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Heart Flow

How blood flows through heart and related terms

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Blood returning to the heart from the lungs enters which chamber? Left Atrium
When the left ventricle contracts, freshly oxygenated blood flows through the ______ valve into the ________. Aortic: aorta
The tricuspid valve is located between the: Right Atria and Right Ventricle
Which of the following is the major artery leaving the heart that takes oxygenated blood to body tissues? Aorta
blood flows from the left atrium through the ______ valve into the left ventricle. Mitral or Bicuspid
The pulmonary circulation carries blood between which two organs? Heart and Lungs
Blood returning to the heart from the various tissues of the body enters which chamber? Right Atrium
Blood flows from the right atrium through the _______ valve into the right ventricle. Tricuspid
Which structures return blood to the heart? Veins
The left atrium receives blood from the ________. Pulmonary Veins
The right ventricle expels blood through the ______ valve into the pulmonary truck. Pulmonic
Blood leaves the left ventricle through the _____ valve to the aorta and its branches and is distributed throughout the body. Aortic
Where does blood go immediately after it leaves the left atrium? Left ventricle
The heart is divided into _____ chambers but functions as a _______-sided pump. 4;2
The pulmonary vein returns oxygen-rich blood to the: Left atrium
The superior vena cava carries: Oxygen-poor blood to the right atrium
Which muscle contracts to push blood through the circulatory system? Heart
Which side of the heart is a low-pressure system that pumps venous blood to the lungs? Right Side
One-way valves are found in which blood vessels? Veins
The right side of the heart: Deasl with oxygen-poor blood
When the left ventricle contracts, it pushes blood through a valve to the: Aorta
Which side of the heart is a high-pressure system that pumps arterial blood to the systemic circulation? Left side
The inferior surface of the heart is formed by the : Right and left ventricles
Created by: Ckey290
 

 



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