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Is A Precise Mathematical Relationship Between Pulse Rate And Systolic Pressure
The systolic blood pressure (the larger or "top" number of a reading) measures the pressure of the blood coursing through a vessel at its peak. It is a function of both how dilated the blood vessels are overall, the amount of blood in those vessels, and the force of squeeze generated by the heart. This number is the primary target ...Read more
What is the most recommended medication for isolated systolic hypertension with. A pulse rate in high 40s. Pulse pressure averages over 100.Male.?
They are independent: They are independent (except when one is zero the other rapidly becomes zero). ...Read more
See below: The jnc vii recommendations are a BP of 135/80 or less is normal. ...Read more
Im 18 and I checked my pressure I got a 77 as a pulse rate. But lately I've been feeling tired and really fatige. Is that normal?
Fatigue: A heart rate of 77 (normal range < 90) is considered normal. Fatigue can be caused by many different issues including lack of sleep or poor sleep hygiene, thyroid problems, stress/depression or other psychological problems. If these symptoms continue, it would be advisable to talk to your doctor for further advice. ...Read more
My pulse rate is normal, but pulse pressure is high. PP is typically around 60 at rest and 70-80 when stressed or after walking. Is this a concen?
Need context: It's hard to determine for your situation. If your pulse rates are abnormal - it lacks clinical context . Fo you have symptoms at your resting rate? Are you on medications like a beta blocker that can affect your heart rate? Remember, we doctors avoid treating numbers- we treat the patient! Try adding more clinical details to your question. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have an autonomic nervous sys disorder. My pulse pressures are >20 all the time. Diastolic is 110-120. Systolic is ~130. Usually my bps r 75/55...
I'm confused: I'm not understanding you. You say that your pulse pressure is >20 all the time but then say your diastolic is 110-120, systolic 130 (this can't be). Please help me understand your question. ...Read more
I am 65, workout every day fast walking for 1 hour.
My pulse pressure is often over 60 and my resting heart rate 45.
Pulse Pressure: The resting pulse pressure in healthy adults, sitting position, is about 30-40 mmhg. The pulse pressure increases with exercise due to increased stroke volume, healthy values being up to pulse pressures of about 100 mmhg, simultaneously as total peripheral resistance drops during exercise. In healthy individuals the pulse pressure will typically return to normal in 10 minutes. ...Read more
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