Systolic blood pressure 115, diastolic blood pressure 90 is clamp blood pressure?

Hello doctor. Please tell me I am being treated for high blood pressure. The systolic blood pressure is about 115 but the diastolic pressure is about 90. So the systolic blood pressure is 115, the diastolic blood pressure is 90, is it clamp blood pressure? Thank you.
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Usually the difference between systolic and diastolic blood pressure is 30mmHg or more. As people age, diastolic blood pressure tends to be low, reflecting hardening of the arteries. Young people tend to have higher diastolic blood pressure than old people, so the difference between the two blood pressures is smaller. You are being treated for hypertension and your diastolic blood pressure is still around 90, that is still high, so it should be back to 80. You need to see a cardiologist for further adjustment for long-term heart health.
You can go to the hospitals of Vinmec Health System nationwide for a more thorough examination and consultation. Thank you for trusting to send the question of systolic blood pressure 115, diastolic blood pressure 90 is clamp blood pressure not to Vinmec.

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Answered by Specialist Doctor II Nguyen Bang Phong - Internal Medicine - Interventional Cardiology cum Head of Heart Failure Clinic - Cardiovascular Center - Vinmec Times City International Hospital.


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