Do you ever wonder how the blood circulates through your heart? Learn about the blood cycle through our heart with the help of these printable heart diagrams. These free and printable blood flow through the heart diagram are available with the labels that show you the parts of the heart that contribute to the blood flow process. The diagram below summarizes the flow of blood through the heart, including all arteries, veins, and valves that are passed along the way.
You can notice in the blood flow through the heart diagram above that the human heart is connected with blood vessels that pump blood from and to our body. Beginning with the superior and inferior vena cavae and the coronary sinus, the diagram below shows the flowchart that summarizes the flow of blood through the heart, including all arteries, veins, and valves. The blood is pumped into the blood vessels through the heart. Study the following diagrams below.
The heart is divided into two chambers, left and right, the right atrium and ventricle lie on the right side and the left atrium and ventricle on the left side. These two chambers are not directly connected to each other. The heart pumps pure blood to different parts of the body and then takes the deoxygenated blood from all the parts to the lungs for oxygenation. Check the parts with the labels to understand more about the functions.
The blood first enters the right atrium of the heart and then flows into the right ventricle. The tricuspid valve present between the right atrium and right ventricle controls this flow. For better illustration, look at the diagram below. The diagrams above are for educational review or quiz on blood flow lesson. Print these blood flow through the heart diagrams and make sure to browse more of our diagram collection in our site!