ventilatory rate

ventilatory rate

Etymology: L, ventilare, to fan, ratum, to calculate
the volume of air passing into and out of the lungs per minute. Compare respiration rate.
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Respiration, as measured with pulmonary ventilatory rate (volume per minute), is controlled voluntarily and involuntarily.
Involuntary ventilatory rate is determined by pH-sensing central chemoreceptors of the surface of medlla oblougata and by oxygen- and carbon dioxide-sensing peripheral chemoreceptors, with the impulse transferred to the glossopharyngeal nerve (nervus IX) and the vagus nerve (nerves X).
There was significant difference between ventilatory rate before and after 24 hours of surfactant administration (pless than 0.
In addition to the extra tasks that could be accomplished and the stabilization of acid-base status, there is an advantage to transport ventilators in stabilizing the ventilatory rate.
Other clinical manifestations include hoarseness, restlessness, rapid ventilatory rate, use of accessory muscles of ventilation, intercostal and suprasternal retractions, and nasal flaring.
Levels of CO uptake vary among persons and are a function of air concentration, level of exertion and ventilatory rate, and duration of exposure.