Sistolic Blood Pressure

Were you looking for information about Systolic Blood Pressure? Sistolic blood pressure is a common misspelling of systolic blood pressure.
 
There are two numbers to consider when determining your blood pressure. These two numbers are written in the form of a fraction and measure the amount of force exerted on the walls of the blood vessels as blood passes through them. The top number is the systolic pressure, which measures the pressure in the blood vessels when the heart beats. The bottom number is the diastolic pressure, which measures the pressure in the blood vessels in between heartbeats. A blood pressure reading of 120/80 is generally considered to fall within the normal blood pressure levels.
 
(Click Systolic Blood Pressure to learn more about how to measure your systolic blood pressure and the importance of this number. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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