What happens when all tha blood goes to the veins?


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2015-05-15 20:14:25
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Blood is always going through the veins. The blood vessels are always containing blood all the time. If this wasn't the case, the areas without blood in the veins would produce dead tissue.

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Blood from all parts of the body except the lungs goes to the vena cava. Blood vessels that carry blood towards the heart are veins.

Your veins are running all throughout your body with blood running through them. And all the veins are connected the the heart.

The blood flows through your body, this happens by the heart pumping the blood into the veins and the veins lead the all around your body. When the veins have done there job the artieries carry the blood back through the body and back to the heart. It is like a circle through the veins the through the artieries and to the heart. And lets put it this way : if it didnt youd be dead.

after the blood goes into the pullmonary veins the the left atrium then the left ventricle then the process starts all over again ;)

The pulmonary veins are the only veins in the body that carry oxygenated blood. Like all veins the blood in the pulmonary veins travel toward the heart.

veins are blood vessel carrying blood toward the heart; postnatally, all veins except the pulmonary carry dark unoxygenated blood.

Blood vessels are of two types - Veins and Arteries. Arteries carry blood away from the heart. Veins carry blood back to the heart. All animals have veins and arteries.

The blood goes to all of the body parts.

veins, arteries and capillaries are all called blood vessels or blood streams.

no they dont have veins Yes, fish have veins. Fish have blood an veins are the necessary ways for all living beings to have their blood circulated throughout their body.

Technically, yes, all arteries and veins contain oxygen, since blood is in your arteries and veins, and blood has oxygen.

All veins carry blood to the heart, but the difference between the pulmonary vein and all others is that the pulmonary transports oxygenated blood to the heart. De-oxygenated blood flows through the other veins.

All of them. Veins carry blood from the body to the heart, arteries carry blood from the heart to the body.

Your heart pumps blood into your veins, which go all threw your body. If the blood stops moving you die.

Yes, the pulmonary veins carry oxygenated blood from the lungs to the heart. All other veins carry deoxygenated blood.

all veins except for the pulmonary veins are low in oxygen

Nope, some veins carry unoxygenated blood back to your heart.

all the sugar go through your veins and from your veins to the blood and the blood to the heart

No. All veins are carry de-oxygenated blood. Veins carry de-oxygenated blood to the heart so that the heart in turn can pump that de-oxygenated blood to the lungs where they will become oxygenated.

In all cases except one, veins carry deoxygenated blood. The exception is the pulmonary veins which carry oxygenated blood to the heart from the lungs. Veins ALWAYS carry blood to the heart.

No, only in the systemic (body) circuit. The pulmonary veins carry oxygenated blood.All veins carry blood to the heart. The pulmonary vein carries oxygen rich blood to the heart from the lungs.

the same thing all veins do, it returns blood to the heart and circulation , arteries take blood to the body

Right auricle which receives deoxygenated blood from all parts of the body from veins.

The blood in our heart is carried to all parts of our body. The heart pumps the blood, and the blood is carried by veins. The veins are all over our body. They have a system; out to our body, and back to the heart.

They bring the already-circulated blood back to the heart. The pulmonary veins bring blood from the lungs to the heart, and all the other veins bring the blood from the rest of the body.

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