Impulses are sent out from the Central Nervous System (CNS), specifically the brainstem, that controls the involuntary functions of the body;
Although the main control of the body’s primary functions lies in the CNS the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) plays a role as well in times of stress and relaxation
The Respiratory Block
The respiratory system plays a role in perfusion by providing the means for the body to gain oxygen and expel carbon dioxide
The heart is one of the main components of the cardiovascular system. It is the pump that moves blood through the two circulatory systems of the body;
The Circulatory System is the transport system of the body that moves blood and plasma throughout the body delivering oxygen and nutrients to the cells and removing carbon dioxide and waste products for excretion
The fluid or blood that the cardiovascular system circulates brings oxygen and nutrients to the cells and removes carbon dioxide and waste. The blood is made of various components
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