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American Sign Language: "blood pressure"

To sign "blood pressure," use a right "C" hand. Pat the left bicep twice as if showing the cuff used when taking someone's blood pressure.


Note: You may see some people combine the signs BLOOD and STRESS-(pressure) to mean "blood pressure."

Also see: BLOOD

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