Breg Polar Care Cube Shoulder Cold Therapy System

Breg Polar Care Cube Shoulder Cold Therapy System

Brand/Manufacturer: BREG INCORPORATED


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  • Non Returnable
  • Prescription required
  • FSA Approved
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Breg Polar Care Cube Shoulder Cold Therapy System is simple and reliable, with easy to use, compact design, that makes it great for clinic, hospital and home use. Proper use of Polar Care Cube requires an insulation barrier between the pad and the patient skin. With nothing more than an initial fill of a little ice and water, patients can enjoy from 6 to 8 hours of motorized cold therapy. Breg Polar Cube Cold Therapy System is indicated for conditions that need sustained cold therapy to reduce pain, swelling and inflammation.

When to use Polar Care Cube Shoulder Cold Therapy System?

  • Reconstructive Procedures
  • Arthroscopic Procedures
  • Physical Therapy
  • Post Operative
  • Post-Trauma
  • Plastic Surgery
  • General Surgery
  • Chronic Pain

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Item #DescPkg Price 
10711 WrapOn Shoulder Pad Each $12.66
10712 WrapOn XL Shoulder Pad Each $12.66

Breg Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System Features

  • Lightweight, compact and easy to use
  • High flow rate results in even pad temperature
  • Polar System has strong pump for optimal durability
  • Provides motorized cold treatment for 6 – 8 hours
  • When using a wrap on pad, blue side is kept up
  • Elastic straps are used to hold the pad in place
  • Very reliable with proper setup and maintenance
  • Classified by the FDA as Class II Medical Devices
Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System User Manual
Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System_Instructional Manual

How to Operate Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System?

How to use Cube Cold Therapy System?

Setting up Polar Care Cube

Setting up Polar Care Cube
  1. To refill:
    • Unlock handle and remove lid
    • Fill with cold water to line, then ice to line
    • Replace lid and lock with handle in upright position

Coupler Connections in Cold Therapy System

Coupler Connections in Cold Therapy System

  1. To Connect Unit to Pad:
    • Push down on the two metal tabs
    • Push connectors together until metal tabs pop up

Operation of Breg Polar Care Cube

Operation of Breg Polar Care Cube
  1. To Turn on/off:
    • Plug power supply into wall and receptacle on lid
    • Operation begins automatically with power
    • Unplug power supply to turn off

  2. To Refill:
    a. Turn off.
    b. Press down on two metal tabs to disconnect unit and cold therapy pad.
    c. Remove lid and place upside down on a flat surface.
    d. Drain and follow fill instructions.

Check Skin under WrapOn Pads

Inspect the patient skin under the pad as prescribed typically every one to two hours. You should be able to inspect the skin by lifting the pad and insulation barrier.

Cold Therapy End Session

To stop the pump, disconnect electrical power and remove pad.

How to clean Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System?

  • After use, empty and dry the unit with a soft cloth
  • Warm water and mild detergent may be used occasionally to clean the pump and tubes

How to use Breg Cold Therapy System?

  • Use cubed or chunked ice for optimal performance.
  • It is recommended to drain the Cold Therapy Pad between uses. To drain the pad, hold the Cold Therapy Pad upright with the hose pointed toward the ground. Depress the black plunger and allow water to drain out of the pad.
  • You may disconnect the Cold Therapy Pad from the unit without removing the pad from the affected area by depressing the silver tabs on the hose coupling and gently pulling the hoses apart. Breg Polar Care Cold Therapy Pad and unit will seal itself and will not leak.
    Note: Some dripping during release is normal.
  • Do not run the pump without water. The pump in this unit is designed to run with water.
  • Running the unit without water will cause permanent damage to the pump.
  • Unplug unit before removing lid


  • History of cold injury, frostbite, or adverse reactions to local cold application
  • Patients who are incoherent due to general anaesthesia, sedation, or coma
  • Application areas with compromised local circulation or potential wound healing problems, including localized compromise due to multiple surgical procedures
  • Circulatory syndromes, including Raynaud disease, Buerger disease, peripheral vascular disease, vasospastic disorders, sickle cell anaemia, and hypercoagulable clotting disorders
  • Local tissue infection
  • Hand/wrist or feet/ankle surgery with polyneuropathy
  • Diabetic Polyneuropathy

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What type of ice pieces should I use for the therapy?
Dale - 4/20/2017 6:04:49 AM
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Use cubed or chunked ice for optimal performance of Breg Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System.
Customer Care - 4/21/2017 3:03:22 AM
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What should I do in case of condensation?
Denis - 4/20/2017 6:02:33 AM
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In case of condensation, try the following:
  • Wrap material over pad and hose to minimize air exposure. 
  • Protect the wound site by using a sterile dressing with waterproof barrier.
Customer Care - 4/21/2017 3:02:51 AM
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My pad is not getting cold. Can you please help me with the solution?
Charles - 4/20/2017 6:01:11 AM
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Possible solutions can be:

        Use larger ice for optimal performance.

        Allow 10 minutes for flow and pressure to stabilize.

        Ensure power outlet is working and plugs are fully engaged.

        Ensure unit has both ice and water.

        Ensure hose is not kinked.

        Disconnect and reconnect the pad and unit.

        Release air by depressing the black plus-shaped part inside the unit connector.
Note: water may be released.

        Place unit on a table or other raised surface.

        Decrease tension of bandages or straps around the pad.

        Remove pad and lay it flat. Allow pad to fill; reapply.

        Clean filter: Disconnect pad. Remove unit lid. Pull filter cap from bottom of lid. Remove foam filter. Rinse filter cap and filter to remove clogs. Reassemble.

Customer Care - 4/21/2017 3:01:39 AM
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Does the system plug in to run the motor,  or is it battery operated? 
Elizabeth Severson - 4/19/2017 9:46:56 AM
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The Breg Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System With WrapOn Shoulder Pad; has an AC power cord that plugs into your standard wall outlet/socket. It's not battery operated. For more operating instructions please refer to below link.
Customer Care - 4/21/2017 7:44:25 AM
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Can I purchase just the shoulder pad. I have the whole unit for the knee
Greg - 3/27/2017 9:34:16 AM
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Unfotunately, in Breg Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System With Wrapon Shoulder Pad you need to purchase the entire system. But we have Breg Multi-Use WrapOn Polar Pad. 
Please refer to below link.
Customer Care - 3/28/2017 1:22:47 AM