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.
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HRR gene mutations occur in approximately 25% of men diagnosed with mCRPC within which BRCA 1/2 and ATM form the majority.
The HRR was calculated as the reduction in HR from peak exercise to the 30th s (HRR 30), 1st min (HRR 1), 2nd min (HRR 2), 3rd min (HRR 3), and 5th min (HRR 5).
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We matched hospitals between the HIMSS survey and the AHA General Survey, and used the HRR identifiers and number of Medicare discharges for each hospital to produce another measure of the percentage of Medicare discharges in an HRR from hospitals that reported the equivalent of MU Stage 1.
The critical velocity required to resist smoke backlayering increases with the increase in the HRR of the fire but levels off at about 3 m/s (9.8 ft/s) for large fires greater than 100 MW (94800 BTU/s).
The proposed scheme, taking full advantage of the signal structure to achieve HRR performance with low computational complexity, is also provided on the receiver end.
Consequently, it is necessary to determine if HRV and HRR are specifically related to several subjective indicators of recovery status (muscle soreness, hydration status, sleep quality and quantity as well as pre-competition mood states) for different match periods in male, elite, African, singles badminton players.
For example, some individuals may enjoy light intensity exercise (20-39% HRR; ACSM, 2014).
Cardiac parasympathetic reactivation function immediately after exercise corresponds to the heart rate decline (number of beats lost per minute) also called heart rate recovery (HRR) and this tool is considered as a good marker of physical fitness level in intermittent sports such as soccer (1, 14), in a better proportion than heart-rate variability (16).
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