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B/M

On drawings, abbr. for bill of materials.
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does in fact elevate into the 130 to 150 beats per minute for many adults.
It A pumps blood throughout the body at approximately 72 beats per minute, or more than 100,000 beats in 24 hours' It circulates at least 2,000 gallons of blood a day.
Geeks at Spotify - clinical psychologist Dr Emma Gray, to be precise - insist that classical music with 60-70 beats per minute helps people retain information.
Their heart rates jumped from 60 beats per minute to 118 beats per minute before they were shot from the catapult, to 138 before the bungee jump, to a paltry 88 during the lap dancing, and up to, 141 when all but one number was completed on their bingo cards--one man even reached 161.
Just before the catapult shot them towards the heavens it was 118 beats per minute.
He had a temperature of 40 [degrees] C, relative bradycardia with a heart rate of 70 beats per minute, blood pressure of 110/60 mm Hg, mild confusion, a discrete rash (a few rose spots on the trunk) (Figure 1), and splenomegaly.
If they want to climb as hard as they run, they would have to raise their target heart rate by five to 10 beats per minute, he said.
The women's average heart rate was nine beats per minute faster throughout the low-magnesium phase of the study--an increase "that was biologically significant," he says.
An East Coast clinician asked about a patient of his who had a low heart rate of 31 beats per minute.
The pulse of 10 to 14-year-olds who had walked to school jumped three beats per minute when stressed, that of children who had been driven rose 11 beats.
These subjects underwent polysomnographic assessment on one night when the basic ventricular rate was programmed to 40 beats per minute (no-pacing phase), and on another night when atrial overdrive stimulation was used to produce a rate 15 beats per minute faster than the mean nocturnal heart rate (atrial-pacing phase).
A former Army captain, Louise has set up Beats Per Minute to take the froth out of personal training and highlight the real personal and business benefits of having a fitter, healthier Scotland.