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Table C–1. BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS (MM HG) IN PRETERM AND FULL-TERM NEONATES (DAYS 1–7 AND DAY 30)
Postnatal Day Gestational Age (Noncritically ILL Infants)
≤28 Weeks 29–32 Weeks 33–36 Weeks 37 Weeks

1

Systolic: 38–46

Diastolic: 23–29

Mean: 29–35

Systolic: 42–52

Diastolic: 26–38

Mean: 33–43

Systolic: 51–61

Diastolic: 32–40

Mean: 39–47

Systolic: 57–69

Diastolic: 35–45

Mean: 44–52

2

Systolic: 38–46

Diastolic: 24–32

Mean: 29–37

Systolic: 46–56

Diastolic: 29–39

Mean: 35–45

Systolic: 54–62

Diastolic: 34–42

Mean: 42–48

Systolic: 58–70

Diastolic: 36–46

Mean: 46–54

3

Systolic: 40–48

Diastolic: 25–33

Mean: 30–38

Systolic: 47–59

Diastolic: 30–35

Mean: 37–47

Systolic: 54–64

Diastolic: 35–43

Mean: 42–50

Systolic: 58–71

Diastolic: 37–47

Mean: 46–54

4

Systolic: 41–49

Diastolic: 26–36

Mean: 31–41

Systolic: 50–62

Diastolic: 32–42

Mean: 39–49

Systolic: 56–66

Diastolic: 36–44

Mean: 44–50

Systolic: 61–73

Diastolic: 38–48

Mean: 46–56

5

Systolic: 42–50

Diastolic: 27–37

Mean: 32–42

Systolic: 51–65

Diastolic: 33–43

Mean: 40–50

Systolic: 57–67

Diastolic: 37–45

Mean: 44–52

Systolic: 62–74

Diastolic: 39–49

Mean: 47–57

6

Systolic: 44–52

Diastolic: 30–38

Mean: 35–43

Systolic: 52–66

Diastolic: 35–45

Mean: 41–51

Systolic: 59–69

Diastolic: 37–45

Mean: 45–53

Systolic: 64–76

Diastolic: 40–50

Mean: 48–58

7

Systolic: 47–53

Diastolic: 31–39

Mean: 37–45

Systolic: 53–67

Diastolic: 36–44

Mean: 43–51

Systolic: 60–70

Diastolic: 37–45

Mean: 45–53

Systolic: 66–76

Diastolic: 40–50

Mean: 50–58

30

Systolic: 59–65

Diastolic: 35–49

Mean: 42–56

Systolic: 67–75

Diastolic: 43–53

Mean: 52–60

Systolic: 68–76

Diastolic: 45–55

Mean: 53–60

Systolic: 72–82

Diastolic: 46–54

Mean: 55–63

Data from Pejovic B, Peco-Antic A, Marinkovic-Eric J. Blood pressure in non-critically ill preterm and full-term neonates. Pediatr Nephrol. 2007;22:249-257.

FIGURE C–1.

Mean blood pressure (BP) of all infants 401 to 1000 g during the first 72 hours of life. SD, standard deviation. (Reproduced, with permission, from Fanaroff JM, Wilson-Costello DE, Newman NS, Montpetite MM, Fanaroff AA. Treated hypotension is associated with neonatal morbidity and hearing loss in extremely low birth weight infants. Pediatrics. 2006;117;1131-1135.)

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