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 Blood pressure is defined as the lateral pressure exerted by the moving column of blood. The blood pressure plays a vital role in exchange of nutrients and gases across the capillaries. The blood pressure fluctuates within a wide range and still remains normal. The normal Systolic/diastolic value of the blood is 100/60 to 140/80. Systolic blood pressure is defined as the maximum B.P in the arteries Attainable during systole and is mainly contributed by Force of heart beat, Normal blood volume and Cardiac output. Diastolic blood pressure is defined as the minimum pressure that is obtained at the end of the ventricular diastole. Pulse pressure denotes the difference between systolic and diastolic pressure. Physiological variation in blood are age, build, climate, diurnal variation, exercise, fever, gestation, high altitude, infusion, pain, posture, sleep and sex.  

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