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Need help. Is 100/20 blood pressure normal for human?

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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Blood pressure

The diastolic pressure of 20 would be distinctly abnormal and unlikely to be seen in a living person.
It takes a reasonable diastolic pressure to perfuse the coronary arteries and 20mmhg would be cutting it very close.

In brief: Blood pressure

The diastolic pressure of 20 would be distinctly abnormal and unlikely to be seen in a living person.
It takes a reasonable diastolic pressure to perfuse the coronary arteries and 20mmhg would be cutting it very close.
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