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The heart made a sound called a heartbeat

A heartbeat was the sound that a heart made when it pumped blood through the circulatory system.

In 2266, during Harry Mudd's hearing, the heartbeat rate of the men present in USS Enterprise's briefing room became more rapid due to his lovely companions. This, among other symptoms, was detected when James T. Kirk asked Enterprise's computer to go to sensor probe. Embarrassed, he asked the computer to strike it from the record. (TOS: "Mudd's Women")

Craft described the a pulse-rigger's hydropulse as being similar to that of a heartbeat. (ST: "Calypso")

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