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Technical conditions of the premises

Infrastructure of the rooms for the implementation of cryotherapy treatments.

Procedures for the conduct of systemic cryotherapy procedures provide, after the procedure in the cryochamber, for physical exercise – kinesitherapy. In order to carry them out, a properly equipped area is required, as well as social infrastructure (sanitary facilities, locker rooms, bathrooms, etc.). The cryochamber proposed by CREATOR Sp. z o.o. can handle ca. 50-60 patients per hour, and up to 300 patients in a single session. These assumptions require a total area of 200m2 and above ( it is possible to adapt the project to the investor’s individual needs):

  • A room with an area from 20m2 and a height of. 300 cm, in which the cryochamber is located (which are waiting rooms for patients waiting for treatment), having a direct connection with the technical room and the doctor’s office, and as direct as possible with the kinesiotherapy room,
  • technical room of area. from 4m2, directly adjacent to the cryochamber room and adjacent to the outside wall, (the nitrogen tank located outside the facility should be located at the shortest possible distance from the technical room) equipped with power supply.
  • medical room of area. From 6m2,
  • kinesiotherapy exercise room of area. From 50m2,
  • locker rooms with sanitary facilities.

The premises should meet the requirements for treatment facilities.


The treatment cycle in the cryochamber is controlled using electronic circuits, programmed by the rehabilitator using a touch panel. Reaching and maintaining the right temperature is done by heat exchangers installed in the atrium and treatment chamber. The temperature is measured at a height of about 40 cm above the floor. The proper placement and design of the heat exchangers ensures good temperature distribution throughout the cryochamber, guaranteeing an effective treatment.

The respiratory air preparation system is a specialized unit, the result of whose work is the ability to introduce into the treatment chamber maximally purified and dry air with a temperature of -100 to -120 degrees Celsius in an amount that allows its replacement several times per hour. A system for extracting the resulting mist works with this system. The cooperation of these systems ensures the comfort of the procedure, as it reduces the feeling of cold, maintains the transparency of the atmosphere in the treatment chamber and neutralizes the influence of outside air that enters the chamber during the entrance and exit of patients.

The control system is located in two small cabinets. The correct operation of the cryochamber is supervised by an electronic control system from Mitsubishi Electric, which provides automatic control of all components of the cryochamber, allows temperature and treatment time settings. This system monitors the oxygen level in the treatment chamber and the room in front of the machine room – and signals any irregularities in the operation of the cryochamber. In extreme cases of danger to the patient and operating personnel-for example, when the oxygen level drops below 17% or the temperature measurement system fails-it shuts down its operation and cuts off the supply of cooling medium at the tank.

The interior of the chamber is safe for the patient. The walls are covered with linden wood paneling. A camera is placed in the chamber to monitor the procedure.

The doors of the treatment chamber and vestibule are equipped with windows. This allows eye contact with the patient, which ultimately reduces the stress caused by being in extreme conditions. An important safety feature is the design of the door locks, allowing them to be opened under the pressure of body weight, without the need to use the handle in situations where the patient needs to leave the treatment chamber immediately. The patient can also signal the need to leave by pressing the alarm button, which is located inside the treatment chamber. An audible and light signal gives the therapist a cue to stop the treatment immediately, and the electronic control system automatically cuts off the supply of coolant to all systems.