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Related to pulsus: pulsus parvus, pulsus alternans, Pulsus bisferiens, Pulsus paradoxus, Pulsus bigeminus, pulsus filiformis
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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

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(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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Because of excessive ventilatory muscle use, pulsus paradoxus can fall below 25 mm Hg.
One major factor is the absence of classical physical findings such as a pericardial friction rub and pulsus paradoxus, which are reportedly present in only 30% of cases (9).
As part of an initiative with the Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and the Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE), Qualcomm also announced that Qualcomm Ventures, which invests in promising, early-stage high-technology ventures, has executed an investment agreement with PULSUS Technologies.
Pulsus paradoxus, a phenomenon that occurs in many clinical conditions, may be difficult to detect by measuring blood pressure manually (Jay, Onuma, Davis, Chen, Mansell, & Steele, 2000).
On presentation to the thoracic service, her pulse was 110 to 120 bpm, blood pressure was 120/80, and there was no pulsus paradoxas.
In 1909, the affliction of pulsus irregularis perpetuus was captured electrographically by Einthoven's galvanometer and linked to the fibrillations of the cardiac atria.
07) Consolidated Statements of Deficit All numbers in thousands Deficit, beginning of year $ (24,366) $ (23,465) Profit/(Loss) for the year (3,176) (901) Deficit, end of year $ (27,542) $ (24,366) 1) Represents costs of discontinuing operations of the Pulsus products in second quarter of fiscal year 1997 2) Includes severance and related costs associated with restructuring of sales, support, and marketing departments.
Upon initial examination, she had a pulse rate of 104 beats per min, tachypnea, markedly elevated jugular venous pulse, and pulsus paradoxes of 20 mm Hg.
The electrocardiogram is virtually pathognomonic of pericarditis with a large pericardial effusion and tamponade (1, 2), a diagnosis confirmed by his symptoms, markedly elevated neck veins and striking pulsus paradoxus.
02 Consolidated Statements of Deficit Deficit, beginning of period (27,320) (23,340) (24,366) (23,465) Loss for the period (354) 102 (3,308) 227 Deficit, end of period (27,674) (23,238) (27,674) (23,238) NOTE: (1) Includes severance costs provision incurred in the first quarter of fiscal 1997 of $700 relating to recent executive departures (2) In the second quarter of fiscal 1997, the restructuring charge represents the cost of discontinuing operations of the Pulsus product line.
Pulsus licensing follows I&C Technologies licensing announced in July as ZSP processing solutions gain momentum across Korea
31, 1996, the restructuring charge represents the cost of writing off excess inventory of the Pulsus product line.
There was no bradycardia or tachycardia, cyanosis, pulsus paradoxus, fever, hypotension, or shock.
This, in turn, leads to augmentation of right ventricular diastolic filling, which produces pulsus paradoxus (exaggerated decrease in systolic blood pressure during inspiration).