ISBP

(redirected from Initial Systolic Blood Pressure)
AcronymDefinition
ISBPInternational Standard Banking Practice
ISBPInsertion Site-Based Polymorphism
ISBPInternational Society of Blood Purification
ISBPInternational Symposium on Biological Polyesters (est. 1988)
ISBPInternational Society of Breast Pathology
ISBPInternational Society for Bonding Psychotherapy
ISBPIntergenerational School Breakfast Program (New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services)
ISBPInitial Systolic Blood Pressure (cardiovascular medicine)
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The San Francisco Syncope Rule is a commonly used tool (CHESS): C: history of Congestive heart failure; H: Hematocrit < 30 percent; E: abnormal ECG; S: Shortness of breath; S: initial Systolic blood pressure of < 90 mm Hg.
The decision rule has three criteria: a penetrating mechanism of injury, initial systolic blood pressure less than 100 mm Hg, and initial heart rate greater than 100 bpm.
If a patient's initial systolic blood pressure is 150-159, the dental professional will:
Predictors of mortality in patients with upper GI bleeding included older age, medical comorbidity, a finding of bright red blood upon rectal examination or in the nasogastric tube, having a rebleeding episode, and a low initial systolic blood pressure.
Even when the investigators used Cox proportional hazards regression to adjust for potential confounders, such as insulin use in pregnancy, weight change, and initial systolic blood pressure, the link between DMPA and diabetes remained significant.
Precise measurements of the thigh bone revealed that women with an initial systolic blood pressure reading of 148 or more had an average bone-density loss equal to roughly 0.
Predictors of increased mortality risk in patients with upper GI bleeding included older age, medical comorbidity, a finding of bright red blood upon rectal examination or in the nasogastric tube, having a rebleeding episode, and a low initial systolic blood pressure.
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