Vital Signs is a song by progressive rock trio Rush from their album Moving Pictures. The song is heavily influenced by both reggae (in the guitar riff) as well as progressive electronica (in its use of sequencers). These dual reggae and electronica influences would carry on into their next studio album, Signals. The song was released as the final single from the Moving Pictures album. It has appeared in Rush's set lists as recently as the 2010-2011 Time Machine Tour.
A live version of "Vital Signs" appeared as the B-side to Rush's "New World Man" single in 1982. (Mercury #76179, US edition).
The song was the inspiration for a Pakistani pop music band of the 1990s, Vital Signs. The band, reportedly, adopted their name after listening to this song.