rate response

rate response

[′rāt ri‚späns]
(engineering)
Quantitative expression of the output rate of a control system as a function of its input signal.
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The Dunedin Study used a cycling test at ages 15, 26, 32, and 38 to estimate fitness from the heart rate response to exercise.
Attention is also paid to the cardiac pulse rate response to findings related to oxygen deficiency in the heart muscle, Circulatory complications of arterial arrhythmias, Severe arrhythmias (qt prolongation or wpw syndrome).
Quantitative cardiovascular autonomic function tests which include estimating blood pressure (BP) response to sustained handgrip, heart rate response to supine to standing posture, and BP response to supine to standing posture are commonly used to detect, verify, and quantify the cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction.
There are medications that may impact heart rate; if you have a diagnosis that impacts your autonomic system, your heart rate response may not be reliable; etc.
The cardiac autonomic functions are based on the assumption that blood pressure responses are mediated through sympathetic nervous system and heart rate response is vagally mediated.
The desired tractor yaw rate is the steady-state yaw rate response of a linear single-track vehicle model to a steering command at steady state cornering, which is given by
Heart rate response to gentle handling of frog and lizard.
Electrical properties, magnet response, single- and double-pole polarity conversion, rate response function, and adverse events of the pacing system were analyzed.
Speaking on the "anytime, anywhere" digital conversations platform, Domasco sales and marketing manager Andrew Parrott noted: "We're confident you will acquire the information you are looking for very easily with our 30-second average rate response.
King, [7] in 2002, reported a mean heart rate response of 138 beats x [min.
1] during the progressive land walk protocol, when compared to oxygen uptake and heart rate response.