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3. In measuring blood pressure: a. Diastolic pressure is measured as blood first reenters the artery b.Systolic pressure is measured when blood flow just returns to normal in the artery c.Blood pressure readings are noted as systolic over diastolic pressure d.All of the above 4.Based on the laboratory activity, evidence shows that as a group: a. Males experience an increased systolic and diastolic pressure with age b.Males experience a decreased systolic and diastolic pressure with age c.Males experience an increased systolic and decreased diastolic pressure with age d.Males experience a decreased systolic and increased diastolic pressure with age e.Males have relatively constant blood pressure with age 5. Based on the laboratory activity, evidence shows that as a group: a.Females experience a decreased systolic and diastolic pressure with age b.Females experience an increased systolic and diastolic pressure with age c.Females experience an increased systolic and decreased diastolic pressure with age d.Females experience a decreased systolic and increased diastolic pressure with age e.Females have relatively constant blood pressure with age 6.On average for both sexes, normal blood pressure is typically defined as: a. 140/60 b.130/95 c.120/80 d.145/80 7. Based on the results of this exercise, which of the following blood pressure readings are significantly above normal, indicating hypertension? a. 122/78 b.130/84 c.129/81 d.None of the above 8. Which of the following information from the medical charts appears to play the least role in determining blood pressure? a. Sex b.Height c.Weight d.Age e.None of the above
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