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normotensive

 [nor″mo-ten´siv]
1. characterized by normal tension, tone, or pressure, as by normal blood pressure.
2. a person with normal blood pressure.

nor·mo·ten·sive

(nōr'mō-ten'siv), Avoid the erroneous phrase normal tensive.
Indicating a normal arterial blood pressure.
Synonym(s): normotonic (2)

normotensive

/nor·mo·ten·sive/ (-ten´siv)
1. characterized by normal tone, tension, or pressure, as by normal blood pressure.
2. a person with normal blood pressure.

normotensive

(nôr′mō-tĕn′sĭv)
adj.
Having normal blood pressure; not hypertensive or hypotensive.

nor′mo·ten′sive n.

normotensive

[-ten′siv]
pertaining to the condition of having normal blood pressure. Normal blood pressure is typically 120/80 but may be lower in younger individuals or athletes. normotension, n.

normotensive

adjective Referring to blood pressure which is normal (117/72 mm Hg).  Based on a meta-analysis of 22 published studies analyzing 2638 subjects, the daytime range is 101–143/62–91 mm Hg; the nighttime range is 86–127/48–79 mm Hg.

normotensive

Cardiology adjective Referring to a blood pressure that is normal–117/72 mm Hg; daytime, 122/77; nighttime 106/6, based on metanalysis. See Hypertension, Hypotension.

nor·mo·ten·sive

(nōr'mō-ten'siv)
Indicating a normal arterial blood pressure.
Synonym(s): normotonic (2) .

normotensive

arterial blood pressure of 120/80mmHg

nor·mo·ten·sive

(nōr'mō-ten'siv)
Indicating a normal arterial blood pressure.
Synonym(s): normotonic (2) .

normotensive (nôr´mōten´siv),

adj having or dealing with having normal blood pressure.

normotensive

characterized by normal tension, tone, or pressure, as by normal blood pressure.
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