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COLD TREATMENT – CRYOTHERAPY

Modern technologies allow to obtain much lower temperatures than the one offered by snow or ice!

Cryotherapy (from the Greek cryo meaning cold) is a form of treatment involving tissue destruction by controlled freezing temperatures use. The use of cold is the oldest form of treatment.

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Since 2500 BC it is known that cold has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects to the wound. Modern technologies allow to obtain much lower temperatures than were assured by wrapping with snow or ice.

Cold treatment – cryotherapy

Everyone knows, from personal experience, that cold relieves pain, reduces swelling and bleeding.

An additional advantage is that this action does not cause side effects and does not over-burden the cardiovascular system. Low temperatures, as a form of treatment, are used in both ad hoc and ambulatory treatment.

The cryosurgery devices that are most often used:

  • Liquid nitrogen, which is a liquefied gas of a temperature of – 196.5°C
  • Solid carbon dioxide (the so-called “dry ice”) of a temperature of – 78.9°C
  • Nitrous oxide of a temperature of – 88.7°C
  • Ethyl chloride

THERAPY WITH THE USE OF FREEZING TEMPERATURES – STIMULATION

Liquid nitrogen, apart from the fact that it provides low temperature is a neutral factor that is chemically inert. In contrast, the use of the so-called “dry ice” allowed the transport of biological material (blood, organs) contributing to the development of the transplantology.

– The application of liquid nitrogen in medicine enabled the development of one of the methods of rehabilitation – cryotherapy. This term refers to the therapeutic actions aimed at reducing the temperature of the body surface. It is worth noting that the effect of the cold does not cause destruction of normal tissue. The aim of the cryotherapeutic treatment is therefore the stimulation of physiological mechanisms of the body to achieve a particular clinical effect.
Therefore, the treatment with freezing temperatures finds its application in many fields of medicine, including dermatology and venereology. If you are considering such a treatment, you should go to the appropriate specialist, e.g. a dermatologist

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– The application of liquid nitrogen in medicine enabled the development of one of the methods of rehabilitation – cryotherapy. This term refers to the therapeutic actions aimed at reducing the temperature of the body surface. It is worth noting that the effect of the cold does not cause destruction of normal tissue. The aim of the cryotherapeutic treatment is therefore the stimulation of physiological mechanisms of the body to achieve a particular clinical effect.
Therefore, the treatment with freezing temperatures finds its application in many fields of medicine, including dermatology and venereology. If you are considering such a treatment, you should go to the appropriate specialist, e.g. a dermatologist.
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