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Circulatory System

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Angelica Medina

on 11 September 2015

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CIRCULATORY
SYSTEM
Right Side
-receive oxygen-poor blood
-pump to lungs for 02
-blood vessels pulmonary circuit
Left Side
-receive oxygen- rich blood
-from lungs to heart to rest of the body
-blood vessels= systemic circuit
Atriums: receive blood
Ventricles: carry blood away
Right Atrium Vessels
-Superior Vena Cava: returns blood above diaphragm
-Inferior Vena Caca: returns blood below diaphragm
-Coronary Sinus: Collect blood from myocardium
Left Ventricle Vessels
-aorta ( largest artery)
Left Atrium Vessels
- 4 pulmonary veins
Right Ventricle
-pulmonary trunk: toward lungs
Blood Vessels
-Arteries: transfer heart from blood to limbs

-Veins: carry blood from limbs to heart

-Capillaries: hairlike vessels that carry blood all over the skin
Blood
-Red Blood Cells: transporting cell for O2
and Co2
-White Blood Cells: produce antibodies
-Platelets: cell fragments; prevent
bleeding
Individual Components
Transport Substance
-Plasma: liquid portion of proteins and
salt
By: Joanne Tran
Angelica Medina

Skeletal System
Muscular System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Bone Marrow produces blood cells
Allows heart (muscular organ) to pump blood
CO2 in blood goes to lungs then picks up O2 and back to body's blood stream
Breaks down food and nutrients; nutrients are then sent into bloodstream
Coronary Artery Disease
Aneurysm
Normal aorta
Abdominal aortic aneurysm
Angina Pectoris
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