Disclaimer

The alfapump® system is not currently approved in the United States or Canada. In the United States and Canada, the alfapump® system is currently under clinical investigation (POSEIDON Study) and is being studied in adult patients with refractory or recurrent ascites due to cirrhosis. For more information regarding the POSEIDON clinical study see www.poseidonstudy.com.
The DSR therapy is still in development and it should be noted that any statements regarding safety and efficacy arise from ongoing pre-clinical and clinical investigations which have yet to be completed.
The DSR therapy is not currently approved for clinical research in the United States or Canada. There is no link between the DSR therapy and ongoing investigations with the alfapump® system in Europe.

Testimonials and videos from hepatologists and their patients

The alfapump® system is a product of Sequana Medical NV, a Belgian-based medical device company.

Below, you will find a variety of testimonials and reports on the alfapump® system.

Physician interviews

Leading physicians talk about their experience with the alfapump®.

Klinikum Niederberg
Dr. med. Köstermann from the Klinikum Niederberg, Velbert and patient shared their experiences with the alfapump system.
BBC London - Report on the alfapump® system
BBC London television report from Royal Free Hospital with hepatologist Professor Rajiv Jalan, and patient Michael B., whose life was transformed thanks to the alfapump.
SKY News - Report on the alfapump® system
SKY News talked to Professor Rajiv Jalan, hepatologist from the Royal Free Hospital, London and patient Michael B., who shared their experiences with the alfapump system.
NDR - Report on the alfapump® system
German TV channel NDR broadcasts a report from Hagenow Hospital about the alfapump system (German language).
MDR - Report on the alfapump® system
Watch this report from the University Hospital of Leipzig, which was broadcast on German television channel MDR in February 2013 (German language).
Role of the alfapump® system
Professor Markus Peck-Radosavljevic talks about the alfapump system and how it can help patients with ascites.

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