School Biology notes: Human circulatory system: Part 5. Monitoring the heart
The human circulatory system Part 5. How can we monitor the performance of the heart? What measurements can we make?
Heart rate, pulse rate, audio examination with stethoscope
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5. Monitoring the performance of the heart
Summary of learning objectives and key words or phrases
Be able to explain what an electrocardiogram ECG is.
Be able describe ways of monitoring heart function and performance.
Be able to describe and understand a heart audio examination with a stethoscope, measurement of heart beat patterns, measuring pulse rate and measurement of blood pressure.
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