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Fetal Circulation

where does blood flow from the placenta umbilical vein
which temporary structure does blood flow to from the umbilical vein ductus venosus
where does the inferior vena cava connect to right atrium
blood flows through the foramen ovale into the... left atrium
blood from the superior vena cava goes to the right atrium and then the right VENTRICLE
from the left ventricle blood flows to the... ascending aorta
the ascending aorta supplies blood to the brain and heart-> sup vena cava and the descending aorta
blood from the right ventricle is transported via the.. pulmonary artery
the pulmonary artery pushes blood to the (x2) ductus arteriosis-> descending aorta and the lungs->left ventricle
after birth, flow through what stops? ductus venosus
the haltof flow throught the ductus venosus causes.. fall in pressure in the R atrium
a fall in pressure in the right atrium causes what the foramen ovale to close
when the foramen ovale closes, what happens? blood flows to the right ventricle, pulmonary artery and then lungs which inflate due to decreased pulmonary resistance
what is released from the lungs that causes the ductus arteriosus to close bradykinin
Created by: KerriPatton