The Cryo Cooling Pack is the easiest, most cost-effective method for initiating and continuing cooling patients from the scene to the ED onto the ICU for cardiac arrest patients.
Heat stroke victims can die within 1 hour of collapse. Initiate medical grade cooling immediately on the field. Use the Cryo Cooling Pack as the Bridge to Cold Water Immersion Therapy.
As an independent predictor of poor outcomes in the ICU, fever must be controlled. Cryo is your cost-effective alternative to expensive TTM disposables for intermittent fevers. Cryo works immediately, non-invasively, and cost-effectively.
Watch How the Cryo Cooling System Works:
The Cryo Cooling System is Simple & Fast.
Intuitive, trainable, and adoptable. Simply “Punch the Pack” and apply to the carotid triangle region on the neck, where the body’s entire blood supply passes every 3.5 minutes.
Insert it into the Cryothermic Cooling Wrap, which holds the pack in place to extract heat from the vessels in the neck. It requires no advanced certification and takes less than 10 seconds.
Proven effective in EMS, Emergency Rooms and ICUs in lowering patient temperature up to 3˚C/5.4˚F in less than 20 minutes.
Demonstrated To Lower Body Temperature up to 3°C (5.4°F) in 20 Minutes in the Most Demanding Applications!
A Cost-Effective Solution
The Cryo Cooling Element is the most cost-effective method to initiate and continue cooling, whether prehospital use by EMS or in the ICU for fever control. Cryo Cooling Elements are inert until activated, requiring no electrical power, refrigeration or external equipment.
A Safe and Proven System for Early Cooling.
The Cryo Cooling Element fits 2015 AHA Guidelines and has demonstrated patient cooling equal to chilled saline in out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest patients.1 AHA Guidelines in 2015 strongly recommend against the use of Chilled Saline due to observed side effects of rearrest and pulmonary edema.2
AHA Supports Early Cooling with an Alternative to Saline:
American Heart Association Guidelines – 2015
The Task Force recommends targeted temperature management for adults with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with an initial shockable rhythm at a constant temperature between 32°C and 36°C for at least 24 hours. Similar suggestions are made for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with a nonshockable rhythm and in-hospital cardiac arrest.
The Task Force recommends against prehospital cooling with rapid infusion of large volumes of cold intravenous fluid.2
Not All Cooling Packs are Created Equal.
The Cyro Cooling Element is 15 degrees Celcius colder than standard ice packs.