bradypnea

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bra·dyp·ne·a

n. bradipnea, movimientos respiratorios lentos.
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During the initial stages of a fever, the heat loss mechanism of the body does not perform as it should, which means there will be no drying of the mouth, decreased respiration rate, increase in pulse rate or diminished urine production at this stage.
These surviving descendents of normal cells compensate for decreased respiration with increased glycolytic capability.
Chemo and radiation will be much less effective the next time around because we have created (through "treatment") a more efficient cell with decreased respiration capability that can better utilize glycolysis in a hypoxic environment; that is, cancer.
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