Everest 1998

Traditional cardiac output measurements are acquired by way of an invasive catheter that is navigated into the right side of the heart - all taking place either in an operating room or intensive care unit. The medical team at Everest was outfitted with a non-invasive cardiac output device, the first time this type of device was tested in any extreme environment. It worked very well and provided us with a great deal of important data - non-invasively. Next Stop Prev