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vessels that carry blood from right ventricle to the lungs
valve found between the right atrium and right ventricle
rupture of RBCs
most inferior portion of the heart; the tip
valve that keeps blood flowing back into the left ventricle
vessels that carry blood from the lungs to the left atrium
erythrocyte production
lubricates the membranes and allows the heart to beat with minimal friction
hormone that initiates the production of RBC
Another name for RBC
production of blood
inner layer of the pericardium
EKG wave associated with repolarization of ventricles
oxygen deficiency in the blood
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tissues that produce blood cells
contraction of a blood vessel after an injury or a cut
the study of blood
resistance of a fluid to flow
when the charges in the heart and surrounding tissues approach the same number
clear fluid that constitutes over half of blood volume
pain in chest due to lack of oxygen
the expansion and contraction of the arteries
low oxygen levels in tissue
vein that brings blood back to the heart
amount of blood that passes through the heart during a cardiac cycle
irregular heartbeat
tubes taking blood from the heart to all parts of the body
largest artery in the body

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