anatomy 16 - CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Need to know exact parts...

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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM - Need to know exact parts of the heart and what they do, the vessels, heart circuitry, valves (when theyre open when theyre closed) - Deoxygenated blood comes into right atrium (coming from all parts of the body, including the heart wall- heart has its own separate circulatory system). From the right atrium it goes to the right ventricle- which pushes it to the lungs via pulmonary arteries. When it gets to the lungs it gives off CO2 that you exhale and takes on a new load of oxygen that you inhale, newly oxygenated blood comes out of lungs through pulmonary veins. Enters left atrium, then goes to left ventricle, left ventricle pumps it to all parts of the body by way of the aorta - 22.2 exact location of the heart o More of the heart on your left side of the body than there is on your right side Left lung is a little smaller than the right Cardiac notch in the left lung to allow for that additional part of the heart that’s on the left side of the body o Lungs sit right above the diaphragm, and the heart is attached to the posterior side of the diaphragm o Posterior of the heart is the vertebral column, and on each side of the vertebral column is a portion of each lung - 22.3 structure of the heart wall o endothelium Lumen of the entire cardiovascular system (and also lymphatic system) is
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course BS 240 taught by Professor Zink during the Spring '09 term at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.

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anatomy 16 - CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Need to know exact parts...

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