s heart rate by either palpating their peripheral pulse, by.

s heart rate by either palpating their peripheral pulse, by… Show more (a) It is possible to measure a patient’s heart rate by either palpating their peripheral pulse, by observing their ECG, or by listening for the lub-dup through a stethoscope. However, patients with atherosclerosis of the femoral artery may not have a pulse in the popliteal artery or dorsalis pedis of the foot. Does this mean that they will also lack a heart beat (lub-dup) or QRS complex? Explain the relationship between a heart beat, pulse, and QRS complex. (B) Why is there a delay between systole of the ECG and the resulting pulse felt in the finger (R-Pulse)? • Show less

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