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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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The control group was composed of 40 age- and sex-matched patients and received no PT The 2-week PT program consisted of ultrasound (US), superficial heating with hot packs, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) 5 times/week (a total of 10 sessions).Both groups received home-based exercise programs consisting of isometric and isotonic strengthening exercises for the paraspinal and abdominal muscles and stretching exercises for the back extensors, hamstrings, and calf muscles [2].
concealed envelops), including the hot pack followed by ultrasound (HP + US) and ultrasound followed by hot pack (US + HP).
WAYS TO MANAGE YOUR PAIN COLD PACKS Cold packs can relieve an inflamed joint and hot packs can soothe stiff achy joints.
The results of the study also show improvement in group B which was given hot pack and exercises.
The hot pack includes improvements in the AC, cabin insulation, engine cooling system.
The use of hot pack therapy in the reduction of pain and joint stiffness is well documented.
Maybe I failed to empty a Foley, but I took the time to make a hot pack to ease a patient's discomfort.
Like nothing works better than a hot pack on the small of the back to loosen the thoughts and then the tongue of a troubled mind.
I couldn't bear to touch the outer ear even to apply a hot pack.
In the present investigation, rather than applying a continuous hot pack or using other modalities to increase tissue temperature, heat was applied with a small piece of metal such that a limited number of calories could enter the skin.
11 MOSQUITOES can ruin a holiday so if you plan on going somewhere hot pack a repellent that all the family can use.