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Clinical Relevance Of Measuring Resting Heart Rate

Source: Philips Respironics
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Resting heart rate (RHR) is the number of times the heart beats per minute when at rest, in a neutrally temperate environment without any recent exertion or stimulation. Resting heart rate may change with age and has been identified as both a risk factor and a modifiable treatment outcome, especially in lifestyle-related chronic disease. Monitoring RHR and prevention of long-term increases in RHR may aid to reduce the risks of adverse health outcomes.

Read how heart rate monitoring is a clinical parameter that can be simple to measure, easy to collect and interpret, and involves low costs.

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