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Blood pressure is the force of the blood against the artery walls. High blood pressure (hypertension) andlow blood pressure (hypotension) can both cause cardiovascular problems. Ambulatory blood pressuremonitoring or tilt table tests may beused to diagnose these conditions. There are many types of high bloodpressure, which may be treated with antihypertensive medications, such as diuretics, beta blockers andACE inhibitors.Blood pressure is a physiological variable—like body temperature, respiratory rate, or heart rate. Bloodpressure is not constant throughout the day; each time the heart squeezes and relaxes, there is a new bloodpressure. It increases before awakening and declines with sleep. The level of blood pressure is regulated bythe kidneys, brain, heart, endocrine glands, and blood vessels. In the United States, the actual level of bloodpressure gradually increases from birth to adulthood. Due to difference in diet and activity levels innonindustrialized countries, however, blood pressure does not increase beyond the age of eighteen.Whereas temperature is measured with a thermometer, blood pressure is measured with asphygmomanometer, preferably a mercury sphygmo-manometer, though aneroid and electronic devices aresometimesused.Blood pressure should be measured after a five-minute period of rest, with the back supported and the legsuncrossed. Constrictive clothing should be removed from around the upper arm, which must be resting on atable at heart level. The blood pressure cuff is evenly and snugly applied around the upper arm above theelbow, and a stethoscope is placed over the crease of the elbow. The cuff is inflated to 15 millimeters ofmercury (mmHg) above the point where radial artery pulse (the artery above the thumb at the wrist)disappears. The pressure in the cuff is then slowly released at 2 mmHg per second. The first of twoconsecutive sounds as cuff pressure decreases is called the systolic blood pressure—the pressure to openthe artery occluded with the cuff. The diastolic blood pressure is recorded at the absence of sounds withcontinued deflation of the blood pressure cuff. Blood pressure is generally recorded to the nearest 2 mmHg.For example, a blood pressure of 142/86 mmHg indicates a systolic blood pressure of 142 mmHg and adiastolic blood pressure of 86 mmHg. Pain and emotional disturbance, as well as caffeine, tobacco, andalcohol, can elevate systolic blood pressure

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Blood pressure is the force of the blood against the artery walls. High blood pressure (hypertension) andlow blood pressure (hypotension) can both cause cardiovascular problems. Ambulatory blood pressuremonitoring or tilt table tests may beused to diagnose these conditions. There are many types of high bloodpressure, which may be treated with antihypertensive medications, such as diuretics, beta blockers andACE inhibitors.Blood pressure is a physiological variable—like body temperature,respiratory rate, or heart rate. Bloodpressure is not constant throughout the day; each time the heart squeezes and relaxes, there is a new bloodpressure. It increases before awakening and declines with sleep. The level of blood pressure is regulated bythe kidneys, brain, heart, endocrine glands, and blood vessels. In the United States, the actual level of bloodpressure gradually increases from birth to adulthood. Due to difference in diet and activity levels innonindustrialized countries, however, blood pressure does not increase beyond the age of eighteen.Whereas temperature is measured with a thermometer, blood pressure is measured with asphygmomanometer, preferably a mercury sphygmo-manometer, though aneroid and electronic devices aresometimesused.Blood pressure should be measured after a five-minute period of rest, with the back supported and the legsuncrossed. Constrictive clothing should be removed from around the upper arm, which must be resting on atable at heart level. The blood pressure cuff is evenly and snugly applied around the upper arm above theelbow, and a stethoscope is placed over the crease of the elbow. The cuff is inflated to 15 millimeters ofmercury (mmHg) above the point where radial artery pulse (the artery above the thumb at the wrist)disappears. The pressure in the cuff is then slowly released at 2 mmHg per second. The first of twoconsecutive sounds as cuff pressure decreases is called the systolic blood pressure—the pressure to openthe artery occluded with the cuff. The diastolic blood pressure is recorded at the absence of sounds withcontinued deflation of the blood pressure cuff. Blood pressure is generally recorded to the nearest 2 mmHg.For example, a blood pressure of 142/86 mmHg indicates a systolic blood pressure of 142 mmHg and adiastolic blood pressure of 86 mmHg. Pain and emotional disturbance, as well as caffeine, tobacco, andalcohol, can elevate systolic blood pressure
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