What is the blood volume of a human?

The blood volume of a human is one 13th of the body weight, that is, the blood volume (amount of circulating blood) of an adult is approximately 5 liters. 1 liter is in capillary vessels of the lung, 2 liters in vessels of the venous system, and 1 liter each in the heart, vessels of the arterial system, and capillary vessels.

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