How does blood pressure change in arteries, veins and capillaries?

Arterial blood flows through the blood vessels faster than venous blood. All due to the fact that arterial blood comes from the heart. The heart contracts and pushes out blood. Through the capillaries, it is carried to all organs and tissues of the body. Then it goes into the veins, where it moves even more slowly. In the veins, it moves due to the closed system and the presence of a difference in the amount of fluid in the veins and arteries. Completely, the blood goes around the body and returns to the heart in about half a minute. It takes 27 heart contractions.

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