Freezing the Disease
How CryoSpray Ablation works: Your doctor inserts a long tube with a camera on the end (an endoscope) into the treatment area. This is just like endoscopy exams that you've already had. Your doctor sprays liquid nitrogen on the unwanted tissue to freeze it, and then allows the tissue to thaw. This freeze-thaw cycle is typically repeated several times as determined by your doctor. This rapid freeze and thaw of tissue has proven to destroy treated cells and tissue.
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Returning to Your Life
The procedure is a simple outpatient procedure, requiring minimal time (20-30 minutes) to complete. Plus, you often can expect to return home the same day and often return to your normal routine the next day.