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Don?t understand what are normal blood pressure readings?

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Dr. Terrence Cohen
Cardiology 48 years experience
120/80 or less: This standard has been moving. It seems that the lowest pressure that is tolerated is best but generally we prefer less than 120/less than 80. Over 130 sytolic or 90 diastolic is undesirable.
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