What indicators of blood pressure indicate hypotension and hypertension? What changes in the cardiovascular system can be associated with both indicators.
Hypotension – a persistent decrease in blood pressure (blood pressure) to marks lower than 20% of the usual value, or to marks 90/60 mm. Hg and below.
The diagnosis of “grade 1 hypertension” is made if the blood pressure indicators are kept at a level of 140/90 to 160/100 mm RT. Art. and higher.
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