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    Chapter # 5 Chapter # 5 Presentation Transcript

    • Cardiovascular SystemChapter # 5 By: Precious Blanton
    • IntroductionDuring my presentation in which I will teach you how your heart and cardiovascular system work when healthy.
    • The three main parts of the Cardiovascular (Circulatory ) System.
      The Heart
      The Blood Vessels
      Blood
    • Larry M. Frolich, Ph.D.,Human Anatomy
      These are Heart Layers
      • Endocardium ( Inner layer)
      • Myocardium (muscular layer)
      • Pericardium (outer layer)
    • The Heart Chambers
      The Atria –there are two upper chambers
      The Ventricles - there are two (lower chambers
      These chambers are divided into right and left sides by the walls calls the interiatrial and interventricular septum.
    • Larry M. Frolich, Ph.D.,Human Anatomy
      Heart Chambers and Valves
    • Larry M. Frolich, Ph.D.,Human Anatomy
      Blood flow Through the Heart
      Aorta, diastole, interior vena cava, pulmonary artery,
    • Conduction System Of the Heart
    • Types of Bloods vessels
      There are three types
      Arteries- is the largest artery
      Vein s– carry blood away from the heart, veins contain valves. The Vena Cava is the largest Vein
      Capillaries – is known as the distribution pipes
    • A Example of Blood Vessels
    • Pulse and Blood PressureBlood pressure is the force that the blood exerts on the arterial walls. Your blood pressure is measured by a device call the Sphygmomanometer.
    • Conclusion
      I hope you enjoyed my presentation. Also, I hope you remember how important the Cardiovascular System It is responsible for providing each cell of the body with the oxygen and nutrients it needs, while removing waste products.