After watching this video, try the Practice Activity! Go to http://aheta.org/ispring/index.html

Intended audience: Allied Health Students
Note: Using headphones is highly recommended for this video to pick up the low frequency sounds.

This video teaches students to:
• Identify and interpret the graduation markings on an aneroid sphygmomanometer dial.
• Determine systolic and diastolic blood pressure by reading the dial and listening to Korotkoff sounds.
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Grandmother’s tricks! Takes minutes to lower the blood pressure by the old method of placing feet in warm water and drinking the easy-made drink that involves 2 ingredients; easily obtained from a grocery store and one from your backyard trees, perhaps. Just buy any mineral water and squeeze one large lemon into the mineral water. This method has worked well for my grandmother’s Hypertension for years. Also includes some tips of what foods to avoid, like sodium rich foods, canned foods that are either high in sodium or sugar, alcohol. Video by BeautyHealthTravel Channel.

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