Choose ProSense Cryoablation System

The ProSense Cryoablation System provides a minimally invasive treatment option to destroy tumors by freezing them. The system uniquely harnesses the power of liquid nitrogen to create large lethal zones for maximum efficacy in tumor destruction in benign and cancerous lesions, including breast, kidney, lung and liver. *

ProSense enhances patient and provider value by accelerating recovery, reducing pain, surgical risks, and complications. With its easy, transportable design and liquid nitrogen utilization, ProSense opens the door to fast and convenient office-based procedures for breast tumors.

*IceCure has regulatory approvals worldwide and clinical indications may vary by region.
Please contact us for additional information or refer to our user manuals.

Choose Cryoablation with IceCure

Choose ProSense Cryoablation System

The ProSense Cryoablation System provides a minimally invasive treatment option to destroy tumors by freezing them. The system uniquely harnesses the power of liquid nitrogen to create large lethal zones for maximum efficacy in tumor destruction in benign and cancerous lesions, including breast, kidney, lung and liver. *

ProSense enhances patients and provider value by accelerating recovery, reducing pain, surgical risks, and complications. With its easy, transportable design and liquid nitrogen utilization, ProSense opens the door to fast and convenient office-based procedures for breast tumors.

*IceCure has regulatory approvals worldwide and clinical indications may vary by region.
Please contact us for additional information or refer to our user manuals.

ProSense Cryoablation System Advantages

High satisfaction

Proven results

Rapid Recovery

Rapid recovery

Minimal pain

Fast & convenient

Choose Reliable Cryoablation for Diverse Settings

The moveable, liquid nitrogen based ProSense Cryoablation System enables reliable cryoablation within office-based settings or radiology departments.

As the ProSense System uniquely uses a small low-pressure liquid nitrogen dewar, there are no gas lines, no onsite technicians, or specific safety rooms required to store large and hazardous high-pressure cylinder tanks compared to argon-based cryoablation devices.

Choose Ease of Use and Efficiency 

ProSense harnesses a groundbreaking liquid-nitrogen-based cryoablation system that enables physicians to save time and deliver a highly efficient procedure with proven results:  

Fits a variety of settings:

  • Ease of liquid nitrogen use: Eliminates the need for specific safety rooms for large and hazardous high-pressure cylinder tanks of argon-based systems to allow for office-based or radiology rooms
  • Refillable Liquid Nitrogen dewars: No gas lines, no on-site technicians, no supply restrictions, no hazardous waste, less costly than argon-based cryoablation


Efficient:

  • Easy installation with minimal procedure set-up time
  • Single cryoprobe system is more efficient and as effective in treating the same tumor as three cryoprobes in a multiprobe system


User friendly:

  • Touch-screen system provides an intuitive user interface, with step-by step instructions and pre-set freeze-thaw-freeze programs
  • Multiple languages
  • System comes in two configurations – 90° and straight handle
  • Various cryoprobe types allow optimal adjustment to the size and location of the lesion

Choose a Single Cryoprobe System

Designed uniquely as a single cryoprobe system, ProSense enables physicians to save time and deliver a highly efficient procedure with proven results. Physicians can effectively treat the same tumor with just one cryoprobe instead of using multiple cryoprobes compared to other systems.

The ProSense single cryoprobe system also simplifies set up time with only one functional test and less navigation time, supporting physicians to lower potential complications. The single cryoprobe can be relocated up to three times per patient during a single procedure to treat larger tumors or multiple lesions.

Choose Advanced Cryoablation Technology

Adaptable

Adaptable

Various cryoprobe sizes enable ice balls tailored to the ablation zone size

Efficient

Single cryoprobe system simplifies set-up time

Safe

Safety mark allows you to know where on the cryoprobe the ice ball will form in order to avoid skin injury

Veratile

Versatile

Cryoprobes can be relocated up to three times per patient during a single procedure

Environmentally friendly

Environmentally friendly

Small disposable cryoprobes are environmentally friendly and compliant with environmental guidelines

How Does Cryoablation Work?

Guided by CT or ultrasound, the ProSense System’s cryoprobe is inserted into the tumor and liquid nitrogen generates sub-zero temperatures to turn the tumor into an ice ball. A freeze-thaw-freeze cycle destroys the targeted tissue immediately and leaves adjacent healthy tissue undamaged. The necrotic debris is eventually absorbed by the body. 

Clinical Applications

Testimonials

“The learning curve to treat with the ProSense Cryoablation System is very short. Overall, it spares time for both the patient and surgeon. It’s a truly excellent outpatient method.” 

Davis Pavlista, MD, PHD
Oncogynecological Center Charles University, Prague

Resources

Webinars

Webinar: Cryoablation in the Thoracic Cavity

This webinar lead by Dr. Julien Frandon of the Department of Radiology at CHU de Nîmes discusses various cases performed with the ProSense™ Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) Based Cryoablation System in the thoracic cavity (i.e. lung, mediastinum). (60 minutes)

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Publications

Feasibility and Safety of Single-Probe Cryoablation with Liquid Nitrogen: An Initial Experience in 24 Various Tumor Lesions

The aim of this retrospective study was to assess the feasibility of the IceCure’s single-probe liquid nitrogen system for tumor lesions of various sizes and locations, and to evaluate the safety of cryoablation with this technique.

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Publications

Cryoablation Using Liquid Nitrogen for Metastatic Lung Cancers

This retrospective observational study conducted by Professor Hiroaki Nomori, MD found that cryoablation using liquid nitrogen would be one of the treatment methods for metastatic lung cancers <2.2 cm; and pulmonary function decreased significantly when cryoablation was performed for an

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