My ALZ dad has seemed to have lower blood pressure readings for a while now. He is now in MC and yesterday the hospice nurse happened to stop by in the AM and measured it at 90 over something, low, but the was not concerned, saying that is not abnormal with some older people in general, and we also felt he was dehydrated. Later, the facility physician came in and it measured 85 over something, and she seemed quite alarmed, saying based on pulse, whatever it was, this was not something related to dehydration but a sign the body is shutting down. That will happen at some point of course but that put me into a panic. I read up on Dr. Google and some sound like low blood pressure is often typical amongst ALZ patients. Medicine seems like Law where if you ask ten different experts you get eleven different opinions. Any insights from those who have been there?