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The frequency per minute of pressure waves propagated along superficial, peripheral arteries, such as the carotid and radial arteries (see pulse). In normal, healthy individuals, the pulse rate and heart rate are identical, but this is not so in patients suffering from some cardiovascular diseases such as arrhythmias.

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