The Importance of the Heart as an Organ Student Name Institution The Importance of the Heart as an Organ The human body is a complex integration of different organs and organ systems that work in synchrony to perform vital functions. The circulatory system is thought to be literally “the heartbeat” of the body since it plays a significant role in the transport of useful substances to their intended location. To accomplish such a daunting task the body needs an efficient pump that can work tirelessly for the duration of a lifetime and thus the role of the heart cannot stable internal environment. Its movement accomplished by the heart’s pumping action is therefore vital. The severity of heart complication is a clear indicator of the importance of this organ. References Lloyd-Jones D. Adams R. J. Brown T. M. Carnethon M. Dai S. De Simone G. ... & Go A. (2010). Heart disease and stroke statistics—2010 update. Circulation 121(7) e46-e215. McMurray J. J. Adamopoulos S. Anker S. D. Auricchio A. Böhm M. Dickstein K. ... & Jaarsma T. (2012). ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic heart failure 2012. European Journal of Heart Failure 14(8) 803-869. [...]
A two page paper explaining the importance of the heart and its importance as an organ in our bodies, a minimum of two sources, **No use of Wikipedia**. Paper is due tomorrow 28 November 2017, by 1230pm EST.