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What is the normal blood pressure readings range in age 72yr male person with hypertension?

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Dr. Richard Zimon answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

Age alon: is NOT a "determinant" for Blood Pressure although some increase in systolic pressure may be due to decreased "elasticity" of the AORTA. Generally below 140/90 is still the goal of Hypertension therapy! Hope this helps! Dr Z

Answered 10/7/2019

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