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ice pack

[′īs ‚pak]
(oceanography)
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Wrap it in moist gauze and store it in a plastic bag which can then be put on an ice pack.
For the analysis of the effect of wrapping bags in ice packs on the rate of warming, we investigated significant differences in the mean temperatures between fluid bags wrapped in ice packs and non-wrapped fluid bags with the Student's independent samples t-test at different time points.
Gauging ice pack thickness poses a challenge because roughly 90 percent of the ice hides beneath the sea surface.
Ice pack application diverts pain perception on the response to cold stimulation.
When she was a child, her mother would use a bag of frozen peas to provide relief in the form of cold therapy, and Naughton-Capone became a regular ice pack user as she grew older.
If you see someone get stung on a British beach hold an ice pack or cold compress against the skin for 10 minutes to relieve pain and swelling, and if possible raise the affected part of the body.
Limitations: The cooling area of the ice massage and ice pack was smaller than that of the cold water immersion.
The Arctic ice pack keeps melting under the effects of global warming and in August saw its second largest summer shrinkage since satellite observations began 30 years ago, US scientists said last week.
I'd recommend that every serious runner have an ice pack in their freezer at home.
Worcester's seven hills and Asnebumskit would be 1,000 feet or more below the surface of the ice pack.
He initially chased the fan before falling to the floor, then being carried off holding an ice pack to his face.
You can also try an antiinflammatory tablet such as ibuprofen and an ice pack.