Physiological parameters of a man my age

Age: 30 y 
Height: 1.73 m 
Weight: 68 kg 
Surface area: 1.80 m2 
Normal body core temperature: 37.0ºC 
Normal mean skin temperature: 34.2ºC 
Heat capacity: 0.86 kcal/kg ºC 
Percent body fat: 12% (8.2 kg) 
Subcutaneous fat layer: 5 mm 
Body fluids: 41 L (60 wt % of body) 
Intracellular: 28 L 
Interstitial: 10.0 L 
Transcellular: — 
Plasma: 3.0 L 
Basal metabolism: 40 kcal/m2-h, 72 kcal/h 
O2 consumption: 250 mL/min
CO2 production: 200 mL/min
Respiratory quotient: 0.80 
Blood volume: 5 L 
Resting cardiac output: 5 L/min 
Systemic blood pressure: 120/80 mmHg (systolic/diastolic)
Mean arterial pressure: 93 mmHg (at 120/80 mmHg) 
Heart rate at rest: 65/min 
General cardiac output: 3.0 + 8M L/min, where M = liters O2 consumed/min at STP 
Total lung capacity: 6 L
Vital capacity: 4.2 L
Pulmonary ventilation rate: 6 L/min
Alveolar ventilation rate: 4 L/min
Tidal volume: 500 mL
Dead space: 150 mL
Respiratory rate at rest: 12/min 
Pulmonary capillary blood volume: 75 mL 
Arterial O2 content: 0.195 mL O2/mL blood
Arterial CO2 content: 0.492 mL CO2/mL blood
Venous O2 content: 0.145 mL O2/mL blood
Venous CO2 content: 0.532 mL CO2/mL blood
 

Fluids

Chemical,  Blood,  CSF,  Urine 
Water, 93% 99% 99% 
Protein, 7,000 mg/dL,  35 mg/dL,  ~0 
Osmolarity,  295 mOsm/L,  295 mOsm/L  
 
Inorganic substances  
Ammonia,  12–55 µM  
Bicarbonate, 22-26 mEq/L  
Calcium, 4.8 mEq/L, 2.1 mEq/L, 0–300 mg/d 
Carbon dioxide, 24–30 mEq/L  
Chloride, 100–106 mEq/L, 119 mEq/L  
Copper, 100–200 µg/dL, x, 0–60 µg/d 
Iron, 50–150 µg/dL  
Lead, <10 µg/dL, x, <120 µg/d 
Magnesium, 1.5–2.0 mEq/L, 0.3 mEq/L  
PCO2,  35–45 mmHg  (4.7–6.0 kPa)
pH, 7.35–7.45, 7.33  
Phosphorous, 3.0–4.5 mg/dL  
PO2, 75–100 mmHg  (10–13.3 kPa)  
Potassium, 3.5–5.0 mEq/L, 2.8 mEq/L  
Sodium, 135–145 mEq/L, 135–145 mEq/L  
 
Organic molecules  
Acetoacetate,  Negative, x, 0 
Ascorbic acid, 0.4–15 mg/dL  
Bilirubin, Direct: 0–0.4 mg/dL & Indirect: 0.6 mg/dL  
Carotenoids, 0.8–4.0 µg/mL  
Creatinine, 0.6–1.5 mg/dL, x, 15–25 mg/kg body weight 
Glucose, 70–110 mg/dL, 60 mg/dL, 0 
Lactic acid, 0.5–2.2 mEq/L  
Lipids, Total: 450–1000 mg/dL | Cholesterol: 120–220 mg/dL  | Phospholipids: 9–16 mg/dL (as lipid P)  
Fatty acids, 190–420 mg/dL  
Triglycerides, 40–150 mg/dL  
Phenylalanine, 0–2 mg/dL  
Pyruvic acid, 0–0.11 mEq/L  
 
Blood urea nitrogen, (BUN) 8–25 mg/dL  
Uric acid,  3–7 mg/dL  
Vitamin A, 0.15–0.6 µg/mL  
 
 
 

pH

Blood,  7.2–7.8 
Colon,  7.0–7.5 
Conjunctival sac,  7.8–8.0 
Duodenum,  4.8–8.2 
Milk,  8.5–8.7 
Mouth,  6.2–7.2 
Stomach,  1–3 
Sweat,  4.7–4.8 
Urethra,  5–7 
Vagina,  3.4–4.2 
 
 
 

Blood distribution

Pulmonary volume
Pulmonary arteries 400 mL
Pulmonary capillaries 60mL
Venules 140 mL
Pulmonary veins 700 mL
Total pulmonary system 1,300 mL
 
Systemic volume
Aorta 100 mL
Systemic arteries 450 mL
Systemic capillaries 300 
Venules 200 mL
Systemic veins 2,050 mL
Total systemic vessels 3,100  mL
 
Heart 250 mL
 
Other:  550 mL (mostly in the liver and the spleen)
 
Blood flow at rest 
Brain,  650 mL/min (13%) 
Heart,  214 mL/min (4%) 
Muscle,  1,030 mL/min (20%) 
Skin,  430 mL/min (9%) 
Kidney,  950 mL/min (20%) 
Abdominal organs,  1,200 mL/min (24%) 
Other,  525 mL/min (10%) 
Total 5,000 mL/min
 
 
 

Circulation

Ascending aorta: diameter of 2.0–3.2 cm, 63 cm/s (mean peak) blood velocity, Re of 3,600–5,800 
Descending aorta: diameter of  1.6–2.0 cm,  27 cm/s, Re of 1,200–1,500 
Large arteries: diameter of 0.2–0.6 cm,  20–50 cm/s, Re of 110–850 
Capillaries: diameter of 0.0005–0.001 cm,  0.05–0.1 cm/s, Re of 0.0007–0.003 
Large veins: diameter of 0.5–1.0 cm, 15–20 cm/s, Re of 210–570 
Vena cavae: diameter of 2.0 cm, 11–16 cm/s, Re of 630–900