Pressure in Airflow for Cooling

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Pressure in Airflow for Cooling

Some medical procedures involve cooling and pressure to safely implement them. For example, the Cryo 6 therapy system delivers air at temperatures down to -30°C air for efficient pain treatment, swelling reduction and muscle relaxation. The system enables cryotherapy with precise placement and at a constant dosage. Other cooling methods, such as contact cooling, cryogen spray or ice packs pose the risk of skin burns. In contrast, the Cryo 6 system decreases the skin temperature quicker and keeps a constant dosage throughout the entire treatment time.

In dermatology procedures, such as a blue or red LED light therapy that involve exposing the skin to infrared light after a chemical has been applied to improve the efficacy of the treatment, the cooling unit makes the 20-minute procedure tolerable by providing cooling air.

Cryo 6 therapy system

Single-touch buttons on the Zimmer Cryo 6 control panel allow easy adjustment of the therapy fan speed and treatment time. Simply tapping the up or down buttons adjusts either setting. In this case, the level 5 setting indicates a relative measurement made by a pressure sensor.

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