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|Working Handles:||2-6 Handles||Vacuum:||10-100KPA|
|Temperature:||+5°C To -16°C||Voltage:||220V/110V|
Cool Scupting — scientifically known as Cryolipolysis— is essentially a procedure to freeze (and thereby kill), fat cells. Here's how the FDA-approved treatment works: An applicator (think of it sort of like a giant vacuum hose) applies suction to the area you want to target.The applicator then applies carefully regulated cooling plates to bring fat cells down to a temperature at which they are irreversibly damaged. After the deep-freeze damage to the fat cells, they will eventually die and be eliminated by the body.
In theory, Cool Scupting can tackle just about any unwanted bulge — it's FDA-approved for the abdomen, "love handles," thighs, upper arms, "bra fat," back fat, "banana roll" underneath your butt, and "double chin" — but there is one big caveat: you have to have "enough fat for the applicator to adhere to. In other words, there has to be enough fat to pinch for the treatment to work.
1. Two effective radiators to ensure machine working till 10 hours
2. 8 inch color touch screen.
3. Power supply, imported from Meanwell, Taiwan.
4.Taiwan water pump.
5. Proportional valve, imported from Germany.
6. Double air pump, imported from Taiwan.
7. Japan EMC Solenoid valve.
8. Cooling temperature: -15~5 degrees.
9. Cooling pads, semiconductor ceramic. Handle size: 18*5.5*5.7cm and cool plate size: 5*7.8cm.
10.Contact skin parts: Medical use silicagel, soft to make customers feel comfortable during treatment.
|Input voltage||AC110V/220V 50-60Hz||Power consumption||<800w|
|Screen||8-inch wide color touch screen||Cooling liquid:||Pure water|
|Cooling device output temperature||-15 °C- 5°C||Output Vaccum pressure||10-100KPa|
|Default time||0-60min||Fuse size||F3AL250V|
|Ambient temperature||5°C-+42°C||Relative humidity||≤85%|
|Package size||62cm*62cm*130cm(L*W*H)||Warranty time||6 months for accessories,24 months for machine body|
Cryolipolysis, commonly referred to as "CoolSculpting" by patients, uses cold temperature to break down fat cells. The fat cells are particularly susceptible to the effects of cold, unlike other types of cells. While the fat cells freeze, the skin and other structures are spared from injury.
This is one of the most popular nonsurgical fat reduction treatments, with over 450,000 procedures performed worldwide.
Patients who wish to reduce a localized fat bulge that has persisted despite diet and exercise may be interested in cryolipolysis.
Patients with cold-related conditions, like cryoglobulinemia, cold urticaris and paroxysmal cold hemoglobulinuria should not have cryolipolysis. Patients with loose skin or poor tone may not be suitable candidates for the procedure.
The goal of cryolipolysis is to reduce the volume of fat in a fatty bulge. Some patients may opt to have more than one area treated or to retreat an area more than once.
This procedure is done without anesthesia.
After an assessment of the dimensions and shape of the fatty bulge to be treated, an applicator of the appropriate size and curvature is chosen. The area of concern is marked to identify the site for applicator placement. A gel pad is placed to protect the skin. The applicator is applied and the bulge is vacuumed into the hollow of the applicator. The temperature inside the applicator drops, and as it does so, the area numbs. Patients sometimes experience discomfort from the vacuum's pull on their tissue, but this resolves within minutes, once the area is numb.
Patients typically watch TV, use their smart phone or read during the procedure. After the hour-long treatment, the vacuum turns off, the applicator is removed and the area is massaged, which may improve the final results.
The complication rate is low and the satisfaction rate is high. There is a risk of surface irregularities and asymmetry. Patients may not get the result they'd hoped for. Rarely, in less than 1 percent, patients may have paradoxical fat hyperplasia, which is an unexpected increase in the number of fat cells. This is three times more likely in men than in women and is seen more in those of Hispanic or Latino descent.
There are no activity restrictions. Patients sometimes feel sore, as if they had worked out. Rarely do patients experience pain. If that happens the patient should contact the plastic surgeon, who may prescribe medication for a few days.
The injured fat cells are gradually eliminated by the body over 4 to 6 months. During that time the fatty bulge decreases in size, with an average fat reduction of about 20 percent.