Blood Pressure Log With Charts is a document that helps you to record your Blood Pressure levels on a monthly basis and analyzes the weekly pressure.
Record keeping of blood pressure level helps you to maintain your levels saving you from any emergency situations.
According to Global Health Observatory (GHO) data, higher blood pressure levels cause around 735 million deaths which are about 12.8% of total death.
First of all, we recommend you to take regular health checkups. God forbid, if by any chance, you are diagnosed with high blood pressure levels then you must record your blood pressure levels regularly.
Blood Pressure Log With Charts Excel Template
We have created a simple and easy to use Blood Pressure Log WIth Charts Excel Template in excel with predefined formulas and conditional formatting. It will automatically mark the high and low levels in red.
Let us discuss the contents of the template in detail.
Contents of Monthly Blood Pressure Log Excel Template
This template consists of 3 sheets:
- Monthly Blood Pressure Log.
- Printable Blood Pressure Log.
- Monthly & Weekly Blood Pressure Analysis Report
1. Monthly Blood Pressure Log
Blood pressure log consists of the 3 sections:
- Patient’s Personal Information
- Blood Pressure Levels
- Monthly Blood Pressure Log
Patient’s Personal Information
The personal information contains details like Patients Name, Consulting Doctor, Age, and Gender. In the extra space, you can also enter the contact numbers of your consulting doctor. In times of emergency, anyone can contact them and get the available help for you.
Blood Pressure Levels
This section consists of Normal and target blood pressure levels. Consult your doctor and get your targeted levels.
The Blood pressure is measured in the units mm Hg, which is millimeters of mercury.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), USA, the normal, at-risk and high levels are as below:
Monthly Blood Pressure Log
In this section, the patient needs to record his blood pressure levels. It consists of the following columns:
Date: Date on which it is measured.
Time: Morning Time on which it is measured.
Systolic: Enter the Systolic pressure here. Systolic pressure measures the pressure in your blood vessels when your heartbeats. As mentioned above, the normal level of Systolic pressure is 120 mm Hg. If it is above that level the cell will turn red automatically.
Diastolic: Here enter the diastolic pressure. Diastolic pressure measures the pressure in your blood vessels when your heart rests between beats. The normal level of Diastolic pressure is 80 mm Hg. If the entered amount is above 80 then the cell will turn red.
Time: Late afternoon time on which it is measured.
Systolic: Enter the Systolic pressure here.
Diastolic: Here enter the diastolic pressure.
Additional Remarks: Patients can enter additional symptoms or remarks in this section.
Printable Blood Pressure Log
If you want to use the same in a printable format you can download and print the blank Blood Pressure Log from the link below:
Monthly & Weekly Blood Pressure Analysis With Charts
Just recording of blood pressure is not enough. Analyzing blood pressure levels at regular intervals is also necessary. We have created a monthly & weekly analysis blood pressure report with charts to see the variations of highs and lows of blood pressure during a particular week.
The monthly charts automatically fetch the data from the Monthly Blood Pressure Log and display it graphically. The charts displayed are for both recordings: AM and PM.
Monthly Blood Pressure AM Chart
Monthly Blood Pressure PM Chart
To perform the weekly analysis, just copy the data from the Monthly Blood Pressure Log and paste them in this sheet.
Doing so will perform an analysis of the week’s data. It will show you the maximum, minimum and average of that particular week for AM and PM recordings of blood pressure. In addition to that, it will also display the charts for the respective week.
Weekly Blood Pressure AM Chart
Weekly Blood Pressure PM Chart
Guidelines for Measuring Blood Pressure
- Take your blood pressure three times each time you measure. Wait at least a minute between readings. Use properly calibrated and validated equipment. Check cuff size and fit.
- Twice a day: morning and late afternoon. Try to take it at the same time each day. Don’t smoke, exercise, or drink caffeinated or alcoholic beverages within 30 minutes of measurement.
- Sit comfortably with both feet on the floor and sit for 5 minutes before taking your blood pressure. Rest your arm on a table so blood pressure cuff is at the same level as your heart. Don’t talk.
Disclaimer: This template has been created with a general overview. It is highly recommended that you consult your Health Care Physician (HCP) for the normal and targetted levels of your blood pressure levels and any complications.
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