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the circulatory and respiratory system

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by tatiyanna jones on 11 June 2013

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Transcript of the circulatory and respiratory system

The Relationship Between the Circulatory and the Respiratory System Circulatory System: The system of organs and tissues including the heart , blood, blood vessels , lymph, lymphatic vessels and lymph glands involved in circulating blood and lymph through the body Respiratory System: The system by which oxygen is taken into the body and a exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place. In mammals the system include the nasal passages, pharynx, trachea, bronchi, and the lungs The Relationship The relationship between the circulatory system and the respiratory system is that the circulatory system deals with your heart and your body itself. Then the respiratory system has more to do with your immune system and the chess area . Some infections of the respiratory system is a common cold, pneumonia, bronchitis , sinusitis , and the flu. The infections of the circulatory system or diseases are bacteremia, septicemia, lymphadentitis, lymphadenopathy, and lymphangitis. A difference between the two is that the respiratory system has less infections
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