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Systolic pressure

Blood type, in turn, consists of two factors: systolic and diastolic indices. The systolic (top) pressure, developing in the process of contraction of the cardiac muscle, but this is not heart pressure, because the injection involved a large artery (aorta). When the reduction occurred, and the aorta is closed, the blood that passed through the heart, begins to flow freely through the vessels. The force with which this happens free flow in the interval of heartbeats is called the diastolic (lower) pressure.

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High blood pressure and hypotensive

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