The normal heart rate for a 16 year old female would be between 60-100 BBM. 54 BPM in a resting state is not unusual. A healthy athletic female may have a lower blood pressure and heart rate than a non athletic female. This is due to the heart being trained, so to speak, in being more efficient.
Answer: The question is very vague. Normal heart beat should be between 60-80 BPM at rest. However, even light exertion could raise it to well over 100. Additionally, some people have faster & slower heart rates which for them is normal. If you are concerned then it is always wise to make an appointment with your GP to discuss this.
Answer: Yes, the average heart rate, or pulse, for an adult is between 60 beats and 100 beats per minute.For your information, infants tend to have the highest rate, followed by children and adolescents. After that, the average rate remains constant regardless of age.Exceptionally trained athletes tend to have a lower resting rate and individuals on certain medications tend to have either a higher or lower pulse depending on the medication.You have a fine pulse :)
Answer: The amount of blood your heart pumps is called Cardiac Output (CO) and is typically measured in Liters Per Minute (LPM).Cardiac Output (LPM) = H.R. x S.V. / 1000H.R. - Heart Rate (beats per minute)S.V. - Stroke Volume (mL) - the volume of blood pumped during one cardiac cycleNormal resting CO is in the range of 4-6 LPM (1-1.5 Gallons Per Minute - GPM). A highly conditioned endurance athlete may generate a CO of up to 30 LPM (7.5 GPM).
Answer: The average heart rate...: newborns-(0-3 months old)100-150 beats per minute infants-(3-6 months old) 90-120 beats per minute infants-(6-12 months old) 80-120 Children- (1-10 years) 70-130 beats per minute Aldults and Children older than 10- 60-100 beats per minute well-trained athletes-40-60 beats per minute
Answer: It depends on the age, health and activity you were doing when the pulse was taken. If sleeping or resting just before the pulse then it would be lower. If taking a heart medicine like Digitalis or Digoxin then the medicine is suppose to slow the heart rate so more blood will be pumped through he heart.
Answer: The resting heart rate for an adult man or woman 26 years of age is 70-75 beats per minute. However this depends a lot on the overall physical conditioning of the person. Well-trained athletes may have resting heart rates as low as 50-55 per minute. Marathon runners have been known to have resting pulse rates of 40 per minute!
Is 39 beats per minute a normal heart rate for a 42 year old male?
Answer: The normal heart rate for every adult (puberty and beyond) can vary differently from place to place. while in nursing school the guidelines have been 60-100 bpm (beats per minute). However this can be different based on someones normal rate which can differ between different conditions and peoples genetics. However 77 is a perfect rate. If youre concerned about your cardiovascular health you may want to consult your PCP and get some labs drawn. Potassium if youre really worried about your heart rate. I am a licensed nurse in both NY and NM.
Answer: It is a bit lower than normal. If you are feeling well and not having any dizziness or shortness of breath it is probably OK. An EKG would tell you for sure. If you are feeling dizzy or have a poor tolerance for exercise then it is a problem no matter what the EKG shows.
Answer: It all depends on how old the fetus is. At the beginning, it is about 80-85, but steadily rises to 155-195 as time goes on. For more information, check this website out. http://www.i-am-pregnant.com/encyclopedia/F/Fetal-Heart-Rate/