Clinical & Diagnostics Cryosurgery Devices Equipment

Cryosurgery devices are surgical instruments used to freeze and destroy abnormal cells. These minimally invasive tools may be applied to treat a variety of conditions ranging from skin lesions to internal malignancies. Many advanced machines target growths using cryogen- cooled probes in conjunction with integrated or infrared technology to guide probe placement.

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The CRY-AC and AC-3 are available in 500ml and 300ml capacity, provide the ultimate in controlled application of Liquid Nitrogen to the lesion.
The Cry-Ac Tracker Cam is a device that measures the temperature of the skin when spraying Liquid Nitrogen via the Cry-Ac delivery system to the selected skin lesion using the latest Infrared Sensoring technology.
The compact, lightweight UltraFreeze is the new, easy-to-use, portable cryosurgical system ideal for most office skin procedures.
The WA1000B console offers the ideal combination of easy-to-use controls and built in safety features. It uses the powerful LL100 two-trigger freezer for Nitrous Oxide.