Cryo Professional

  • For medical professional use only

  • Quickly and effectively remove your patient’s skin lesions

  • Treats various types of skin lesions within 15-40 seconds 

The Cryo Professional is a professional cryosurgery product intended to be used for the treatment of benign skin lesions in patients over 4 years old. 

 

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Cryo Professional

  • For medical professional use only

  • Quickly and effectively remove your patient’s skin lesions

  • Treats various types of skin lesions within 15-40 seconds 

The Cryo Professional is a professional cryosurgery product intended to be used for the treatment of benign skin lesions in patients over 4 years old. 

 

More information

What is the Cryo Professional?

The Cryo Professional is a professional cryosurgery product intended to be used for the treatment of benign skin lesions in patients over 4 years old.

How does the Cryo Professional work?
The Cryo Professional is a cryosurgery product indicated for the treatment of various types of benign skin lesions. Cryotherapy freezes the skin lesion whereby it necrotises. The product contains dimethylether with propane / isobutane. Cryotherapy is a known effective and reliable treatment.

With the Cryo Professional different types of benign skin lesions can be treated i.e., warts on hands or feet, genital warts, skin tags, water warts, age spots and hyper pigmentation. The frequency and duration of the treatment varies per type of skin lesion and ranges from 15 to 40 seconds. Refer to the instruction for use for the specific treatment times.

 

During or immediately after treatment, there may be an experience of slight pain or a tingling sensation which gradually dissipates. Blistering can also appear after several days which should not be punctured, but covered with a plaster (bandage). Inform the patient beforehand about what can be expected before, during and after the treatment including post-treatment care and possible side-effects. As necessary, the treatment can be repeated after 2 weeks.

Indications

The Cryo Professional can be used to treat various types of benign skin lesions on patients over 4 years old. Examples of the types of skin lesions treatable with the Cryo Professional include:

 

  • Genital warts
  • Molluscum Contagiosum
  • Fibroma, Acrochordon (skin tags)
  • Verruca (Plantaris, Vulgaris, Plana)
  • Seborrheic Keratosis (SKs)
  • Aktinica Keratosis (AKs), both in the face and on other body parts
  • Lentigos, both in the face and on other body parts

Available product variations

This product is intended for use by medical professionals only.
The Cryo Professional is available in three versions:

  • 1x 170 ml aerosol dispenser with 50 x 5 mm foam sticks
  • 1x 170 ml aerosol dispenser with 60 x 2 mm foam sticks
  • 1x 170 ml aerosol dispenser Mix with 30 x 2mm foam sticks & 30 x 5 mm foam sticks

 

Warning

Only use the product with the foam sticks supplied. Do not use other types of foam sticks as they can reduce the effectiveness of the product and cause tissue or skin damage. The foam sticks are for single use on one patient only.

Instructions for use

The Cryo Professional is a medical device; please read the instructions before use. The Cryo Professional is a professional cryotherapy product for the treatment of various benign skin lesions. Treatment of specific skin lesions vary per lesion. Carefully read the instructions before using the Cryo Professional. Download the Cryo Professional instructions for use

 

More information

What is the Cryo Professional?

The Cryo Professional is a professional cryosurgery product intended to be used for the treatment of benign skin lesions in patients over 4 years old.

How does the Cryo Professional work?
The Cryo Professional is a cryosurgery product indicated for the treatment of various types of benign skin lesions. Cryotherapy freezes the skin lesion whereby it necrotises. The product contains dimethylether with propane / isobutane. Cryotherapy is a known effective and reliable treatment.

With the Cryo Professional different types of benign skin lesions can be treated i.e., warts on hands or feet, genital warts, skin tags, water warts, age spots and hyper pigmentation. The frequency and duration of the treatment varies per type of skin lesion and ranges from 15 to 40 seconds. Refer to the instruction for use for the specific treatment times.

 

During or immediately after treatment, there may be an experience of slight pain or a tingling sensation which gradually dissipates. Blistering can also appear after several days which should not be punctured, but covered with a plaster (bandage). Inform the patient beforehand about what can be expected before, during and after the treatment including post-treatment care and possible side-effects. As necessary, the treatment can be repeated after 2 weeks.

Indications

The Cryo Professional can be used to treat various types of benign skin lesions on patients over 4 years old. Examples of the types of skin lesions treatable with the Cryo Professional include:

 

  • Genital warts
  • Molluscum Contagiosum
  • Fibroma, Acrochordon (skin tags)
  • Verruca (Plantaris, Vulgaris, Plana)
  • Seborrheic Keratosis (SKs)
  • Aktinica Keratosis (AKs), both in the face and on other body parts
  • Lentigos, both in the face and on other body parts

Available product variations

This product is intended for use by medical professionals only.
The Cryo Professional is available in three versions:

  • 1x 170 ml aerosol dispenser with 50 x 5 mm foam sticks
  • 1x 170 ml aerosol dispenser with 60 x 2 mm foam sticks
  • 1x 170 ml aerosol dispenser Mix with 30 x 2mm foam sticks & 30 x 5 mm foam sticks

 

Warning

Only use the product with the foam sticks supplied. Do not use other types of foam sticks as they can reduce the effectiveness of the product and cause tissue or skin damage. The foam sticks are for single use on one patient only.

Instructions for use

The Cryo Professional is a medical device; please read the instructions before use. The Cryo Professional is a professional cryotherapy product for the treatment of various benign skin lesions. Treatment of specific skin lesions vary per lesion. Carefully read the instructions before using the Cryo Professional. Download the Cryo Professional instructions for use

 

Step 1

Determine which type of skin lesion is to be treated. Consult the table below for treatment times per skin lesion.


Table of recommended treatment times per skin lesion

 

Type of skin lesion

Recommended freezing times

Genital warts

40 seconds

Molluscum Contagiosum 

20 seconds

Verruca (Plantaris, Vulgaris) (warts on hands or feet)

40 seconds

Verruca (Plana)(flat warts)

20 seconds

Fibroma, Acrochordon (skin tags)

40 seconds

Seborrheic keratosis (SKs)

40 seconds

Aktinica keratosis (AKs) -> on the face

15 seconds

Aktinica keratosis (AKs) -> on other body parts

40 seconds

Lentigo -> on the face

15 seconds

Lentigo -> on other body parts

40 seconds

 

Treat skin lesions one part at a time if they are larger than 5mm.

 

Step 2
Disinfect the area prior to treatment to prevent infection.

Step 3
Determine the best treatment. Prepare as necessary the skin lesion prior to applying cyrotherapy. The use of, for example, keratolytic, has no known adverse effect on the performance of the product.

Bleeding warts is to be stopped before using the Cryo Professional.

Step 4
Determine the size of foam stick to use on the skin lesion (2 mm or 5 mm). Place the foam stick in the dispenser.

 

Step 5
Remove the protective cover from the push button and press the bottom to saturate the foam stick with the cryogen until it drips. Hold the dispenser upright while saturating the foam stick and do not point the dispenser in the direction of the patient or other persons in the room.

 

DO NOT activate the dispenser when the foam stick is in contact with the patient. DO NOT re-saturate the foam stick again during treatment as this will reduce foam stick’s reservoir capability and the effectiveness of the treatment.

Step 6
Turn the dispenser horizontally at a 90 degrees angle, with the foam stick pointing towards the ground.

 

Step 7
Wait 15 seconds allowing the foam stick to achieve treatment temperature.

 

Step 8
Place the foam stick against the skin lesion. Keep the foam stick against the skin lesion for the recommended time as listed in the table above.

Keep the foam stick vertically downward during treatment.

 

Step 9
Remove the foam stick from the dispenser after the treatment and dispose of it.

Step 10
The treatment can be repeated for no more than 4 times with interval of 2 weeks between treatments.


Potential side-effects
Inform the patient about the potential side-effects of which the most common ones include:

  • Prickling or painful sensation

  • Blisters

  • Hypopigmentation

  • Inflammatory hyperpigmentation

 

Contraindications

  • Confirmed diagnosis of cancer or if there is current or past treatment for cancer
  • Diabetics and patients with circulatory problems
  • Patients with cryoglobulinemia
  • Patients with autoimmune disorders

 

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