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cryogen

[′krī·ə·jən]
(cryogenics)
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At one such New Orleans facility, "the quench tube reportedly failed and the pressure from the expanding cryogen blew out the control room radiofrequency window.
This significantly reduced cryogen usage and increased output.
The 27 subjects had acne of similar severity on both sides of the upper back, which were treated with laser and cryogen spray; control areas were treated with cryogen spray only Four treatments were administered, with 3 weeks in between treatments.
Duane Townsend, a gynecologist in Park City, Utah, and a consultant for CryoGen, said he believes ultrasound visualization offers an advantage over hysteroscopic visualization.
In fact, top-chilling may require three times more processing time and 20-25% more cryogen to achieve the same desired temperature.
MR Solutions has introduced its second generation MRI magnet technology to its range of ground breaking 3T and 7T, cryogen free, preclinical scanners.
The system is used in conjunction with ultrasound, according to the device's manufacturer, San Diego-based CryoGen.
The equipment will be housed in a specially designed lab with other similar cryogen free measurement systems.
com)-- MR Solutions has introduced its second generation MRI magnet technology to its range of ground breaking 3T and 7T, cryogen free, preclinical scanners.
The Vbeam also sprays a burst of cryogen prior to the laser pulse to increase patient comfort.
Heppard, who has no financial interest in the device or its San Diego--based manufacturer, CryoGen Inc.