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MedIcePax Hypothermic Emergency Kit

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The benefits of post-resuscitation hypothermia are being published almost monthly. Using hypothermia to slow a stroke patientÌs metabolism and allow the body to heal itself seems almost too simple. TheÜHypothermic Emergency KitÜfromÜMedIcePax makes it even easier. It contains instant ice packs for a one-time use of up to 30 minutes; flexible, reusable gel-ice packs that work for up to an hour at a time; high-quality 4 mL zip-top bags that can be continuously refilled with ice; and a non-woven helmet, a vest and leg blankets to hold the ice packs in place.

VITALS

Ice packs: 16

Sizes: M & L

Weight: 11 lbs.

Cost: $118

915/204-5240

www.medicepax.comÜ



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