Calculator of Heart Blood Volume
What Is Stroke Volume?
Let’s start by discussing what stroke volume is first. Stroke Volume is simply the blood pumped by the heart in a minute. Whenever a ventricle contracts, blood is pushed from the aortas to the rest of the body. In this calculator, we will be finding out that how much blood is pumped by the heart in a singular beat.
This calculator is used by people that have healthy hearts with no signs of any cardiovascular disease. The normal heartbeat by a single healthy heart is more than 2 billion, and we are talking about average here.
The average potential of the heart is 2 billion but it usually ranges from 2.6-2.9 billion. Now that we have talked about the stroke volume, let’s discuss how to use the heart blood volume calculator.
How To Use The Heart Blood Volume Calculator?
Using this calculator is very easy and it is strongly suggested that it be used by medical professionals if there is any confusion regarding the terms and results. Just follow the steps mentioned.
Step 1: Enter The Heart Beat Rate
In the first step, we have to write the heartbeat rate of the patient. The normal heartbeat rate for kids while resting is between 70-100 while for adults it is between 60-100.
Step 2: Enter The Data Model Selection
Here you have to write the data model that you have selected. This means the average number of heartbeats the person will have in their lifetime. It normally ranges from 2-2.9 billion according to the American Medical Association.
Step 3: Enter The Volume Model Selection
In the last step, you have to enter the volume model that you have selected. This is like the data model selection, only it shows the average number of blood volume pumped by the average person’s heart in a lifetime. The average healthy heart pumps 0.73 liters of blood per minute, and if we go with that information the heart pumps 2000 gallons of blood in 24 hours.
What Will Be The Results?
Upon entering all the required information correctly a series of results will be shown. The following results will be shown:
- Potential Life Expectancy Years: The average life years of the person will be shown. Remember that these are just estimates.
- Heart Beats Per Year: The average heartbeat per year will be shown.
- Heart Beats Per Month: The average heartbeat per month will be shown.
- Heart Beats Per Week: The average heartbeat per week will be shown.
- Heart Beats Per Day: The average heartbeat per day will be shown.
All of these results will be shown according to the data that you have entered.
The Stroke Volume Formula
There is also a formula that you can use to find out the stroke volume. You will find the stroke volume but the cardiac output and if we remember that correctly then the cardiac output is the blood pumped by the heart in a minute.
Here is the formula:
Stroke Volume= Cardiac Output/ Heart Rate
The normal amount of stroke volume per minute is between 60 and 120 mL per beat.
Although, these values will greatly differ depending on the activities that you are doing.