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Parameters of the Patient Monitor
There are 6 conventional parameters include systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, blood oxygen saturation and mean arterial pressure, and are generally used to monitor the vital signs of patients. The changes in the condition can be detected in time through the ECG monitor, and it also has a certain auxiliary role in clinical diagnosis.
1. Systolic blood pressure: the high blood pressure, the systolic blood pressure of normal people should be 90-139mmHg. Lower than 90mmHg is a low blood pressure state, and greater than or equal to 140mmHg is a hypertensive state;
2. Diastolic blood pressure: that is, the low pressure of blood pressure. The diastolic blood pressure of normal people should be 60-89mmHg. Less than 60mmHg is a low blood pressure state, and greater than or equal to 90mmHg is a high blood pressure state. However, it will not be judged solely based on a certain diastolic or systolic blood pressure. Generally, the blood pressure will be analyzed in combination with the systolic blood pressure;
3. Heart rate: The heart rate of a normal person should be in the range of 60-100 beats/min, below 60 beats/min is considered bradycardia, and over 100 beats/min is considered tachycardia;
4. Breathing: that is, the breathing rate. The breathing rate of a normal person should be 16-20 times/min. If it is less than 16 times/min, it means that the breathing is slowed down, and if it is more than 20 times/min, it will enter the state of shortness of breath;
5. Blood oxygen saturation: The blood oxygen saturation of normal people should be above 95%, and the blood oxygen saturation below 95% is a low state, and it is also a condition of hypoxemia;
6. Mean arterial pressure: Mean arterial pressure is calculated from high and low pressures. The mean arterial pressure of normal people should be 70-105mmHg.
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