respiratory frequency

res·pi·ra·to·ry fre·quen·cy (f),

the number of breaths per minute. See: respiratory rate.

res·pi·ra·to·ry fre·quen·cy

(f) (res'pir-ă-tōr-ē frē'kwĕn-sē)
The number of breaths per minute.

res·pi·ra·to·ry fre·quen·cy

(res'pir-ă-tōr-ē frē'kwĕn-sē)
Number of breaths per minute.
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To monitor the effects of dyspnea induction, inspiratory pressure, inspiratory time, and respiratory frequency were measured continuously at the mouthpiece using computer software developed by the engineering service of HCPA.
The device can track the following vital parameters simultaneously: respiratory frequency curve, PANI (Blood Pressure Non-Invasive), Sp02, heart rate, ECG 12 leads with print layout, core temperature and continuous transmission of data and curves.
Some modifications in cardiac, respiratory frequency and medial arterial pressure (direct) were found, which were evaluated at 8 different times starting 5 minutes before the anestesic premedication.
The physiological responses of the animals were evaluated through the following measurements: respiratory frequency (RF), cardiac frequency (CF), and rectal temperature (RT).
During the collection process, continuous measurements were made of the temperature and relative humidity within the chamber as well as the respiratory frequency of the bird.
Among stressed animals CAP exposures were associated with respiratory frequency, lower flows, and lower volumes, suggesting a rapid, shallow breaching pattern.
Second, the ventilator optimizes the tidal volume and respiratory frequency combination based on those given lung mechanics.
01) for both exercise groups and respiratory frequency (p < 0.
It has been suggested that respiratory frequency in humans is dependant on limb movement frequency (Bechbache and Duffin, 1977; Rassler and Kohl, 1996; Siegmund et al.
We report three cases of mechanically ventilated chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients who were intubated due to an exacerbation of their disease and who printed with repeated spontaneous breathing trial failures Patients were given 50 mg of sildenafil through the nasngastric tube, under close monitoring of haemodynamic and ventilatory parameters After sildenafil, pulmonary artery pressure, pulmonary artery occlusion pressure the respiratory frequency to tidal volume ratio and the [P.
Vital signs on admission showed axillary temperature of 39[degrees]C, pulse of 90 beats per minute, respiratory frequency of 20 per minute, and blood pressure of 110/70 mmHg.
Only among stressed animals were CAPs exposures associated with increased respiratory frequency, lower flows, and lower volumes, suggesting a rapid, shallow breathing pattern.

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