Watch how the blood flows through the fetal circulation and compare it to what happens in the baby's body. Rishi is a pediatric infectious disease physician and works at Khan Academy. Created by Rishi Desai.
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كريم رجال الصحراء هو منتج طبيعي وكل مكوناته طبيعيه ١٠٠٪ ولا يتسبب أي أثار جانيه امن تماما.
رجال الصحراء هو المنتج الرائد في دول العالم عامة وفي الشرق الأوسط خاصة بسبب لنجاحه مع كل العملاء اللذين استخدموه
كريم رجال الصحراء منتج مرخص من هيئة الغذاء والدواء
نتائج كريم رجال الصحراء
1-يحفز على تكبير القضيب
2-مفيد لي تأخير القذف
3-يساعد على لانتصاب
لا تترددوا وغيروا حياتكم للأفضل...
نحن نرسل المنتج لجميع دول الخليج و دول العالم
the whole time in class I was thinking my professor was talking about the mothers circulation... no wonder I was so confused as to why the two shunts were there! 5 seconds in and I realize my misunderstanding and it all makes sense now... haha!
I am a 3rd year nursing student and I have watched your videos ever since my prerequisites back in community college. I can't tell you just how much your simple, educational, well-explained videos have helped me grasp concepts throughout the years. Thank you so much :)
I dont understand one thing. In the left atrium, we have oxygenated blood. In the right atrium, we have "mixed" blood (or partially oxygenated blood). How can this "mixed" blood go from the right atrium to the left atrium, and we still have oxygenated blood in the left atrium? If its mixed blood that comes in, arent we supposed to have mixed blood in the left atrium too?
Couldn't have understood this better from reading several times and getting frustrated. Thankyou so much for making everything so easy. I don't think I'll ever miss out on the details of circulation as explained in this video.
Oxygenated and non-oxygenated blood do not mix in the right atrium, they are separate streams.
The oxygenated blood which comes from the IVC goes from the right to the left atrium, then from the left ventricle to the aorta, without mixing with blood which comes from the SVC.
This allows arms and head to get oxygenated blood.
They mix only after the ductus arteriosus.
Thank you! That was awesome! The colour coding was fantastic. I just want to know why you didn't mention the Eustachian valve, because my teacher mentioned it and said that it helped direct most of the flow of blood towards the Foramen Ovale instead of towards the RV.
this description is wrong. a baby's lungs are not open while in birth. they are closed off because the fetus is swallowing it's own amniotic fluid. if it's lungs was open then it would drown it's self. the lungs do not open until the baby's first breath after being born. js. I am a respiratory therapist going over this stuff right now in my neonatal class.
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