Mean arterial pressure
Total Peripheral Resistance (TPR) is represented mathematically by the formula:mean arterial pressure
R = ΔP/Q
R is TPR. ΔP is the change in pressure across the systemic circulation from its beginning to its end. Q is the flow through the vasculature (equal to cardiac output)
In other words:
Total Peripheral Resistance = (Mean Arterial Pressure - Mean Venous Pressure) / Cardiac Output
Therefore, Mean arterial pressure can be determined from:
where is the pulse pressure,
At high heart rates is more closely approximated by the arithmetic mean of systolic and diastolic pressures because of the change in shape of the arterial pressure pulse.
For a generalized formula of :
It is believed that a that is greater than 70 mmHg is enough to sustain the organs of the average person. is normally between 65 and 110 mmHg. MAP may be used similarly to Systolic blood pressure in monitoring and treating[clarification needed] for target blood pressure. Both have been shown advantageous targets for sepsis, trauma, stroke, intracranial bleed, and hypertensive emergencies.
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