CryoPro

CORTEX TECHNOLOGY
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Cryosurgical equipment

Cryotherapy is the treatment of choice or an alternate method for the treatment of many skin lesions as well as cervical erosions.

At minus 196 deg. C liquid nitrogen provides superior efficacy in comparison to other coolants. In addition only LN2 offers both spray and contact freezing, and it is a safe and environmentally friendly treatment modality associated with only little pain due to the short duration of the treatment procedure.

Other coolants  such as nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide and dimethyl ether/propane can only be used for contact freezing and do not reach temperatures below minus 90 deg. C. ​Consequently, liquid nitrogen is the most widely used coolant in modern cryosurgery.

 

​​CORTEX TECHNOLOGY is the leading European supplier of LN2 cryosurgical equipment. We offer a complete range of treatment units, accessories and storage tanks, and our experienced staff is ready to give professional advice and support.

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Liquid nitrogen treatment units

Our CryoPro treatment units and accessories are designed to provide reliable and trouble free operation even after extensive freezing due to the use of high quality materials and careful quality control in all production stages.​

​The CryoPro units are available in two sizes:

MAXI (0.5 l, 20-24 hrs. static holding time) versus MINI (0.35l, 12-14 hrs. static holding time).

Each unit comes with a set of spray applicators for most common lesions such as warts, small tumors etc. and a three year world wide warranty against manufacturing and material defects.

​The units are manufactured in our ISO 13485 certified production facilities and provided with EC Certificate in class IIa under notified body 0543 and FDA 510(k) in regulatory class II.

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