What is the difference between systolic and daistolic blood pressure in heart block?

Heart block doesn't . Make a difference in the definition of the blood pressures. Systolic blood pressure is the pressure when the heart is pumping blood out. Diastolic pressure is the pressure of the heart when it is resting and filling with blood ready to pump it out again. Heart block is an electrical thing seen on an ecg.
Pressure vs block. Heart block generally refers to the rhythm of the heart. Blood pressure reading capture the pumping pressure of the heart. Systolic is the pumping and diastolic is the relaxation phase.
Top and bottom #s. In heart block, it would be important that neither systolic (top number in blood pressure) or diastolic (bottom number) gets too low.