OWEGO, NY – CPSI Biotech announced today the publication of the new medical text, Multiscale Technologies for Cryomedicine – Implementation form Nano to Macroscale, which includes a chapter authored by CPSI scientists. The chapter titled “Enhanced Cryoablative Methodologies” focuses on the various technologies, approaches and mechanisms involved in the use of cryoablation. In addition to technologies used today clinically, the chapter highlights several next generation technologies, including CPSI’s supercritical nitrogen system (SCN), which has shown promise in advancing the application of cryoablation for the treatment of numerous cancers and cardiac arrhythmias.

The text, published by World Scientific Publishing Co, was co-edited by Dr. Xiaoming He (Ohio State University) and Dr. John Bischof (University of Minnesota) and is a compilation of works by renowned researchers working in the field of cryomedicine covering topic areas ranging from cryoablation of cancer to various aspects of cell cryopreservation. When asked about the book, Dr. John M. Baust (President, CPSI Biotech and lead author on CPSI’s contribution) stated “Drs. He and Bischof should be congratulated for a superb job assembling this text. The book covers a broad array of hot topic areas in the field of Cryomedicine and should be highly valuable to a wide readership including clinicians and researchers alike.”

Multiscale Technologies for Cryomedicine, initially published online as an e-book in July, is timely in view of the growing interest in use of cryoablation for the treatment of cancer and can be accessed via the World Scientific Publishing Co website at http://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/9870

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