Seventy-five percent of 180 yields a pulse rate of 135 beats per minute.
There is fever and acceleration of pulse rate and respirations.
On the 6th the pulse was 82, and the temperature fell with the pulse rate.
The pulse rate must also be known in order to compute the velocity.
The pulse rate varied with the mental condition of the patient, which was excitable, between 96 and 120.
We know that when the pulse rate is constant, vasodilatation causes a fall in diastolic pressure and a rise in pulse pressure.
There is no doubt, however, that anxiety about the heart will quicken or slow the pulse rate.
Following exercise the pulse rate increases, the systolic pressure rises greatly, the diastolic slightly or not at all.
It diminishes the pulse rate by direct action upon the heart.
Pulse pressure, pulse rate, and the relative velocity of the blood flow are increased immediately upon the ingestion of meals.
pulse rate n.
The rate of the pulse as observed in an artery, expressed as beats per minute.