In the doctor's office, the nurse takes a patient's blood pressure. Then she turns to the patient and says: "Your blood pressure is 120/80." How do you say this correctly in Spanish? Here are my attempts: "Su presión sanguínea está ciento veinte sobre ochenta." "Tiene la presión sanguínea en ciento veinte sobre ochenta." Here's a link to a previous discussion about this in the forum, but I wasn't convinced that it was correct to say "es" instead of "está" if you're referring to something like blood pressure, which is subject to much change. http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=2422624 Thanks for your suggestions!