I do know what each term means. That is, i know that stroke volume is: the volume of blood pumped by each contraction of a ventricle, while ventricular end-diastolic volume is: the volume of blood in the ventricle just before systole. However I can't relate the two in terms of, say, graphs or in the mode of action of the heart between this period(s).
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The simplest relationship is "EDV=SV+ESV", "EF=SV/EDV" (EDV: end-diastolic volume, SV: stroke volume, ESV: end-systolic volume, EF: ejection fraction)