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In which position-sitting, lying down, or standing-is the blood pressure normally highest? Lowest? Explain why.

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Relation of Arterial Blood Pressure to Posture

the Arterial Blood Pressure is somewhat higher in the Standing than in sitting and lowest in recumbency ( = lying down ) the diastolic pressure is always and definitely higher in standing and lowered in the recumbency ( lying down ).

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