presphygmic

pre·sphyg·mic

(prē-sfig'mik),
Preceding the pulse beat; denoting a brief interval following the filling of the ventricles with blood before their contraction forces open the semilunar valves, corresponding to the isovolumic contraction period.
[pre- + G. sphygmos, pulse]

pre·sphyg·mic

(prē-sfig'mik)
Preceding the pulse beat; denoting a brief interval following the filling of the ventricles with blood before their contraction forces open the semilunar valves, corresponding to the isovolumic contraction period.
[pre- + G. sphygmos, pulse]

presphygmic

(prē-sfĭg′mĭk) [″ + Gr. sphygmos, pulse]
Pert. to the period preceding the pulse wave.

presphygmic

preceding the pulse wave.

presphygmic interval, presphygmic period
the first phase of ventricular systole, being the period immediately after closure of the atrioventricular valves and lasting until the semilunar valves open.