Study of Everest Climbers Questions Oxygen Use
Whether low levels would work for ER patients with hypoxia remains unclear
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 7 (HealthDay News) -- Going to the world's most elevated natural laboratory, Mount Everest, British researchers have found that the established medical rules about the amount of oxygen needed by ...
Most Mt. Everest Deaths Occur Near Summit During Descent
Study says high-altitude cerebral edema is a common problem for climbers
THURSDAY, Dec. 11 (HealthDay News) -- Most deaths on Mount Everest
occur during descents from the summit in the so-called "death zone" above 8,000 meters, and high-altitude cerebral edema appears to be associated ...
WaterPure International, Inc. and Everest Water Ltd. Revise Payment Terms of Patent License to Produce Water From Air
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- WaterPure
International, Inc. (the "Company" or "WaterPure") (OTC Bulletin Board:
WPUR) announced today that it has executed an amended Atmospheric Water
Generator (AWG) patent license agreement with Everest
Water, Ltd. revising
Team probes why climbers die on Mount Everest
TORONTO, ON. For the first time ever, an international team of experts has probed every known death on the world's tallest mountain, shedding some light on what makes Mount Everest
one of the most dangerous places on earth.
The team's surprising findings shatter commonly-held beliefs about the...
Oregon Scientific to Sponsor First-Ever Rock Concert on Mount Everest
ATC2K Hands-Free Action Camera to Capture Exclusive Event Footage
TUALATIN, Ore., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Oregon Scientific, one of the
world's leading designers and marketers of award-winning personal
electronic products, today announced a partnership with the Love Hope
Strength Foundation ...
British Doctors on Everest Mission Get Bitter Dose
A British team of doctors attempting to conduct tests on Mt Everest,// the highest peak in the world, had to swallow a bitter dose after the Nepal government said the research was illegal.
The Centre for Aviation, Space and Extreme Environment Medicine (CASE) at the University College London...
Experiments on Mount Everest to Study Oxygen Deprivation Effect
To study the effects of oxygen deprivation on the human body, a group of doctors from the University College, London would be trekking// all the way to Mount Everest, the highest point on earth, it has been announced.
Oxygen deprivation is a critical problem for patients in intensive care units...
Lab On Mount Everest A Reality Next March
A team of medical specialists has decided to set up a laboratory on the slopes of Mount Everest
in order to conduct fitness-related experiments. The 23-day-long-expedition// will feature 208 volunteers and is expected to kick-off in March 2007.
Dr Mike Grocott, of University College London's ...
Mount Everest to be Site of Research into Hypoxia
The Xtreme-Everest Team has announced at the Cheltenham Science Festival that it plans to send a 20 member expedition team to mount Everest
to conduct //a research into the effects of low oxygen levels, hypoxia
Doctors and scientists from the Centre for Aviation, Space and Extreme Environment...
Japanese Expedition Clears Half Ton of Garbage from Mt. Everest
A team of climbers have collected half a tonne of junk littered on the world's highest peak Mt Everest, expedition members said Monday .
The garbage was mostly left behind by mountaineers attempting to climb the Everest
as hundreds of kilos of essential items are hauled up the mountain in p...
Everest in Medical Technology
Evalve Announces Enrollment Completion of the EVEREST Randomized Study EVEREST
Becomes First Trial of its Kind to Achieve Enrollment Milestone
MENLO PARK, Calif., Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Evalve, Inc., the leader
in the development of devices for the percutaneous repair of cardiac
valves, announced today the completion of randomized enrollment in the
MitraClip(R) Therapy Data Demonstrate Clinical Benefit in High-Risk Patients With Mitral Regurgitation
High-Risk Registry Data Show Improved Symptomatic ... clinical status. The results from the 78 patient everest
II High Risk Registry demonstrated improvement in ... Center and the lead enrolling investigator of the everest
"The High Risk Registry data support ...
MitraClip(R) Therapy Data Shows Important Clinical Benefit in High Risk Patients With Functional Mitral Regurgitation at 12-Month Follow Up
High-Risk Registry Data Shows Improved Symptomatic...-month data from the high-risk registry arm of the everest
II (Endovascular Valve Edge-to-Edge REpair STudy) ...hore Hospital and co-principal investigator of the everest
"The high-risk registry data in the f...
First U.S. Patients Enrolled in the REALISM Continued Access Study
...ing from the
effects of mitral regurgitation (MR). everest
II, the only randomized trial
comparing a percutan...ating patients with the MitraClip(R) system
II, I am eager to participate in the REALISM study...ve, multi-center, continued access
registry of the everest
II study. The REALISM study consists of two arms: ...
Two-Year Follow-Up Data Demonstrates Preservation of Adequate Mitral Valve Area in Patients Treated with the MitraClip(R) System
... 107 patients with
moderate-to-severe or severe MR who were enrolled in the everest
registry (n=55) or subjects who were not randomized as part of the everest
Baseline characteristics and hemodynamic measureme...
MitraClip Device Preliminary Data Suggests Improved Heart Function and Relief from Heart Failure Symptoms in Functional Mitral Regurgitation Patients
...ted with a significantly
increased risk of mortality.
study continues at more than 40 centers in North America
with more than 300...ical candidates but are considered operable More information about the everest
II trial is available at
About the M...
New Data Shows Ongoing Benefits of Percutaneous MitraClip(R) Device for Patients With Mitral Regurgitation
... Data from everest
Patient Registry Presented at TCT 2007; everest
II Study Enrollment Conti... for patients. The ongoing randomized study arm of everest
evaluating the safety and efficacy of the Mi...
Aspirin Named 8th World Wonder by Majority of Americans
aboard the Apollo 11 space capsule as the astronauts took their famous
"giant leap for mankind." Aspirin was also close at hand during the 1993
expedition with climbers depending upon aspirin to provide
relief from headaches at high altitudes. Aspirin was initially developed in 1897 as a reli...
Everest Data on Short- and Long-Term Use of Otsuka's
Investigational Novel Treatment, Tolvaptan, Published in Journal of
the American Medical Association and Featured in ACC's Late
Breaking Clinical Trials
...th Annual Scientific Sessions (ACC).
The phase 3 everest
trial, involving a total of 4,133 ADHF
patients, r..., Mass. Konstam
presented the short- and long-term everest
data analyses during a
late-breaker session Sunday...ved nor worsened
survival relative to placebo. The everest
data suggest that
tolvaptan may be a potential the...
Everest in Medical Products
Everest Integrated CPAP System
Description:... Enjoy freedom and flexibility with the integrated everest
system. With the optional rechargeable battery pack, the system will be fun...thout household current. Also includes an integrated heated humidifier. The everest
heated humidifier provides enough water for one nights use, and the reservo...
Everest in Medical Dictionary
...ved from the surname.... George Herbert Leigh Mallory was an English mountaineer who took part in the first three British expeditions to Mount everest
in the early 1920s. On the third expedition, in June 1924, Mallory and his climbing partner Andrew... Yahoo! Local has a business reviews, servi...
Everest in Biological News
Older climbers face uphill battle on Mount Everest
In this era of not surrendering to age, some claim that 60 is the new 40. But new research shows that 60 year olds cannot keep up with 40 year olds on Mount Everest
and suffer a sharply higher chance of dying if they do reach the summit.
The study shows that among 2,211 climbers during the sp...
'Himalaya -- Changing Landscapes' photo exhibition draws attention to the impacts of climate change
...the 1950s, Austrian and Swiss scientists conducted intensive studies of the everest
region in Nepal taking photographs of the glaciers, mountains and valleys. ... globe, and this is especially evident at the top of the world around Mount everest
and the high peaks of the Himalayan mountain range. The greater Himalayan r...
New form of compound stimulates research on hydrogen storage
...bar. The pressure of 200,000 bar applied to LiBH4 in the ESRF experiment is about 80 times bigger than the pressure exerted on Earth's crust by Mount everest
(the latter is roughly equal to 2.5 kbar). Although impressive, this figure is not a record - much higher pressures still can be reached in the lab us...
New data shows benefits of MitraClip for patients with mitral regurgitation
...ions at TCT 2007, researchers participating in the everest
II study presented data from a 107-person, non-ran... for patients. The ongoing randomized study arm of everest
II is evaluating the safety and efficacy of the Mi...eduction to ≤ Grade 2+ MR as assessed by the everest
Core Laboratory and graded per the American Societ...
AGU journal highlights -- Sept. 6, 2007
...diance and the onset of the Little Ice Age.
Reduction in northward incursions of the South Asian monsoon since ~1400 AD Inferred from a Mt. everest
S. Kaspari, S. Sneed, R. Hooke, K. Kreutz, D. Introne, M. Handley, and K. Maasch: Climate Change Institute and Department of Eart...
Team of international scientists departs today to discover the unknown in China's Himalayan region
...l Kingdom in Florida, the findings will be incorporated into the Expedition everest
attraction, a high-speed adventure that combines a roller coaster-like thrill with the mysterious legends of the Himalayan region. Expedition everest
will open in 2006 in the Asia section of the park.
Discovery Networks wi...