Radford nomogram

Rad·ford nom·o·gram

(rad'fŏrd),
a nomogram used to predict necessary tidal volume for artificial respiration on the basis of respiratory rate, body weight, and gender; correction factors are supplied for activity, fever, altitude, metabolic acidosis, and alterations in dead space.

Radford,

Edward P., Jr., U.S. physiologist, 1922–.
Radford nomogram - used to predict necessary tidal volume for artificial respiration on the basis of respiratory rate, body weight, and sex.