beats per minute


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Noun1.beats per minute - the pace of music measured by the number of beats occurring in 60 secondsbeats per minute - the pace of music measured by the number of beats occurring in 60 seconds
music - musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
tempo, pace - the rate of some repeating event
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Could you explain this paradox: We're told that you should lower your heart rate or you wear out your heart having it beat 80 beats per minute.
Among fetuses with atrial flutter, the median atrial rate of 450 beats per minute did not differ between fetuses with or without hydrops, but hydropic fetuses had a higher median ventricular rate, compared with nonhydropic fetuses: 240 vs.
Initial changes included a mean increase in weight from 82 to 83 kg, a decrease in mean resting heart rate from 72 beats per minute to 68 beats per minute, and a decrease in mean resting systolic blood pressure from 124 to 118mm Hg.
Science knows no end to its sadistic depravity: One chemical was developed that would accelerate victims' heart rates to more than 1,000 beats per minute.
Even when two people each have a heart rate averaging 60 beats per minute (bpm), the heart rate of one might vary from 59 to 61 bpm, while another's swings broadly from 50 to 70 bpm.
The resting pulse rate of British children, aged nine to 11, has increased over the past 30 years by one beat per minute in girls and two beats per minute in boys.
The subjects' average resting heart rate dropped from 81 beats per minute at baseline to 72 beats per minute by the end of the exercise program, a significant change, said Dr.
The gum chewers' heart rates increased by five or six beats per minute, leading one of the researchers to speculate that the brain thereby receives more oxygen and glucose.
Brodsky, of Ben-Gurion University in Israel, put 28 drivers in a simulator and played music ranging from 60 beats per minute to a furious 120 beats per minute.
When regular drummer Rob Merrill took ill, UV flew in from New York and, just hours before the show, learned songs that often exceed 150 beats per minute, stop on a dime and then switch styles.
3 [degrees] C, blood pressure 82/45 mm Hg, pulse rate 100 beats per minute, and respiratory rate 24 breaths per minute).
During treadmill sessions, lobster hearts thumped a maximum of some 80 to 90 beats per minute at all walking speeds tested.