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What does diastolic blood pressure refer to?

In normal health care two types of blood pressure is messured; the diastolic and the systolic. The systolic blood pressure is the pressure the heart generates when it contracts and sends out a pulse of blood through the arteries. The…

Systolic and diastolic?

Systolic blood pressure is a measurement of the pressure on blood vessels as the heart is contracting. It is higher than that of the diastolic blood pressure, which is the measurement of the pressure on vessels as the heart relaxes…