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mmHg

abbreviation for
(Units) millimetre(s) of mercury (a unit of pressure equal to the pressure that can support a column of mercury 1 millimetre high)
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Following a baseline recording for 15 min, right arm cuff was inflated to 50 mmHg above systolic BP, continuously for 5 min (simulating FMD procedure)7 while recordings continued throughout this period and for 15 min thereafter.
Resting systolic and diastolic blood pressure of subjects were 121 [+ or -] 3 mmHg and 68 [+ or -] 2 mmHg.
1 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE finds an elevated risk of strokes, heart attacks, and heart failure among patients without hypertension but with systolic blood pressure between 130 and 139 mmHg or diastolic pressure between 85 and 89 mmHg.
In a recent study, Canadian researchers found that home blood pressure monitors were not accurate to within 5 mmHg of a standardized mercury monitor in nearly 70 percent of patients, and that arm circumference was a major factor in the accuracy (American Journal of Hypertension, July 2017).
sup][12] In contrast, the 2014 American Society of Hypertension/International Society of Hypertension guidelines suggested that, for patients older than 80 years, the threshold for starting treatment is at levels ≥150/90 mmHg and the treatment target is <150/90 mmHg.
RoclatanTM dosed once daily achieved the primary efficacy endpoint of demonstrating statistical superiority over both latanoprost and RhopressaTM at the primary endpoint range of baseline IOPs from above 20 to below 36 mmHg for each of the nine measured time points.
Bimatoprost is the most recommended first line drug of choice for the cases of POAG, because each 1 mmHg IOP reduction decreases the risk of glaucoma progression by 10% and bimatoprost is more effective than other medications in reducing IOP.
Each syringe was then attached to 23G millennium vitrectomy system and time taken to empty 9 ml of oils at pressures of 40 mmHg and 70 mmHg was noted.
In this prospective, randomized study conducted by multiple surgeons at a single investigational site, 119 open-angle glaucoma, or OAG, subjects with preoperative unmedicated IOP of 22 mmHg to 38 mmHg received one, two or three iStents in a standalone procedure.