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    within the body. 1.4.1 Mock Circulatory loops (MCL) In order to install a Medical Device inside a human body, it has to go through various testing methods to validate its purpose and design and to avoid further complications…

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    The Trachea Skeletal System-The Skeletal system provides support for our body also for our muscles , it also allows us to move from one place to another. The skeletal system connects with the muscles and they work together to move the skeleton .The major organs that the skeletal system has are the ribs, and the skull.The ribs protect inner organs and The skull protects the brain. Digestive System-The digestive system turns food we eat into energy . It starts even before…

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    Fetal Circulatory Routes Fetal circulation is the circulatory system of a fetus. This is also connected to the mother’s circulatory system. The mother’s body will do all the work that baby’s lungs will do once it is born. This circulation includes the umbilical cord and the blood vessels that are within the mother’s placenta. This carries the fetal blood. When the blood travels through the placenta it will pick up oxygen and become red. The blood will first go through the placenta, by then…

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    All living has a system that is indubitably crucial in order to function body properly and sustain a healthy body. It is ineffable in a way that our body performs numerous biological process at the same time such as respiration, digestion, metabolism and invading infectious microorganism. The assemblage of these different body systems facilitates the process to work together and create a state of balance in our body.…

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    Biology IA Research Question How does consistent running up and down on the stairs at differing intensities affect the heart rate in Year 10 students? Introduction The main role of the circulatory system is the delivery of oxygen and nutrients and the removal of carbon dioxide and wastes. The circulatory system consists of the heart and the network of arteries, veins and capillaries. Carbon dioxide present in the body is carried by blood to the lungs for exhalation and oxygen is then picked…

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    Introduction: The heart is part of the circulatory system which pumps blood and supplies oxygen throughout our body(Jacobs). Pumped through a network of arteries and veins, blood is a very important part of our body. Without blood, we could not live. This is because it keeps us warm, fights off infections, and helps get rid of waste(Durani). Blood also transports oxygen and hormones throughout our body. Our circulatory system is made up of the heart and blood vessels. They also include…

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    attack rates, What are the major areas of the heart that a heart attack can occur? The major areas of the hearts are all of the areas of the heart. What are the areas of the circ system and the heart? Aorta, Pulmonary, artery superior, vena cava, left and right atrium, right and left ventricle are the areas of the circ system and heart. What is the common age for a heart attack? The common age for a heart attack for men is 45+ and women who are 55+. What are the stages of a heart attack? The…

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    part of the body to the right atrium. The posterior vena cava is part of the circulatory system. Heart: The heart is a thick muscle located near the center of the chest between the lungs. It looks like a quenched fist, pinkish in color and is surrounded by the pericardium. Its function is to pump oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body and supply them with blood. The heart is part of the circulatory system. Pericardium: The pericardium protects the heart from infections and…

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    Heart is a muscular organ located in the thoracic cavity; it is responsible for pumping the blood to rest of the body through the circulatory system.1 It is composed of four chambers: left & right atrium and ventricle, these two chambers are separated by valves(atrioventricular), whereas the left and right side of heart is separated by interventricular septum.1 Walls of heart are composed of cardiac myocytes, these cells contain myofilaments, each unit is composed of contractile protein called…

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    1. Explain the relationship between the skeletal and muscular systems. The relationship between the skeletal and muscular systems is that the muscular is responsible for the movement of the human body. Which is attached to the bones of the skeletal system. The skeletal performs vital functions like support, protection, and movement. 2. Why is the circulatory system important? The circulatory system is important because it transports blood and other materials throughout the body. Without the body…

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