Foamagen is a revolutionary foamy dura substitute that uses N2O Nitrous Oxide Medical Chargers in order to satisfy the clinically unmet needs for dura reconstruction after brain and spinal surgeries.
High-pressure gas and collagen are mixed to produce a highly porous foamy gel, which is flowable, lightweight, and can set in situ in a matter minutes – making dura mater repair quick and easy. This foamy material is an effective solution, providing comfort after brain surgery and replacing time-consuming suturing techniques for the dura mater repair.
Cyrotherapy involves using a number of different therapeutic cooling methods in order to target different areas of the skin.
Scientifically proven to optimise a variety of aesthetic treatments, N2O cylinders can be used in conjunction with a huge range of lightweight, compact, and patient-friendly devices.
Thanks to significant advances in technology, today’s operating rooms are dominated by high performance technical equipment.
And, our gas cylinders have been proven to optimise a wealth of existing equipment, especially when it comes to compact pneumatic system solutions. This is because the new generation of surgical instruments are independent of central supply lines, making them more flexible and easier to handle for the surgeon.
Nitrous oxide is commonly used throughout the dentistry industry due to its safe and effective sedative properties.
Mixed with oxygen and inhaled through a small mask that fits over your nose, this well-known gas has been proven to help patients relax during certain procedures, especially patients who are nervous of the dentist.
Nitrous oxide is often referred to as “laughing gas” in dentistry and is not intended to put you to sleep but rather to make you feel more comfortable. This means that, during your procedure, you will still be able to hear and respond to any requests or directions the dentist may have.
Your dentist will ask you to breathe normally through your nose and, within a few short minutes, you should start to feel the effects of the Nitrous Oxide. Although side effects are rare, you may feel light-headed or even experience a tingling sensation in your arms and legs. Some patients even report that their legs begin to feel heavy.
The effects of nitrous oxide wear off soon after the mask is removed.
An increasing number of paediatricians, gynaecologists, and dentists are now using nitrous oxide as an effective form of anaesthesia in dermatology.
Helping to manage pain intensity during a variety of procedures, this gas has been proven to be an effective alternative to general anaesthesia or sedation techniques.
Nitrous Oxide remains one of the most commonly used forms of analgesia in labour, as it is an effective form of pain management with few side effects.