Hi, my father past away in 2003 of an aortic anurisum and the previous year he had shoulder surgery, and in march 2003 is when he found out about his heart ,he was sceduled to have another surgery on ...
His heart is good enough as long as it's actually beating
The average heart rate of a man is 70 beats per minute. Someone mentioned target range, that is only for excercising.
Anything over 100 is considered a tachycardia and should be brought to the doctors attention. Anything less than 60 beats per minute is considered bradycardia and whould be brought to a doctor's attention as well.
this sounds wierd but his target heart range should be 93.0-89.0 bpm
normally should be anywhere between 85 and 110 beats/minute ...could be lower or higher depending......
Depends on how active he is. My grandpa sits on his tush all day long. Many other people are like this. Resting heart rate will probably be around 60 in this case. If he is active, 80-85 would be fine too. Basically, anywhere from 60-85 is a normal resting heart rate. A little lower isn't a big deal and a little higher isn't a big deal either.