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mmHg

Abbreviation for millimeters of mercury (torr).

mmHg

millimetres of mercury

mmHg,

n millimeters of mercury; unit of pressure measurement.

mmHg

millimeters of mercury; a unit of pressure.
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To be considered for the study, patients were required to have a systolic blood pressure greater than or equal to 160 mmHg (150 mmHg for patients with type 2 diabetes).
En las 3 primeras sesiones el flujo sanguineo efectivo se prescribira en funcion del protocolo de nuestra unidad en el que Qb efectivo se considera optimo cuando es el maximo que permite el acceso vascular sin colapsos arteriales, sin superar una presion arterial de -200 mmHg, una presion venosa de +200 mmHg y una tasa de recirculacion menor del 15%, con canulacion del acceso con agujas de 15G.
The difference in both systolic and diastolic BP > 10 mmHg between the clinic and control BP was significantly greater at CHC 2 than CHC 1 (28% v.
Subjects who initially had high-normal blood pressure were more likely to experience a cardiovascular event during the follow-up than those with blood pressure below 130 mmHg systolic and 85 mmHg diastolic were.
At baseline the randomized treatment and control patients had similar high blood pressures: 178/97 mmHg and 178/98 mmHg, respectively, despite both receiving an average daily regimen of five antihypertensive medications.
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There was a significant decrease in post-1 MVC with 121 and 147 mmHg (32 and 39%, respectively) compared with control (17%).
Gaziano suggests that a 45-year-old male with no risk factors has a 2% chance of developing a CVS event in the next 10 years and will ultimately require therapy according to the SAH Guideline, whereas a 55-year-old smoker with a low-density lipoprotein/high-density lipoprotein (LDL/HDL) cholesterol ratio of 6, and BP 139/84 mmHg, would not be treated according to the Guideline because he is at low risk, whereas his actual risk is 25% in the next 10 years.
National recommends that you consult with your doctor before wearing compression stockings above 30 mmHg, if you have arterial circulation problems, or if you intend to use compression stockings as a treatment and preventative for diabetics from developing venous or arterial ulcers in their lower legs.
Diastolic blood pressure was also lower in the mindfulness-based intervention group: a reduction of nearly 2 mmHg, compared with an increase of 1 mmHg in the control group.
Most Sigvaris stockings are available in compressions from 15 to 20 mmHg, 20 to 30 mmHg, 30 to 40 mmHg and 40 to 50 mmHg.