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Lab 7 Worksheet: Blood Pressure Procedure 1. Click information to read about blood pressure. 2. Answer Lab Questions 11-13 below. 3. To start the experiment, select a gender by clicking and holding down the arrow under gender. 4. Select an age range to test by clicking and holding down the arrow under age range. 5. Ten patients will appear with sphygmomanometers. Click the “Measure Blood Pressure” button to take their blood pressures. 6. Every patient’s systolic and diastolic blood pressure will appear next to him or her. The systolic blood pressure reading will be above the diastolic reading . To see a medical history chart of any patient, click the patient. Examine the medical history chart of any patient whose blood pressure indicates hypertension or who has a significantly higher reading than others in the group and enter his/her “risk factors” in Table 1 under “I” (Health Information). Click the chart to close it. 7. Find the average systolic and diastolic pressure for the group. To calculate the average pressure, add up the systolic readings or diastolic readings in the age group and divide by 10. You may click the “Calculator” button to access the calculator. Record your findings on Table 1 below. Round all numbers to the nearest WHOLE number. 8. Click “Reset” to run the experiment again. Choose a different Gender and/or Age Range. 9. Continue the experiment until you complete Table 1 below. 10. Answer the remaining Lab Questions below. Table 1 *Answers will vary depending on the patients chosen by the computer. S= systolic pressure reading D= diastolic pressure reading 1
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I= health information Male 11-17 Femal e 11- 17 Male 18-24 Female 18-24 Male 25-34 Femal e 25- 34 Male 35-44 Femal e 35- 44 Male 45-54 Female 45-54 Patient 1 S=112 D=72 I=N S=125 D=79 I=N S=126 D=78 I=N S=116 D=75 I=N S=134 D=85 I=N S=115 D=75 I=N S=128 D=80 I=N S=120 D=77 I=N S=128 D=78 I=N S=123 D=78 I=N Patient 2 S=114 D=76 I=FH S=121 D=76 I=FH NX S=126 D=79 I=N S=107 D=69 I=N S=130 D=80 I=S S=112 D=72 I=N S=130 D=80 I=N S=118 D=75 I=N S=144 D=91 I=H NX S=141 D=95 I=H FHSNX Patient 3 S=120 D=80 I=S S=122 D=80 I=NX S=141 D=91 I=H FH/NX S=116 D=75 I=N S=145 D=92 I=H FH S=120 D=80 I=N S=127 D=77 I=N S=120 D=75 I=N S=142 D=92 I=H NX/A S=130 D=77 I=N
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  • Winter '11
  • Dr.Keiter
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