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circulation rate

Etymology: L, circulatio, to go around, ratum, calculation
the rate of blood flow, usually expressed as the amount of blood pumped through the heart per minute. The rate varies with such factors as blood volume and cardiac contractility.

circulation rate

The minute volume or output of the heart per minute. In an average-sized adult with a pulse rate of 70, the amount is about 3 L/sq m of body surface each minute.
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