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Is 130 over 79 and 93 pulse bad???

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Is 130 over 79 and 93 hart pulse bad?
asked Dec 1, 2012 in Hypertension by anonymous
recategorized Dec 2, 2012 by Richard S
   

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130 Systolic and 79 Diastolic is not considered a high reading however it is recommended that the difference between these two numbers be within 50 points  The recommended reading is 115/80  The average human heart beats 72 times per minute.  Women generally have higher pulse rates.  93 is below the threshold of tachycardia.  Therefore, 93 is a high normal reading.  A pulse of 100 beats per minute is considered tachycardia.
answered Feb 18, 2013 by Manswerwhiz Inquisitive Expert (8,540 points)

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