cryogenic device

cryogenic device

[‚krī·ə′jen·ik di′vīs]
(cryogenics)
A device whose operation depends on superconductivity as produced by temperatures near absolute zero. Also known as superconducting device.
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The BioArchive System is an automated cryogenic device, used by cord blood stem cell banks in over 30 countries for cryopreserving and archiving cord blood stem cell units for transplant.
AXP is a proprietary family of automated devices used for the processing of cord blood; the BioArchive System is an automated cryogenic device used to archive cord blood stem cell units for transplant.
ThermoGenesis Corporation (Rancho Cordova, CA) announced that the European Patent Office has granted a patent entitled "Method & Apparatus for Cryogenic Storage of Thermolabile Products" which contains broad claims covering the technology used in the BioArchive System, an automated cryogenic device used by cord blood stem cell banks in most of the industrialized countries to obtain precision cryogenic freezing and robotic storage and retrieval of cord blood stem cell units for transplant.
This temperature must be maintained for 6 hours or more,- Cryogenic device must be compatible with the passage of an infrared beam / Thz (power 1.
The Her Option Cryoblation System is the only FDA approved cryogenic device for treatment of excessive menstrual bleeding.
Food and Drug Administration has not approved any whole-body cryogenic devices for medical use.
They are the manufacturer and distributor of professional high tech cryogenic devices and fitness equipment.
Natively operating from DC to 3 THz, Phiar's technology is a compact, practical replacement for costly compound semiconductors in GHz applications and cryogenic devices in the emerging THz field.

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