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the pulse is a crucial measure of heart rate. As the heart pumps, the arteries expand and contract, the expansion is caused by an increase in blood pressure, pushing against the elastic walls of the arteries. Each time the heart beats thes, expansions rise and fall in time with the heart as it pumps the blood and then rests as it refills. The pulse is Theo expansion of the arteries. Thes pulsations can be felt at certain parts of the body, where larger arteries run closer to the skin. For instance, the radial arteries found at the wrist and the Koran it arteries found in the neck next to the wind pipe in a clinical setting. The radial polls or the pulse found at the wrist, is commonly recorded in beats or pulses per minute. The pulse of the patient is typically taken when other vital signs air being recorded.