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Body oxygen demand for Humans


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#1 Aneeil



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Posted 30 January 2014 - 04:32 AM


Iam looking for Body oxygen demand for Human Analysis when they are doing different sort of activities during a normal day.
Ex: People doing a desk Job ( For a span of 8 hours), Person doing a morning exercise or Gym( 1 Hour), Person who performs hard jobs like lifting( 8 Hours).
i would Appreciate if someone would guide on these queries.
thanks... Aneeil...

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Posted 30 January 2014 - 05:37 AM

If you're lucky you could find some average values maybe in a physiology textbook, but you could also try to estimate: At rest, the average oxygen uptake is 250 ml per min and during hard work for an untrained person about 2000-3000 ml, if I remember correctly. (Trained athletes can increase more than that.)

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