William Harvey- Circulation of Blood
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Today we will be visiting William Harvey in the 16th century who is on the journey to publishing on circulation of blood. You Are There!!!
Fabricius, my teacher discovered valves in veins. from the skilfull and careful craftsmanship of the valves and fibres and the rest of the fabric of the heart, and from many other things, I had very often and seriously though about, and had long turned over in my mind, how great an amount there was, that is to say how great the amount of transmitted blood would be
So tell me about your work?
"It has been shown by reason and experiment that blood by the beat of the ventricles flows through the lungs and heart and is pumped to the whole body."
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