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TO PACK. To deceive by false appearance; to counterfeit; to delude; as packing a jury. (q.v.) Bac. Ab. Juries, M; 12 Conn. R. 262.

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Subjects were excluded if they had any neuromuscular symptom, the history of surgery and trauma to the neck and shoulders within the past 12 months; and contraindications and precautions to hot pack and ultrasound treatments.
And it's worth noting that specifying machines with a hot pack, for extremely high temperatures, is generally considered a lot easier than preparing a machine for cold weather.
Therefore, the main base of our study was to perform the calibration measurements of the devices in fully equipped physiotherapy unit including TENS, therapeutic ultrasound, Galvani Farad devices, electrotherapy equipment, diadynami device, traction, shortwave diathermy device, infrared, treadmill, paraffin and hot pack devices by developing the calibration measurement procedures, and to interpret the calibration measurement results.
Group II received hot pack therapy which was preceded by thermal sensation tests on the affected joint using two test tubes with each containing either warm or cold water.
The back had some minor muscle strain so we treated her with the hot pack to relax the spasms, and I massaged those big erector spinae of hers and her traps and lats as well.
Thus in a cold room, hot packs cause a greater change in skin temperature and provide greater stress on the skin.
Decide whether you will treat the vegetables as a raw pack (no pre-cooking before filling the jar) or hot pack (vegetables are pre-cooked).
He added that the hot pack can be boiled or placed in a microwave and among its features is a heat indicator.
Some of these are sent to a hot pack area where they fill immediate orders, while others replenish open slots in the active pick zones.
Like the hot pack she's brought with her that she keeps against her back, he lets her warm him.
If ice is best for a given situation, but you can't stand the cold, try applying the ice pack to the affected area and then draping a hot pack over the ice pack.
To be safe, wrap a hot water bottle, hot pack, or heating pad (if it doesn't have a cover) in a towel.