The Structure Of The Human Heart

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  • Created on: 13-12-12 14:49

The Human Heart had two separate Pumps within it.

The Left Side of the Heart deals with Oxygenated Blood.

The Right Side of the Heart deals with De Oxygenated Blood.

It is essential to keep the Oxygenated Blood on the Left  seperated from the DeOxygenated blood on the the right.

This is because the Right Ventricle only has to pump blood a short distance to the lungs. Its has thinner muscular walls.

  Where as the Left Ventricle has much thincker muscular walls as it needs to  more pressure to pump blood to all parts of the body.

Atrium: Is thin walled and elastic. It stretches as it collects blood.Only has to pump blood a


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