the normal respiratory rate for a 14month old child is 20-32 breaths per min.
12 to 16 breaths per minute (BPM)
A normal respiratory rate for a healthy mature cow would be 8-16 breaths per minute. This may be increased during hot weather.
Children have different breathing rates. I assume you're asking about resting breathing rate, so this is what I'll discuss. If the child is overweight or obese, the child's breathing rate will be faster and deeper in order to get a sufficient amount of oxygen to the body. If the child is asthmatic, or has a respiratory illness, they too may have deeper breathing at rest. Respiratory distress as you call it may be the child looking pale. They may struggle to breath (wheezing), or breath too often sharply (hyperventilation). You should tell a child who's having breathing difficulty to breathe at you're rate. If they look faint etc, call an ambulance immediately, and prepare to give emergency first aid if they fall unconscious( hypothetically speaking of course). If you believe your child has respiratory issues, see your local Doctor or GP.
The normal breathing rate for a 4 month old baby is between 30 and 60 breaths per minute. It will depend on if the child is awake and active or sleeping.
your hart would stop and you would die
Strong emotions can cause the respiratory rate to increase.
Why does the respiratory rate change depending on age?
Are you sure you don't mean a heart rate of 66? A respiratory rate of 66 would mean the child is taking a breath more than once per second and this would indicate respiratory distress. Also, this would not be able to be sustained for any length of time with out the child losing consciousness.
Respiratory rate, which is also called breathing rate, is the same for teens as adults. There should be between 12 and 16 breaths per minute. However, as a child enters later teens his/her resting breathing rate should decrease slightly from what it was in his/her early teens.
The three characteristics of a respiratory rate are rate, depth, and rhythm.