Not sure what you are wanting to know.
Each individual may have various pulse and
resp. characteristics. Average pulse may be 60-80. If that person is COPD, their pulse
is usually irregular - usually higher-
88-112 and have resp. of 24- 38. Others with
decreased cardiac output may have a pulse
rate 56-64 with resp. 16-18. It depends mainly on over-all medical conditions and back ground as well as medication they are
presently on. Lanoxin will help keep pulse rate fairly wnl but if you check pulse a varous times of the day- you will see a difference - either high or low.
This probably isn't much to go on, but it really depends on each individual and their medical history.