Definition of Heating pad
1. Noun. Heater consisting of electrical heating elements contained in a flexible pad.
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Literary usage of Heating pad
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1. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"Hew A NEW ELECTRIC heating pad. ONE of the facts early noticed in electrical experimentation was the heating effect produced ..."
2. EMF Electrical Year Book by Electrical Trade Publishing Company (1921)
"... con- "Universal" heating pad trol insures absolute maintenance of each degree of hent. Size of pad, 12 by 15 Ins. Gray eiderdown cover. ..."
3. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"One type4'5 of chemical heating pad contains sodium acetate 90.5 per cent., glycerin 3 per cent., sodium sulfate crystals 2 ..."
4. Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity: A General Reference Work on Direct by American Technical Society (1913)
"heating pad. The electric heating pad, Fig. 35, for household or hospital use is intended as a substitute for the hot water bottle, over which it presents ..."
5. Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity: A General Reference Work on Direct by American Technical Society (1916)
"heating pad. The electric heating pad, Fig. 35, for household or hospital use is intended as a substitute for the hot water bottle ..."
6. The Electrical Engineer (1898)
"... given to an electric heating pad now being put on the market by the Edison and Swan Company. The illustration herewith gives a general idea of the pad, ..."
7. Injured...What Now? by H.W. Muller-Wohlfahrt, Hans Jurgen Montag (1999)
"Turn the heating pad on and off to maintain an even temperature. ... Note: If a skin reaction should occur, remove the hot pack or heating pad immediately. ..."
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