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heart rate

[′härt ‚rāt]
(physiology)
The number of heartbeats per minute.
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The UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate and UA Sport Wireless Headphones will be available in black and white color options.
If you're concerned, ask your doctor what a healthy resting heart rate is for you.
Conclusion: Heart rate variability reduces with advancing age irrespective of the gender reflecting increased likelihood for developing ventricular arrhythmias in the predisposed patients.
The Indian market is a perfect fit for Mio with its industry-leading heart rate monitoring technology and its innovative, easy-to-use activity trackers and heart rate sport watches.
InvenSense's HRM sensor system solutions enable in-activity and continuous heart rate monitoring by removing the motion artifact signal from the PPG signal using its 6-axis integrated MEMS (3-axis accelerometer + 3-axis gyroscope) device to deliver accurate heart rate (beats-per-minute) monitoring during elevated motion activities.
For healthy people, a low resting heart rate usually signifies good cardiovascular fitness," says Leslie Cho, MD, co-section head of Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation at Cleveland Clinic.
Place the tip of your index finger over the Galaxy S5's heart rate sensor.
The clock hadn't even reached the 2-minute mark, and my heart rate increased to 215% with a mixture of anger, disappointment and disbelief.
People seeking health benefits need go no further, walking at the 50-60% maximum heart rate (MHR) range is enough several times each week.
One way to test a potentially useful option for assessing autonomic variability is to compare it to a gold standard for autonomic variability such as heart rate variability (HRV).
The finding suggests that heart rate, independent of any other cardiovascular risk factor, could boost the risk for developing heart failure, and raises the possibility of trying to dampen this effect by using interventions to reduce heart rate, Dr.