PSI Flex-Gel Cold Packs

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    PSI Flex-GelTM Cold Packs

    Unlocking the Mystery of Treating with Heat and Ice

    PSI Flex-GelTM Cold Packs provide flexible cold therapy for a wide variety of applications. Larger packs have sealed sections that ensure even distribution of gel for a greater cooling area. When frozen, this water based formula forms ice crystals, which has proven to be the most effective cold therapy. If punctured, it does not stain as there are no dyes or artificial colors added. And, although not intended for ingestion, no harm will be done if accidentally ingested by either people or animals. The gel section is encased in a space-age, lightweight, and durable ethylene methacrylate (EMA) that retains its softness and flexibility far below that of the gel. This allows the pack to conform to the anatomy of the treated area for maximum client comfort. While the packs are self-insulating, which helps minimize the risk of frostbite or tissue damage, we recommend the use of a barrier between the skin and the very cold temperatures of the pack.

    Available Sizes:

    • Standard: 5" x 10"
    • Large: 10" x 11"
    • X-Large: 10" x 16"
    • Cervical: 5" x 18"

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    Q: How thick is the vinyl pouch?? Also, how much liquid is in each pack?
    Created on Thursday, August 28, 2014 by Dick
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