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phleb bingo

a little of eveything

A moving clot within the vascular system Embolus
how many types of WBC's are there five
valve located between the LT ventricle and the Aorta Aortic valve
chamber that pumps blood to the lungs for reoxygenation RT ventricle
the type of circulation that refers to blood moving from the heart to the body andback to the heart Systemic Circulation
a clotting cell or platelet is called Thrombocyte
The pulmonary vein brings blood -------------- the heart toward
the valve that lies between the RT ventricle and the pulmonary artery pulmonary valve
the blood vessels that distribute oxygenated blood throughout the body arteries
tiny vessels that lie between arterioles and venuoles and allow for gas exchange are called capillaries
the property of cardiac cells that allows them to spontaneously generate their own electrical impulse automaticity
the muscular dividing walll between the ventricles is the interventricular septum
the inner layer of the heart is endocardium
small vessels that attach capillaries to veins venuoles
valve located between the LT atrium and ventricle mitral valve
pulmonary artery carries blood ------ ---------- the heart away from
technical term for the act of phlebotomy (literally puncturing a vein venipuncture
Created by: doylestown3