RR

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RRRelative Risk (medical/statistical)
RRRailroad
RRRoad Runner
RRResource Record
RRRange Rover (Land Rover)
RRRoraima (Brazil)
RRRisk Ratio
RRRolls-Royce
RRRound Robin
RRRoad Rules (MTV show)
RRRoyal Rangers
RRRoyal Rangers (Christian boy's group sponsored by the Assemblies of God)
RRRapid Response (various organizations)
RRRules and Regulations
RRReligious Right
RRRight Rear
RRRanga Reddy (India)
RRRachael Ray (TV talkshow)
RRRecommendations and Reports (various organizations)
RRRapture Ready
RRRural Residential (zoning; various locations)
RRReading Recovery
RRRoyal Rumble (World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.)
RRRonald Reagan
RRResponse Rate
RRRhodesian Ridgeback (dog breed)
RRRussian Roulette
RRRomper Room (TV show)
RRResale Rights
RRRanch Road (Texas)
RRRate Ratio
RRRussian River (California)
RRRace Ready (motorcycles)
RRRegional Road (Canada)
RRRate of Return
RRRandy Rhoads (guitarist in Ozzy Osbourne)
RRRiesgo Relativo (Spanish: relative risk)
RRRacing Replica (Desmosedici Ducati bike)
RRRight, Right
RRRange Rate
RRRational Recovery (recovery program)
RRRoy Rogers
RRRural Route
RRRugrats
RRRidge Runner
RRRace Relations
RRRuff Ryders (band)
RRReroute
RRRidge Racer (video game)
RRRed Rooster
RRReel-to-Reel
RRRun Rate (cricket)
RRRock Ridge (Linux CD-Rom File System)
RRRolling Rock (beer)
RRWeb Reasoning and Rule Systems (conference)
RRRelapsing-Remitting (Multiple Sclerosis)
RRRescue Rangers (cartoon)
RRRumble Roses (game)
RRRecovery Room
RRRefractoriness
RRReturn Result
RRReceiver Report (protocol)
RRRespiration Rate
RRRadio Relay
RRRegierungsrat (Austria, Europe)
RRRest Room
RRResource Room
RRRichie Rich
RRRed Rocket
RRRèglement des Radiocommunications (French: Radio Regulations; World Radiocommunication Conference; treaty)
RRRepetition Rate
RRRemove & Replace
RRRelative Rate
RRRegistered Representative
RRRebel Resistance (gaming)
RRRest and Relaxation
RRRickRoll
RRRibonucleotide Reductase
RRRadio Regulations (ITU)
RRRadio Resource
RRResistance Retribution (video game)
RRRespiratory Rates
RRRural Road
RRResponse and Recovery
RRRoute Reflector
RRRadio Rumantsch (Romansh Radio, Switzerland)
RRRashtriya Rifles
RRRocky Raccoon (Beatles song)
RRRandom Ramblings
RRReady Reserve
RRRetired Reserve
RRRanger Rick
RRReliability Run
RRRecoilless Rifle
RRReserve Ratio (finance)
RRReceive Ready
RRRequirements Review
RRRecovery Repair
RRRemediation and Redevelopment (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)
RRReadiness Review
RRReady Room (gaming, Natural Selection)
RRRemote Registry
RRRoom to Read
RRReceiving Report
RRRelay Rack
RRRepair Request
RRRiva Rocci
RRReregistered
RRRing Return
RRRecall Rate
RRRetro-Rocket
RRRagged Right (printing and publishing)
RRRadio Regulatory
RRRain Rate (precipitation measurement)
RRReattack Recommendation (US DoD)
RRRevelation Records (record label)
RRRear-Engine Rear-Wheel-Drive
RRReverse Repurchase
RRRestart Round (gaming)
RRRoaring Rapids (amusement park ride)
RRRedridge Mountains (gaming, World of Warcraft)
RRReference Receiver
RRRank Regression
RRRed Ribbon Army (gaming)
RRReduced-Reference
RRReporting Responsibility
RRReceive Ring
RRRosenthal & Rosenthal
RRRoad Robber
RRRadio Rack
RRRoad Rover
RRReview and Release
RRRoute Relay
RRRocket Rods
RRRecruit Roll (US Navy)
RRRipper Roo (Crash Bandicoot character)
RRReverse Request
RRRelative Relief
RRRendezvous Radar
RRRejection Report
RRRiparian Reserves
RRRestart Recovery
RRR-to-R Interval (the cycle between two consecutive R-waves)
RRReverse Relay
RRRight Recursive (grammar parsing)
RRRadiant Recovery
RRRegister to Register Instruction
RRReasoning and Rules
RRReuse Ratio
RRRuck Rover (Australian football position)
RRRoper Resources (oceanic equipment manufacturer; Canada)
RRReference Reflector (Agilent)
RRRiparian Reaches
RRRobot Resources
RRRepetition Redundancy
RRRecharge Ratio
RRRefracted - Refracted
RRRegional Reinforcement
RRRivetRider (EC-130 special operations aircraft)
RRResidential Rough (HVAC)
RRRandom Randumb (Slapstick & prank comedy web show)
RRRaze Resources (forum)
RRRefugees de Rwanda
RRRestoral/Reconfiguration
RRRotary Rectifier
RRRenegotiation Regulation
RRRoaming Replicator
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During xylazine therapy the pulse rate was significantly (P<0.01) decreased, but respiratory rate remained unchanged.
After 6MWT there was no significant change in respiratory rate (at rest) (p=0.1338) and respiratory rate (After exercise) from baseline (p=0.4311) when compared between cases and controls.
The overall metabolic status can be indirectly assessed by the measurement of simple clinical hemodynamic parameters such as blood pressure, respiratory rate, pulse rate and temperature.7 Derangement in basic hemodynamic parameters might be the result of a disease process or mental stress that causes activation of hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal axis - HPA axis.
Physiological parameters (cloacal temperature, respiratory rate, heart rate) were followed over time and recorded at defined points during the restraint period.
Clinical signs associated with [FEV.sub.1]% in a univariate relationship included admission for pneumonia, respiratory rate, clubbing, hyperinflation and hyperpigmented skin lesions.
Through interactions with participants during the monthly "Failure to Rescue" class, the author found approximately 80% of nurses (n=144) interviewed do not count the respiratory rates of their patients.
After the breathing training, the spontaneous respiratory rates of the subjects decreased significantly during supine rest as well as quiet standing.
The aim of the experiment was to measure heart and respiratory rates for the same person using our designed monitoring system and the standard monitor with well-defined parameters, and to compare obtained values.
For each PEEP level, the test lung PEEP level was recorded for the two different respiratory rates and compliance levels.
When individuals experience anxiety, their sympathetic nervous systems are activated, causing elevated pulse (Hughes, 2005; Selye, 1976; Wardell & Engebretson, 2001) and respiratory rates. Blood volume is shifted away from digestive organs and skin toward larger skeletal muscles, causing blood to move away from the peripheral surfaces, which results in lowered skin temperature (Wardell & Engebretson).
Observations on pulse rate, respiratory rate and body temperature were recorded upto 120 minutes.