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
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.
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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.