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Cardiovascular System, Module 10 (Comprehensive Medical Terminology)

Betty Jones

Cardiovascular System, Module 10 (Comprehensive Medical Terminology)

by Betty Jones

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Published by Delmar Thomson Learning .
Written in English


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ISBN 100766827232
ISBN 109780766827233

Anatomy & Physiology online course This qualification will develop your knowledge and understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the body. Module 8 The Cardiovascular System Module 9 The Lymphatic System Module 10 The Digestive System We also recommend you purchase a text book to support your learning, a recommended reading list is. Cardiovascular system The cardiovascular system is, in the simplest form, a system that consists of a pump, pipes, and a fluid system. The system is a closed circuit, which is elastic, thereby allowing movement and stresses to occur without damaging it. The pump in this system, or the heart, simply allows the blood to flow in.

Learn Engineering Health: Introduction to Yoga and Physiology from New York University Tandon School of Engineering. This course gives you access to an exploration of physiological systems from the perspective of overall health and wellness. In /5(16). The central organ of the cardiovascular system is the heart. This is a hollow, muscular organ that contracts at regular intervals, forcing blood through the circulatory system. 2. The heart is cone-shaped, about the size of a fist, and is located in the centre of the thorax, between the lungs.

Study Understanding Pathophysiology discussion and chapter questions and find Understanding Pathophysiology study guide questions and answers. Understanding Pathophysiology, Author: Sue E. Huether RN PhD/Kathryn L. McCance RN PhD - StudyBlue. The circulatory system is made up the heart, blood vessels, and blood. Circulation, or transport, is a vital function. Life cannot go on without it. Blood vessels are found in almost every part of the body. If laid end to end, your blood vessels would stretch out to about , km! (About 4 times the distance.


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The lymphatic system is a component of the immune system and works closely with the cardiovascular system. The lymphatic system is a vascular network of tubules and ducts that collect, filter, and return lymph to blood circulation.

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