The cardiovascular system transports the oxygen brought in by the respiratory system to other areas of the body.
Cardiovascular system Nervous system
The circulatory system comprises the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. The cardiovascular system circulates blood, and the lymphatic system circulates lymph.
Mostly the circulatory system (cardiovascular and lymphatic), but indirectly with all the other systems of the body.
The cardiovascular system.
All of the systems in the body relies on the cardiovascular system to feed blood to them. The respiratory system supplies oxygen to the blood which is then given to the rest of the systems.
with your urinary system and your cardiovascular system
The cardiovascular system work together with blood, blood vessels, and the heart.
All organs and the organ-systems need nutrients and oxygen to perform their functions normally. Nutrients and oxygen are transported throughout the body via blood. Supplying oxygenated and nutrient-rich blood to the whole body is what our cardiovascular system is meant for; and that's how it relates to other systems in our body.
Cardiovascular refers to your heart and other blood systems in the body.
The Respiratory and Cardiovascular systems work together to supply oxygen to the cells, to remove Carbon Dioxide, and to regulate the pH of the body fluids.