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In the movie venom during the first human trials of the symbiote, the research
team is happy that the patients "vitals are holding steady". This is a reference to
the production team not consulting a single medical professional to find out what
good vital signs look like. burn-away-the-flags--begin-again
'Ah yes, a pulse of 136 And an oxygen saturation of 81%
The ideal levels
E luckyspike
Yes nothing to be concemed about there
Perfectly normal
They said they were holding steady, not that they were holding healthy.
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Patient's vitals are steady.
They're
"And maintaining that state quite well."
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    • a RESTING pulse shouldn't be over 100. If an alien was inside my, my heart would be being pretty fast too. The oxygen is fucked tho
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    • They just didn’t wanna deny that the insides of that guy were being fucked by an alien
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    • Well maybe it’s steady when compared to others with the symbiote
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    • Oxygen saturation should be 92 at minimum and pulse shouldn't be over 100
      Strange 24 jul
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    • As someone who once spent nearly a week straight with almost those EXACT vitals, I can assure you, that's pretty fucking far from ok.
      jackson4w 24 jul
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    • Considering that in previous experiments patients would most likely die outright, they were just happy that he was maintaining survivable vital signs. It meant they were making progress, even if it was less than ideal. If the patient's vitals were perfect, then it would've been a success.
      mrkuno 24 jul
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    • It’s venom, I didn’t watch to be educated, it was an entertaining piece of work, what did you expect? Some deeper meaning like walking out of watching The Lorax...”ah yes, the trees need to protected.”
      Nfruits 24 jul
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    • OK hear me out... They had an alien inside them, probably takes less o2 to live and the human probably is scared as hell therfore increasing heart rate. Venom could also be tapped into his blood making it harder for his resting heart rate to pump fully. Just a thought
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    • I mean, if they were spiking, then holding steady is technically an improvement.
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    • Don’t they put you on oxygen if your saturation levels are below 95?
      Batmane 24 jul
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    • I know someone in the hospital who is alive at 60% saturation and they are doing quite well all things considered. Just because it isn't healthy doesn't mean they're dead you entitled oxygen having heart rate paced bitch.
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    • zerosober 24 jul
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    • Can I get a F in the chat for my fish that drowned today
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    • Hey I mean as long as it’s steady.
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    • At least theyre alive. Oh wait...
      Mrguava 24 jul
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    • But for real there is a difference between stable and within normal limits
      rbquarles 24 jul
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    • Yes because merging with an alien symbiote will definitely have zero affect on your vitals, not like they could account for the fact they've run a shit ton of these test. People like this are fucking stupid
      0VOID0 24 jul
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    • Ok, so I guess I kind of get that his pulse could increase to 130 with his transformation, because like his body is doing a lot of work, but what the hell happened to his blood? Why the hell would venom cause his oxygen saturation to fall to 81%? Does venom invade his hemoglobin, like wtf.
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    • They just looked up a med screen and the systolic and diastolic values were showing so they just used those 😂
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    • What’s the normal oxygen saturation for a human? I thought higher was good cause that means more oxygen in your blood
      Tynneside 25 jul
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    • Yeah we don’t want them to come back when we put the in the coffin again
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    • You guys are literal fucking morons. I work in the medical field and 81% saturation is completely acceptable in ABG. BETWEEN 80-100 is normal. 95-100 is SPO2. 131/80 is completely fine depending on your height and age. What’s not normal is that that number should be MUCH MUCH HIGHER.
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    • My Resting heart rate is usualy around 95-100. And if I go up a flight of stairs It jumps to like ~140. In 6”4 210lbs fairly healthy and only 17 no nicotine no caffeine jsut always running high on bpm
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    • Wait 81 is bad? Bruh I'm always between mid 80s to lower 90s
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    • My oxygen is at 99% every time I get checked
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    • Is that bottom number an O2 sat? Then what are the squiggles next to it? If those are respirations then your homie seems to be severely hyperventilating. Also at 81 I'd go grab an oxygen tank for venom man
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    • They knew that the people would suffer and most would die..how do you think they get to the human trials? Lots of dead mice, chickens, pigs, dogs, monkeys...you name it we got it
      Sedeltiun 24 jul
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    • I don’t know about the oxygen saturation but is t a normal heartbeat between 110 and 120 bpm? So 136 is not that high?
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    • What people are failing to realize is when the symbiote is in the body the needs of the human body changes to conform with the symbiote therefore unless you know the avg “healthy” vitals and needs of the symbiote creatures than all of you are stupid.
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    • I thought that was the blood pressure reading. A BP of 136/81 is not too bad
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    • isnt 81 normal if you are up high though?(not everest high, thats too thin. also never watched Venom so idk if they are ASL or not)
      brothen 27 jul
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    • Zero - how much people even cared. One - People that wanted to brag they could read the machine.
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    • Yeah they said "steady" not "within normal limits" lmao what do you expect when they're stuffing people full of aliens
      Alecator 27 jul
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    • Everyones a fucking expert, 130s is fine, hes obviously scared. If he was having an adrenaline reaction and DIDNT bump up he would have issues. 81? Werent these homeless people? Hes just a smoker. None of these are "BAD" not good ? Yes. But fitting for the situation
      marf1123 26 jul
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    • I take it 136 is a bad number?
      Rustypug 26 jul
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    • "Uh, his heart expoded-" "HE'S STILL MOVIN!!"
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    • Why is I funny so fucked on my phone? Laggy as fuck, I can hardly even type or swipe to the next meme, and every meme is from two fucking days ago.
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    • Asystole is a stable rhythm. Just not the one we want
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    • Venom was a good ass movie
      Ikesdead 26 jul
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    • It's a fictional movie calm down
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    • Bruh o2 sat under 80 is deadly lmao
      Leggitt69 25 jul
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    • 136 bpm is a reasonable heart rate for aerobic activity
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    • At least his heart rate isn’t 200 and o2 levels aren’t 30%
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    • Can I get muhfuggin uhhhhhhhhh HYPOXIC DRIVE
      bitmongol 25 jul
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    • This isn't even that bad. It's prefectly reasonable considering the story.
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    • SnoopDogg 25 jul
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    • As someone who went through Covid, I can tell you my Oxygen level dropped to 84 and my heart rate was at 145 at rest. I went 4 and half days of feeling like I was going to go into cardiac arrest, but I did not die. After knowing what I know, 81 and 136 sounds scary af.
      mrbaby 25 jul
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    • He’s just having sex and has hypoxemia
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    • Lol I think 81% means you could light a match next to the body and it’d expload like a liquid oxygen tank.
      jac600 25 jul
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    • Maybe because it's a fecking MOVIE.
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    • Unless he has COPD and SVT, shit is fucked. If he’s healthy, SpO2 should be >94% and that waveform looks off. Also the heart rate doesn’t match the rhythm on the monitor. The monitor shows NSR but there’s no T wave and the QRS complex is far too narrow. In simple terms just fix the rate and SpO2.
      SaltyEMT 25 jul
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    • also, and hear me out, they have an alien in them and thier vitals would probably level out differently than normal anyways... and thats NOT even throwing in that your over analizing a MOVIE
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    • This is hilarious
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    • Patient had history of afib tachycardia copd and emphysema so ya know perfectly normal to be holding steady there
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    • WTF?!? YOU MEAN THE MOVIE ABOUT A LIVING BLOB OF ALIEN SPACE JIZZ THAT CAN TAKE OVER AND CONTROL HUMANS HAS INACCURACIES???!?
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    • It looks like his EKG is missing T waves also
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    • The 81 is normally 98-100(can't get above 100). When that number is 90, then usually the person requires oxygen. The pulse should only be in the 130s during exercise, otherwise usually 60-100(50s is common too)
      nopaz 25 jul
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    • Tharook is correct. The others are retards.
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    • To be fair. Probably 5% of people watching would actually know this
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    • 136/81... thought that was a blood pressure. Never looked too close at the screen. Those numbers just looked like a bp thats a bit hypertensive but not alarmingly high. Seeing it as hr and o2 now it looks pretty bad. Lol thanks for pointing it out.
      Drewski22 25 jul
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    • When you have SVT so your resting heart rate is usually at a cool 115-125 😂
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    • I’m a random dude laying in bed and I can tell you that it’s a movie ffs. Did you really expect everything to be perfect?
      lax91 25 jul
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    • Really? You couldn’t take fuckin 2 literal minutes to google it on your phone?
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    • 92 and 153 is what I was at last time I was checked lol
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    • How do you correctly say simbiote?
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    • I have a resting heart rate of 105 and have since birth, only side affect is I'll probably die before I retire
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    • 180 BPM is exercise. Considering these people are probably panicking and hyperventilating and in pain. Yeah. That's probably about right where they should be.
      Jls1417 25 jul
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    • How long was this display on screen during the movie? Who notices stuff like this when trying to have a good time? If you can’t suspend disbelief for this scene, wait till you see what else goes on in the movie!
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    • Maybe that’s the data optimal to symbiosis and that’s why they look high is because the symbiote needs that kind of vitals
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    • Ive seen this post like five times now but it makes me laugh EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.
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    • Amateurs, my oxygen saturation stays at 60
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    • I wish my heart was that fast again, now it's a lazy fuck
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    • A 136 pulse is normal for someone in high stress... when I’m working out at max my rate has been at 197
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    • Tharook be right tho. Most test subjects probably have a heart attack. So if he plateaued at those numbers, then he would be holding steady in that situation
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    • I was watching nurse Jackie yesterday and this adult man said he takes a Zoloft prescription of 5mg. The lowest they even prescribe is 25mg
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    • K well he is a symbiote so i mean
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    • Still wasn't venom. Honestly tempted to start a cult following of the last Airbender movie to see how you guys like. Gonna be memes EVERYWHERE MUHUHUH
      moldydog 24 jul
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    • I mean for having an alien inside you id say thats decent
      iBandit 24 jul
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    • Yeah, but normal standards can't apply when dealing with extraterrestrials. Anything steady would be good, because for all they know that WAS the normal for the symbiotes!
      Mashrose 24 jul
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    • No brain function
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    • Also could also mean that's steady for the symbiotes not the person..... not that hard to figure out. Its a fucking comic movie they could have heart rate 200 bad for people but perfect for a fucking alien
      X_tek 24 jul
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    • They said that because thats probably the ideal vitals seeing how theres a fucking alien inside. From failed experiments could've been different numbers and the one shown is the sweet spot
      X_tek 24 jul
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    • They just attached a fucking monster or some shit to a dude, I’m sure “alive” is all they’re going for. Also, 136 is high, but not insane. And honestly pretty good for someone under extreme stress
      loneill97 24 jul
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    • And guess what no one fucking cared tumblertard
      WesIdk 24 jul
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    • The other day my grandma Che ked my brothers blood pressure and his heart rate was 110. So I was like well do me next. Mine was 105 so both me and my brother had a high heart rate at the same time. This isn't important just thought I'd share the weirdness.
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    • Well they were having issues with patients dying due to the parasitic alien. Maybe those are the vitals once the alien is inside the body, and thats why they ended up dying
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    • Doctor. They're all missing. .... Well yeah obviously that's the first thing I noticed. I'm pointing out that... There are no pieces! Of them left! Wherever they are, they are whole.
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    • That is also Ventricular Tachycardia heart rhythmn. You'd have to shock him.
      Raredream 24 jul
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    • I mean, if you're looking for normal human vitals then sure, its fucked. But who knows what the vitals should be in that situation
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    • Oh yes because venom is SO realistic right? Honestly fuck tumblr
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    • It's a movie where an alien is being fused with a human and your concern is believability SHUT THE FUCK UP 🤣🤣🤣
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    • They were steady for someone who had been infested with an alien parasite.
      bruhsagna 24 jul
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    • Jump
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    • Those would be my resting vitals if I knew they were experimenting on me with an alien symbiote too
      medterm 24 jul
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    • Tachycardic and hypoxic
      8racker 24 jul
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    • I mean... Is is steady at an unhealthy amount?
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    • Whats the minimum for oxygen saturation before likely death?
      FieryFang 24 jul
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    • When I was watching this I wasnt looking at The Medical Stats
      NonPCPete 24 jul
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