beats per minute


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Synonyms for beats per minute

the pace of music measured by the number of beats occurring in 60 seconds

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"But the average tempo of a Christmas hit is much slower, around 114 beats per minute. This is because life slows down a little and people look for something a bit more laid back, so slower songs work better."
Electrocardiogram when the patient was 35 years old showed sinus rhythm at a rate of 83 beats per minute, right bundle branch block, and left posterior fascicular block.
Certain symptoms--such as fainting, dizziness, and/or shortness of breath--may be due to a high (greater than 100 beats per minute) or low (less than 60 beats per minute) RHR, so it's good to be aware of what your baseline is.
A RHR between 60 and 100 beats per minute is considered normal, and recent research has found that RHRs at the top of this range or beyond can increase your risk for cardiovascular disease and shorten your lifespan.
On the basis of their findings, the researchers calculated that every 10 to 22 additional beats per minute in RHR increased the risk of death by 16 percent.
On Monday morning, Sindac said Enrile's blood pressure went down to 140/70 with a pulse rate of 63 beats per minute.
Made from stem cells, the miniature hearts are just 1mm in diameter and contract at around 30 beats per minute.
In this analysis, men with a baseline heart rate of 79 beats per minute or greater had a statistically significant, 56% increased incidence of heart failure compared with men with an entry heart rate of less than 69 beats per minute, said Dr.
In this analysis, men with a baseline heart rate of 79 beats per minute or greater had a statistically significant, 56% increased incidence of heart failure, compared with men with an entry heart rate of less than 69 beats per minute, said Dr.
A resting heart rate of between 51 and 80 beats per minute (bpm) is associated with an increased risk of death compared to those with the lowest rate - irrespective of fitness levels.
It can rise from 60 to 225 beats per minute when the animal comes face to face with a predator.
"After the registrant left her shift, the patient was not seen until 10.30pm when there was 55 beats per minute. She was at this point transferred to the labour ward and was recorded as being distressed at this time.
But research has shown that giving continuous chest compressions at 110 to 120 beats per minute - the same rate as Stayin' Alive - is more effective than trying to do CPR with a poor rescue breath technique.
Researchers claim that the normal range for heart rate is misleading and that patients with a heart rate over 80 beats per minute are at an increased risk for heart complications.
A: Ten premature beats per minute is a fair amount that can be perfectly harmless.