Related formshy·per·sys·tol·ic, adjectivepost·sys·tol·ic, adjectivepre·sys·tol·ic, adjective
Examples from the Web for systolic
During chills the systolic may rise to great height due to the violent muscular contractions.
In other words the systolic pressure is always increased to greater degree than the diastolic pressure.
Up to within a very brief time all the statistical evidence of blood pressure was based on systolic readings alone.
For convenience, this may be said to be the arithmetical mean of the systolic and diastolic pressures.
At the time of perforation the systolic pressure may be raised.