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Noel Johnson describes an innovative implantable pump system his company has developed to manage fluid balance in the body. Hani Gabra discusses how he helped a British woman become the first cancer patient to have a pump implanted in her body.

This lecture was filmed at the event 'Medical Innovations Summit 2013' at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of Lecture: 16th February 2013

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Length: 00:21:17

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00:02:57 - Revoultionary New Treatment Option
00:12:05 - First Malignant Ascites Patient
00:20:13 - Conclusion
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Dr AB Johan Groeneveld, VU University Medical Centre, Amsterdam.

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Noel Johnson, President and CEO of Sequana Medical and Hani Gabra, Professor of Medical Oncology, Imperial College London.

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Michael Platt, Lead Clinician for Pain Services, Imperial College London.

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Jerry Nolan, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, Royal United Hospital. 

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Mike Blayney, Consultant Anaesthetist, Noble's Hospital, Isle of Man.

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Andrew Morley, Consultant Anaesthetist, St Thomas' Hospital. 

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Chris Pomfrett, President, RSM Section of Anaesthesia. 

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