cool circaulortoty

By Brendan!

Introduction

The circulatory system heart veins. Keeps you alive by caring oxygen and getting rid of carbon dioxide but the circulatory system has more come with me and I,ll explain the miracle of the circulatory system.

Why it's important

The veins act as wires and direct blood to parts of the body. The heart converts oxygen into blood to send to the veins. The blood cells act as delivery truck that carries oxygen to the heart and help get rid of carbon dioxed.

Keeping the system Healthy

  • Go to the doctor daily and get a blood check

  • Make sure there are no blockages in the blood stream

  • Make sure your blood is flowing at a normal rate

  • Make sure your brain has enough blood

  • Make sure no veins are disconnected

  • Be careful about how much blood you lose


comon disease

  • Coronary artery disease
  • Stroke
  • Hypertension
  • Heart failure
  • Aortic dissection and aneurysm
  • Myocarditis and pericarditis
  • Atherosclerosis arteriosclerosis and arteriolosclerosis
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Exploring the Heart - The Circulatory System!

Fun Facts

  • The heart is a muscle

  • Your heart is about the size of your fist

  • Blood provides your body with oxygen and nutrients

  • The circulatory system is a vast networks of organs

  • The circulatory system is the main transportation and cooling system of the body

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G forces

There are three main types of G forces that affect the circulatory system Gx chest to back Gy side to side and Gz the most dangerous head to feet. You're probably wondering how does this connect to the circulatory system well if you go upside down feel the blood rushing to your head Gz forces. Now think of this example a fighter pilot does a lot of twist and turns so a lot of G forces act on him and when the brain is not getting enough blood he will most likely go unconscious, and that's kinda hard when you're trying to fly a plane!


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Brendan.L

My name is Brendan and I like football and I'm in the fourth grade.

Refrence page

  • google
  • live science
  • Global classroom
  • Kidrex
  • The heart