A bounding pulse is a rapid pulse that is also very strong in each of its pulses. The pulse is actually visible to the naked eye at various locations. This can occur in various normal situations (e.g. heavy exercise, severe anxiety), but may also indicate a disorder. Bounding pulse
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Causes of a bounding pulse include:
- Normal. A visible and strong pulse can be normal, especially in children and infants.
- Heavy exercise or exertion
- Severe anxiety (e.g. anxiety attack, panic attack)
- Fever. A fever may cause pulse ...
Causes List for Bounding pulse
Possible causes of Bounding pulse (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- Acute Cholecystitis (rapid heartbeat)
- Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (Rapid pulse)
- Acute intermittent porphyria (rapid heartbeat)
- Acute pancreatitis (rapid pulse)
- Adrenal Insufficiency (Rapid pulse)
- Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (Rapid pulse)
- Agoraphobia (rapid heartbeat)
- Alcohol Withdrawal (Rapid pulse)
- Alcohol intoxication (Rapid pulse) ...
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