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cardio sys and loca

a and p cardio #1

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length 14 cm
width 9 cm
the pulmonary artery carries blood that is deoxygenated
sytemic circuit is oxygenated
The pulmonary veins are an exception for veins, since they come from the lung area: pick, and it returns oxygenated blood back to the systemic circuit
2 structures that bring de-oxygenated blood back to the heart, inferior and superior vena cava
2 structures that bring blood away from heart--systemic circuit ascending aorta, and descending aorta from the aortic trunk
another name for descending aorta abdominal aorta
Location of vena cavas--2 main structures that bring blood to the heart superior: above heart and inferior: below heart
2 main structures that bring blood away from the heart ascending aorta and descending aorta: also called abdominal aorta
pulminary artery: O2 or no o2 no o2
pulmonary vein: o2 or no o2 o2
aorta: o2 or no o2 o2
veina cava right atrium: deoxynated blood returns
aorta left ventricle, blood leaves heart: brings o2 blood to the rest of the body
pulmonary vein blood enters the left atrium, blood returns oxygenated
pulmonary artery Blood is leaving the Right Ventricle: also called pulmonary trunk empties to R and L pulmonary arteries: no oxygen: blood leaves heart to lungs
both vena cavas feed into the right atrium
aorta left ventricle: blood leaves this area
2 structures that bring oxygenated blood from the lungs to the heart: left atrium right and left pulmonary veins: to left atrium
Created by: stags