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What's the normal pulse rate for a 10 month old baby?

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Dr. MARK LONG
Pediatrics
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In brief: 80-120

Pulse (rate of heart beats per minute) varies considerably depending on if the child is asleep or awake; active or passive; energetic or docile.
It can quickly ramp up or down to adapt to environmental, activity, and internal triggers. But overall heart rate should be between 80-120 around 10 months of age.

In brief: 80-120

Pulse (rate of heart beats per minute) varies considerably depending on if the child is asleep or awake; active or passive; energetic or docile.
It can quickly ramp up or down to adapt to environmental, activity, and internal triggers. But overall heart rate should be between 80-120 around 10 months of age.
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