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Can you tell me the normal heart rate and blood pressure?
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Dr. Eric Toloza
Surgery - Thoracic
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Varies per person
But normal heart rate at rest should be between 60-90 and blood pressure should be between 90-140 systolic over 60-90 diastolic .
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In brief: Varies per person
But normal heart rate at rest should be between 60-90 and blood pressure should be between 90-140 systolic over 60-90 diastolic .
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Dr. Eric Toloza
Dr. Eric Toloza
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Dr. Edward Hoffer
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: 120/80, 50-90
A textbook normal BP is 120/80 in adults; children and young women are often lower than this.
BP may be elevated with exertion or anxiety. There is no absolute cut-off for high, but most agree that 140/90 or higher is too high. The resting pulse is usually 60-70 in adults, faster in children, and slower in very fit individuals. The "normal" range was formerly said to be 60-100 but now 50-90.

In brief: 120/80, 50-90
A textbook normal BP is 120/80 in adults; children and young women are often lower than this.
BP may be elevated with exertion or anxiety. There is no absolute cut-off for high, but most agree that 140/90 or higher is too high. The resting pulse is usually 60-70 in adults, faster in children, and slower in very fit individuals. The "normal" range was formerly said to be 60-100 but now 50-90.
Dr. Edward Hoffer
Dr. Edward Hoffer
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