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|Anatomía normal y función del corazón - Medical Animation
|MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: |
El corazón es un órgano muscular encargado de bombear sangre que contiene el oxígeno y los nutrientes que su cuerpo necesita. Las secciones de bombeo del corazón son la aurícula derecha, el ventrículo derecho, la aurícula izquierda y el ventrículo izquierdo. En el corazón, la sangre desoxigenada, con bajo contenido de oxígeno, fluye desde las distintas partes del cuerpo a través de venas grandes hasta la aurícula derecha. Luego la sangre se dirige hacia el ventrículo izquierdo que se contra y envía sangre del corazón para capturar el oxígeno de los pulmones. La sangre oxigenada, con alto contenido de oxígeno, sale de los pulmones a la aurícula izquierda para luego pasar al ventrículo izquierdo. Finalmente, el ventrículo izquierdo se contrae y envía sangre oxigenada desde el corazón hacia todo el cuerpo.
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