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wet pack

a common form of wound dressing, in which hot or cold moisture is applied.
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wet pack

n.
A therapeutic pack moistened in hot or cold water.
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wet pack

A form of bath given by wrapping a patient in hot or cold wet sheets, covered with a blanket, formerly used to reduce fever.
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Either mix it with the prepared fruit and syrup for the wet pack method, or mix with water and dip fruit prior to flash-freezing.
In addition to wet pack no longer being a serious risk issue in polymers, plastics also benefit from their lighter weight, a growing concern in today's market (see "What Effect Will AAMI Weight Limits Have?" on page 51).
a wet pack. The FDA also requires that any scallop with more then 82 percent moisture be labeled a "water-added" product.