AirCast CryoCuff with Gravity Fed Cooler - Thigh

Cryo/Cuff AirCast CryoCuff with Gravity Fed Cooler - Thigh
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Cryo/Cuff AirCast CryoCuff with Gravity Fed Cooler - Thigh

  • Remains flexible when activated
  • Reusable
  • Lasts 8 hours
  • Nylon and vinyl

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Cryo/Cuff AirCast CryoCuff with Gravity Fed Cooler - Thigh

AirCast CryoCuff with Cooler
Thigh


The Thigh CryoCuff by AirCast. Cold therapy with the AirCast CryoCuff combines compression and cold: compression minimizes swelling, while cold minimizes pain. Unit consists of water cooler and Cuffs made for specific body parts. Cooler holds enough ice and water for 8 hours of cryotherapy. Compression is gravity controlled. Cuffs are made of nylon and vinyl.


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Cryo/Cuff AirCast CryoCuff with Gravity Fed Cooler - Thigh

13B01/51A - X-Large - $150.64

11-1562 - Medium - $270.44



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What are the dimensions of the Regular versus X-Large. My father broke his Femur and had surgery where they insert a rod. Thinking the thigh cryo/cuff will help with swelling.
Asked on Oct 18, 2012 5:14:11 PM by Karen from Houston
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Part Number(s): 873 0016, 873 0017

Mfg Part Number(s): 13B01/51A, 11-1562

Scrip Part Number(s): 873 0017, 873 0016