Systolic hypertension

What is Systolic hypertension?

It is the elevated level of blood pressure at systolic level.

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what are the causes of increased difference between systolic n diastolic blood pressure ....???for example.... bp of 110 by 50.....???in a patient...

doctor1 MD

Dear patient,

The most common causes of increased differences in systolic and diastolic pressures are isolated systolic hypertension and aortic...

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Yes! Thank You! I checked my blood pressure yesterday and it read 164/84. I wonder what that meant since the to number is high. Would you help?By...

doctor1 MD


As per your quote your systolic blood pressure(164) is high. it seems to be isolated systolic hypertension.

Diastolic pressure(84) is normal....

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My wife aged about 59 is suffering from vertigo and the doctor has diagnosed it due to spondylitis. He has prescribed vertin 16 tablets three times...

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Thanks for writing in. I am a qualified and certified cardiologist. I read your mail with diligence. The reommended dosage of Vertin is :...

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