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.