HRR


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HRR

Abbreviation for high-risk register.

heart rate recovery

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HRR

The decrease in heart rate that occurs one minute after maximal exercise. Normal people decrease their heart rates by at least 12 beats per minute (bpm) a minute after stopping maximal exercise. People whose heart rate does not decrease by 12 bpm have an increased risk of cardiac-related death.

HRR

heart rate reserve
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Correlations between HRR and SBPR parameters were calculated by the Pearson's correlation analysis.
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The measured heat flux from a fire with a HRR of 100-200 MW (95000-190000 BTU/s) (marked with '[omicron]' in the figure) was about 10-20 kW/[m.
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Mean scores for Heart Rate, RPE, and percent HRR responses were computed for each participant for the 15-minute exercise period.
4 and 5 and according to Schartel and Hull [32] the following features are discemable: (1) The HRR curve shape of PA6.
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To generate the target HRR images, a specific procedure based on superresolution ESPRIT-2D algorithm was used [21].
We chose to analyze two parameters of autonomic activity: HRV and HRR, since each appears to be independently linked to cardiac-autonomic control (7).
In HRR [23] binding is performed by means of circular convolution
The results are important because research shows individuals with a healthy HRR live longer than those with an abnormal HRR, in which the heart takes longer to slow down to a normal rate.