Examples of heartbeat in a Sentence
The patient had a rapid heartbeat.
I'd accept a job offer from that company in a heartbeat.
Recent Examples of heartbeat from the Web
Take your time, tap into what’s truly worth it, and listen in for that heartbeat of pure gold.
Signs of these problems may include changes in eyesight, severe or persistent muscle or joint pains, severe muscle weakness, or low red blood cells (anemia), shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, feeling tired, or chest pain (myocarditis).
One heartbeat, for example, can take about three hours in a supercomputer with almost 1,000 processors.
Republicans in Iowa are advancing a legislative effort to ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, or after about the sixth week of pregnancy.
An appeals court in 2015 struck down efforts in North Dakota to ban most abortions after six weeks, when a fetus develops a detectable heartbeat, and in Arkansas after 12 weeks.
Being a female now is an actual risk factor for strokes in people with [irregular heartbeat].
During a subsequent procedure to correct the irregular heartbeat, his heart was severely damaged; he was placed on the list for a transplant.
Reisacher adds that the heart has histamine receptors, too, so long-term use of antihistamines can lead to an arrhythmia, which is an irregular heartbeat.
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First Known Use of heartbeat
HEARTBEAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heartbeat for English Language Learners
: the action or sound of the heart as it pumps blood
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