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Lab Part 2: Virtual Blood Pressure Lab (30 points)
Chapter 17
Blood pressure is the “silent killer.” There are some risk factors that we can control and some that we cannot. In this lab, you will see the effects of various controllable and non-controllable risk factors regarding blood pressure.
Instructions:
Go to: XXXXX XXXXX: Blood Pressure
(http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/virtual_labs/BL_08/BL_08.html)
1. Question 1: Click Gender and select Female. Then click Age Range and select 11-17. Now click Measure Blood Pressure on the right side of the screen.
2. Questions 2-5: Click on each individual person to view their information, and respond to the questions.
3. Questions 6-10: Click Gender and select Male. Then click Age Range and select 45-54. Now click Measure Blood Pressure on the right side of the screen.

Questions:
Questions 1-10 are short answer questions and should be answered in complete sentences. Each question is worth 3 points for a total of 30 points.
1. What is the average blood pressure for females between the ages of 11-17?
2. Are all of the females in this group within the optimal blood pressure range? (You can view this information by clicking on each individual person.)
3. What is the medical record number of the female with the highest blood pressure in this group, and what is her blood pressure?
4. Overall, what are the risk factors of the females in this group?
5. Would you consider that this group of females is relatively healthy in terms of their blood pressure? Briefly explain your answer.
6. What is the average blood pressure for males between the ages of 45-54?
7. How many males in this group have hypertension?
8. What is the medical record number of the males in this group with the highest blood pressure? What is his blood pressure?
9. Overall, what are the risk factors of the males in this group?
10. What advice would you give to the males to this group in order to attempt to lower their blood pressure?
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