Xtreme Everest Extra | The Significance of the Microcirculation

This special four part series explores the fascinating story of Xtreme Everest – the ground-breaking, research programme that has pursued a novel approach to scientific exploration. Over the last decade, this innovative team has performed large scale studies at high altitude to mimic some of the effects of critical illness. The objective is for their…

Promo – Joff Lacey’s Xtreme Everest Extra, out every Sunday!

This piece is a quick reminder that we have launched a new series on TopMedTalk “Xtreme Everest Extra”. It’s in four parts and we’re going to be releasing them every Sunday from now on. The link to the first episode is here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/xtreme-everest-extra-the-problem-with-hypoxia-the-inception-of-xtreme-everest/ This series is intended for a broad audience, the more in depth…

Xtreme Everest Extra | The Problem with Hypoxia – the inception of Xtreme Everest

This special four part series explores the fascinating story of Xtreme Everest – the ground-breaking, research programme that has pursued a novel approach to scientific exploration. Over the last decade, this innovative team has performed large scale studies at high altitude to mimic some of the effects of critical illness. The objective is for their…

Xtreme Everest Promo Part 1

These clips are taken from the hugely successful ‘The Xtreme Everest Symposium’ organised by the Department of Anesthesiology, Duke University, USA. To hear all of the Xtreme Everest podcasts, in full, for free, follow this link here: https://www.topmedtalk.com/?s=xtreme+ The contributors, in order, are; Mike Grocott, Denny Levett, Monty Mythen, Daniel Martin and Andrew Murray.

08 Xtreme Everest | A Slightly Different Path to Everest: The Pyramid Lab 2012 & 2016

Presented by, David McLeod, recorded live at ‘The Xtreme Everest Symposium’ organised by the Department of Anesthesiology, Duke University, USA. — This series also includes:   OUT LATER TODAY: Therapeutic Hyperoxia: Medicine Under Pressure. Richard Moon SUNDAY Morpheus Consortium Distinguished Lecture: Xtreme Everest: Physiology on Top of the World. Mike Grocott