Learning about the heart does not complete without understanding how blood flows through the heart. Learn about how the blood flows through our heart with the help of these printable heart diagrams. These free and printable Heart Blood Flow Diagrams are available with and without labels. We have both the labeled and unlabeled diagrams of blood flow through the heart all provided in the following images below.
You can look at the Heart Blood Flow Diagram above that the heart is the organ that pumps and transport blood from and to our body. The blood is pumped into the blood vessels through the heart. The blue arrows represent un-oxygenated blood flowing into the heart and the red arrows represent oxygenated blood flowing out of the heart to the organs and brain. 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 heart diagram below.
Study the labels and how each part in the organ plays its role in the blood flow. The diagram below summarizes the flow of blood through the heart, including all arteries, veins, and valves that are passed along the way. The following diagrams are without the labels that you can use to test your knowledge.
All of the provided diagrams above are for educational review or quiz on blood flow lesson. Print our blood flow through the heart diagrams to help you study more about the function of the heart! Get started in your class today!
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