Elevating the cooler fills and pressurizes the cuff.
Compression is controlled by gravity, and is proportional to the
elevation of the cooler. For example, if the cooler is 20" above
the cuff during filling, the applied compression will be approximately
35mm Hg (1" elevation = 1.8 mm Hg pressure). When body heat warms
the water, it is rechilled simply by lowering the cooler.
The Cryo/Cuff system contains 3 basic components:
Cuff- covers the injured
Cooler- holds enough water
and ice for 6 to 8 hours of cryotherapy.
Tube- exchanges the water
between cooler and cuff.
Specifically designed to treat children's injuries (ages 1 to 7).
Using a combination of controlled compression and cold, the Cryo/Cuff
minimizes hemarthrosis, swelling, and pain. The Pediatric Ankle Cryo/Cuff
is ideal for use in the treatment of hemorrhagic episodes in hemophilia.
Anatomic cuff design for complete
coverage of affected area.
Measured compression for patient comfort.
Controlled cold eliminates the risk of
Detachable cooler allows for
Treatment for hemophilia hemorrhage.
Sizes for both pediatric and adult
the Ankle Cryo Cuff by AirCast Available in both Adult and Pediatric Sizes
and Cooler Item#
Ankle Cryo/Cuff Only
Price Ankle Cryo/Cuff and Cooler $125.00 each
Price Ankle Cryo/Cuff Only $70.00 each