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med. term 2

pulmonary circulation circulation of blood through heart and lungs.
systemic circulation circulation of blood through rest of body
pulmonary arteries carries blood through heart and lungs
pulmonary veins carries newly oxygenated blood from lungs to heart
sinoatrial nodes muscle tissue in the wall of the right atrium of the heart
atrioventricular nodes controls the heart rate
bundle of his large fibers that are apart of the conductive system
arteries blood vessels that transport blood away from the heart
aorta receives blood from the left ventricle
carotid arteries arteries on both sides of the neck that leads to the brain
arterioles small branches of an artery leading into cappilaries
veins vessels that carry blood to the heart
venules vessels that carry blood from capillaries to veins
capillaries small blood vessels that connect arterioles and venules
pulse pressure felt against the arteries wall when muscles contract
blood pressure pressure of blood in circulatory system
systolic pressure maximum pressure when ventricles are contracting
biastolic pressure pressure when ventricles are relaxed
Created by: Mckenzie.wilson