Scalp Cooling

igniCap c3 system

Proper scalp temperature is maintained throughout the treatment.

The DigniCap Scalp Cooling System consists of a computerised cooling unit managed through a touch screen display and an attached cooling cap with integrated sensors.

Temperature-regulated coolant continuously circulates through specially designed channels in the cooling caps. Unlike other scalp cooling systems, the patented sensors ensure the proper scalp temperature is maintained throughout the treatment.

DigniCap c3

System Features

  • System software detects temperature deviations and continuously makes adjustments based on sensor feedback throughout the cooling cap
  • Intuitive touch screen interface simplifies system operation and allows settings to be easily altered for various chemotherapy regimens
  • Independently controlled, continuous cooling systems enable simultaneous treatment of two patients
  • Gradual cool-down from room temperature provides patient comfort
  • The DigniStick flash drive provides easy access for software upgrades and troubleshooting, as well as non-identifiable treatment data and usage reports

Cap Features

A key factor in the effectiveness of The DigniCap Scalp Cooling System is the ability to maintain continuous, direct contact between the cooling cap and the scalp for a consistent treatment temperature.

  • Four cap sizes for individualised fit
  • Contoured shape leaves patient’s ears uncovered for comfort and ease of hearing
  • Smooth inner surface ensures optimal scalp contact
  • Outer neoprene cap creates secure fit and maintains ideal treatment temperature
  • Cap is first placed on the patient’s head at room temperature for a comfortable and controlled cooling transition
  • Caps can be easily detached for bathroom breaks
  • Two patented dual sensor-monitored cooling compartments ensure consistent, uniform cooling for temperature management.
  • Built-in security sensor

Aurora BioScience is excited to bring this dignity preserving medical device to medical professionals in the Australian-Pacific region. For more information visit