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Normal Pediatric Pulse Rate, Respiratory Rate and Systolic Blood Pressure

The following information is obtained from New York State Health Department and used during initial pediatric assessment in a medical clinic.

Normal Pedriatric Pulse Rate:

  • Infant (<1yr): 100-160
  • Toddler (1-3yr): 90-150
  • Preschooler (4-5yr): 80-140
  • School age (6-12yr): 70-120
  • Adolescent (13-18yr): 60-100
  • Pulses slower in sleeping child / athlete

Normal Pedriatric Respiratory Rate:

  • Infant (<1yr): 30-60
  • Toddler (1-3yr): 24-40
  • Preschooler (4-5yr): 22-34
  • School age( 6-12yr): 18-30
  • Adolescent (13-18yr): 12-20

Lower Limit of Normal Pedriatric Systolic Blood Pressure:

  • Infant (<1yr): >60 (or strong pulses)
  • Toddler (1-3yr): >70 (or strong pulses)
  • Preschooler (4-5yr): >75
  • School age (6-12yr): >80
  • Adolescent (13-18yr): >90
  • Estimated min. SBP >70 + (2 x age in yr)

These numbers are guidelines and they are for initial pediatric assessment only. Other factors must be taken into account when assessing a child.

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