pulsometer


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pulsometer

[pəl′säm·əd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A simple, lightweight pump in which steam forces water out of one of two chambers alternately.
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The pulsometer scale, which is used to check a person's heartbeats per minute, has particular relevance to the CK 2998.
Traditional specialties such as the monopusher chronographs are making a comeback, as are instruments equipped with additional measurement scales (tachometer, telemeter and pulsometer).
Integrating a thermometer, blood pressure sensor, pulsometer, pulse oximeter, and 2-lead EKG into a device about half the size of a hockey puck, the Scout collects and communicates data to a smartphone via Bluetooth.
The reading given by the pulsometer when the subject performed the 15th repetition of each series was recorded and stored for later analysis.