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Cryosurgical probes that are energized by the Joule-Thomson refrigeration cycle appeared in the middle of the twentieth century.
Cryosurgical probes have, until recently, been relatively large and therefore invasive devices that use liquid nitrogen to provide the cooling, according to investigators.
The most recent advancement in cryosurgical probe technology addresses this need by improving the underlying thermodynamic cycle.
As well, it co-developed and is now globally launching the SurgiFrost(TM) CryoSurgical Probe System to treat cardiac arrhythmias.
Patients Successfully Treated with CryoSurgical Probe System