Heart output, Biology

HEART OUTPUT

  1. The amount of blood pumped by heart per minute. Heart beat is 72.
  2. Pump out blood is 70 ml. This 72 × 70 = 5040 ml. ( 5 litres) blood is pumped in a minute.
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