Depends on the stroke volume (how much blood your heart pumps per beat) and heart rate. This is different for everybody and depends on activity level. Heart Rate x Stroke Volume = Amount of Blood pumped/minute
The heart does not make any blood, but it does pump the blood. The amount of blood the heart pumps is called the cardiac output and can change depending on the heart rate (how fast it is pumping), and the stroke volume (how much is pumped with each beat).
Here you go.http://www.biosbcc.net/doohan/sample/htm/COandMAPhtm.htmCardiac output is the volume of blood pumped by the heart per minute (mL blood/min). Cardiac output is a function of heart rate and stroke volume. The heart rate is simply the number of heart beats per minute. The stroke volume is the volume of blood, in milliliters (mL), pumped out of the heart with each beat. Increasing either heart rate or stroke volume increases cardiac output.Cardiac Output in mL/min = heart rate (beats/min) X stroke volume (mL/beat)An average person has a resting heart rate of 70 beats/minute and a resting stroke volume of 70 mL/beat. The cardiac output for this person at rest is:Cardiac Output = 70 (beats/min) X 70 (mL/beat) = 4900 mL/minute.
pis is cool a complicated question to answer as every person is likely to be different. I will give you the classic teaching answer. The amount of blood pumped around the body is equal to the amount of blood pumped through the heart, since the vascular system is a closed loop. The amount of blood pumped by the heart in a minute is called the cardiac output (CO). The CO is a function of the heart rate (HR) and the stroke volume (SV), which is the amount of blood pumped by a ventricle per contraction. On average, an adult's heart beats 70-80 times per minute. The average stroke volume is 70ml. i smell corn.Since CO = HR x SV, we can figure this out quite easily. if you want to know the answer you are greedy So, on average, 400000 liters of blood is pumped around the body per minute.
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The heart has what is called the a 'stroke volume' which varies from 75 to 120 ml which is the diastolic volume of the left ventricle minus the volume of blood in the ventricle at the end of systole.
The heart pumps almost half of the blood volume with each beat. This is referred to as the ejection fraction or EF, which is the percentage of blood pumped out of the left ventricle with every heartbeat.