pulse rate


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pulse rate

[′pəls ‚rāt]
(physiology)
The number of pulsations of an artery per minute.
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Induction of anaesthesia with propofol and thiopentone sodium was significantly increased (P<0.01) the pulse rate from control and pre-induction values in all animals.
In our study, there was a decrease in the resting pulse rate in yoga-trained individuals.
From the present study, it can be concluded that laryngoscopy and intubation are invariably associated with rise in pulse rate and blood pressure.
Their respiratory rate, pulse rate, and body surface temperature were measured by Vital-SCOPE; reference measurements were simultaneously obtained using a contacttype electrocardiogram (ECG) (GMS, LRR-03, Japan) and a respiratory effort belt (NIHON KOHDEN, TR-512, Japan).
There was no significant difference in the controlled group of this study from rest till the extraction of the tooth except for the pulse rate, which fell 6 ppm after extraction.
The table given below explains the pulse rate at different positions of the person
Pulse rate varied from 84.2 [+ or -] 7.015 bpm to 88.3 [+ or -] 5.4 bpm in Group CL and Group C it varied from 85.4 [+ or -] 4.78 to 98.4 [+ or -] 6.8 bpm.
* Built with the latest modern smart technology, to allow fast and accurate reading of the oxygen saturation level and pulse rate.
Of them, 764(19%) were deferred because of persistent high pulse rate, 689(17%) poor veins, 488(12%) low blood pressure and 74(1.8%) because of low haemoglobin.
For humans the normal pulse rate is 70 beats per minute, for elephants it is slower at 27 and for a canary it is 1000!
Individuals were tested at five different temperatures, ranging from 20 [degrees]C to 40 [degrees]C at 5[degrees]C intervals, and measurements were taken on six acoustic parameters: buzz duration, interbuzz interval (IBI) duration, number of ticks in the 1BI, tick rate in the IBI, pulse rate within a buzz, and percent time spent calling.
The MightySat noninvasively measures arterial oxygen saturation and pulse rate, in addition to perfusion index and optional pleth variability index.