A 54-year-old male asked:
I'm 58 year old male who had 2 stents put in lad recently....blood pressure is fine what should pulse rate be kept around?
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Internal Medicine 9 years experience
Pulse rate: Normal pulse is 70-100. Ideally, a patient like you should be on the lower side. But your actual best pulse rate is determined by your hearts function, your body's needs, hormone/fluid balance, and your heart's electrical system. This is a great question for your own doctor to answer.
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Last updated Dec 12, 2018
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