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MEDICAL RECORD. [September 4, 1915 Value of Blood Pressure Readings in Examina- tions for Life Insurance. — buy viagra in delhi The value of systolic blood pressure readings in the selection of life in- surance risks has been demonstrated, buy viagra in delhi but Dr. J. W. Fisher, medical director Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wis., presents the reasons for this conclusion. To begin with there was comparatively little in- formation to be had as to what constituted a nor- mal systolic blood pressure. Therefore, when, in 1906, the Northwestern Mutual Life began to use the sphygmomanometer, their first effort was to establish average readings at the various ages. Clinicians had considered a systolic pressure of 170 or 180 mm. as of little significance, but the figures which were obtained by the study of 13,000 readings in 1911 showed that buy viagra in delhi these buy viagra in delhi figures were much too high. Within the last year 1. 1914 J the correctness of the averages obtained has been verified by the medical department of the Mutual Benefit in a series of 4325 cases and by buy viagra in delhi 2000 or more addi tional readings of the Northwestern Mutual Life. The statistics here given were compiled from the 19,339 readings mentioned above: Age 15-20, showed an average pressure of 119.85; age 26-30, an average of 123.65; age 41-45, an average of 128.56; age 51-55, an average of 132.13, and 56-60, of 134.78. At the present time a blood pressure reading is required of all applicants, irrespective of age or amount of insurance applied for. Up to May, this year, 405 applicants, under age 40, who had a persistent systolic pressure of 15 mm. or more above the average for their respective ages, with- out any other impairment recorded on the blank, were rejected by the Northwestern Mutual Life. Between the ages 40 and 60 similar rejections numbered 1036. The company accepted 2661 risks, ages 40 to 60, between 1907-1910, with an average systolic pres- sure of 142.43 mm., which show a mortality about the same as the general average mortality of the company for the same period. viagra ne shqip Of this number up to August 1, 1913, the actual deaths were 85, while the expected deaths, according to the actuaries table, should have been 172.326 — a per cent of act- ual to expected of 49.33. According to the recent medico-actuarial table, the expected mortality of this same group is 113.966, giving a per cent of 74.58, using this group as a basis. The North- western's average mortality is only about 80 per cent of the medico-actuarial table. During the same period, 1907-1910, 525 appli- cants of all ages were granted insurance whose average systolic pressure was 152.58 mm. This group, designated Group A, showed a mortality of over 30 per cent above the general average of the company. There were buy viagra in delhi thirty-three deaths up to August 1, 1913. The expected deaths, according to the actuaries table, was 42.799. a per cent of actual to expected of 77.10. Another, Group B, of 1970 lives, all ages, with an average systolic pressure of 161.44 mm., showed a mortality almost two and one-half times greater than the company's general average mor- tality. These cases were all rejected. Of these, as far as could be determined, 83 died. There may have been more, for all the rejected appli- cants could not be followed. The expected deaths, according to the actuaries table, were 67.200, the actual deaths 83, a per cent of 121.51. Group B may be divided into two classes : C, 1082 with no impairment except the high systolic pressure — average 159.90. D, 888 with high sys- tolic pressure and one or more impairments — average 164.77. These impairments included the following conditions: Arteriosclerosis, heart mur- mur, heart hypertrophy, albumin and sugar, or either alone, albumin buy viagra in delhi and casts, nervous symp- toms, etc. In Class C there were 40 deaths. The e.xpected deaths, according to the actuarial table, were 34.778, a per cent of actual to expected of 115.02. Class D showed forty-three actual deaths. The expected deaths, according to the actuaries table, were 32.422, a per cent of actual to expected of 132.63. Accordingly, the mortality was greater in the class where one or viagra ne shqip more impairments, besides the high systolic pressure, were found; but where the high pressure was the only impairment, the mor- tality was more than twice as great as the com- pany's viagra ne shqip general average for the same period.— Lancet-Clinic, Feb. 18, 1915. The Relations Between the Life Insurance Agent and the Local Examiner. — In a paper read before the Medical Life Insurance Section of viagra ne shqip the Te.xas State Medical Association, Dr. P. H. Scar- dino says the examiner enjoys a triple relationship with company, applicant, and agent. Consequently he is in a fair way to enjoy the wrath of all three. Primarily, the life insurance examiner is in the employ of the company. Therefore, the benefit of a doubtful risk is always given to the company. Fairness, promptness, and courteousness to com- pany and agent are watchwords for the examiner. The agent is entitled to all due respect, promptness, and courtesy for he is the producing end without whom a life insurance company would soon fall by the wayside.