BioCryo Cold Compression System

BioCryo Cold Compression System


  • Dimensions: 5.5″ x 8″ x 12″ (H x W x D)
                         14 cm x 20 cm x 30 cm
  • Weight: 4.55 lbs
                 2,06 kg
  • Pressure Range: 0-80 mm Hg
  • Cycle Time: 60 Seconds

How Does the BioCryo System Work?

The BioCryo starts with sequential compression that massages the tissue to move fluids through and out of the injured area or surgical site, speeding the healing process and preventing infection.   The BioCryo combines this massaging action with the convenient BioCryo gel pack insert which conforms to the body for maximum surface contact, pulling heat away from the injury site while reducing inflammation and pain. 


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Supply Item: SC-2004-OC

BioCryo Cold Compression System

Our cold compression therapy system combines active cold and sequential compression therapies to provide maximum power to manage pain, reduce inflammation and speed healing for a wide variety of ailments.  BioCryo technology stimulates tissue repair by enhancing Lymphatic function, removing edema from the injury site and encouraging oxygenated blood flow to the site, leading to a faster recovery.  

BioCryo Cold Compression System is a gradient, sequential, pneumatic compression device

What are the BioCryo advantages?

  • Convenient cold gel pack insert eliminates the need for ice and water.
  • 4 sequential chambers of cold compression therapy is more effective than single chamber devices.
  • Pain management without the use of narcotics helps patients reduce their need for prescription medication.
  • Increased patient compliance-easy to use and comfortable to wear.
  • Shorten post surgical recovery time.
  • Light weight and portable, the BioCryo is easy to carry and set up.
  • Get packs store conveniently in the freezer and stay ice cold for hours of use.
  • Unilateral and/or Bilateral functionality.
  • Wide selection of sleeves including Latex free custom garments for unique sizing.
  • Medically proven results to prevent infection and relieve swelling, soreness and fatigue.





Pneumatic compression is contraindicated for the patients with:

  1. Congestive heart failure
  2. Deep Vein Thrombosis
  3. Inflammatory phlebitis or episodes of Pulmonary Embolism
  4. Infections in the limb, including cellulitis, without appropriate antibiotic coverage
  5. Presence of cancer unless for palliative care
  6. Cold Urticaria
  7. Cold Erythema
  8. Cold Hemoglobinuria
  9. Other indications as identified by the threating physician
(By order of a physician only)