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What is normal pediatric heart rate?

What is normal pediatric heart rate?

Normal Results Children 1 to 2 years old: 80 to 130 beats per minute. Children 3 to 4 years old: 80 to 120 beats per minute. Children 5 to 6 years old: 75 to 115 beats per minute. Children 7 to 9 years old: 70 to 110 beats per minute.

What is a normal heart rate for a school age child?

Toddler (1-3 years): 90-150 bpm. Preschooler (3-5 years): 80-140 bpm. School-aged child (5-12 years): 70-120 bpm. Adolescent (12-18 years): 60-100 bpm.

What is a normal BPM chart?

Heart rate zones chart

Age Approximate Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) Target heart rate for low to moderate intensity exercise (50-70% of maximum for MHR)
20 200 bpm 100 – 140 bpm
30 190 bpm 95 – 133 bpm
40 180 bpm 90 – 126 bpm
50 170 bpm 85 – 119 bpm

How do you calculate pediatric heart rate?

To check your child’s heart rate, place two fingers on their wrist, below their thumb. Apply gentle pressure until you can feel a slight beat against your fingertips. Count how many beats you feel in 15 seconds. Then multiply that number by 4 to determine your child’s heart rate, which is measured in beats per minute.

What is a bad heart rate for a baby?

For example, a heart rate of 130 to 150 beats per minute is normal for a newborn infant, but it would be considered fast for a school age child. An athletic teenager may have a heart rate of 50 at rest but could have heart rate of 180 during heavy exercise.

What are normal vital signs for a 7 year old?

School-age (6 to 11 years old) The average vital signs of a child who is 6 to 11 years old are: heart rate: 75 to 118 beats per minute. respiratory rate: 18 to 25 breaths per minute. blood pressure: systolic 97 to 120, diastolic 57 to 80.

What is normal BP for a child?

Vital signs: Normal blood pressure (mmHg) (PICU chart)

Age Systolic Diastolic
Toddler 95–105 53–66
Preschooler 95–110 56–70
School–Aged Child 97–112 57–71
Adolescent 112–128 66–80