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01 Xtreme Everest | Critical Care – Can we Learn from Environmental Physiology?



Presented by, Professor Mike Grocott, recorded live at ‘The Xtreme Everest Symposium’ organised by the Department of Anesthesiology, Duke University, USA.

Human Tolerance of Hypoxia: Going to Extremes to Understand Critical Illness.

This series also includes:

TUESDAY:

What Happens to Healthy Humans in Hypoxia? Denny Levett

WEDNESDAY:

Cardiovascular Adaptation to Hypoxia. Daniel Martin

THURSDAY:

Metabolic Adaptation to Hypoxia. Andrew Murray

Oxygen Therapy: The Yin and Yang of Our Favorite Drug. Monty Mythen.

FRIDAY:

Oxygen and the Brain. Chris Imray

The Epigenetics of Hypoxia. Kay Mitchell

SATURDAY:

A Slightly Different Path to Everest: The Pyramid Lab 2012 & 2016, David MacLeod

Therapeutic Hyperoxia: Medicine Under Pressure. Richard Moon

SUNDAY

Morpheus Consortium Distinguished Lecture: Xtreme Everest: Physiology on Top of the World. Mike Grocott

 

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