Children’s blood pressure increased by up to 20% after 311 in Fukushima, 1.8% of 9~10 y.o boys have over 90mmHg min
According to Fukushima prefecture, blood pressure of 9~10 years old children and 12 ~ 13 years old children increased in 2011 compared to before 2010.
The children are in Minamisoma city and Iitatemura Fukushima.
Especially the minimal blood pressure significantly increased compared to before 2010.
Though it didn’t show any change from 2008 to 2010, it increased from +13% to +20% in 2011.
From 2008 to 2010, none of the children had over 90 mmHg, but a certain percentage of 9~10 y.o children of both genders and 12~13 y.o of male children had minimal blood pressure over 90 mmHg. (0.5%~1.8%)
Especially, 1.8% of 9~10 y.o male children have minimal blood pressure over 90 mmHg.
The connection with Fukushima effect is not known.
La pression sanguine des enfants de Fukushima a augmenté de 20% après le 11 mars 2011, 1,8% des garçons de 9-10 ans sont au dessus de 90 mmHg/min
Selon la préfecture de Fukushima, la pression sanguine des 9-10 ans et des 12-13 ans a augmenté en 2011 par rapport à 2010.
Les enfants son de Minamisoma et Iitatemura dans Fukushima.
En particulier, le minimum de pression sanguine a significativement augmenté en comparant avec avant 2010.
Bien qu’il n’y ait aucun changement apparent entre 2008 et 2010, on est passé de +13 % à +20 % en 2011.
Entre 2008 et 2010, aucun des enfants avait plus de 90 mmHg mais un certain pourcentage des 9-10 ans des deux sexes et les garçons des 12-13 ans avaient un minimum au-dessus des 90 mmHg. (0.5%~1.8%)
En particulier, 1,8% des garçons de 9-10 ans étaient au-dessus des 90 mmHg.
Le lien avec les conséquences de Fukushima est inconnu.
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