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 (kär′dē-ō-rĕs′pər-ə-tôr′ē, -rĭ-spīr′ə-)
Of or relating to the heart and the respiratory system.
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(ˌkɑr di oʊˈrɛs pər əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i, -rɪˈspaɪər ə-)

of or affecting the heart and respiratory system.
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Adj.1.cardiorespiratory - of or pertaining to or affecting both the heart and the lungs and their functions; "cardiopulmonary resuscitation"
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[ˈkɑːdɪəʊˈrespərətɔːrɪ] ADJcardiorrespiratorio
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adj cardiorrespiratorio
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