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What Is A Normal Pulse Reading
Around 95%...: Between exacerbations, an asthmatic's pulse ox is normal since airway obstruction in asthma is reversible by definition. During an asthma exacerbation, the airways are obstructed/inflamed to a certain degree depending on the severity of the exacerbation and the pulse ox may decrease. Supplemental oxygen may then be necessary to maintain oxygen delivery to vital organs/tissues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My age is 39 male. height 5 feet 9 inches 67 kg weight. I took my blood pressure reading; its 114/74 and pulse rate is 86. Is it normal.
Does blood pressure increase with pulse rate? I've noticed higher BP readings when my pulse is higher.
How bad is this BP and pulse reading? 110/70 p. 95 sitting down. Standing 106/45 p. 132 dizzy upon standing
Im a 19 yo male. I had checked my blpod pressure and it was 80/172 and 122 pulse. What could be the reason fr such a high pulse reading?
If persists, see dr.: Heart rate is normally between 60 (beats per minute) and 100 (beats per minute), sinus tachycardia is term for a faster-than-normal heartbeat, more than 100 beats per minute.Pulse rate can increase with moderate exercise and excessive heat. If heart rate persistently elevated usually medical cause. Possibilities include anemia, underlying infection, elevated thyroid hormone or reaction to med. ...Read more
These conditions: Could cause an increase in pulse rate. ...Read more
Had sharp pains in my chest.. Rushed to er, low pulse reading, no oxygen. X ray done an found slight right hemidiaphragm elevation.. Help?
Nonspecific: Can suggest an enlarged liver, reduced volume in that lung, an incomplete inspiration, etc........By itself, even with your history, does not add much / point to a clear answer. Likely chest wall (musculoskeletal) or pleuritic given your age. Nsaid for few days should reduce and/or eliminate symptoms. If not, should follow up with primary doc for further evaluation. ...Read more
Please I have a BP of 110/70 and second reading 100/70 with pulse rate of 97 right after my heavy period dizzy and having migraines what can I do?
Variable: The heart is dependent on activity level and physical fitness. The normal range is between 60 - 100. That being said, very physically such a marathon runner, the rate can be as low as 40. Some medications such as beta blockers, can lower the heart rate as well. If you have symptoms of fatigue and dizziness along with a low heart rate, further evaluation may be needed. ...Read more
Pulse: 60 to 84 would be niceGet a more detailed answer ›
Same as any adult: 60-100 per minute lower in athletic individual. ...Read more
Same as Exercise: This will vary from one person to another but you can think of hyperventilation as being similar to an episode of strenuous exercise, with a heart rate that will be similar to a state of exertion. For adults, heart rates in the 120s to 150s would not be unusual, sometimes higher. ...Read more
Depends: Normal depends on age and activity. At rest, 50-100. With peak exertion, the normal peak heart rate will be in the vicinity of (220 - age in years). Example: if you're 41, your normal peak hr would be around 179. This is just a rule of thumb. Many people can exceed this with strenuous exertion. ...Read more
BP122/68 pulse 95: BP is fine pulse is a little high could be dehydration ,heat ,exercise ,stress, anxiety , pain. Would hydrate ,relax and repeat. Note pulse and BP change second to second so would not worry some people have baseline higher pulse , occasionally high pulse is due to thyroid issues, very ,very rarely clot in lung if associated breathless, and chest pain F/u with doc check thyroid d-dimer ...Read more
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