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How fast is a baby's heartbeat at 1 year old?

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Dr. Steven Neish
Pediatrics - Cardiology
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In brief: 90-165 or so

Awake, the typical heart rate will be 90-165, depending on alertness and excitement.
With fever, crying, or activity, the heart rate could be over 200 bpm. While asleep, the heart rate may be slower than 90 bpm.

In brief: 90-165 or so

Awake, the typical heart rate will be 90-165, depending on alertness and excitement.
With fever, crying, or activity, the heart rate could be over 200 bpm. While asleep, the heart rate may be slower than 90 bpm.
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Dr. Bachar Al-Alami
High at birth (90-164) and lower as they get older at 18 yrs (43-104) the same applies for resp.rate.
Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: Wide range

The range of normal awake rate is 100-190 BPM while the normal sleeping rate is 75-160 bpm.

In brief: Wide range

The range of normal awake rate is 100-190 BPM while the normal sleeping rate is 75-160 bpm.
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