Why is the blood pressure in adults usually greater than the blood pressure in children?

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We know that blood volume varies with body size, fluid, electrolyte balance, and adipose tissue content. Since adults have larger body sizes, their blood volumes are also higher than children's. As a result the blood pressure in adults are also greater than in children.

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