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Blood Pressure Levels in Koreans



The present study was undertaken in an attempt to establish the range of normal blood pressure levels in Koreans. A representative group of the working population, consisting of 39,859 persons (23,834 men and 16,025 women) who were able to work regularly on daily duty and who lived in various parts of the country, was studied, using casual blood pressure readings. The arithmetic mean, the standard deviation and the frequency distribution of the blood pressure readings were determined for each sex and for each age group from five to seventy nine years of age.
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