The figure I see is 1 minute of aeration at a flow rate of 1 liter O2/minute. The means you need a flow meter of course, but time isn't really a measure of how much O2 goes into the wort.
Adding more slurry after a few days is useless if you think about it. Your yeast has gone through the growth phase at that point. It has reproduced many times over and there are billions of cells in there. Adding a few million more is not going to make a difference. Also, if you thought it did need help, it would have been better to add them at the beginning so they could multiply with the rest of the yeast cells.