170 is a little higher than normal at 13 weeks of pregnancy but you may have had a raised pulse yourself because of infection or nervousness. Actually this is not true. It is very normal for the baby's heartbeat to be in the 170's this early in your pregnancy. My research shows that several people have even had their baby's heartbeat in the 180's in the early stages, and had normal healthy pregnancies and baby's. "Normal" is 140-160, however Doctors have found 170 - 180's to be normal too.
100 beats per minute plus minus 05
60-100 beats per minute. :)
An arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat, which divides into two categories - tachycardia in which an adult's heartbeat averages above 100 beats per minute, and bradycardia - in which an adult's heartbeat averages below 60 beats per minute.
the normal heartbeat is 70 t0 80 beats/minute.
At rest the typical human heartbeat is between 60 -80 beats per minute
The heartbeat for a healthy woman that is 6 weeks pregnant should be about 80 to 100 beats per minute.
60-180 beats per minute is typical.
Around 260 bpm (beats Per Minute)
60-100 Beats per minute
75 - 110 beats per minute
The average human heart, beats at 72 beats per minute
A normal heart rate is usually anywhere from 60 to 100 beats per minute or BPM. 70 beats per minute...children are higher about 90 beats per minute. The baby's heartbeat is usually between 120 and 160 beats per minute, ...
That may depend on how active or stressed you are, but at rest, the normal heartbeat is between 60 and 100 beats per minute.
Between 60 and 100 beats per minute.
52 beats per minute.It is Valid.
72 beats per minut i think >_<
60-100 beats a minute.
A heartbeat monitor measures how quickly a heart beats in a given amount of time and displays the heart rate on the monitor, usually in beats per minute.
Between 140 to 160 beats per minute.
60 - 100 beats per minute is the normal rate
A bird's heartbeat depends on the bird in question. A hummingbird for example can have a heartbeat of about 180 beats per minute.
textbook average range is 60-100 beats per minute for all humans everywhere
100 beats per minute, during aerobic exercise, is fine. Depending on your health, this can be maintained for various periods of time: a half-hour would be a pretty long period of exercise but not excessive. However, if your heartbeat is 100 beats per minute when you're resting, you'll probably want to get a health checkup. At rest, the normal heartbeat is approximately 72 beats per minute on average.