The heart is the most important organ in the human body.
It regulates blood flow, pumps blood through your veins and arteries, and keeps you alive! Without it, we would die.
In this article, we will talk about how to live without a heart by examining five different cases of people who have had their hearts removed: surgical removal due to cancer; autotransplantation (a heart transplant from a donor).
Cardiogenic shock (when the pumping action of the ventricles is not enough).
Hypothermia (a drop in body temperature below 35°C or 95°F) causing death before brain death occurs.
Finally an accident that caused severe damage to both ventricles of the person’s heart.
The article will cover the various ways to live without a heart, and how doctors are researching new ways to replace or regenerate the organ.
We’ll also look at some of the consequences for those who have had their hearts removed and what it is like living with an artificial device that simulates blood flow.
First Paragraph: There’s no way around this: your life depends on having a healthy heart! The human body relies heavily on this important organ which pumps oxygenated blood throughout our veins and arteries. Without one, we’re as good as dead—humans can’t survive more than five minutes without any circulation of their vital liquid!. Despite its importance in keeping us alive, there are many instances where people experience surgical removal of their heart