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Blood Heart And Circulation
All deoxygenated blood returning to the heart from the systemic circulation first flows into the:?
The short and sweet: Blood gets oxy in lungs then thru pulmonary viens goes to left atrium- thru mitral valve to left ventricle- out of heart to rest of body thru the aortic valve. Blood travels to the tissues where oxygen is picked up and used . The deoxygenated blood then goes back to rt side of heart to rt atrium then across tricuspid valve to rt ventricle and thru pulmonary artery to lungs to get oxy. ...Read more
Where does deoxygenated blood first flow to after returning to the heart from the systemic circulation?
Right atrium: The first chamber it gets to is the right atrium. ...Read more
How to increase blood circulation in heart any good foods are any particular exercise ? My relative had ECG and they told its like ischemia
At this point no: If your relative is having chest pains and an abnormal ekg suggestive of a blocked artery, the only way to improve blood flow is to open up the blocked artery either with a stent or surgery. Doing strenuous exercise if he has a blocked artery can be dangerous and can lead to a heart attack. It is never too late to start eating healthy by avoiding fatty foods and simple sugars. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to have poor blood circulation even if you have a normal heart rate and blood pressure?
Is it possible for me to have poor blood circulation if I have a normal heart rate and blood pressure?
If I have normal heart/pulse rate and normal blood pressure, is it still possible for me to have poor blood circulation?
Have a knot on one of my veins in my arm from sleeping on it months ago. My arm loses blood circulation quick whenever I'm sitting to long. I'm curious about this knot that has been here for months, my heart hurts sometimes from this . ?
I have chest pain around heart. Behind the heart . That is back pain. My neck is very hard. I feel slow blood circulation to brain. My left is week?
I went to sleep on my arm for hours & when I woke up my arm was in pain with a knot on my upper bicep. My arm blood circulation is messing with heart & I keep losing circulation in my finger.
What question: Need a question to help. Hope you are well. ...Read more
I have a heart murmer, edema which is getting worse, high blood pressure, had rapid weight gain, poor circulation, eyesight deteriorating rapidly. Help!
Heart and bp problem: You need to see a cardiologist as quickly as possible to see if your heart is the problem causing you to gain edema fluid causing your weight gain and to control your high bp. Also see an ophthalmologist to see if you have a diseased retina or glaucoma. From your description you appear to quite ill and are getting worse quickly. Get some help quickly at their offices, or go to an er asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many finite loops: Left ventricle --> ascending aorta -> descending aorta --> renal artery --> segmental -> lobar a/interlobar a -->arcuate a-->interlobular a->afferent arteriole --> efferent arteriole-->interlobular, arcuate, interlobar veins-> renal vein-> inferior vena cava --> right atrium -> right ventricle -> pulm artery (branches) -> pulm veins -> left atrium -> left ventricle. ...Read more
Coronary: Mean there is a problem with the coronary circulation to the heart causing lack of o2 and ischemia to the area where the coronary supply blood. Common cause is a blockage by a plaque. Diagnosis will be stress test. Recreating the lack of supply by exercise in a control monitored manner. ...Read more
No, but. . .: Raynaud's phenomenon (constriction of blood vessels to the fingers and toes, when exposed to triggers like cold weather) should not affect the heart circulation. However, other diseases that cause raynaud's (such as autoimmune disorders, hormonal imbalances, artery inflammation, drug effects, etc...) and the drugs for those diseases, or drugs for raynaud's symptoms, may affect heart circulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Quite common: Collateral circulation is quite common in people who have progressive development of coronary artery narrowing. Several examples of collateral circulation are normal consequences of the native coronary circulation. ...Read more
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Well, sort of!: Though it is possible for someone to have both diagnoses at the same time, poor cardiac function can certainly aggravate the seriousness of poor circulation in someone who also has raynaud's, since this is a localized blood flow problem with the digits. ...Read more
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