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5 results - UCS Category "BEEPMed" - Most at least downloaded

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- Cardiac arrest, electrocardiogram 1
Beeps an electrocardiogram during cardiac arrest. This sound was made on computer. It is a square wave of frequency 475 Hz. UCS Category: BEEPMed. Duration: 00:23.
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- Electrocardiogram 60 Hz
An electrocardiogram beep when the heart beats at 60 Hz Or 60 beats per minute. The resting heart rate is 60 to 80 beats per minute. Learn how to make the sound effects of a heartbeat: www.libertivi.com/lelabodubruiteur_100. UCS Category: BEEPMed. Duration: 00:09.
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- 67 Hz electrocardiogram
67 Hz electrocardiogram. UCS Category: BEEPMed. Duration: 00:09.
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- Heart of Sophie the Giraffe
Heart of Sophie the Giraffe. UCS Category: BEEPMed. Duration: 00:03.
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- Cardiac arrest, electrocardiogram 2
Beeps an electrocardiogram during cardiac arrest. This sound was made on computer. It is a square wave of frequency 835 Hz. UCS Category: BEEPMed. Duration: 00:24.
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