Systolic volume

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|cze = Systolic volume |eng = Stroke volume }} 'Systolic volume (or also stroke volume) is the volume of blood expelled by one ventricle into the bloodstream during one cardiac contraction. Under resting conditions in a healthy adult, the systolic volume is about 70 ml. Under load, up to 100-150ml. It is calculated as the difference between end-diastolic and end-systolic volume.

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