Dr David Lloyd speaking about hip replacements

CLEAN: Interior interview with Dr David Lloyd speaking about bad hip replacements. The Sunday Telegraph investigation reveals new concerns about more than 30,000 British patients who have had the 'metal-on-metal' hip replacements -- that's a metal ball which fits into a metal cup - implanted into the pelvis. Problems occur when friction between the ball and cup causes tiny metal filings to break off, which can seep into the bloodstream and cause inflammation - potentially destroying muscle and bone. But advisers for the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency go further - and say the devices could be causing 'systemic toxicity' - effectively poisoning the body Dr David Lloyd speaking about hip replacements on January 29, 2012 in London, England (Footage by Sky News/Getty Images)


Clip #: 138143927HD
Collection: Sky News
Date created: 29 January, 2012
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Clip length: 00:00:50
Location: London, England, United Kingdom
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