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What is a normal range for diastolic pressure?
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Dr. Mark Rasak
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Less than 80 mmgh
The recommended diastolic bllod pressure is 80 mmgh or less.

In brief: Less than 80 mmgh
The recommended diastolic bllod pressure is 80 mmgh or less.
Dr. Mark Rasak
Dr. Mark Rasak
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Dr. Charles Jost
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Depends
The normal range for a man for diastolic pressure is140/90 where 90 is the diastolic however the new guidelines recommend 130/80 and for diabetic patients with renal disease 120/80 is the maximum. If the diastolic pressure falls below 60 then the patient may have other problems such as aortic insufficiency, severe anemia or chest pain.
However, some normal patients may have 85/60, assymptomatic.

In brief: Depends
The normal range for a man for diastolic pressure is140/90 where 90 is the diastolic however the new guidelines recommend 130/80 and for diabetic patients with renal disease 120/80 is the maximum. If the diastolic pressure falls below 60 then the patient may have other problems such as aortic insufficiency, severe anemia or chest pain.
However, some normal patients may have 85/60, assymptomatic.
Dr. Charles Jost
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
In brief: Up to 90 or so
Lower in kids. In people who feel well, there's no value that's too low.
The body will keep the diastolic pressure just as low as is required to maintain blood flow to all the organs.

In brief: Up to 90 or so
Lower in kids. In people who feel well, there's no value that's too low.
The body will keep the diastolic pressure just as low as is required to maintain blood flow to all the organs.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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