Blood will circulate in the human body from the heart to all parts of the body. In the process of blood circulation that occurs in the human body, there are several blood circulation tools that are involved in the blood circulation process, as well as the digestive process. Every time there is a digestive process in the human body, there are several human digestive organs that interfere in the process. What are the tools that help the process of blood circulation and also the digestive process in humans? All will be discussed in the following review.
blood circulation device
The blood that flows in every living human body takes place from the heart to all members of the body. As in the explanation above that in the process of blood circulation involves other blood circulation tools besides the heart. The blood in the body is very helpful in the healing process of wounds which is commonly known as blood clotting. Blood circulation device The human body consists of the heart and blood vessels.
The heart is the center of blood circulation activities that take place in the body of living things. The heart functions as a blood pumping device. Bigger than the heart is about a fist. The heart weight of an adult is up to three hundred grams. The human heart is divided into four chambers, namely the ventricles and the foyer. Each consists of two parts, namely the right and the left.
The other means of blood circulation are blood vessels. Blood vessels function as a tool to arrange circulation, this is because the blood in the body flows from the heart to all parts of the body. These blood vessels have a very long size. Most of the blood vessels are composed of fine capillaries.
The human digestive system and its functions
I’ve talked about human digestion many times. This time I will discuss about the human digestive system and its functions. These tools include:
- Mouth: as a tool to enter food to be entered into the body
- Throat: as a tool to deliver food that has been processed in the mouth to the esophagus
- Esophagus: as a tool to deliver food into the stomach
- Stomach: as a tool for further processing food sent from the esophagus
- Small intestine: as a tool to distribute nutrients obtained from digestion throughout the body
- Large intestine: transports undigested food waste to the pancreas
- Pancreas: to accommodate food waste or waste before being removed from the body
- Anus: as a channel to remove food waste or waste from the body