Blood Pressure

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Systolic blood pressure is the force of blood in the arteries during a heartbeat pulse.

  • A normal systolic number is below 120 mm/Hg (mercury).

Diastolic blood pressure is the force in between pulses.

  • A normal diastolic blood pressure is below 80 mm/Hg.[1]

mmHg, or a millimeter of mercury, defined as the extra pressure a column of mercury one milimetre high generates.

  • One mmHg is equal to 133.322387415 pascals.

Brandon's Systolic Intervention

Date Sys (mmHg) Dia (mmHg) Pulse (/min.) Weight (lbs) Comments/Time of Day
02/09/16 148 94 - - After running
02/09/16 173 106 - - After coffee
02/09/16 161 103 - - 1500
02/10/16 149 96 77 - 0952
02/10/16 149 92 106 - 1106
02/10/16 153 93 100 199.2 1452
04/04/17 159 97 81

References

  1. http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/HighBloodPressure/AboutHighBloodPressure/Understanding-Blood-Pressure-Readings_UCM_301764_Article.jsp