Heart rate. Hi, the heart rate is slightly high which could be due to stress, Anemia, activity, etc the O2sat is slightly low but who checked this, was the pulse oximetry attached right, was your finger cold, r u wearing nail polish, a lot of moisturizing cream, what altitude r u living? Do you have Asthma?
"Normal" is relative. It's borderline. Where are you getting numbers? A snapshot ECG or hours of telemetry showing sustained tachycardia (>100 bpm)? Same w/ the pulse ox. Are you morbidly obese? Excess belly fat pushes against the diaphragm, squashing your lungs so that tidal volumes are small, may make heart work harder. Alternatively, have you possibly been exposed to carbon monoxide? Lots other possibilities to w/u.
No. Normal resting heart rate for a woman, age 26-35, is 60-85, depending upon level of fitness as well as other factors. People who exercise regularly tend to have lower resting heart rate. The O2 sat is lower than expected; O2 saturation in a normal adult who is not a smoker usually ranges 95-100%. That number is a little suspicious. I suggest rechecking both.
No. Your resting heart rate ought to be between 60-100 BPM depending on how fit you are. Your testing O2 sat ought to be in the high nineties (>95%) if u r a healthy young non smoker. .
What should a 5yr olds heart rate be sleeping, is it normal to go low as 56 to 120 she's on moniter at home to check oxygen levels suspected fits?
Seems normal. Aks your pediatrician however. Read more...
I had mono about a month ago. Is it normal to still experience chills, or tremors? I have had blood, heart rate, oxygen level checked.
Maybe. If fever is causing the chills, that is certainly not normal. If muscle fatigue is causing tremors, that may be. Get a follow-up visit and find out if your recovery is proceeding on track. While you have mono, you can get other infections, too! No law says that you can only have one disease at a time. Read more...
Had normal pulmonary function tests. But oxygen levels go down in 80s when running housework heart rate goes up too. What's wrong?
Mgt. This is potentially quite serious and I would advise a full pulmonary work up. There are several conditions which may cause a decrease in O2 saturation. Read more...