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What is the relationship between pulse rate and recovery time after exercise?
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Why does the pulse rate not go back to the first pulse rate after you have finished exercise?
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Why don't you get the same result each time you measure your resting pulse rate?
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Is pulse rate is a repetitive natural phonomena which could serve as resonable time standard?
What is a pulse rate?
The pulse rate is a measuring of your heartbeat and is counted every time it beats. If I had a pulse rate of 56 beats per minute it would be written like this; 56bpm. You can find your pulse rate on your temple (your right side down of your head) your wrist (felt better on the right hand) and your right hand side of your neck.
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What's the difference between actual pulse rate and calculated pulse rate?
How long should it take for pulse rate to return to resting pulse rate after fat burning exercise?
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What is the relationship between heartbeat and pulse rate?
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How do you determine your pulse rate?
Here's How: Stay Safe. If you are not the victim, practiceuniversal precautions and wear personal protective equipment if available. Locate the pulse. Have the victim hold his or her hand out, palm up. Use two fingers (index and middle) to locate the pulse on the wrist at the base of the thumb. The pulse feels like a rhythmic thumping. Count the beats. Using a clock or watch with a second hand, time yourself counting the pulsating beats for 15 seconds. Calculate the pulse rate. Multiply the pulses you counted in 15 seconds by 4 to get the pulse rate. For the mathematically challenged (like me), here are common pulse rates based on a 15-second count: 12 pulses = rate of 48 13 pulses = rate of 52 14 pulses = rate of 56 15 pulses = rate of 60 16 pulses = rate of 64 17 pulses = rate of 68 18 pulses = rate of 72 19 pulses = rate of 76 20 pulses = rate of 80 25 pulses = rate of 100 26 pulses = rate of 104 27 pulses = rate of 108 28 pulses = rate of 112 29 pulses = rate of 116 30 pulses = rate of 120 Tips: Never use your thumb to take a pulse. In most people, there is a pulse in the thumb that can interfere with the one you're trying to feel in the victim, and thumbs aren't as sensitive as the other fingers. The rate of the pulse is only part of the story. The quality of the pulse is also important. When taking a pulse rate, make a note of the strength of the pulse and whether it is regular or erratic. An irregular or weak pulse can tell medical providers important information about a victim's condition. The pulse in the wrist is called the radial pulse, but pulses can also be felt in the neck, upper arm, groin, ankle and foot.
What is staggered PRI?
Background: PRI = Pulse Rate Interval. PRI is a term used in Radio Frequency (RF) systems. Specifically, Pulse mode RF systems, as apposed to continuous wave (CW) systems. Each pulse has an on period, pulse width (PW), and an off period. PRI is the time from the start of one pulse to the start of the next pulse. For example, if a pulse on time is 10 microseconds (uSec) and the off time is 90 uSec then the PRI is 100 uSec. Answer: A staggered PRI does not have a constant on and off time. The off time varies.
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Why does the pulse rate take time before it returs to normal after exercise?
The pulse rate is basically how fast your heart is beating. The reason why the pulse rate is so fast is because you use up your oxygen quickly during exercise and the heart is pumping faster to supply more oxygen to your body. After exercise, oxygen is not being used up as fast anymore and when there is a sufficient amount of oxygen circulating, the pulse rate slows down and goes back to normal.
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What happens when the pulse rate is high?
With regards to the pulse rate, on average, a heart at rest beats 60 to 100 times per minute. Anything over 100 is considered high. A high pulse rate (tachycardia) accompanied with low blood pressure symptoms is a dangerous condition. Most often, the reason for low blood pressure, high pulse is due to a problem between the heart and brain. A high pulse rate means a high heart rate. This means the heart works excessively. Most of the time, exercising and doing strenuous work or consuming coffee, chocolates, a heavy meal or certain medications can elevate the pulse level. Stress and anxiety too can cause a high pulse rate. However, this reduces after a certain time and the heart begins to beat normally after cooling down. A heart that beats excessively and continuously is a heart that is at risk of malfunctioning, and causing a heart attack. Therefore, a continuous high pulse must be medically examined with immediate effect.