According to the World Health Organization, “cryosurgical units suitable for the treatment of precancerous cervical lesions consists of a handheld unit with a probe, known as the cryoprobe, and one or more “triggers” or switches to control the temperature of the probe. At the distal end of the probe there is a disc, the “cryotip”, that can be placed in contact with the lesion. The probe is cooled to a temperature of at least -20°C. The hand held unit is attached to a gas cylinder through a suitable hose and connecting unit. The latter is normally fitted with a gauge to monitor the pressure within the cylinder.”

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AKW Medical Team