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The Heart

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Matt Moran

on 17 April 2014

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Transcript of The Heart

The Circulatory System - Blood Vessels, Heart, and more
Right Atrium
Left Atrium
After the blood has delivered oxygen to the body, it does not have anymore oxygen and must gain some from the lungs again. The right atrium is responsible for taking blood in and holding it until the right ventrical has pumped the blood out.
Right Ventricle
The Right Ventricle owns the responsibility of pumping the oxygen-lacking blood to the lungs to receive oxygen again.
The cycle begins when deoxygenated blood flows through veins and to the lungs to receive oxygen and drop off Carbon dioxide.
Left Ventricle
After emptying out the ventricle, the blood from the Atrium enters the Left Ventricle and is pumped out to the rest of the body to supply it with the oxygen in the blood.
When the blood gains oxygen from the lungs, it comes back to the heart in the Left Atrium, where it waits until the Left ventricle is empty so it can enter it.
This is where oxygenated blood
exits the heart.
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