Medi-Pak Reusable Hot/Cold Pak Microwaveable Freezable Large
Store Medi-Pak in the freezer. Apply over a cloth or bandage. If the application becomes uncomfortable, remove pack for a few minutes from affected area, then re-apply. Persons with circulatory problems should not use cold compression except as directed by a doctor.
Place Medi-Pak flat in microwave, set power on lowest setting. Heat for 2 minutes. Note: Microwave ovens vary. Lower or higher wattage ovens can require more or less time to heat to proper temperature. Check temperature by cautiously touching Medi-Pak. If too hot, let cool. If not hot enough, reheat on lowest setting at 30-second intervals.
WARNING: Do not heat in microwave for more than 3 minutes at one time. Excessive heating may cause it to rupture or leak.
Hot Water Instructions
Place Medi-Pak in a suitable vessel and pour boiling hot water into the vessel. Allow the pack to sit in the water for 3 to 5 minutes to reach the required temperature.
Infants and Elderly
Exercise greater care when Medi-Pak is being used by infants and elderly. Give careful consideration if Medi-Pak is too hot or too cold before applying to infants or elderly. Consider storing Medi-Pak in fridge (not freezer) when Medi-Pak is to be used by infants or elderly.
Storage and Cleaning Instructions
After use inspect for damage. Discard if damaged.
If pack not damaged, rinse off pack with warm water. Dry with a disposable cloth and apply appropriate disinfectant. Rinse if required and then thoroughly dry before storage, store in a cool area out of direct light or place in a clean plastic bag/container and store in fridge or freezer.
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