Blood Pressure Chart
Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury and is given as 2 figures – systolic pressure and diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure – the pressure when your heart pushes blood out. Diastolic pressure – the pressure when your heart rests between beats.
High blood pressure is often related to unhealthy lifestyle habits, such as smoking, drinking too much alcohol, being overweight and not exercising enough. Left untreated, high blood pressure can increase your risk of developing a number of serious long-term health conditions, such as coronary heart disease and kidney disease.
Low blood pressure is less common. Some medicines can cause low blood pressure as a side effect. It can also be caused by a number of underlying conditions, including heart failure and dehydration. If blood pressure falls too low, it can cause people to feel dizzy or light-headed and, in extreme cases, can compromise blood flow to the organs.
Typically, a person can keep their blood pressure in the normal range by maintaining a healthy weight through a healthful diet that limits alcohol and salt intake, and by exercising regularly. If they are having trouble with blood pressure, a doctor may be able to prescribe medication to help regulate it.
Available in three distinct design variations, this blood pressure chart provides striking visuals for both teaching purposes and sales. Whether you’re presenting to medical students or developing new medical products, it is sure to keep your audience engaged. This PowerPoint template is ideal for pharmacists, nurses, medical professionals and representatives.
The Blood Pressure Chart template will be useful for healthcare professionals when preparing a patient’s diagnosis. You can present the client’s blood pressure data in a form that is convenient and understandable for him. All slides in this template have all the tools you need to build a professional presentation.
This template can also be used by medical university educators when teaching healthcare professionals. You can describe in detail what types of blood pressure are divided into, what symptoms are for each type, and how to return the blood pressure to normal. You can also imagine which organs and how they affect blood pressure.
Safety instructors can use this template when preparing lectures for company employees. You can add slides of this template to your lecture on first aid and disease prevention. Marketers can use the slides of this template when preparing advertising campaigns for drugs that can reduce or increase blood pressure.
The template has both white and dark black background options. Each slide has a brief text overview of the circulatory system or cardiovascular system. It also includes a diagram representing the flow of blood throughout the human body. If you’re teaching medical students, you can also test their knowledge of the vascular system by asking them to label the diagram. The data visualization also allows for pointing out statistics, key takeaways and notes. The colors, text and shapes are customizable and editable. You can combine slides in this template with other slides in your health care presentation. Blood Pressure Chart template will organically complement your presentations and will be a worthy addition to your collection of professional presentations.