pulse rate


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pulse rate

[′pəls ‚rāt]
(physiology)
The number of pulsations of an artery per minute.
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53 NS ASA grade (I: II) Sex (male: female) Duration of NS surgery (min) ASA: American Society of Anesthesiologists, SD: Standard deviation, NS: Not significant Table 2: Changes in pulse rate (beats/min) Mean [+ or -] SD Group CL Pulse rate Intragroup P value Before premedication 88.
The two way display allows monitoring the SpO2 and pulse rate comfortable, it can be viewed from any angle.
Of them, 764(19%) were deferred because of high pulse rate, 689(17%) poor veins, 488(12%) low BP, 294(7.
Preoperatively, mean pulse rate and blood pressure were comparable in both groups.
Within a buzz, pulse rate is consistent (Walker 1975a, b), and therefore we calculated this metric using a series of 10 pulses within a single buzz.
The pulse rate and BP was measured using an electronic digital BP apparatus (Omron--Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor; Model HEM--7111).
MightySat is available in three versions -- each of which provides oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate (PR), and perfusion index (PI) measurements in a compact, battery-powered design with a large color screen that can be rotated for real-time display of the pleth waveform as well as measurements.
It found the pulse rate rose consistently over the 30-year study period for both sexes by an average of 0.
The inverse relationship between SDNN and heart rate means that as heart variability increases (considered a neurologically healthy occurrence), pulse rate decreases (also considered a neurologically healthy occurrence).
KUNDA MLA Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiyya's silence and high pulse rate during a recent polygraph test have bolstered the CBI's hope of discovering some solid evidence in the Nanhe Yadav murder case.
MEN who have a high pulse rate when resting are at a higher risk of death than those who do not - even if they are physically fit and healthy, researchers have found.