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How to take a heart rate if no monitor?

How to take a heart rate if no monitor?

Pulse: Get a clock with a second hand. Feel your pulse (can easily be felt at the neck, the thumb side of the wrist or the groin). Feel for the bumping against your fingers. Count the number of bump in 1 minute. That is your heart rate. ...Read more

Heart Rate (Definition)

Heart rate is a measurement of the number of times a person's heart beats in one minute. Normal heart rates vary with a person's age and with excitement and exercise. Abnormal heart rates are too slow, too fast, and/or irregular (too much ...Read more


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What must I use to monitor my heart rate?

What must I use to monitor my heart rate?

Heart rate monitor: You can buy a heart rate monitor - no doubt available on line, but you can also just count your own pulse: either at your wrist, neck, or chest. Count it for 15 seconds and multiply by 4. It's free! ...Read more

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How does a wireless heart rate monitor work well?

How does a wireless heart rate monitor work well?

Like your phone: Blue tooth is a wonderful thing. Electrical pulses that trigger your heart function are easy to detect and send to a wireless monitor. Units these days are accurate and reliable. ...Read more

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How accurate are heart rate monitors in altitude?

How accurate are heart rate monitors in altitude?

Normal action: Require moisture for good contact just as at low altitude and can misfunction in cold temperatures which is more likely at high altitude. ...Read more

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What are the benefits of having a heart rate monitor ?

What are the benefits of having a heart rate monitor ?

Ecg monitor: We generally monitor not only heart rate but heart rhythm. This identifies rhythm disturbances which if present could disorder the state of perfusion of the body and/or threaten the life and well being of the patient. ...Read more

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What are some different ways to monitor your heart rate?

Depend on : The condition of the patient and the reason for the monitoring. 1) simply by palpating the pulse and auscultating the heart. 2) pulse oxymeter- noninvasive technique to measure o2 saturation. 3) electrocardiogram-can be use at the hospital but also at the gym. Commonly the chest strap that function as an electrode that transmit radio signal to a monitor that gives you the hr. Hope i answered the ? ...Read more

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Post hyst heart rate on monitor was 156.now between 100-140 normal?

Post hyst heart rate on monitor was 156.now between 100-140 normal?

Sounds high: A normal heart rate is generally between 60-200. If this is post hysterectomy, I would be concerned about post operative bleeding, if this heart rate continues for a significant amount of time. Serial complete blood counts should be watched, since this will reveal postoperative bleeding. ...Read more

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How reliable are heart rate monitoring apps available for smartphones?

How reliable are heart rate monitoring apps available for smartphones?

Pretty good: however, it is mostly just a gimmick. There's no rocket science to measuring your pulse. You can either use the radial artery on your wrist (on the thumb side) or your carotid artery on your neck (just in front of the muscle group on your neck) and then count the pulses over 15 seconds, multiply by 4 and that's your heart rate in beats per second. This will save battery time on your smartphone! ...Read more

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What are some different ways to monitor your heart rate? Which method will you use and why

What are some different ways to monitor your heart rate? Which method will you use and why

Check out these: Links. Take care! http://m.rei.com/mt/www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/heart-rate-monitor.html. http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/heart-rate-monitors.htm.

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