I droped down for you my weekly blood pressure and the paper needs to be 6 pages and APA style. Include a definition of blood pressure. Explain systole vs diastole and unit of measurement used Define MAP. Explain why MAP is important and how MAP is calculated Explain how blood pressure is an indicator for health.State the range for normal blood pressure, Explain risks of hypertension, hypotension, and state ranges State the purpose of the experiment. Describe how blood pressure was collected: manually (explain the procedure); computer interface describe the equipment used Describe body position Be thorough in your description. Indicate how often blood pressure was collected. You should have at least 1 data points, one for each week (weeks 1Results must be presented in a typed table, similar to Table 1 on page 7 in your lab manual(3 pts) except for the comments column Make sure your table is labeled A visual representation of systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, and MAP must be displayed in a line graph (1 line for SP, 1 for DP, 1 for MAP) Make sure your graph is labeled Table and graph should be followed by a written presentation of your results (SBP = 2 pts; DBP = 2 pts;MAP = 2 pts; Indicate ranges (SBP =1 pt; DBP = 1 pt; MAP = 1 pt) report when your blood pressure was the highest, the lowest not why. Explain how the following factors have physiological effects on blood pressure: caffeine (4pts); nicotine (4pts); salt (4pts); potassium (4pts); calcium (4pts)stress (hormones 8 pts); exercise(4 pts) Interpret your data: identify the factor(s) that affected your blood pressure (4 pts). With conclusion refrences and correct grammer and spelling please
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