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Pulse Rates

Normal Pulse Rates (Beats/minute at rest)

Adults 60-100
Adolescent 11-14 60-105
School age 6-10 70-110
Preschooler 3-5 80-120
Toddler 1-3 80-130
Infant 6-12 months 80-140
Infant 0-5 months 90-140
Newborn 120-160
Rapid, Regular, and Full Exertion, fright, fever, high blood presure,first stage of blood loss
Rapid, regular, and thready Shock, later stages of blood loss
Slow Head injury, drugs, some poisons, some heart problems, lack of oxygen in children
No Pulse Cardiac arrest (clinical death)
Infant/Children High Pulse Not as great a concern as low pulse.
Infant/Children Low Pulse A low pulse may indicate imminent cardiac arrest.
Created by: Jissme