In recent years, innovation in application techniques and sophistication of cryosurgical devices, such as the CryoIQ, have made cryosurgery widely used in pediatrics. This is due to its excellent safety record, painless procedure and level of effectiveness when treating the most common skin lesions including molluscum contagiosum, plantar warts and warts on hands and fingers.
As a pediatrician, your goal is to provide gentle and effective treatments for young patients, especially when it comes to lesions on the skin. It is essential to find a treatment plan that is effective and comfortable for the patient, by doing so, you can ensure that your patients get the best possible care and leave with a smile on their faces.
Overall, cryosurgery and CryoIQ is well suited for the pediatric practice, offering several benefits to young patients, such as:
- Pain-free: A minimally invasive procedure that does not require anesthesia, making it comfortable for children.
- Low risk of infection and bleeding: CryoIQ uses extreme cold to destroy the affected tissue without damaging surrounding healthy tissue, thus reducing the risk of infection, bleeding and other complications.
- No work or sport restrictions: Since cryosurgery is a non-invasive procedure, children can resume their daily activities immediately after the treatment without any restrictions.