• Accueil
  • Publications

  • Study of contact methods to cool biological tis...

Document IIF

Study of contact methods to cool biological tissue in local surgery.

Étude sur les méthodes par contact pour refroidir les tissus biologiques dans le cadre de la chirurgie locale.

Numéro : pap. n. 077



The method to cool a biological tissue with capillary–porous coverage is studied for application in local cryotherapy and to cure consequences of acute injuries (contusions and sprains). The isotherm dynamics T(t) by the depth Z of the cooled tissue (gel 4% gelatin solution, the tissue analogue in vitro) is investigated. The obtained data on isotherm dynamics T(t) have been compared with calculation results. A flexible capillary-porous coverage is chosen, which is convenient for local cryotherapy practice. It is quickly (during 5 seconds) soaked with a cooling agent, is pressed to the tissue, is fixed and cools the biological tissue for 3 minutes and longer. The basic diagram was obtained for the cooling power of a tissue by use of an ice package. The two cooling methods are compared.

Documents disponibles

Format PDF

Pages : 146-149


  • Prix public

    20 €

  • Prix membre*


* meilleur tarif applicable selon le type d'adhésion (voir le détail des avantages des adhésions individuelles et collectives)


  • Titre original : Study of contact methods to cool biological tissue in local surgery.
  • Identifiant de la fiche : 30005944
  • Langues : Anglais
  • Source : Cryogenics 2012. Proceedings of the 12th IIR International Conference: Dresden, Germany, September 11-14, 2012.
  • Date d'édition : 11/09/2012


Voir d'autres communications du même compte rendu (78)
Voir le compte rendu de la conférence