Cardinal Health 11450-040 Instant Heat Therapy Pack, Disposable, 6 in. x 6.5 in., Medium (Pack of 10)

November 29, 2016 - Comment

Single-use instant heat packs from Cardinal Health provide quick, localized therapy. Our packs can be applied directly to the skin. The single-use design is convenient, cost-effective and reduces the possibility of cross contamination. Instant hot packs from Cardinal Health quickly reach a safe, therapeutic temperature of 110°F, with an approximate duration of 30 minutes. Packs are made of food-grade, nontoxic materials and are available with insulation that extends the life of the pack. Disposable, 6 x 6.5 in., Medium.

Product Features

  • Single use instant heat pack provides quick, localized therapy
  • Packs are made of food-grade, nontoxic materials and are available with insulation that extends the life of the pack
  • The single-use design is convenient, cost-effective and helps reduce the possibility of cross contamination
  • Disposable, Measures 6 x 6.5 in., Size Medium
  • Instant hot packs from Cardinal Health quickly reach a safe, therapeutic temperature of 110°F, with an approximate duration of 30 minutes

Comments

Gricel says:

Great when not activated prior to usage The packs work great but just ensure that they have not been mishandled, which causes the product to activate at the touch of mixing the chemical. Mixing may be caused simply by pressing too hard on the bag that in turn makes the product activate and become useless upon delivery. Chemistry 101: if it activates during handling then it’s useless.

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King C. says:

This is the same company the hospital uses but smaller … This is the same company the hospital uses but smaller. First you have to get used to how to activate it. Use two hands and squeeze the liquid up the bag until you hear a pop. The heat is almost instant. It last about an hour.

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F. Goltermann says:

we purchase it because my wife needs a blood draw … we purchase it because my wife needs a blood draw weekly and they have trouble finding her veryt small veins so they usually do it in the hand and by putting heat on the hand for a bit the veins pop up very visible so it is much easier for them to draw a blood sample, thes work very well for that.

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