Xtreme Everest aims to improve outcomes for people who become critically ill. Currently, not only do 20% of people admitted to intensive care in the UK each year die, but a significant number of those that survive never regain the same quality of life they had before. We work with doctors, nurses and members of the public to try to find a way to lower this statistic. Please help us make a difference today.

To date, Xtreme Everest have carried out 12 research studies: 10 at altitude and 2 in chambers and sea level testing prior to the Caudwell Xtreme Everest expedition which took place in 2007.

  • Cho Oyu (2005)
  • Cho Oyu (2006)
  • Sea-Level Testing (2007)
  • Caudwell Xtreme Everest (2007)
  • Smiths Medical Young Everest Study (2007)
  • Caudwell Xtreme Everest (2009)
  • Xtreme Alps (2010)
  • Bedford School (2012)
  • Simulated Altitude Study (2012)
  • Epigenetics Chamber Study (2012)
  • Xtreme Everest 2 (2013)
  • Young Everest Study 2 (2013)
  • Xtreme Everest 10th Anniversary (2017)

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New paper looks at metabolic response to high altitude

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19th Feb 2019 // The paper entitled Metabolomic and lipidomic plasma profile changes in human participants ascending to Everest Base Camp looks at the effects of high altitude on healthy humans. Full article>



Book your tickets now for KnO₂wledge XI

18th Sep 2018 // Our colleagues at CASE Medicine are proud to invite you all to join them for the 11th KnO₂wledge conference and can share that this years theme will be Aviation. The event is taking place on the 30 November 2018. Full article>



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