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What is meant by blood pressure? How systolic pressure differs from diastolic pressure?

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blood pressure is the pressure exerted by blood against the wall of blood vessels while circulating. It is also called arterial blood pressure. Systolic and Diastolic pressure are the 2 parameters used to represent the blood pressure.


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