Question: V. Pulse Rate (Ch 1 BPM) Fill Out The Table Below Using Data Collected From John-07. Once You Have Recorded Data For Three Different Cardiac Cycles, Calculate The Mean. Round Values To Two Decimal Places. Condition Cycle #1 (bpm) Cycle #2 (bpm) Cycle #3 (bpm) Mean (calculated) 1. Using Data From Table 1, Explain The Changes In Heart Rate That Occurred …

Question: V. Pulse Rate (Ch 1 BPM) Fill Out The Table Below Using Data Collected From John-07. Once You Have Recorded Data For Three Different Cardiac Cycles, Calculate The Mean. Round Values To Two Decimal Places. Condition Cycle #1 (bpm) Cycle #2 (bpm) Cycle #3 (bpm) Mean (calculated) 1. Using Data From Table 1, Explain The Changes In Heart Rate That Occurred …

V. Pulse Rate (Ch 1 BPM) Fill out the table below using data collected from John-07. Once you have recorded data for three di

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V. Pulse Rate (Ch 1 BPM) Fill out the table below using data collected from John-07. Once you have recorded data for three different cardiac cycles, calculate the mean. Round values to two decimal places. Condition Cycle #1 (bpm) Cycle #2 (bpm) Cycle #3 (bpm) Mean (calculated) 1. Using data from Table 1, explain the changes in heart rate that occurred between the supine, seated, and after exercise portions of the ECG. Describe the physiological mechanisms causing these changes. Arm Relaxed 50.85 51.06 50.42 50.78 Temperature Change 52.86 52.86 55.56 53.76 53.51 Arm Up 54.30 53.60 52.63 Table 4 Pulse rate measurements under different conditions