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res·pi·ra·to·ry

 (rĕs′pər-ə-tôr′ē, rĭ-spīr′ə-)
adj.
Of, relating to, used in, or affecting respiration.
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respiratory

(ˈrɛspərətərɪ; -trɪ) or rarely

respirational

adj
(Biology) of, relating to, or affecting respiration or the organs used in respiration
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res•pi•ra•to•ry

(ˈrɛs pər əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i, rɪˈspaɪər ə-)

adj.
pertaining to or serving for respiration.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.respiratory - pertaining to respiration; "respiratory assistance"
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Translations
تَنَفُّسي، خاص بالتَّنَفُّس
dýchací
åndedræts-
légzõ
öndunar-
dýchací
solunumla ilgili

respiratory

[rɪsˈpɪrətərɪ] ADJrespiratorio
respiratory tractvías fpl respiratorias
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respiratory

[ˈrɛspɪrətəri] adj [problem, disease, infection, system] → respiratoire
the respiratory tract → les voies respiratoiresrespiratory failure ninsuffisance f respiratoire
acute respiratory failure → insuffisance respiratoire aiguë
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respiratory

adjAtem-, respiratorisch (spec); infection, diseaseder Atemwege; respiratory problemsAtembeschwerden pl

respiratory

:
respiratory failure
respiratory organs
plAtmungsorgane pl
respiratory system
nAtmungssystem nt
respiratory tract
nAtemwege pl
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respiratory

[rɪsˈpaɪərətrɪ] adjrespiratorio/a
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respire

(rəˈspaiə) verb
to breathe.
respiration (respəˈreiʃən) noun
breathing.
respirator (ˈrespə) noun
1. a sort of mask worn to purify the air breathed in eg by firemen.
2. a piece of apparatus used to help very ill or injured people to breathe.
respiratory (ˈrespərətəri) adjective
related to breathing. respiratory diseases.
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res·pi·ra·to·ry

a. respiratorio-a, rel. a la respiración;
___ airwayconducto, pasaje ___;
___ alkalosisalkalosis ___;
___ arrhythmiaarritmia ___;
___ ataxiaataxia ___;
bronchiolesbronquíolos ___;
___ capacitycapacidad;
___ care unitunidad de cuidado ___;
___ distress syndromesíndrome de dificultad ___;
___ enzymeenzima ___;
___ failure, acuteinsuficiencia ___ aguda;
___ failure, chronicinsuficiencia ___ crónica;
___ function testspruebas de función ___;
___ inhibitorinhibidor ___;
___ lobulelóbulo ___;
___ metabolismmetabolismo ___;
___ mucosamucosa ___;
___ quotientcociente ___;
___ rateíndice ___;
___ soundsruidos ___;
___ systemsistema ___;
___ tract infections and diseasesinfecciones y enfermedades de las vías ___ -s.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

respiratory

adj respiratorio
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References in periodicals archive ?
Average respiratory exchange ratio (RER) values for every min throughout the Fatmax stage.
Respiratory exchange ratio in aerobic exercise on treadmill versus cycle ergometer at similar perceived exertion.
All subjects reached a peak of respiratory exchange ratio [greater than or equal to] 1.1 and were considered to perform maximal exercise.
Value Mean [+ or -] SD Peak PO (W) 134.5 [+ or -] 18.1 V[O.sub.2] max (L x [min.sup.-1]) 2.73 [+ or -] 0.43 La max (mmol x [L.sup.-1]) 8.88 [+ or -] 2.31 HR max (bpm) 150.0 [+ or -] 19.7 RER max 1.03 [+ or -] 0.07 4 mmol x [L.sup.-1] La Calculated PO (W) 89.8 [+ or -] 17.8 HR (bpm) 121.5 [+ or -] 16.2 V[O.sub.2] (L x [min.sup.-1]) 1.89 [+ or -] 0.34 RER 0.98 [+ or -] 0.03 bpm = beats per minute, HR = heart rate, max = maximum, PO = power output, RER = respiratory exchange ratio, SD = standard deviation, V[O.sub.2] = oxygen uptake.
(1994) also found 5% V[O.sub.2max] improvement in maximal treadmill tests with verbal encouragement as well as increases in respiratory exchange ratio (RER), treadmill run time, maximum heart rate and blood lactate concentration for untrained subjects.
Respiratory exchange ratio (VCO/VO) superior than 1.10 (Virtual Exercise Physiology Laboratory 2004).
However, other indicators of maximal effort concomitant with [??][O.sub.2 max] [28], such as attaining a heart rate within 15 bpm of the age-predicted maximal value, a respiratory exchange ratio of greater than 1.10, and RPE greater than 17, were achieved in RA patients.
Likewise, respiratory exchange ratios ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) in the RTT patients were accordingly higher than those observed in healthy controls (1.56 [+ or -] 1.23 versus 0.81 [+ or -] 0.32, P < 0.0001).
We all know that AT is the point at which significant lactate production begins during an exercise study, and that it is broadly defined as the point at which the respiratory exchange ratio goes above 1.
Fat utilization compared to carbohydrates was the predominant source of ATP energy, according to the Respiratory Exchange Ratio (RER).
As the exercise intensity increases, the substrate utilization shifts from a higher percentage of fat to a higher percentage of carbohydrates utilized, as evidenced by the respiratory exchange ratio (RER) (Wilmore & Costill, '99).
You have a reduced respiratory exchange ratio during exercise.

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