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Xtreme Everest

Xtreme-Everest - a collaboration between Duke University USA, University of Southampton and University College London

One in five of us ends up in an intensive care unit. Two fifths of those admitted will sadly die. And a major cause is a lack of oxygen when it is most needed. This unique research exploits the oxygen-thin air at high altitudes to provide critical insights into how intensive care patients might be helped in the future. It could save hundreds of thousands of lives of people with a range of diseases including cancer, diabetes, heart and lung disease, cystic fibrosis and congenital heart disease.



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5th March 2015

XE's First School Engagement Day

The first Xtreme Everest school engagement day took place in February and turned out to be a huge success.

5th March 2015

New systematic review by XE doctors published in Sports Med

A new systematic review paper by Xtreme Everest doctors has recently been published in Sports Meds.

5th February 2015

XE's Dan Martin visits Norway for a series of lectures

Dr Martin recently visited St Olavs Hospital in Trondheim, Norway for a series of lectures about Xtreme Everest's work.

15th January 2015

UCL Centre for Anaesthesia celebrates 15 years

Xtreme Everest team offers congratulations to Professor Mythen and colleagues on 15 years’ worth of achievements

8th January 2015

From Fire to Ice - XE Investigator takes on a new Xtreme challenge

Xtreme Everest’s Investigator Dr Andre Vercueil is embarking on a new journey across the South Pole to further understand how the human body reacts to extremes of stress.

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