Blood pressure charts show blood pressure levels and can be used by adults of any age, as these levels do not change with age, according to Blood Pressure UK. Blood pressure should be checked at least every two years, st... More »

Many health organization websites display charts that detail blood pressure readings, including MayoClinic.org, Heart.org and MedicineNet.com. Color-coded charts categorize low, normal and hypertension levels of a systol... More »

www.reference.com Health Medical Ranges & Levels

As of 2015, Hypertension Blood Pressure Center provides a blood pressure chart online for hypotension, which is defined as blood pressure that is below the normal expected for an adult. The chart applies to adult women a... More »

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Blood pressure charts are read by matching the numbers in an individual's blood pressure reading to the appropriate column -- systolic or diastolic -- on the chart, according to the American Heart Association. That match... More »

www.reference.com Health Medical Ranges & Levels

A blood pressure chart that offers average blood pressure levels grouped by age can be found on the Disabled World website. A range of normal blood pressures can be obtained from the American Heart Association and indica... More »

To make a blood pressure chart, record the ratio of the systolic number to the diastolic number (the former on top and the latter on the bottom) and identify if this number falls in the normal, prehypertension, hypertens... More »

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Blood pressure readings usually fall into four classifications — normal (below 120/80), prehypertension (below 139/89), stage 1 hypertension (below 159/99) and stage 2 hypertension (above 160/100), according to the Mayo ... More »