Human Anatomy and Physiology

# How much time does it take for blood to circle the human body?

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The average time for blood to make one circuit through the major arteries and veins in the human body is about one minute.

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there is almost 3 litres of blood in human body.

The average human has 8-12 pints in their body.

Believe it or not, there are 62,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body.

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There is about 5.5 quarts of blood in the average human body. This is the equivalent of about 5.2 liters of blood.

Blood accounts for about 8% of the human body weight. The average adult has a blood volume of about 5 liters (1.3 gallons).

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A normal adult human body typically has 1.25 - 1.30 gallons, (10 pints) of blood. These measurements can vary, due to size and sex.

A human body holds 3 liters of blood. These means that one can have up to 3 liters of blood transfused into the&Ecirc;body. Typically, it is only 1 or 2 liters of blood that will be&Ecirc;given at a transfusion.

The average human adult has/can hold more than 5 liters (6 quarts) of blood in his or her body.

The amount of blood in a body varies slightly with size, sex and age, but the average human has 8-12 pints of blood in their body. A blood loss of 4 pints or more without immediate medical attention will usually prove fatal.

The estimated volume of blood in the human body is about 7% of your body weight. An average adult weighing 150 to 180 pounds will have 4 - 5 liters or 1.2 to 1 1/2 gallons of blood, equal to about 5 quarts.

The average male has about 10 pints of blood in their body while the average female has between 5 and 8 pints of blood in their body. Some larger people have more than this.

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