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Is Noninvasive Brachial Systolic Blood Pressure an Accurate Estimate of Central Aortic Systolic Blood Pressure?

Measurement of Central Systolic Blood Pressure by Pulse Volume Plethysmography With a Noninvasive Blood Pressure Monitor

Declines in Physical Activity and Higher Systolic Blood Pressure in Adolescence

Orthostatic Hypotension Is Associated With Nocturnal Change in Systolic Blood Pressure

Stroke Subtype Influences Both Systolic and Diastolic Diurnal Blood Pressure Change

Components of Variability in the Systolic Blood Pressures of Preschool Children

Characterizing Frailty Status in the Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial

Correlation Between Systolic Blood Pressure and Physical Development in Adolescene

Brachial Systolic Blood Pressure Fails to Predict Short-Term Outcome in Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke: What About Central Systolic Pressure?

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Association of Interankle Systolic Blood Pressure Difference With Peripheral Vascular Disease and Left Ventricular Mass Index

Systolic Blood Pressure Reactivity During Submaximal Exercise and Acute Psychological Stress in Youth

Life Course Path Analysis of Birth Weight, Childhood Growth, and Adult Systolic Blood Pressure

Effects of Exenatide on Systolic Blood Pressure in Subjects With Type 2 Diabetes

Smoking, Systolic Blood Pressure, Fasting Plasma Glucose and Progression of Carotid Atherosclerosis

Systolic and diastolic blood pressures and urinary sodium excretion in mainland China

Systolic Blood Pressure Trends in US Adults between 1960 and 1980 Influence of Antihypertensive Drug Therapy

Systolic blood pressure and (cardiac) mortality over 15 years after venous coronary bypass surgery

 

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The maximum pressure in the arteries during systole. Systolic blood pressure is represented by the top number in the fraction of a blood pressure reading. A typical value for a young adult man at rest is 120 mmHg.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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