How our heart pumps blood
Asked by sakshimishra2046.bmps | 3rd May, 2020, 10:57: AM
The right side of your heart gets blood from our body and pumps it into our lungs. Oxygen-poor blood flows in through the large veins to the right atrium. Then the blood moves into the right ventricle, which contracts and sends blood out of our heart to pick up oxygen from our lungs.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 3rd May, 2020, 07:59: PM
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