Cryosurgery in the Urgent Care Setting
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Survey Results: Cryosurgery in the Urgent Care Setting


Question:

Do you provide cryosurgery in your urgent care center?
  • A. Yes (8 out of 11)
  • B. No (3 out of 11)

Question:

If no, why not?
  • A. Facility is part of hospital network and must refer to dermatologist (1 out of 3)
  • B. Used to treat with liquid nitrogen but was too costly and problematic (0 out of 3)
  • C. Never thought of adding that service to our facility (1 out of 3)
  • D. Other (1 out of 3)

Question:

If yes, what type of method of cryosurgery  are you using?

  • A. Liquid nitrogen (5 out of 7)
  • B. Carbon dioxide (0 out of 7)
  • C. Argon (0 out of 7)
  • D. Dimethyl ether propane (2 out of 7)
  • E. Other (1 out of 7)

Question:

If yes, what kinds of procedures are being performed using cryosurgey?
  • A. warts/plantar warts (7 out of 8)
  • B. lentigo (1 out of 8)
  • C. dermatafibroma (0 out of 8)
  • D. keratoses (3 out of 8)
  • E. non-recurrent basal cell (0 out of 8)
  • F. molluscum (1 out of 8)
  • G. actinic keratoses (4 out of 8)
  • H. keloids (1 out of 8)
  • I. skin tags (5 out of 8)
  • J. other (0 out of 8)

Question:

If yes, who is performing the cryosurgery procedures?

  • A. Physician (6 out of 8)
  • B. Nurse practitioner (3 out of 8)
  • C. Physician assistant (5 out of 8)

Question:

If yes, do you find that patients’ private medical insurance covers cryosurgery?
  • A. Yes (5 out of 7)
  • B. No (1 out of 7)
  • C. Depends (1 out of 7)

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