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When blood pressure is measured, the systolic pressure is stated first and the diastolic pressure second.
The systolic pressure is higher in the arms than in the legs.
Blood pressure when the heart beats is called systolic pressure.
For some individuals, the systolic pressure difference is observed only during exercise.
For example, if a person's systolic pressure is 120 and diastolic pressure is 80, it is written as 120/80 mm Hg.
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