Underestimation of Subjects' Monitored Radial Pulse Rates following Traumatic Brain Injury


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Abstract

The measurement of heart rate is fundamental to the scientific programming of physical activity. In this analysis, 20 male subjects with traumatic brain injuries underestimated their heart rates as measured by the radial pulse both at rest and after brief, light exercise.

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