cardiac frequency

cardiac frequency

the rate at which the heart beats.
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The observed cardiac rhythmic characteristics and parameters were: cardiac frequency, duration and amplitude of P wave, interval PR and QRS duration, amplitude of R wave, interval QT duration, polarity characteristic of T wave, presence or absence of segment ST depression, and the value in grade of QRS mean axis from I and III derivations.
However, the cardiac frequency has shown a value decrease at T4h.
Blood presure changes once with altitude increase and respiratory frequency is influenced directly by the cardiac frequency, fully exploating elasticity of the thoracic cage.
The cardiac frequency was recorded via a heart rate monitor.
Vallortigara asserted that in contrast, a dog looking to a dog wagging with a bias to the left-and thus showing right-hemisphere activation as if it was experiencing some sort of negative/withdrawal response-would also produce anxious and targeting responses as well as increased cardiac frequency.
The effect of EOAs on the isometric contractions and cardiac frequency in virro was examined.
The physiological responses of the animals were evaluated through the following measurements: respiratory frequency (RF), cardiac frequency (CF), and rectal temperature (RT).
At the beginning ithe NE concentration in supine and standing position, the blood pressure and cardiac frequency were determined.
The data gathered at Group 2 show for the cardiac frequency, at pre effort (P1) moment, the average value of 80.
In one of Lupo's works on the Italian national team sports men during friendly games, it was found an average number of cardiac frequency of 145 beats per minute.
If the given answer is "no" than we note with a minus the box near the arterial tension and with a plus in the box corresponding to the cardiac frequency.