Medical Innovations: One-hour cure for high blood pressure Free Archived

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Paul Sobotka (Ardian, California) and Mel Lobo (Barts and the London NHS Trust) discuss the development of an innovative new procedure to lower blood pressure which deactivates the renal sympathetc nerves and has had promising initial results.

Date of lecture: 10th July 2010

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Length: 00:26:45

00:00:00 - Part 1: Disabling the renal sympathetic nerve
00:14:01 - Part 2: From bench to bedside
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