tachycardia

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abnormally rapid heartbeat (over 100 beats per minute)

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8220;It's extremely important to train our officers under similar conditions, especially elevated heart rate shooting.
The tour said he complained of an elevated heart rate, shortness of breath and heart palpitations.
At some point, a doctor assessed Seth and concluded that he was in shock because he was dehydrated, had an elevated heart rate and elevated respiratory levels, and his blood pressure was decreasing.
He has been battling atrial fibrillation for several months and woke with an elevated heart rate.
We chose the MMA method because it has been shown to be robust to noise, tolerant to nonstationary data (such as motion artifacts and changing heart rates), and independent of phase-shift perturbations, and, unlike the spectral analysis method, it does not require elevated heart rate (Nearing and Verrier 2002a, 2002b).
Life's tough enough without the added stress of an elevated heart rate every time you walk through your workplace door dreading yet another day in paradise.
But a Sunday Mirror investigation has revealed that side-effects include a risk of low blood pressure and an elevated heart rate - conditions which in extreme circumstances can lead to heart failure and permanent brain damage.
An elevated heart rate at night can lead to feelings of restlessness," The New York Daily News quoted Monica Vazquez, master trainer from New York Sports Clubs, as saying.
Based on this study, we believe that an elevated heart rate seen over a number of years is worrisome, signifying that these patients need further evaluation to see what might be causing the high heart rate," he added.
Atropine inhibits nerves and is often used to treat Parkinson's, dilate pupils and maintain an elevated heart rate.
The big dangers are elevated heart rate and blood pressure in this situation.
In the volunteers who swore, we also found they had an elevated heart rate, so it could be increasing their aggression levels.
You may keep an elevated heart rate of, say, 120 bpm in between repeats in the case of the lesser effort workouts, but if you are exerting 95% of maximal effort, it's best to let the heart come down to below 96 bpm in between.
An elevated heart rate was also an independent predictor of noncardiovascular mortality in men and women (16-18).
SYMPTOM Elevated heart rate and loss of feeling in the legs.