Pediatric Respiratory Rates. Age. Rate (breaths per minute). Infant (birth–1 year).
30–60. Toddler (1–3 years). 24–40. Preschooler (3–6 years). 22–34.
Jul 17, 2015 ... Check out the pediatric vital signs charts, which cover age-appropriate heart rate,
blood pressure, and respiratory rate for premature infants to ...
Jun 4, 2014 ... A child who has a fever or who feels anxious breathes faster than normal. The
table below shows the normal rate of breathing for children.
Learn more about Respiratory Distress from Nationwide Children's Hospital. ...
Increased breathing rate - Count your child's breaths for one minute. Is he or she
Mar 19, 2011 ... Our new centile charts demonstrate the decline in respiratory rate from birth to
early adolescence, with the steepest decline apparent in infants ...
Age Group. Respiratory Rate. Heart Rate. Systolic Blood Pressure. Weight in
kilos. Weight in pounds. Newborn, 30 - 50, 120 - 160, 50 - 70, 2 - 3, 4.5 - 7. Infant
Aug 27, 2015 ... In most medical settings, the four standard primary vital signs are as follows:
Heart rate (pulse) Respiratory rate Blood pressure Body ...
For an infant, a normal rate is up to 44 breaths per minute. Tachypnea is the term
that ... Shallow, rapid breathing has many possible medical causes, including:.
Ann Trop Paediatr. 1998 Dec;18(4):329-34. Respiratory rates of Indian infants
under 2 months of age. Bhandari A(1), Singhi S, Bhalla AK, Narang A.
Increased breathing rate - If your child's breathing rate increases, this may
indicate that she is having trouble breathing or not getting enough oxygen.