radial pulse

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Noun1.radial pulse - pulse of the radial artery (felt in the wrist)
heart rate, pulse rate, pulse - the rate at which the heart beats; usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health
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One patient, with a weak radial pulse, was carried by health workers on a 'charpai' to the nearest road from where he was rushed to a health centre on a bike ambulance.
TUESDAY, July 30, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Changes in the harmonics of the radial pulse wave during menopause may reflect cardiovascular risk, according to a study presented at the American Heart Association Basic Cardiovascular Sciences 2019 Scientific Sessions, held from July 29 to Aug.
The oximeter pulse rate displayed on the screen was compared with the simultaneous measurement of the radial pulse obtained by palpation on the other hand to be sure that signals were coincident.[3],[4],[5] If the sensor was not able to track the pulse during the measurement period due to excessive patient motion, no saturation reading was obtained, and a check sensor signal was displayed.[6]
Vital signs per EMS were: heart rate 112 bpm, pulse oximetry 95%, respirations 15, temperature 97.7[degrees] F, blood glucose 172, pupils were equal and reactive, and good radial pulse with capillary refill < 2 sec.
Beginning exactly 1 min after he stops, the radial pulse was taken.
Atrial Fibrillation was defined as a cardiac rhythm disorder characterized by irregularly irregular radial pulse (on examination) and absent P waves as well as irregular R-R intervals on electrocardiography (ECG).
For your radial pulse, place the same fingers on the inside of your wrist.
On examining the peripheral pulses, the right radial pulse was feeble with small volume; all other pulses were well felt.
Gaussian Modelling of Radial Pulse. All the recorded radial pulses were firstly processed to remove baseline drift.
The patient had a strong left radial pulse and brisk capillary refill of the left hand with no tenderness or deformity.
After the patient was fully awake from sedation, a thorough neurovascular exam was obtained (see Supplemental Video 1) which revealed intact sensation and full strength in the median, radial, ulnar, posterior interosseous, and anterior interosseous nerves with a strong 2+ radial pulse. There was no pain with passive range of motion, and his compartments were soft and compressible.