If you live to be 70 years old,your heart will have pumped approximately 191,625,000 gallons of blood. Have a great day, cmf3225
Roughly 5 liters, depending on the individual's size and weight. It keeps going around and around.
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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.
roughly 1.3 gallons are pumped in a minute so that means about 78 gallons per hour.