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Is a pulse of 54 too low

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Have low pulse rate and blood pressure. What is the reason?

I had a blood pressure test today,prior to donating blood. The reading was; 143/54, with a pulse rate of 36. This was deemed to be too low a pulse rate, for donating blood. What are some ...
 

What causes normal blood pressure but low pulse?

and the reading was 108/71 pulse 52 on a wrist monitor. On an arm monitor it was 132/67 pulse 54. I have not taken ...
 

Is 56 too low for Diastolic?

IS 56 TOO LOW FOR DIASTOLIC ...
 

Diastolic rate is 60. Is that too low?

My diastolic rate is in the 60,s is that too low ...
 

What should be normal pulse rate?

, so i did, i'm back in sinas rythem but my rate is between 55 and 60 a min is this too low ...
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Is a pulse reading in the 50s too low ?

Is a pulse reading in the 50s too low? ...
 

Pulse is between 54-56 and have high blood pressure

My pulse is between 54-56 and I have high blood pressure. Is there a connection? Is it bad to have sucha low? My pulse is between 54-56 and I have high blood pressure. Is there a connection? Is it bad ...
 

Have low pulse rate. Tests done. What could be the cause and the remedy?

Hi, I just gave blood again today but this time they were concerned my pulse rate was too low. BP 117/67 Pulse 46 Hb 133 Weigh 60kg Age this year 54 I walk 4klm 5 to 6 days a week & swim 3/4klm 5 to 6 ...
 

Is a diastolic blood pressure of 59 too low?

is too low. The pulse is like 74, and the systolic is like 124, or 124/59 I am concerned because I am not a doctor, and all I am finding on the web tells me the pulse pressure is too high. I don t feel dizzy ...
 

What is an ideal pulse reading ?

Is a pulse reading of 59 too low? What is an ideal reading.? Is a pulse reading of 59 too low? What is an ideal reading.? ...
 

Low blood pressure and pulse rate. Concerned

hi i am concern abut my blood pressure,its kind of low but right now its 102/56 pulse is 55 is that too low? what can i do? i took some gatorade and it help for a short time, then it got low again ...
 

Is 84/44 pressure with 48 pulse too low in a 70 year old diabetic female?

in my spine. I take two types of blood pressure medicine. My blood pressure is running low 84/44 pulse is 48. Is this too low. Should I take my sotolol blood pressure med or wait until morning and take my ...
 

Can I have congestive heart failure if my pulse is low ?

can I have congestive heart failure if my pulse is low? my pulse was of 54 and i went to the doctor and it was 60 ...
 

Low blood pressure, low pulse rate. Is this emergency?

Hi I notice that my blood pressure is a little low most of the time but not too low to panic me ... t pick up my pulse properly. Anyway my blood pressure was 94/43 with a pulse rate of 53. Is this anything ...
 

My blood pressure is 97/54

It is very low and makes me feel tired at times during the day. I m told it s ok. but not so sure! ...
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I had a procedure done today and my blood pressure is low they seemed shocked it was 88 over 54, is that ok?
If someone is asymptomatic, and kidney is working (urine output normal) mental function normal, not feeling dizzy. Yes it is not necessarily abnormal. Furthermore, mostly if the BP is too low, the heart rate starts going very high as compensation. So.... no other problems, pulse rate normal.... you really wouldn't necessarily have aproblem with that blood pressure.
 
What are thereasons for low pulse
low bp medicines use of analgesics and antipyretics allergy thyroid diorder dehyderation
 
My 10 year old daughter has seizures in her sleep We are getting a pulse oximeter to alert us when her numbers are too low! What # is to low for an SPo2
It should be 100 as normal, up to 96 is acceptable, if it drops further she needs oxygen by mask, and make sure it remain 100.
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