Cryotherapy treatment is the use of low temperatures in treatment to reduce pain or inflammation. The powerful localised cooling provided by CarbonCool® aids rehabilitation by reducing pain and inflammation in targeted areas.

Reduce Inflammation
Constricts blood vessels and reduces internal bleeding and flow of inflammation-causing toxins into the tissues.

Reduce Swelling
Decreases cell activity in developing swells.

Reduce Pain
Numbs the ability of nerve endings to conduct impulses.

Reduce Muscle Spasm
Reduces the muscles’ ability to maintain contraction.

Therapeutic Normothermia is a treatment using external cooling agents to bring a patient’s core temperature from above normal back to normal. Therapeutic Normothermia is also used for neuroprotection.

Reduce Cardiac Output
Constricts blood vessels and reduces internal bleeding and flow of inflammation-causing toxins into the tissues.

Reduce Oxygen Consumption
Decreases cell activity in developing swells.

Improve Cardiovascular Stability (circulatory disorder)
Numbs the ability of nerve endings to conduct impulses.

Improve Serum Lactate Clearance (reduce harmful metabolites)
Reduces the muscles’ ability to maintain contraction.

Hypothermia Therapy is the cooling of a patient's core body temperature to below normal. The purpose is to reduce the cells' metabolic rate following a lack of, or restricted, blood flow, to prevent cell death.

Targeted Temperature Management
For all comatose adult patients with ROSC after cardiac arrest.

Continue Temperature Management Beyond 24 Hours
Actively preventing fever in comatose patients after TTM is reasonable.

Out-of-Hospital Cooling
The routine pre-hospital cooling of patients with rapid infusion of cold IV fluids after ROSC is not recommended.

Rapid body cooling is applicable for firefighters to reduce core body temperature during and after training and/or operation. Active cooling is proven to reduce mean core temperature, heart rate and leukocyte count of Firefighters, preventing heat stress and possible injuries.

Rehab Cooling
Cooling after firefighting or training aids in the prevention of heat injury and allows an increase productivity through faster recovery.

During Operations Cooling
While firefighters are exposed to extreme heat conditions, passive cooling during exposure will aid it extracting excess heat and maintaining a balanced temperature within the protective suit. This allows more efficient performance during firefighting, and improved comfort for the wearer.

In Sports, cold and compression (in R-I-C-E principles) are routinely applied immediately after acute injury to alleviate pain, reduce swelling and speed functional recovery.

Cold Compression Therapy During Injury
The application of cold to injured area suppresses the metabolic rate of the immediately surrounding soft tissue. This decrease in tissue metabolism is associated with a reduction in enzymatic activity, preventing tissue damage caused by hypoxia. Paired with compression, CarbonCool® aids lymphatic function, encourages cellular oxygen supply, and stimulates tissue repair.

Sports Performance Cooling
CarbonCool® delivers therapeutic benefits of cold compression to sportsmen when applied after training. The therapy allows an effective way to flush the lactic acid build up within the muscles, aiding sportsmen to recover faster and avoid injury.

For personnel donning protective wear such as the Hazmat suit, our cooling system is able to provide sustained comfort and heat stress reduction.

Reduces Risk of Heat Injury
Continuous cooling aids it extracting excess heat and maintaining a balanced temperature within the protective suit, preventing overheating.

During Operations Cooling
Cooling during operations helps keep the wearer comfortable within the suit, boosting alertness and work capacity.