Pupils of all ages are keenly interested in how physical and mental stress affects their heart rate. The sensing clip (pleth) can be attached to a finger or ear lobe to measure either blood flow (pulse waveform) or heart rate (beats per minute).
- Heart rate changes due to activity
- Recovery rate
- Pulse rate
- Effect of food (chocolate) or mild stimulants (caffeine)
- Remote logging set up from the computer
- Effect of music on pulse rate
Works best if the test subject keeps the finger with the sensing clip absolutely still.
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Vu Primary Data Logger - ASE Evaluated
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