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3d diagram of the human heart which I am using for a KS2 classroom display. Left ventricle and right ventricle contain sealed food bags with paint for pupils to feel and squeeze, representing oxygenated and deoxygenated blood. Really pleased with the result.

diagram of the human heart which I am using for a classroom display. Left ventricle and right ventricle contain sealed food bags with paint for pupils to feel and squeeze, representing oxygenated and deoxygenated blood. Really pleased with the result.

Blood Flow Through the Heart - #nursing #concepts

8 Most Important Nursing Concepts Every Nursing Student Must Master

Cardiology: Basic Physiology Of The Heart And Mechanisms Of Its Actions

Cardiology: Basic Physiology Of The Heart And Mechanisms Of Its Actions

The Cardiovascular System: Anatomy and Physiology from an herbalists perspective

The Cardiovascular System: Anatomy and Physiology from an herbalists perspective. This my absolute favorite diagram I used during nursing school at Jesuit!

heart circulation model with oxygenated and deoxygenated blood

DaVinci was the first man to discover circulation of blood. heart circulation model with oxygenated and deoxygenated blood

CHART CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

Chart cardiovascular system

Heart Pump DIY. With every heartbeat, muscles in your heart contract and squeeze the chambers (or open spaces) within your heart. This squeeze pushes the blood into the chamber and moves it out of your heart and into your arteries. In your balloon heart, the water "blood" gets pushed up and out the straw "artery." Your heart does this an average of 70 times every minute, pushing your blood all the way around your body and back to your heart again!

Heart Pump DIY. With every heartbeat, muscles in your heart contract and squeeze the chambers (or open spaces) within your heart. This squeeze pushes the blood into the chamber and moves it out of your heart and into your arteries. In your balloon heart, the water "blood" gets pushed up and out the straw "artery." Your heart does this an average of 70 times every minute, pushing your blood all the way around your body and back to your heart again!