cryoanalgesia


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cryoanalgesia

 [kri″o-an″al-je´ze-ah]
the relief of pain by application of cold by cryoprobe to peripheral nerves.

cryoanalgesia

/cryo·an·al·ge·sia/ (kri″o-an″al-je´ze-ah) the relief of pain by application of cold by cryoprobe to peripheral nerves.

cryoanalgesia

(krī″ō-an″ăl-jē′zhă, z(h)ē-ă) [ cryo- + analgesia]
The relief of pain by applying a cold object to a painful part of the body or by destroying painful nerves with very cold probes.

cryoanalgesia

the relief of pain by the application of cold by cryoprobe to peripheral nerves.
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Miscellaneous: Assisted Suicide; Autopsies; Body composition measurements; Cryoanalgesia and Cold Laser (low-energy) Therapy for wound healing, pain therapy, and other disorders; Complications following Non-covered Services - Coverage; Death-related Services; Coverage of shipboard and out-of-US medical care;:
Miscellaneous: Assisted Suicide; Autopsies; Cryoanalgesia and Cold Laser (low-energy) Therapy for wound healing, pain therapy, and other disorders; Complications following Non-covered Services - Coverage; Hospital Charges for Noncovered Services; Death-related Services; Electrosleep Therapy; Experimental/Investigative Services; Histamine desensitization therapy for intractable headache; Hospital Admission Guidelines for Diabetic Adults;
Cryoanalgesia is used during open-heart surgery, allowing the patient to experience a fast and pain free recovery.