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Synonyms for pulse

Synonyms for pulse

a periodic contraction or sound of something coursing

to make rhythmic contractions, sounds, or movements

Synonyms for pulse

(electronics) a sharp transient wave in the normal electrical state (or a series of such transients)

the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart

the rate at which the heart beats

edible seeds of various pod-bearing plants (peas or beans or lentils etc

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expand and contract rhythmically

produce or modulate (as electromagnetic waves) in the form of short bursts or pulses or cause an apparatus to produce pulses

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drive by or as if by pulsation

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Sensitivity and specificity of echocardiographic evidence of tamponade: Implications for ventricular interdependence and pulsus paradoxicus.
These patients demonstrate pulsus paradoxus ranging from 10 to 25 mm Hg because of increased accessory muscle activity.
It is also the documentation of Wolfskehl's rediscovery of himself as a poet, through the experience of being 'a patria pulsus et exul immeritus' (he quotes Dante's Epistula II.
Pulsus paradoxicus, pulsus alternans in congestive heart failure (CHF), and cardiac movement in tamponade reflect bifurcations in the system as minor changes cause the system to cross a "tipping point" and produce sudden drastic effects.
In addition to Broadcom, LSI Logic has recently licensed the ZSP processing solutions to Huawei Technologies, Pulsus Technology, UTStarcom, Datang Microelectronics, AVID Electronics Corp.
qui a patria pulsus et exul inmeritus infortunia mea rependens continuo, cara spe memet consolabar in illo".
6: "Chordas autem dictas a corde, quia sicut pulsus est cordis in pectore, ita pulsus chordae in cithara.
Intrathoracic pressure and pulmonary vascular resistance may increase due to hyperinflation and hypoxemia, which leads to a rising pulsus paradoxus (National Institute of Health, 1991).
In a third passage he stated that a dissonance in counterpoint cannot last as long as a regular semibreve, a full measure of time, namely tin modem scilicet pulsus aeque respirantis'.
412: 'Eodem tempore Heros vir sanctus et beati Martini discipulus cum Arelatensi oppido episcopus praesideret, a populo eiusdem civitatis insons et nulli insimulationi obnoxius pulsus est inque eius locum Patroclus ordinatus amicus et familiaris Constantii magistri militum, cuius per ipsum gratia quaerebatur, eaque res inter episcopos regionis illius magnarum discordiarum materia fuit'.
PULSUS Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend Annual Congress on Advancements in Neurology and Neuroscience under the theme Shaping the Future of Neurology with Innovative Solutions during June 18-19, 2018 in Rome, Italy.
Pulsus paradoxus (> 10 mmHg inspiratory drop in systolic blood pressure).
Detailed physical examination with special reference to cardiovascular system like tachycardia, pulsus alternans, raised jugular venous pressure, gallop rhythm, basal crepitations, tender hepatomegaly were noted.