What Is a Normal Heart Rate for a Child?

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The normal heart pulse rate for a child depends on the child's age. For an infant child who is less than one year old the normal heart rate is 100 and 160 beats per minute. For kids aged between one year and ten years the normal heart rate is between 70 and 120 beats per minute. Teenagers usually have a normal heart rate of between 60 to 100 beats per minute. Normally the heart rate for girls tends to have slower pulse rates than boys.
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The normal heart rate for a child of ages 6-15 at rest is 70-100 beats per minute. It is measured by taking the pulse, which is the number of heartbeats per minute. Measuring the pulse gives us useful information about your health. A change in normal heart rate can indicate a medical condition for example a fast pulse may signal an infection.
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The average heart rate for a healthy adult is between 60-100 beats per minute(bpm) This rate can vary due to health issues and physical fitness.
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About 80-120 beats per minute.
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A child between the ages of 1-3 years typically has a resting heart rate of
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Checking your heart rate is a simple test that can be done anywhere. The pulse can be taken by pressing two fingers over the inside of the wrist or on the side of your neck below
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