Circulatory System Basics

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The Circulatory System

The circulatory system includes the organs and tissues involved in circulating blood and lymph through the body, and it plays an important role in delivering nutrients to our cells and removing waste products. The Circulatory System Web Guide gives you a selection of the best sites on the circulatory system, divided by complexity level.

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Circulatory System Basics

Perhaps you’ve started a new exercise regimen and want to know why you’re getting so exhausted after a certain point. Maybe your doctor just prescribed an electrocardiogram and you’re wondering what that means. The sites recommended below introduce circulatory system basics.

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  • Reading about a system can give you a good understanding of the topic, but you should never use the information you obtain to self-diagnose a problem. Always seek treatment from a medical professional.

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The Circulatory System for Kids

If you’re a teacher looking for ways to make learning about the human body fun and interesting or a parent who wants your kids to learn something while they’re playing on the computer, these sites on the circulatory system for kids can help make learning fun.

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  • Due to the fact that this is such a complex topic for kids, most sites choose to focus on one aspect of the system. Look at multiple sites in order to get a broad and more comprehensive perspective.

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Advanced Circulatory System Resources

If you’re a professor looking for images to supplement your lectures, a researcher looking for clarification on a specific concept or a medical student preparing for an exam, these advanced circulatory system resources provide the valuable information you need.

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