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Hot Compress and Cold Compress Pack, manufactured by Champion, is a reusable cold pack or hot pack, especially constructed for the shoulder and knee, to receive hot or cold treatments. This type of compress offers Therma-Kool technology, a gel that adopts the particular properties of temperature.
The Hot Compress and Cold Compress Pack is excellent at alleviating discomfort and pain associated with an injury. Additionally this pack is non-toxic, so it is harmless for children, and latex-free, so people with sensitive skin can obtain therapeutic use from this product.
Featuring indispensable straps, the Hot Compress and Cold Compress Pack will remain in position wherever you require hot or cold therapy. This pack even remains pliable after repeated usage and has been proven to be great in hospital settings, too.
As a cold compress, merely deposit the pack in a freezer unit it is ready for handling. Slide the cold pack into the velvety cover and administer to the wounded area. As a hot compress, you can either microwave the pack or submerge it into hot water. Before administering to the wounded area, slip the pack into the soft cover.
According to Champion, to use the Hot Compress and Cold Compress Pack for extended hot or cold applications, you can use this for 2 or 3 rotations.
Hot Compress and Cold Compress Pack Features and Benefits
- Fastening strap to secure it in place.
- Great for the knee or shoulder.
- Hospital proven.
- Includes a hot compress and cold compress.
- Reusable, non-toxic, and latex-free.
- Safe for children.
- Stays soft after repeated usage.
Hot Compress and Cold Compress Pack Specifications
- Product Number: C-5034.
- Length: 10 inches.
- Height: 6 inches.
- Application: To calm and alleviate discomfort associated with injuries by method of hot and cold therapy.
- Manufacturer: Champion.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Surgical Appliance Sub Brand Champion Ships Free Yes
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