The Cardiovascular System Of The Body System

1031 WordsMar 13, 20175 Pages
The cardiovascular system is one of the major body systems. The cardiovascular system is a transportation device that transports waste products,oxygen,nutrients,carbon dioxide, and hormones throughout the body through the blood. The cardiovascular system is made up of the heart, arteries, veins, capillaries (also known as blood vessels and blood. The heart is a hollow fist sized organ that is made up of muscle.It contains 4 chambers that all involuntarily contract to pump blood throughout the body. The four chambers are then separated into two sides (right side and left side). Both sides contain an atria and ventricle which pumps the blood out of the heart. Both sides also stop the black flow of blood. The heart also contains 3 layers.…show more content…
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