Intravascular fluid is the part of the body fluid that is inside the blood vessels. This includes the blood cells and the plasma. (clinically, plasma is obtained by removing the blood cells from blood). The total blood volume in human is approximately: 75 ml / kg. of body weight for males 65 ml / kg. of body weight for females 85 ml / kg. of body weight for infants
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