Safe and affordable treatment with cryotherapy
Cryosurgery (Cryotherapy) is the local application of extreme cold for a controlled destruction or removal of abnormal or diseased tissue. In the past years innovations in the methods of application of the cryogen have made cryosurgery a preferred surgical treatment option for veterinarians to use on their patient animals
Large Range of Procedures
Veterinary Cryosurgery has been used by veterinarians to
aid in treatment procedures for, but not limited to:
- Eyelid tumors and masses
- Tail and tail- base tumors
- Tongue tumors
- Paw or pad mast cell tumors
- Skin tags
- Tumors in the mouth and ear
- Peri-anal carcinomas and anal gland tumors
CryoIQ DERM Plus
The CryoIQ DERM plus has a fixed veterinary applicator
capable of accurate liquid spray freezing of skin imperfections
with no destruction of adjacent healthy tissue.
The device offers the possibility of contact freezing through a
fixed contact applicator with predetermined surfaces of 1, 3
or 5 mm.
Typical lesion size 1 – 6 mm
The CryoIQ PRO with interchangeable spray and
contact freezing applicators for different areas
of application, such as dermatology, dentistry,
podiatry, gynecology/urology and veterinary.
The product has the choice of the use of 25 g
Nitrous Oxide cartridges.
Typical lesion size 1 – 25 mm.
Advantages of Veterinary Cryosurgery
- Low treatment cost
- Simple and safe handling
- Effective treatment of all common skin lesions
- Ergonomic design
- Precise application, high accuracy
- Constant freezing temperature of -89°C/-128 °F
- Broad range of accessories and cartridges
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