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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.


(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"


[ˈkɑːdɪəʊˈrespərətɔːrɪ] ADJcardiorrespiratorio


adj cardiorrespiratorio
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The greater your cardiorespiratory fitness (V02 max), the lower your risk of a first heart attack, suggests a recent Norwegian study.
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The research, led up by Dr Alison Merrotsy, of the Cork Institute of Technology, tested the cardiorespiratory fitness of pupils aged six and 10 by their speed in carrying out a 550-metre walk or run.
The research presented at the EuroPrevent 2019 meeting, the largest study to date of cardiorespiratory fitness in healthy people, found that moving more is linked to living longer, regardless of age, sex, and starting fitness level.
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