Suitable for cryotherapy or thermotherapy
- Remain hot or cold for at least 45-60 minutes
- Suitable for temperature between -20°C and 100°C
- Remain flexible and anatomically mould to the area to which they are applied, even after they have become cold.
- Can be heated with hot water or in the microwave.
Instructions for use for cryotherapy:
- Place the pack in the freezer for at least 10-20 minutes prior to use (depending on the size of the pack.)
Instructions for use for thermotherapy:
- Immerse the pack in hot water with a maximum temperature of 80°C for 10-20
minutes (depending on the size of the pack)
- Alternatively, place the pack in the microwave at 800W for 25-60 seconds (depending on the size of the pack and the microwave), ensuring that the gel is uniformly distributed inside the pack
- Wait at least 1 minute before applying the pack.
- Do not use patches without the advice of a physician, particularly in cases of post-operative trauma
- The thermotherapy-cryotherapy regimen is to be selected by the treating physician.
- The length of application and the frequency of the treatment are to be determined by the treating physician.
- Their use if contraindicated without the advice of a doctor in diabetic patients who suffer from vascular or circulatory problems, lymphedema, who exhibit itching, numbness, or have burns.
- For external use only.
- Maximum length of treatment 20 minutes
- Clean the area to be applied well prior to using the pack.
- Always use a thin piece of cloth between your skin and the pack.
- If the pack has straps, ensure these are tied loosely so that blood circulation is not restricted.
- Use by children requires the supervision of an adult.
- If the packs are punctured or their contents become dense and hard, they are rendered unusable and must be discarded
- The contents of the packs must not come into contact with the skin or eyes, in this case rinse with plenty of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice.