American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to the heart and the respiratory system.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to change in the rhythm and frequency of respiration dependent upon varying heart-action; relating to or caused by both respiratory and cardiac movements: as, a cardiorespiratory murmur.
- adj. of or pertaining to or affecting both the heart and the lungs and their functions
- cardio- + respiratory (Wiktionary)
“Thus the advocacy for returning to a version of the older, cardiorespiratory threshold of death.”
“The Philippines is in a state of national mourning after Corazon Aquino, who became the country's president after leading the fight to topple the Marcos dictatorship, died at 3: 18 am of Saturday, Aug. 1, from cardiorespiratory arrest.”
“A few surveys have been undertaken, and the general data shows that cardiorespiratory influences can be detected, and crops have been damaged.”
“But the boys were much likelier than female ones to have a sedentary lifestyle and, critically, have poor cardiorespiratory (heart and lung) fitness – the best predictor of chronic illness in later life, said Sandercock.”
“Healthy pregnant women benefit from moderate-intensity physical activity, too, with an overall health and cardiorespiratory fitness boost.”
“Principal cause of death was listed as acute cardiorespiratory failure.”
“A rapid injection of Diprivan could lead to cardiorespiratory failure.”
“At the same time gaming has increased, child obesity rates have skyrocked in recent years, with studies suggesting that "nearly 1 of every 3 children is at risk of being overweight" and that "Screen Time is directly related to lower cardiorespiratory endurance.”
“To achieve higher cardiorespiratory fitness, you want to get your heart rate to 60 to 80 percent of your maximum for at least 20 to 30 minutes three times a week.”
“Optimal cardiorespiratory fitness means your body has learned to do three things:”
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