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Table 9 Normal values for ambulatory BP (mmHg) for boys by age

From: Novelty in hypertension in children and adolescents: focus on hypertension during the first year of life, use and interpretation of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, role of physical activity in prevention and treatment, simple carbohydrates and uric acid as risk factors

Age (years) 24 h Day Night
  90th p 95th p 90th p   90th p 95th p
5 114/72 116/74 120/79 123/81 103/62 106/65
6 115/73 118/75 121/79 124/81 105/63 108/66
7 116/73 119/75 122/80 125/82 106/64 110/67
8 117/73 120/75 122/80 125/82 108/64 111/67
9 118/73 121/75 123/80 126/82 109/64 112/67
10 119/73 123/75 124/80 127/82 110/64 113/67
11 121/74 125/76 126/80 129/82 111/64 115/67
12 124/74 127/76 128/80 132/82 113/64 116/67
13 126/74 130/76 131/80 135/82 115/64 119/67
14 129/75 133/77 134/80 138/82 118/64 121/67
15 132/75 136/77 137/81 141/83 120/64 123/66
16 135/76 138/78 140/81 144/84 123/64 126/66
  1. ABPM: 24 h ambulatory blood pressure monitoring
  2. Modified from Flynn JT et al. [61]