Aymar Navarro restore your heart rate after pulmonary edema that he suffered a few days ago in the Himalayas. With the help of The North Face, the Aranese skier who saw his adventure cut short, has returned to base camp.
He adventurous He hasn’t thrown in the towel. Despite being in top form, a toothache caused him to descend to Kathmandu to be treated by a dentist. Possibly due to the medication to reverse the tooth infection, plus prolonged overexertion at altitude caused acute pulmonary edema.
“After all the setbacks we have suffered in recent weeks, we continue to fight,” explained Aymar Navarro on his social networks.
Aymar Navarro is not laughing
The freerider knew that opportunities to continue the adventure They were very few. However, Navarro already is back at base camp at 5,300m. It’s still there acclimatization and add gauges with the rest of the team.
“A week ago, I had assumed that my only option would be to return home after suffering acute pulmonary edema and having to be evacuated by helicopter to the Kathmandu hospital. Now I am back at 5300m with the rest of the group enjoying these spectacular views.”
Araneren nor do you know if you will finally be able to fulfill your dream. However, he knows that hope is the last thing to be lost.
“You have to be realistic, the possibilities are small and the mountain has the last word, but if we have learned anything in all these years, it is that things are fought to the end,” concludes Aymar Navarro.
Aymar Navarro, hospitalized for acute pulmonary edema in Kathmandu