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Pulmonary Circulate


What is the function of Pulmonary Circulation? to get O2 and release CO2
Where does Pulmonary Circulation take place? from Lungs to Heart
What are the 3 structural parts of Pulmonary Circulation? 1. Pulmonary Artery and Branches; 2. Capillary network surround Alveoli; 3. Pulmonary Veins
What is the functio of the Pulmonary Artery and Branches? sends DEOXYGENATED blood from RIGHT Ventricle to both Lungs
What is the function of the Capillary network that surround the Alveoli? pick up O2, release CO2
How many Pulmonary Veins are there? 4 - 2 from each Lung
What is the function of the Pulmonary Veins? return OXYGENATED blood to LEFT Atrium
What is the route blood takes in Pulmonary Circulation? R Atrium --> R AV Tricuspid --> R Ventricle --> Pulm. SL Valve --> Pulm. Artery --> Lungs -->Alveoli and Capillary network --> Pulmonary Veins --> L Atrium --> L AV Bicuspid --> L Ventricle
Created by: kristel387