How do you calculate this cardiac output equation?

Answer CO = Stroke volume x Heart ratestroke volume = EDV - ESVtherefore 70 * 85CO= 5950 ml/min

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How to calculate cardiac output for the patient and what you put on the stroke volume during calculation?

Cardiac output (Q) = Stroke Volume × Heart rate

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