Plus it typically is a 4-5 day illness with higher fevers and more misery than the other respiratory viruses.
“This was a respiratory arrest, not a cardiac arrest,” Steinberg said.
One, a twin, was burned in an incinerator in the backyard after allegedly dying from respiratory problems at birth.
American Journal of respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 175 (2), 120-125.
Within six days, however, the infant was admitted to a pediatric hospital with diarrhea, bluish skin, and respiratory failure.
The pulsations of the heart and the respiratory movements are less frequent, and the circulation is slower.
He then, with a stethoscope, ausculated the lungs, or listened to the respiratory sounds.
The respiratory apparatus in all the terrestrial vertebrates is of the same kind—one single pair of lungs.
No palpitation or respiratory movement can be detected in it.
Death was often sudden, resulting chiefly from cardiac and respiratory complications.
1660s, from Modern Latin respiratorius or French respiratoire; see respiration + -ory.
respiratory res·pi·ra·to·ry (rěs'pər-ə-tôr'ē, rĭ-spīr'ə-)
Of, relating to, used in, or affecting respiration.