Describe the flow of blood in the human body, including through each of the four chambers of the heart. Explain how the blood changes as it moves through various locations in the body.
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I cant help much, i know the four chambers, but thats about it. sorry
If we start from Right atrium here it goes
Deoxygenated blood from vena cava is received at right atrium (deoxy)
right atrium pumps blood to right ventricle (deoxy)
right ventricle pumps blood to pulmonary artery (deoxy)
from where it goes to lungs
gets oxygenated and then (oxy)
blood goes into pulmonary vein (oxy)
which comes to heart & passes blood to left atrium (oxy)
left atrium then pumps blood to left ventricle (oxy)
which now pumps the blood out to the aorta (oxy)
and now aorta with oxygenated blood branches in two directions, up- towards the head/brain & the rest of the body
blood as it passes throughout the body, leaves O2 & takes CO2 (deoxy)
so gets deoxygenated
and then all deoxygenated blood is brought back to heart by vena cava
to right atrium (deoxy)
and cycle repeats