In what condition/ disease, heart rate is not equal to pulse rate?

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The most common causes for a weak or absent pulse are cardiac arrest and shock. Cardiac arrest occurs when someone's heart stops beating. Shock happens when blood flow is reduced to vital organs. This causes a weak pulse, rapid heartbeat, shallow breathing, and unconsciousness.

the heart may not efficiently push blood through the body with each contraction. These individuals have a pulse that is lower than their heart rate.

PULSE MAINLY DONE BY RADIAL ARTERY ..... SO , ANY ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN RADIAL ARTERY LEAD TO CHANGE IN HEART RATE & PULSE RATE AT RADIAL ARTERY

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