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There are two positions for taking your blood pressure measurements: Sitting down - Place your elbow on a table. Using a flat object as support, position your wrist at heart level. Your blood pressure measurement will be too low if you hold your hand too high, or too high if you hold your hand too low. Lying down - Lie on your back. Rest your wrist on a support or cushion with the palm side facing up, position your wrist at heart level. On both of the positions you need to open and relax your hand with the palm facing up (closing your hand will cause inaccurate readings). Do not bend your wrist inward, as bending your wrist will cause inaccurate readings. If possible, empty your bladder before measuring your blood pressure, for a more accurate reading.

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Is 170/70 considered high for a male age 81


an optimal blood pressure level is 120/80mmHg or lower, and high blood pressure is 140/90 mmHg or higher, whatever your age. The lower your blood pressure the lower your risk of heart attack, heart failure, stroke and kidney disease will be. For a blood pressure chart of readings

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What are the signs of kidney problems


"Kidney problems" is a bit non-specific, as it might mean anything from stones to cancer, but it could be found with

- elevated blood pressure
- unusual u r inary habits
- frothy or odd looking u r ine
- swollen legs or ankles
- fatigue
- nausea
- bad breath and a metallic taste in the mouth
- muscle cramps
- pain around the kidney area

Kidney disease is sometimes silent, but there are good tests for it, so if you are concerned, see a doctor.
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What causes high potassium


Often, a report of high blood potassium isn't true hyperkalemia. Instead, it may be caused by the rupture of blood cells in the blood sample during or shortly after the blood draw. The ruptured cells leak their potassium into the sample. This falsely raises the amount of potassium in the blood sample, even though the potassium level in your body is actually normal. When this is suspected, a repeat blood sample is done.
The most common cause of genuinely high potassium (hyperkalemia) is related to your kidneys, such as:
- Acute kidney failure
- Chronic kidney disease
Other causes of hyperkalemia include:
- Addison's disease (adrenal failure)
- Alcoholism or heavy **** use that causes rhabdomyolysis, - a breakdown of muscle fibers that results in the release of -- potassium into the bloodstream
- Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors
- Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs)
- Destruction of red blood cells due to severe injury or burns
- Excessive use of potassium supplements
- Type 1 diabetes

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What should blood pressure be for a 65 year old female?


Like the old guidelines, the new guidelines recommend that adults ages 30 to 59 should get treatment if their blood pressure is above 140/90 mm Hg.

However, the new guidelines do give adults ages 60 and older a bit more leeway. Treatment is not automatically recommended in this age group for people with blood pressures of 140-149/90, unless they have diabetes or kidney disease.



You should discuss this with your health professional and follow their guidance and treatment plan.

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V on one side and numbers 3972 on the other side, what is it?


Pill imprint 3972 V has been identified as Lisinopril 10 mg.

Lisinopril is used in the treatment of high blood pressure; diabetic kidney disease; migraine prevention; coronary artery disease; alport syndrome (and more), and belongs to the drug class angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors. There is positive evidence of human fetal risk during pregnancy. Lisinopril 10 mg is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act.

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What medication do you use for kidney failure ?


These medicines include:




  • Erythropoietin (rhEPO) therapy and iron replacement therapy (iron pills or intravenous iron) for anemia.


  • Medicines for electrolyte imbalances.


  • Diuretics to treat fluid buildup caused by chronic kidney disease.


  • ACE inhibitors and ARBs.





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What Really Is The basis for renal failure?


The many usual factors behind kidney disease are diabetes and high blood pressure (high blood-pressure). Studies show that diabetes causes around half of instances of renal failure, and questionable causes simply over 1 / 4 of instances.

Diabetes
Diabetes is a disorder where the human body doesn't generate enough insulin (type 1 diabetes) or will not make efficient use of it (non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus). Our bodies require velosulin since it reduces the glucose (sugars) in our bloodstream as a way to generate saccharide which supplies us with electricity.

In the event your diabetes isn't well-controlled, an excessive amount of glucose (sugars) may develop in your bloodstream. The sugar may subsequently harm the nephrons (miniature filters), which then, influences the skills of your kidneys to filter waste materials and liquids.

Sort 1 diabetes is more inclined to guide to elimination infection. Approximately between 20-40% of people who have type 1 diabetes may create kidney infection by age fifty.

Elimination infection seldom happens typically in the first ten years of diabetes, and between 15-25 years may move before elimination infection happens. Yet, diabetes might be better restrained, and as therapy options for diabetes enhance, the amount of people who have diabetes who produce elimination infection is slowly dropping.

Hypertension
Blood-pressure is a measure of just how much stress is called for by your center to pump the blood through your veins and arterial vessels. A lot of stress will result in heart condition, and can lead to harm to your own human body's organs.

The root of 90% of cause of kidney stones of large blood-pressure (high blood pressure) are not known, but there is apparently a connection involving the status and overall health, diet and way of life

By getting tension to the little arteries in the kidneys harm is caused by high blood pressure. This stops from operating correctly the selection procedure.

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Does high blood pressures med.cause you to have memory problems? And is there a way to get back off high blood pressure meds.?


As you know from watching television, all medications have many potential side effects. However, having said that, as a working RN for 25 years, I have never heard of blood pressure meds causing memory problems. If anything, it is the other way around: high blood pressure may cause decreased circulation to the brain and therefore possibly cause some memory loss. The thing about blood pressure meds is this: they are very very important! If you allow high blood pressure to go untreated, you can damage your eyes and your kidneys, both which have tons of small blood vessels. You can also wind up having a stroke. Generally, it is unsafe to get off blood pressure medications on your own.

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Is coconut oil good for heart related diseases?


In moderation, it can be very good for preventing heart disease, but moderation is key here. Read this article for more helpful information.

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What range show my BP be in. 50 year old black


There isn't really a normal blood pressure, there is a continuum of blood pressures among ppl at any age (for example, 50). By age 50, about 1/2 of Americans will have a blood pressure that is higher than what cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines have set as targets.
The goal blood pressure for a 50 year old person without any other medical issues is <140/90. People at higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease have correspondingly lower blood pressure targets. People with kidney disease, diabetes or prediabetes (also known as metabolic syndrome), and those with known cardiovascular disease (heart failure or previous heart attack) should have a target blood pressure of <130.80.
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