The first step is to find the right vein to take the pulse rate. Most pulse rates are taken from arteries running below the wrist, but there are other parts of the body from which you can take readings such as the carotid artery, the paddle artery, the brachial artery. Finding arteries in these places is much more complicated and requires years of practice. The arteries of the wrist move closer to the surface of the skin, making it easier to find. It gives radial pulse and here is how you can find it.
Step 1: Rotate your left hand so that it is towards the palm.
Step 2: Place the tip of two fingers of your right hand at the bottom of the wrist fold and about one inch long from the base of the thumb.
Step 3: If you place the tip of your finger in the right place, you will be able to hear the beating of your heartbeat. If not, move the tip of your finger a little and try to apply less pressure.
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