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Heart Chambers

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How many chambers does the heart have? 4
What is the heart's upper chambers called? Atria or Atrium (singular); located on the right and left side of the heart.
What is the heart's lower chambers called? Ventricles; located on the right and of the heart.
What is the function of the Atrium/Atria? There are the hearts holding tanks. They receive blood which comes in the heart.
What is the function of the Ventricles? They pump blood out of the heart.
What is the most muscular heart chamber? The left
What is the left ventricle responsible for? Distributing oxygen rich blood throughout the body.
What is the Coronary Sinus Vein? A large vein that drains blood from the walls of the heart.
Where does the Coronary Sinus Vein empty into? Right Atrium/Atria
Created by: gbrown81367