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    Post interval or intervals?

    Hello!
    I am a doctor and I believe I have a fairly good understanding of English. I am writing an abstract for publication in a professional journal. I need help in deciding which of these sentences is correct. I would greatly appreciate a short explanation as to why only one (or either) of them is correct. How would you reframe the sentence, if needed? Thanks for your time.

    Hemodynamic data was recorded at 1 minute intervals starting from induction till 7 minutes after intubation, the end point of present study.

    Hemodynamic data was recorded at 1 minute interval starting from induction till 7 minutes after intubation, the end point of present study.

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    Re: interval or intervals?

    I am not a teacher.

    The first sentence (intervals) works best.

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