The Left Ventricle Pumps Blood to the?


Blood is pumped or more accurately, drained into the left ventricle from the left atrium of the heart. The left ventricle then pumps blood out to the body by way of the aortic valve. The blood then leaves the aortic valve to circulate through the body to drop off oxygen to tissues and to pick up carbon dioxide and wastes for a return trip to the heart and then the lungs.
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The left ventricle is the large, muscular chamber of the heart that pumps
The volume of blood going through both chambers has to be the same, if you think about it - it's a closed loop, so what goes through one has to go through the other. Either chamber
To answer your question, the reason the left ventricle pumps more blood per contraction than it did before exercise is because the left ventricle is the chamber of the heart that
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