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    Roberts Progect Roberts Progect Presentation Transcript

    • The Human Heart The Pumping Machine
    • Introduction
      • The Heart is the longest working muscle when you sleep the heart continues the .Heart is none stop action. With the heart in action the body keeps working.
      • The heart is near the lungs and in the ribs.
    • The valves of the Heart
      • The pulmonary Vein is were deoxygenated blood enters the body.
      • The heart the heart sends it to the Right atrium then to the right ventricle.
      • Then it goes to the lungs then to the lungs then they head back to the heart were they enter through to the pulmonary artery.
      • The heart then goes through the left atrium.
      • Then to the left ventricle.
      • The to the whole body .
    • The Anatomy of the Heart
      • The Heart has been made up of muscles.
      • Most of the Heart weighs 8 -15 ounces.
      • The heart can pump about 2000 gallons of blood a day.
      • The heart beats 100000 times a day.
      • The whole Heart can work all day never resting. The whole system of the heart is to get the oxygen to the red blood cells white blood cells and platelets.
    • Diseases
      • Also called cardiac failure heart failure is when the heart it cant pump enough blood.
      • The heart cant get the blood to the heart.
    • Conclusion
      • The heart has the ultimate power.
      • The heart can work with all blood types.
      • Thank you for reading this
    • references
      • Wikipedia.com
      • Howstuffworks.com
      • http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/heartfailure.html