HOW RUSH REALLY FEELS ABOUT SANDRA FLUKE

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Update #1

I began taking the Isordil the evening of February 7. My dosage schedule is as follows: 7 am - 5mg, 1 pm - 10mg, 7 pm - 15mg. I have had no angina since beginning the Isordil. My blood pressures and pulse are as follows:

02/07/08 - 2000 hrs - 134/83, 86
02/08/08 - 1400 hrs - 136/85, 72
02/08/08 - 2200 hrs - 138/90, 90
02/09/08 - 1200 hrs - 139/79, 64
02/09/08 - 1500 hrs - 143/80, 68
02/09/08 - 2400 hrs - 106/55, 70
02/10/08 - 1200 hrs - 110/58, 78

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jeff, may I ask what kind of device you use to measure your BP?
Thanks!

Jeff said...

I use an OMRON HEM-609 electronic blood pressure monitor. It fits on the left wrist and is very simple to use. Whenever I go on a medical appointment, I take it with me so I can insure it is calibrated to the reading in the doctor's office. It has never failed to be more or less than 4 mm different than the sphygmomonometer reading in the doctor's office and I have never had to have it recalibrated. I purchased mine in Walmart and they are available in most pharmacies.

Jeff said...

I use an OMRON HEM-609 electronic blood pressure monitor. It fits on the left wrist and is very simple to use. Whenever I go on a medical appointment, I take it with me so I can insure it is calibrated to the reading in the doctor's office. It has never failed to be more or less than 4 mm different than the sphygmomonometer reading in the doctor's office and I have never had to have it recalibrated. I purchased mine in Walmart and they are available in most pharmacies.