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DIASTOLIC pressures of 90-109 mmHg are found in about 20 per cent of the middle-aged adult population.
2] of 44 mmHg represented significant respiratory depression.
En el caso de confirmarse esta diferencia, evaluar el impacto sobre el flujo sanguineo efectivo utilizando el mismo protocolo clinico en el que el Qb efectivo se considera optimo cuando es el maximo que permite el acceso vascular sin colapsos arteriales, sin superar una presion arterial de -200 mmHg, una presion venosa de +200 mmHg y una tasa de recirculacion menor del 15%, con canulacion del acceso con agujas de 15G.
All clinic BP readings were recorded to the nearest 10 mmHg mercury.
Individuals with systolic pressure at or above 140 millimeters of mercury (mmHg) or diastolic blood pressure at or above 90 mmHg are considered to have high blood pressure, also called hypertension.
The study showed that, after six months, patients treated with Ardian's device experienced an average drop in blood pressure of 32/12 mmHg compared to an increase in blood pressure of 1/0 mmHg in the control group of patients treated with medical therapy alone (p<0.
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56 mmHg, and diastolic blood pressure by an average 2.
High blood pressure is defined as a repeatedly elevated systolic pressure of 140 mmHg or higher OR a diastolic pressure of 90 mmHg or higher.
2] is about 149 mmHg, but at 2 450 m it is about 108 mmHg, which represents a decrease of about 27.
A series of unilateral elbow flexion muscle contractions (30 repetitive contractions followed by 3 sets x 15 contractions) was performed at 20% of 1RM with varying levels of external compression (0 (without compression), 98, 121, and 147 mmHg external compression) around the upper arm.