if your heart rate is 110 and you are not a baby, you better be exercising or you have a problem in general.
A pulse rate of 120 would alarm me even if I was doing aerobics. A sustained one of 110 resting would send me to the ER. Too bad the blood pressure isn't known.
With both heart and stroke issues there is something known as the "Golden Hour". Get the patient to medical care within that time and their recovery chances improve dramatically. Outside that window and the prospects for a good recovery diminish, with even survival in doubt. Of course with a "widow maker" heart attack (sudden blockage of the Left Anterior Descending artery, or LAD, which supplies the left ventricle) the person may have only 5 minutes to live without immediate attention.
My husband had a stroke in front of me. I instantly recognized what it was. Fortunately we have excellent EMS response here. I could hear the sirens outside while I was still on the phone.
In the ER the doctor told me they could use more aggressive & effective methods if they were certain of the time of the stroke. I thought a moment, and pulled out my iPhone. I showed him when I called 911, the time stamp indicating it was only 30 minutes earlier. And said he'd had no previous symptoms, we'd been out shopping and had just returned home.
Great, the doctor said. We don't often get such a precise establishment of the time. They began the more aggressive treatment. My husband started to come around, but then he had a SECOND stroke, right in the ER. I went out into the hall and called for the doctors. Had he been alone somewhere these things would have killed him, there was no question. A later brain MRI showed these were 2 major blockages.
But caught early, and where they hit in his brain, he not only survived, he has no residuals to this day. No speech problems, no weakness, no balance issues, no nothing. Even his neurologists are astonished. When he tells people about it I say that any speech impediment you hear today is because he's an Italian from Boston. He smacks me. He loves to smack me.
I have a similar story about his near heart attack (some doctors say he DID have a heart attack). But it's also long, not today. Point is, you don't delay, and you take a "worst case scenario". That might be the thing to do here.