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It is not necessarily dangerous to have random pulses in the body. You have random areas throughout the body that are used to find a pulse. This just means your blood is pumping good.
Because they absorb the water they're in - which makes them swell up.
It's just a way of saying that a neuron (or sensory cell) can either (only) respond or not respond (depending on the strength of the stimuli). Which is why your nervous system is said to be pulse modulated rather than amplitude modulated. OR A strong stimuli results in more pulses, not stronger pulses.
Blockage of blood vessels (local or distal), and bleeding (tear of vessel). So: hypertension, cholesterol, cardiac arrhythmias, and trauma.
Depends on the function of the neuron, the range goes from once per sec to 1000 pulses per sec.
To check for blood flow distal from an injury.
checkig all your pulses
As a very distal location, there are not many palpable pulses in foot. Thou the posterior fibular artery (which passes in the medial posterior part of your anckle) might be felt in cases of high heartbeat frequency
Check fuel pressure to be sure it's in spec. If it is, then you must check the injectors for pulses.
The distal tubule
Proximal is the opposite of distal.
pulses? like in the pulses you heart makes us hear?
Distal refers to 'further from the attachment point'. For example, the ankle is distal to the knee.
Yes. Distal means farther from the point of attachment or from the center of the body. So the knee is distal to the hip, and the food would be distal to the knee and so on.
Yes, there is carbohydrate in pulses. .