heart rate variability


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heart rate variability

Abbreviation: HRV
Spontaneous fluctuations above and below the mean heart rate. A reduced HRV is associated with an increased incidence of total mortality and cardiac events in post-myocardial infarction patients, as well as in apparently healthy individuals, esp. older persons.
See also: variability
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(2016) High-intensity intermittent exercise and its effects on heart rate variability and subsequent strength performance.
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Caption: Figure 1--Untransformed values of heart rate variability parameters among ARVC affected (>1,000 VPCs/24 hour; n=14) and unaffected (< 20 VPCs/24-hour; n=28) Boxer dogs.
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"This is important, because we have, in other studies, found that depression is associated with lower heart rate variability, as you might expect," he said.
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Further study indicated that acupuncture different side Neiguan (PC6) had the different effect on the heart rate variability, which means that PC6 also has the laterality [10].