The Average Blood Flow through Kidneys Per Minute is

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  • 1000 cc.
  • 1200 cc.
  • 200 cc.
  • 500 cc.
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 13th April 2015 in Health & Fitness.
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    Kidneys are the most important organs in your body.  The work of Kidneys, filter blood and help get rid of waste products from our body.
    The Average blood flow through kidneys per minute is 1200 cc.  A large amount of circulating blood flows through the kidneys. Approximately 25% of the cardiac output or 1200 ml of blood per minute is received by the kidneys.

    1200 ml of blood flows through both the kidneys per minute and out of it 1 ml of urine is formed per minute. Our kidneys purify around 1500 liter of blood and convert it into approximately 1.5-litre urine per day.

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    The kidneys have a higher blood flow than even the brain, liver or heart. Our total blood supply filtered by the kidneys about once every five minutes. Each kidney is about 4.5 inch long and weighs approximately 4 to 6 ounces (170 gms).
    Every day, our kidneys filter about 50 gallons of blood through their 140 of tubes.
    Drugs like tobacco and alcohol make your kidney work harder, and can even damage them. Stay away from drugs so your kidney will be kept healthy.
    Per hour, the total blood in the body circulates through kidney about 12 times.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 14th April 2015.
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