Module 6 – Written Assignment – A Broken Heart
There are multiple functions of hemoglobin. The aim of this is to focus and discuss several parallel biological functions of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin has a molecular heat transducer through it oxygenation deoxygenation cycle. Hemoglobin has a modulator of erythrocyte metabolism. Hemoglobin oxidation as an onset of erythrocyte senescence. Hemogloblin and its implication in genetic resistance to malaria. The enzymatic activities of hemoglobin and interactions with drugs and hemoglobin as a source of physiological active catabolites. There are different of common type of anemia. Iron deficiency anema. Iron deficiency anemia is caused by a shortage of the element iron in our body. Our bone marrow needs iron to make hemoglobin. Without adequate iron, our body can’t produce enough hemoglobin. This type of anemia is often caused by blood loss, such as from heavy menstrual bleeding, and ulcer, cancer, a poly somewhere in our digestive system, and prolonged use of aspirin or drugs known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammator drugs (NSAIDs). The blood is circulated through our body, which has lost its oxygen and then it collects carbon dioxide and enters through the vena cava into the right atrium of the heart. The right ventricle then pumps blood through the pulmonary artery into the lungs. In the lungs, tiny blood vessels called capillaries absorb carbon dioxide from the blood and replace it with oxygen. Our oxygenated blood then flows through the pulmonary vein and into the left atrium. Oxygenated blood then pumps through the mitral valve and into the left ventricle. The left side of our heart contracts the strongest to send blood out the left ventricle and through the aortic arch on its way to all parts of our body. Our blood will then move through the arteries, then through capillaries, and then return through our veins. Deoxygenated blood will then return to the heart. The valves of our heart are located...
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