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 Daily Blood Pressure Log

Daily Blood Pressure Log

What is a normal blood pressure range, when logging high blood pressure or low blood pressure?

As a caregiver, you may check blood pressure ranges depending on your patients’ level of care. The higher your blood pressure levels, the more risk you have for other health problems, such as heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.


Keeping a daily log of your patient’s blood pressure will help keep it under control. The Medical Log Book for Caregivers can help you provide a better quality of care.

The Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (2003 Guideline)

  1. Normal (systolic: less than 120 mm Hg) (diastolic: less than 80 mm Hg)

  1. At-Risk -prehypertension (systolic: 120–139 mm Hg) (diastolic: 80–89 mm Hg)

  1. High Blood Pressure -hypertension (systolic: 140 mm Hg or higher) (diastolic: 90 mm Hg or higher)

While caregiving, If you or your patient is diagnosed with high blood pressure, talk with your health care team about your blood pressure levels and how these levels affect your treatment plan.

Patient Care Flow Sheet

Patient Care Flow Sheet

Medical Log Book for Caregivers gives you access to time management solutions to logging your patient's blood pressure every day.

  • Log for Blood Pressure
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  • Log Medication Administered

Medical Log Book for Caregivers

Whether you're taking care of a loved one, friend, or patient, Start taking control of their health today! Learn more on how to get your Medical Log Book for Caregivers.

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