How many PSI of pressure is in your veins?



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    One “atmosphere” of pressure is commonly taken to be 14.7 psi, equivalent to 760 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). So if you take a blood pressure reading of, say, 120/80 (which is mm Hg, assuming a healthy individual), then this would be about 2.32/1.55 psi.

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