respiratory rate

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Synonyms for respiratory rate

the rate at which a person inhales and exhales

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We train to that- so that when the blood pressure is up, when the breathing rate is up, you can revert to what you know and then it's routine.
In their approach, motion sensors would recover heart and breathing rates of the users during stationary positions and activities such as listening on the phone.
According to the researchers, these tattoos attached to the chest of a patient or even a newborn will monitor a wide range of vital signs including heart rate, nutritional status, body temperature, hydration and breathing rate.
Let's first talk about vital signs and how to check your dog's pulse, temperature and breathing rate, as well as what's normal in each case.
He explained passive smoking exposes children to greater risk due to their smaller lungs, faster breathing rate and less developed immune system.
uk particularly vulnerable to second-hand smoke due to their higher breathing rate, their less well-developed airways, lungs and immune system.
He was given oxygen and a tube was put in a vein to administer fluids but his blood pressure and breathing rate were low and his temperature was dropping.
The girl, who had developed a high breathing rate, was given oxygen and monitored until an ambulance arrived.
The system analyzes the data to track heart rate, breathing rate, motion and presence.
The IOM sensor measures skin conductivity, heart rate and breathing rate.
Noise pollution caused different diseases like blood pressure, hypertension, increase in heart beat and breathing rate, stress, sleep disorder and mental tension.
The deep-breathing exercises help slow the breathing rate.
gt;> The average breathing rate is 10-12 breaths per minute.
Noise pollution causes different diseases like blood pressure, hypertension, increase in heart beat and breathing rate, stress, sleep disorder and mental tension.