Plasma Volume Calculation of Blood

A liquid component of human blood that holds the blood cells are called as plasma. On the average every human being would have about 55% blood plasma in the blood. So a 50Kg male will have about 2.5 liters of plasma volume and 50 Kg female would have around 2.08 liters of blood plasma.The volume of plasma calculation can be done using this medical calculator based on your body's weight.

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A liquid component of human blood that holds the blood cells are called as plasma. On the average every human being would have about 55% blood plasma in the blood. So a 50Kg male will have about 2.5 liters of plasma volume and 50 Kg female would have around 2.08 liters of blood plasma.The volume of plasma calculation can be done using this medical calculator based on your body's weight.

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Formula:

Total Body Water = 60% of Body Weight (For Male) Total Body Water = 50% of Body Weight (For Female) Extracellular Fluid = Total Body Water / 3 Interstitial Fluid = Total Body Water * 0.25 Plasma = Extracellular Fluid - Interstitial Fluid

The plasma fluid holds 55 % of the human blood. Calculation of this fluid is done with the total body water and extracellular fluid.

Note :This statistics calculator is presented for your own personal use and is to be used as a guide only. Medical and other decisions should NOT be based on the results of this calculator. Although this calculator has been tested, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of its calculations or results.

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