Fluids in motion & the system they follow.
January 19, 2007 7:53am CST
In human anatomy one of the most vital organ is the heart which is primarily responsible for the circulation of the blood. Delivered to and from different parts of body system, the blood are the fluids in motion carrying all the nutrients and gases particularly the oxygen needed by other vital parts like the brain to survive. The brain of the newborn baby for instance, needs that oxygen present in the blood from the heart after oxygenation of it via the pulmonary system. The very reason why obstetricians see to it that babies do cry upon birth to oxygenate the blood going to the brain... Please feel free to add your responses to this discussion.