I agree with Red rush If there was an award for the dumbest question ever asked on this forum [and I've visited it a good while} you would win it hands down.
Yes I mean pounds per square inch. I work in construction and on cars. In these fields we use psi to see how much pressure the line, "the veins" in this case. I am curious just as a reference.
Any help or direction would be great.
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Where else would you ask this question? I tried NASA, I sent many many emails.
I do agree with the last two comments! It takes forever sometimes to be able to get a post on. I cant believe you would waste a question when other people with real problems want to try and post.
One "atmosphere" of pressure is commonly taken to be 14.7 psi (pounds per square inch), equivalent to 760 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). So if you take a blood pressure reading of, say, 120/80 (which is mm Hg), then this would be about 2.32/1.55 psi. I guess this is what you mean, and think the answer is ok.
I do not understand your question -- pounds per square inch? This is not a question I have every encountered in medicine.
sorry, can't help you with this one.