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Transcript of Blood Systems
- What are blood systems
- How does it work?
- White cells
- Blood Pressure
What are blood systems?
Blood system also known as circulatory system is a group of organs that circulates and transports blood around our body.This system can be separated as two parts known as systemic circulation and pulmonary circulation. Systemic circulation serves the whole body except the lungs. Pulmonary system carries blood to and from the lungs.
- http://www.gcsunade.com/2011/02/03/a-bloody-good-cause/ White blood cells
White blood cells also known as leukocytes
protect a person's body from diffrent kinds
of nasty dieseases. Though it is a cell which
can help us get of dieseases, it can't fight
some dangerous dieseases! Dieseases
There are many dieseases that
can get inside our circulatory
- Blood clots in veins
- Varicose veins
- Renal artery dieseases
- heart attack
- blood cancer
- chest pain Blood... Blood is fluid in our body made out blood cells.
Blood is pumped with your heart through your lungs.
Humans need this to live. There are four blood groups :
A, B, AB and O. A person has a average of six litres of
blood in there body. If you lose more than one third
of your blood, you will die! Without it, your organs would
not get any oxygen and nutrients to survive. That is why
people donate blood to other people who have lost some
of there blood in accidents. Platelets are small, irregular cell in your body!
Enjoy this video about the circulatory system! How does this work? Blood cells carry oxygen and nutrients from the heart
throung the lungs around every part of our body. This
includes other cells and tissues which need these things
that they can funtion. How does this work? High blood pressure also known as hypertension is a usual condition in which the force of blood against your artery walls is high enough that it will cause health problems such as heart disease.
There are many ways to reduce blood pressure. For example using a pressure medication which is shown in the picture. It will keep track and reduce blood pressure. Docters often use it to see the blood pressure of there patient. The End