With established systemic hypertension it is likely to see normal or decreased cardiac output combined with increased total peripheral resistance. Sometimes in mild early hypertension an increase in cardiac output may be seen. In systolic dysfunction an increase in end-systolic volume would occur with a reduced ejection fraction. In diastolic dysfunction an increase in end-diastolic volume would occur due to enlargement of the left ventricle. This means that in chronic hypertension one could expect the cardiac output would decrease and both the end-systolic and end-diastolic volumes would increase. I hope this helps!