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mmHg

Abbreviation for millimeters of mercury (torr).

mmHg,

n millimeters of mercury; unit of pressure measurement.

mmHg

millimeters of mercury; a unit of pressure.
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Afternoon visit (PAK): In afternoon, an increase of 2 mmHg (3%) in DBP, from 70 to 72 mmHg (P less than 0.
2] of 30 mmHg may lead to iatrogenic hyperventilation, hypocapnia and associated cerebral hypoperfusion in a potentially head-injured population where brain perfusion is critical.
RPE during, and arm circumference following, the contraction bout were significantly greater than control compared and the trend was greater with 147 mmHg than with other compressions (Table 1 and 2).
9 mmHg were randomly assigned to active treatment or placebo group.
Aerie's Chief Medical Officer added, "Once-daily RoclatanTM has shown a degree of IOP lowering in Mercury 1 that is quite impressive, especially when considering its ability to bring patient pressures down to levels as low as 8 to 14 mmHg.
The tests were run on pressure settings of 40 mmHg and 70 mmHg respectively for each oil.
Questions arise if you have Stage 1 hypertension: a systolic blood pressure of 130 to 139 mmHg or diastulic pressure of 80 to 89 mmHg.
A BP target of less than 130/80 mmHg, antihypertension medications and lifestyle interventions are recommended for people with confirmed HTN and known CVD, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, an estimated CVD risk of more than 10 percent over 10 years or an initial BP reading of 140/90 mmHg or higher (known as stage 2 HTN).
Immediately after 30 minutes of sauna bathing, the mean systolic blood pressure of participants reduced from 137 mmHg to 130 mmHg, and their diastolic blood pressure from 82 mmHg to 75 mmHg.
Previously, what was considered hypertension or abnormally high blood pressure (BP) was 140/90 mmHg or higher.
Una presion que debe ser controlada, intentando mantenerla en sus valores normales, en adultos 120 mmHg cuando el corazon esta en sus maximas pulsaciones (tension sistolica) y 80 mmHg cuando el corazon se relaja (tension diastolica).