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#### Justin23452

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VO2=(60mpb x 70mL/beat)

(6 mL O2/100 mL blood)

= 252 mL O2/min

Divided by 70kg, his resting VO2 is about 3.6 mK/kg/min. During maximal exercise this man has a heart rare of 180 bpm, a SV (Stroke Volume) of 115 mL/beat, and an oxygen extraction of 15 mL O2/100 mL blood.

SO hi mamimum VO2 is

VO2 max = (180 bmp x 115 mL/beat)

x (15 ml O2/100 mL/blood)

= 3,105 mL O2/min

This can be expressed in mL O2/kg/min by dividing bhy mans weight 70kg (154lbs)

3105 mL O2/min divided by 70kg= 44.4mL/kg/min

can anyone explain to me how they get there bottom numbers. And wtf is going on here. IM studying to become a PT and this is my 2nd day studying so I hope you guys can help me out with this.