Dermatology Handbook

The professional's guide to product selection

Cryotherapy

Closed Probes

Closed Probes

Closed probes are available to fit the size, shape or section of the lesion to be treated. Mini probes are for lesions in eyelid margins, near the eyes or outer ear canal. Conical probes can be inserted into larger or ulcerated lesions. Ball probes are for ulcerated tumours and underlying bony structures. Flat probes are for vascular lesions

Cry-Ac

Cry-Ac

Cry-Ac is a liquid nitrogen cryosurgery device that can be used to apply a controlled amount of liquid nitrogen to a wide range of common skin lesions. Cry-Ac has a greater capacity and longer holding time than Cry-Ac-3

Cryo Tweezers

Cryo Tweezers

The cryo tweezers control freezing easily and accurately

CryoPro

CryoPro

The CyroPro offers a great solution to cryosurgery through the application of liquid nitrogen to remove warts, moles and skin tags. This is achieved through either spray or probes with the selection of applicators provided with the CryoPro Mini and Maxi as standard.

CryoSuccess

CryoSuccess

A simple effective hand-held cryotherapy device for accurate treatment of skin lesions, making it ideal for general practice, dermatology, podiatry and minor surgery applications.

Liquid Nitrogen Storage & Withdrawal

Liquid Nitrogen Storage & Withdrawal

A complete range of liquid nitrogen storage dewars, along with two different decanting options (withdrawal tube or withdrawal device) depending on the size of the dewar, are available. The necessary personal protective equipment (gloves, goggles and aprons) is also available for the safe decanting of liquid nitrogen

Open Sprays

Open Sprays

Open sprays consist of apertures, spray extensions and adapters. Apertures are used to treat cutaneous lesions — apertures A–D are for accurate controlled treatments of lesions of different sizes. The advanced acne aperture is for acne and cryopeel — the super spray tip allows for concentrated streamlined spray, enabling lesions to be treated faster