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Mueller Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads
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Mueller Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads are wafer-thin cold and hot therapy pads that expand in water for long-lasting heat or cold therapy. These are reusable pads that can conform to any body part. The therapy pads can be trimmed to size to accommodate the exact area being treated eliminating the need to stock multiple sizes of gel bags. They’re 16-inch x 28-inch sized, lightweight and easy to store pads.
INSTRUCTIONS: Remove and discard protective plastic bag. Return the Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads roll into the dispenser box. Remove the perforated slot on top of the box and feed the roll end through the slot. Pull the sheet out of the dispensing box and cut to any size using a scissors or knife. Cuts should be made near the center of sealed cell edges. Do not cut into the cells. Soak in water until cells are fully expanded (5-10 minutes). Freeze or heat the pad prior to use.
CAUTION: Never place cold or hot therapy pads in direct contact with skin. If cold or hot therapy pads become uncomfortable, apply additional insulation between skin and pads. If the condition persists, consult your physician. Used therapy pads should not be shared with others. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Country of Origin: United States.
Place water-soaked Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads in freezer 0 to 10°F (-18° to -12°C) with the plastic side down until frozen. When ready to use, remove frozen Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pods and place a wrap, towel or other thermal barrier between the frozen pad and skin. Secure Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads in place with tape, elastic bandage or plastic wrap if necessary. Apply for 15-20 minutes. Repeat every 1 or 1 1/2 hours as necessary, or as directed by a health professional. Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads can be stored in a freezer, refrigerator or cooler.
Heat Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads in 1) a hydrocollator, 2) hot water 140°F to 160°F (60°C to 70°C) or 3) place in microwave and heat in 30 second increments to desired temperature. Do not place in boiling water or heat to boiling in microwave. Place a wrap, towel or other thermal barrier between the heated pad and skin to avoid burns. Secure Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads in place with tape, elastic bandage or plastic wrap
if necessary. Apply for 15-20 minutes. Repeat every 1 to 1 1/2 hours as necessary, or as directed by a health professional. Never store Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads in hydrocollator.
* Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.
Mueller Flexible Cold/Hot Therapy Pads
- Warning: Do not apply directly to skin.
- Country of Origin: United States
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.
THPAD Standard sizes
|ITEMS PER CASE
|PRICE PER ITEM
|PRICE PER CASE
16 in. x 28 in. trimmable pads
UPC = 074676033020
Single Item (1 Item)
1 Case (2-3 Items)
2 Cases (4-5 Items)
3+ Cases (>= 6 Items)
Question & Answers
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