Post cryotherapy instructions

CRYOSURGERY FOR KERATOSES/WARTS AFTER CARE …

CRYOSURGERY FOR KERATOSES/WARTS AFTER CARE INSTRUCTIONS 1. After treatment the skin may become slightly redder, tender and may even blister. Wash area once a day with soap and water. You may apply Aquaphor healing ointment or Vaseline until area is healed. 2. If any discomfort persists for longer than 24-48 hours, please call the office. 3.

November 14th,2019

Shoulder Cryo/Cuff - University of Washington

Simplicity of design and ease of operation makes it ideal for the ER, post-op, training room and home. The Shoulder Cryo/Cuff has four parts: Cuff – covers the shoulder with pressurized ice water. Cooler – holds enough water and ice for 6 to 8 hours of cryotherapy. Insulation Disk – helps keep water and ice cold.

November 14th,2019

POST-CRYOTHERAPY INSTRUCTIONS (AKA LIQUID …

POST-CRYOTHERAPY INSTRUCTIONS (AKA LIQUID NITROGEN TREATMENT) Your skin has been treated with liquid nitrogen, also known as cryotherapy. This treatment is performed for precancerous skin lesions known as actinic/solar keratoses. It is also used to treat warts and benign skin lesions, such as seborrheic keratoses.

November 14th,2019

Cryosurgery (Liquid Nitrogen Freezing) Site Care Instructions

Cryosurgery (Liquid Nitrogen Freezing) Site Care Instructions . You have had cryosurgery performed by your provider to treat precancerous lesions or warts. Cryosurgery freezes the skin growth. As it thaws, there may be some throbbing or discomfort for a few hours. If you have any pain, take Extra-Strength Tylenol. You may also elevate the

November 14th,2019

POST CARE TREATMENT FOR CRYOTHERAPY /LIQUID …

POST CARE TREATMENT FOR CRYOTHERAPY /LIQUID NITROGEN FREEZING TREATMENTS Warts, pre-cancers or other skin lesions treated with Cyrotherapy: Swelling, redness and blistering may occur 2-24 hours after treatment. Vaseline (using a Q-tip) may be applied to the treated area(s) for a couple of days

November 14th,2019

POST OPERATIVE INSTRUCTIONS FOR WART PROCEDURES

POST OPERATIVE INSTRUCTIONS FOR WART PROCEDURES 1. A surgical treatment or procedure has been performed on the area. A certain amount of discomfort, drainage and swelling is to be expected. You may choose to limit activity and elevate/ice the involved …

November 14th,2019

Caring for your Cryosurgery Site(s)

Caring for your Cryosurgery Site(s) Cryosurgery is a standard therapy for both benign and malignant conditions of the skin. This handout hopes to answer or anticipate any questions you have. AFTER THE PROCEDURE . You will note swelling and redness around the site. This is normal.

November 14th,2019

Cryosurgery (Liquid Nitrogen Therapy) Aftercare Instructions

Cryosurgery (Liquid Nitrogen Therapy) Aftercare Instructions Cryosurgery involves using liquid nitrogen (approximately -320 degrees F) to freeze and destroy abnormal skin tissue including, but not limited to, warts, skin tags, seborrheic keratosis, actinic keratosis, and other benign or pre-cancerous growths.

November 14th,2019

CRYOSURGERY FOR KERATOSES/WARTS AFTER CARE …

CRYOSURGERY FOR KERATOSES/WARTS AFTER CARE INSTRUCTIONS 1. After treatment the skin may become slightly redder, tender and may even blister. Wash area once a day with soap and water. You may apply Aquaphor healing ointment or Vaseline until area is healed. 2. If any discomfort persists for longer than 24-48 hours, please call the office. 3.