pulse rate


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Synonyms for pulse rate

the rate at which the heart beats

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However, it is difficult for them to measure pulse rate and blood oxygen saturation from the wrist position because the reflective light from the wrist skin is very week and interfered with strong noise.
The decrease in the pulse rate and respiratory rate, and the increase in peripheral skin temperature, were all statistically significant at the end of the autogenic training.
The international availability of the Pronto-7 device and new finger sensor sizes will enable clinicians throughout Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Australia to quickly and conveniently measure hemoglobin, SpO2, perfusion index, and pulse rate without removing a drop of blood.
Do expect infection if fever is present and the pulse rate is 100 beats per minute or greater, he said.
From session to session (or over several sessions), increase how hard you work, so that your pulse rate gradually gets faster, over time.
On physical examination, his blood pressure was 100/70 mm Hg, pulse rate was 100 beats/min, and temperature was 38.
We had an accelerated pulse rate," said Dan Scott, 42.
Tempus records a passenger's blood pressure, pulse rate, temperature, electrocardiogram (ECG), blood oxygen and carbon dioxide levels.
15pm before he was kennelled and his pulse rate was 112.
In an intriguing study of French civil servants, all men aged 42 to 53, those whose hearts beat too fast at rest and too slowly while exercising on stationary bicycles were more likely to die suddenly from a heart attack or a fatal rhythm disorder than those with normal pulse rate patterns.
In an intriguing study of French civil servants, all men aged 42 to 53 whose hearts beat too fast at rest and too slowly while exercising on stationary bicycles were more likely to die suddenly from a heart attack or a fatal rhythm disorder than those with normal pulse rate patterns.
Volunteers with depression had a higher average pulse rate and higher blood pressure than did people in the comparison group.
It's a fully-featured digital device with a convenient fingertip pulse sensor and the calories you are burning can be read based on the information you input ( gender, weight, pulse rate, exercise time and level of intensity.
This is Craig's first time at thatlevel and hospital were concerned because his pulse rate was abnormally low.
Keeping a stethoscope on hand makes it easy to check your pulse rate while exercising at home or in the gym.