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BPMBusiness Process Management
BPMBusiness Process Modeling
BPMBeats Per Minute (heart or music)
BPMBusiness Performance Management
BPMBlood Pressure Monitor (various companies)
BPMBest Practice Methodology
BPMBest Practice Management (various organizations)
BPMBanca Popolare di Milano (Italian bank)
BPMBritish Prime Minister (UK)
BPMBlows Per Minute
BPMBlack Power Movement
BPMBusiness Process Monitor (Hewlett-Packard software)
BPMBeam Position Monitor
BPMBeam Positron Monitoring (imaging)
BPMBeats per Minute
BPMBackup Memory
BPMBroadband Provisioning Manager
BPMBroadband Policy Manager
BPMBreaths Per Minute
BPMBusiness Performance Measurement
BPMBound Printed Matter (US Postal Service)
BPMBeam Propagation Method
BPMBank Pertanian Malaysia
BPMBest Practice Model
BPMBattement par Minute (French: Beats per Minute)
BPMBest Practicable Means
BPMBlack Plastic Mulch
BPMBusiness Planning Meeting (various organizations)
BPMBrushless Permanent Magnet
BPMBalance of Payments Manual
BPMBatch Process Monitor
BPMBarrels Per Minute (flow rate of Oil producing wells)
BPMBasic Perinatal Matrices
BPMBiens Publics Mondiaux (French: Global Public Goods)
BPMBataafse Petroleum Maatschappij (Dutch)
BPMBasic Pleasure Model (band)
BPMBusiness Program Manager
BPMBuchstaben Pro Minute (German: letters per minute)
BPMBorel Probability Measure
BPMBubbles Per Minute
BPMBusiness Process Manual
BPMBirds Per Minute
BPMBirefringent Phase Matching
BPMBytes Per Minute
BPMBuenas Practicas Manufactureras (Guatemala)
BPMBureau de Poste Militaire (Canada Post)
BPMBenefit Policy Manual (Medicare; US DHHS)
BPMBlack Powder Music (France)
BPMBatch Processing Monitor
BPMBills Per Minute (billing software application performance measurement)
BPMBlack ProMist (camera filter)
BPMBiological Production Module
BPMBi-Phase Modulator
BPMBill Payment Machine
BPMBelasting van Personenautos en Motorrijwielen (Dutch automobile tax)
BPMBrigada Policía Militar (Guatemala)
BPMBattery Pack Monitor
BPMBonnes Pratiques Médicales (French: Good Medical Practices)
BPMBasic Parameters Module
BPMBuffer Pool Manager
BPMBackground Processing Management
BPMBathy-Photometer (oceanography)
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Electrocardiogram recorded at age 39 years demonstrated slow atrial flutter at a rate of 210 beats per minute with 2:1 atrioventricular block resulting in a ventricular rate of 105 beats per minute.
A study published in The BMJ found that women age 50 to 64 with the highest RHR (more than 76 beats per minute) were significantly more likely to suffer a coronary event than those with a lower RHR (62 beats per minute).
Another study in The BMJ found that women age 50 to 64 with the highest RHR (more than 76 beats per minute) were significantly more likely to suffer a coronary event than those with a lower RHR (62 beats per minute).
This indicated that the 90-year-old senator was faring well compared to his condition last Friday with a relatively high blood pressure and a pulse rate of 84 beats per minute.
Among the 1,829 men in the study; every increment of 10 beats per minute in resting heart rate at entry into the study was linked with a statistically significant, 16% relative increase in the incidence of heart failure, an association not seen in women.
Among the 1,829 men in the study, every increment of 10 beats per minute in resting heart rate at entry into the study was linked with a statistically significant, 16% relative increase in the incidence of heart failure, an association not seen in women.
A resting heart rate - the number of heart beats per minute - is determined by a person's level of physical fitness, circulating hormones, and the autonomic nervous system.
The baby's heart beat was detected at 5-10 beats per minute and only a short time later no heart beat could be detected."
Heart rates within the normal range (60 to 100 beats per minute) are often shrugged off during a normal yearly checkup.
Mean heart rate began at 82 beats per minute, increased significantly to 86 beats per minute at week 6, and remained at about that rate at 6 months.
This is sex meets shred as Kat (aka classical violinist Katherine Thomas) rips through The Flight Of The Bumble Bee on electric guitar at 300 beats per minute. There's also Ludwig's 5th Symphony, Bach's Brandenburg Concerto and Paganini's Caprice No 24, the latter on six guitars and three violins!
An embryo's crown-rump length and fetal heart rate greater than 100 beats per minute predicted viability at 5-6 weeks post conception in a separate study presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society in Indian Wells, Calif.