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Patient Evaluation

Hemodynamics/Blood Pressure

Hemodynamics Blood Pressure/Systolic, Diastolic Mean Arterial Pressure - systolic, diastolic and mean arterial pressure (MAP) are monitored continuously by using an indwelling arterial catheter with a pressure transducer.
Hemodynamics Blood Pressure/Adult Normal Pressure - Systolic = 120mmHg - Diastolic = 80mmHg - Mean = 93mmHg
Hemodynamics Mean Arterial Pressure/ Calculation -( 2X diastolic + systolic ---------------------------------- 3
Hemodynamics Formula Explained - because the heart spends twice as much time in diastole than systole. - the formula for mean pressure is 2 parts diastole + 1 part systole divided by 3
Created by: sukar