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  • The Pulse Rate Of Heart Rate

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    The present study was carried out in human subjects to measure the pulse rate in terms of heart rate by using heart rate sensor instrument. The heart rate was measured during resting state, after exercise and after watching salamanders. Phobia of particular animals can change the heart rate when approaching scared animals. 11 The results revealed a significant increase in the pulse rate during the exercise as compared to the resting state. A Similar trend was seen after I watched salamanders as well

  • Investigating the Effect of Exercise on Pulse Rate Essay

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    Investigating the Effect of Exercise on Pulse Rate Aim: To see what happens to the pulse rate during exercise. Prediction: I predict that the pulse rate will increase in order to take more oxygen for respiration. The heartbeat will increase and become stronger to transport oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the muscle cells. The breathing rate will increase in order to get rid of the extra waste such as Carbon dioxide. Respiration is the release of energy. Anaerobic

  • Experiment to Determine if Physical Activity Will Increase in Pulse Rate and Blood Pressure

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    approximately equal to the patient’s heart level, pulse palpation began. The left radial artery was visually located. The researcher lightly placed an index and middle finger over the left radial artery and began palpation of the radial pulse for fifteen seconds. The pulse rate was calculated by multiplying the total pulse count for the fifteen second duration by four to determine the heart rate. The rate was recorded as the Post-exercise pulse rate. The earpieces and bell of the stethoscope were

  • CASL CASL uses low-power, continuous RF pulses and requires application of a constant magnetic

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    low-power, continuous RF pulses and requires application of a constant magnetic field gradient in the blood flow direction6, 8, 9, 25. Applying the gradient creates a range of resonant frequencies in the spins along the gradient direction, resulting in inversion of the moving arterial spins while static tissue spins are nulled19. This process is known as flow-driven adiabatic inversion8, 9. To accurately localize inverted spins, a “labeling plane” is established by tuning the RF pulse frequency to match

  • Continuous Discontinuous Pulse Width Modulation Index With Variable Power Factor

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    Inverters Operating at Low Modulation Index with Variable Power Factor Subhadeep Bhattacharya, Student Member, IEEE, Diego Mascarella, Member, IEEE, Geza Joos, Fellow, IEEE, and Jianhong Xu, Member, IEEE Abstract— Conventional three-level discontinuous pulse-width modulation (DPWM) techniques are typically employed in variable frequency drive applications to reduce inverter switching losses and provide maximum benefit for load power factor angles in the range from 30° lagging to 30° leading. This paper

  • Conventional Three Level Discontinuous Pulse Width Modulation Index With Variable Power Factor

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    Inverters Operating at Low Modulation Index with Variable Power Factor Subhadeep Bhattacharya, Student Member, IEEE, Diego Mascarella, Member, IEEE, Geza Joos, Fellow, IEEE, and Jianhong Xu, Member, IEEE Abstract— Conventional three-level discontinuous pulse-width modulation (DPWM) techniques are typically employed in variable frequency drive applications to reduce inverter switching losses and provide maximum benefit for load power factor angles in the range from 30° lagging to 30° leading. This paper

  • PULSE WIDTH MODULATION OBJECTIVE AND SIGNIFICANCE In this project, we would like to study more on

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    PULSE WIDTH MODULATION OBJECTIVE AND SIGNIFICANCE In this project, we would like to study more on pulse width modulation (PWM) technique which is a powerful technique to control analog circuits with digital outputs. For that, we have to understand about digital oscillation and how its width can affect the output of PWM. Example has been provided in manual and simulation forms to improve our knowledge on PWM. We would also like to study the different types of PWM available today. Lastly, we would

  • Pulse Oxymetry

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    PULSE OXIMETRY Submitted by: Joshua Martin Rhoanne Feleo Submitted to: Mrs. Fontanilla Pulse Oximetry What is a Pulse Oximeter? * A Pulse Oximeter is a device used to perform the diagnostic procedure for determining the: * Percentage of hemoglobin (Hb) that is saturated with oxygen The oxygen

  • A Comparative Analysis Of MESFET

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    4.1 Comparative analysis of GaAs MESFET parameters 4.1.1 Comparative analysis of V-I characteristic of MESFET for A1, A2 & A3 device. Fig 16: Comparative analysis of V-I characteristics of MESFET for A1 Device Fig 17: Comparative analysis of V-I characteristics of MESFET for A2 Device Fig 18: Comparative analysis of V-I characteristics of MESFET for A3 Device 4.2.2 Comparative analysis of V-I characteristics of MESFET at different Gate width W and VGS Fig 19: Comparative

  • Essay about Lab Report: Blood Pressure

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    Variables Affecting Human Arterial Pressure and Pulse Rate BIOL-204 Introduction: The woozy feeling when standing up too quickly. After going for a run, feeling as if one more beat and the heart would project itself out of the chest. Or quite the opposite and being in a very relaxed state. These are all changes one experiences at some time or another. What causes the different feelings and how each variable affects pulse rate and blood pressure has many wondering. Because of this curiosity

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