Blood pressure readings that are normal
Pressure readings that are higher than normal are significant for a patient's overall diagnosis.
my son is 4 years old what is a normal blood pressure for him.
Normal human daily Blood Pressure Range can vary widely, so any single blood pressure monitor reading is not reliable. BP monitor readings must be taken at different times of day, to determine AVERAGE blood pressure levels over time. What is important is your AVERAGE BP, or MAP (Mean Arterial Pressure) over time. Or, where are those numbers sitting MOST of the time? Normal MAP is about 93 mm of mercury.
It is totally normal for blood pressure readings to fluctuate throughout the day, even in healthy individuals. If readings are consistently high or low then the best advice would be to consult a doctor.
Varies due to ambient temperature - need a chart for accurate readings
A normal blood pressure is between 120 and 150. Blood pressure readings do change with age, as you normally start to develop heart problems (especially in men). However, this change will be gradual, and your body will adapt to it. You will often notice no signs of high blood pressure until your next trip to the doctor.
At normal pressure, it is 356.7 deg C.
The reading is as x mm of mercury, as this is the amount of mercury the pressure can hold up - against gravity - when the pressure is tested using any necessary equipment
I found this on http://healthfullife.umdnj.edu - Optimum blood pressure - less than 120 millimeters of mercury systolic and less than 80 millimeters of mercury diastolic - Normal blood pressure - 120 to 129 millimeters of mercury systolic, 80 to 84 millimeters of mercury diastolic - High normal - 130 to 139 millimeters of mercury systolic, 85 to 89 millimeters of mercury diastolic
Normal blood pressure is measured by two numbers that represent how much mercury is in your blood. A completely normal blood pressure reads: Below 120 / below 80.
Blood pressure is read in two parts, diastolic and systolic. It is documented as diastolic/systolic, example, a normal blood pressure is 120/80.
mercury is the only metal that is a liquid at normal temp. and pressure
Mercury at normal temperature and pressure is a liquid and will not hold a magnetic field - so it cannot be magnetized.
762mm of mercury, 1000Mb
The normal partial pressure of oxygen in arterial blood is 75-100 millimeters of mercury. In comparison the partial pressure of oxygen at sea level is 750 millimeters of mercury.
Normal blood pressure for an adult male is below 120 over 80. Readings between 140-159 over 90-99 is considered stage one hypertension.
29.92 inches of mercury or 1 atmosphere or 1013.25 millibars or 1013.25 hectoPascals or 760 millimeter mercury
For decades physicians looked at "120/80" as the ideal normal. More recently slightly lower readings like "110/70" are looked upon as healthy and in "normal" range.
blood pressure at a normal range is 120/80, on average. Readings above this moves beyond the normal range towards hypertension (high blood pressure). The further away from the norm reading the increase in health risks. It is advisable to go to your GP and have your blood pressure checked.
I'm 20 years old (5'4") and my usual resting blood pressure is around 100/69, but the women in family have a history of relatively low blood pressure readings. Generally anything below 120/80 is pretty normal.
The normal phase of mercury is liquid.