# End-Systolic Volume (ESV) Calculator

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The End-Systolic Volume (ESV) Calculator allows you to calculate the volume of blood remaining in a ventricle after contraction (systole) by subtracting the stroke volume (SV) from the end-diastolic volume (EDV).

### End-Systolic Volume Formula

The formula to calculate the End-Systolic Volume is:

\[ \text{ESV} = \text{EDV} - \text{SV} \]

### Variables:

**ESV**: End-Systolic Volume (mL)**EDV**: End-Diastolic Volume (mL)**SV**: Stroke Volume (mL)

### How to Calculate End-Systolic Volume

**Determine the End-Diastolic Volume (EDV)**in milliliters (mL).**Determine the Stroke Volume (SV)**in milliliters (mL).**Apply the Formula**: Subtract the stroke volume from the end-diastolic volume using the formula ESV = EDV - SV.**Calculate the Result**: After inserting the variables into the formula, compute the End-Systolic Volume.

This process is crucial in assessing cardiac function and is often used in various clinical scenarios to evaluate heart health. Use this calculator for accurate and quick ESV calculations.