Cardiac Muscle Function

Cardiac Muscle Function

Cardiac Muscle Function

In this article we will discuss about the cardiac muscle function

Cardiac Muscle Function

  • Cardiac muscle tissue helps to keep your heart pumping through involuntary movements.
  • Cardiac muscles are found only in the heart
  • It also helps in the flow of blood.
  • They regulate the contraction and relaxation of the heart, which helps in pumping blood through the circulatory system.
  • The cardiac muscle tissue works without stopping, day and night.
  • The movements of the cardiac muscles are involuntary. They are important in sustaining life.

Frequently Asked Questions: –

The cardiac muscles are located in the heart inner and outer surface.

Cardiac muscle regulate the functioning of the heart by the relaxation and contraction of the heart muscles. They work automatically and make the heart contract so that the heart can squeeze the blood vessels and release them so that the heart can fill up with blood again.

The cells of the cardiac muscles known as the cardiomyocytes. They are straited and help for heart pumps the blood through cardiac contractions.

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