Thank you Dr Awais for your compliments. I definately will dig into the monitors but I bet they compute the Systolic Blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure and they calculate the MAP using mean aterial pressure formula we all know about. Not hard to do at all programmatically using a software
With the numbers above explained and how MAP is calculated, it is not so evidence based practice (EBP) to dictate a mean aterial pressure based on age. So many factors come to play and that is why we only deal with a minimum mean aterial pressure of 60mm/Hg.
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