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MEDIHONEY Product Literature - Canada

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MEDIHONEY® Literature (English)

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Wound and Burn Dressings are available in different formulations that may be used in a variety of wounds and through all phases of wound healing

MEDIHONEY® HCS Literature (English)

A versatile all-in-one dressing that combines the wound healing benefits of medical-grade honey with the fluid handling capabilities of XTRASORB HCS’s Super Absorbent Polymer (SAP) technology; a winning formula providing moist wound healing benefits in dry to lightly exuding wounds.

MEDIHONEY® HCS Literature (French)

MEDIHONEY® Wound Gel

Specially formulated, MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Wound Gel combines Active Leptospermum (Manuka) Honey with natural gelling agents for a more viscous formulation and increased stability at the wound site.

MEDIHONEY® Tulle Dressing

Impregnated into a strong 3-ply woven dressing, MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Honey Tulle Dressing creates a micro-environment that supports healing and provides an effective barrier against a broad spectrum of bacteria including antibiotic resistant organisms.

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Medical Honey

Contains 100% Active Leptospermum (Manuka) Honey. It creates an antibacterial environment that is effective against a broad spectrum of bacteria including antibiotic resistant organisms. Ideal for hard to dress areas.

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Gel Sheet Literature

Contains Active Leptospermum (Manuka) Honey and sodium alginate that are combined using a patented technology to create a dressing with a unique texture which slowly releases the honey to the wound bed providing a moist environment for optimal wound healing.

MEDIHONEY® Derma Cream

MEDIHONEY® Derma Cream is specially formulated with Active Leptospermum (Manuka) Honey combined with a range of natural ingredients to help maintain skin pH and protect intact skin from breakdown and irritation caused by dryness, friction or shear. Suitable for dry areas.

MEDIHONEY® Barrier Cream

MEDIHONEY® Barrier Cream is specially formulated with Active Leptospermum (Manuka) Honey combined with a range of natural ingredients to help maintain skin pH and protect at-risk skin from body fluids and moisture. Suitable for wet areas.

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Honey Apinate Dressing

Contains Active Leptospermum (Manuka) Honey is impregnated into a calcium alginate dressing. MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Honey Apinate Dressing protects delicate tissue and absorbs wound exudate to form a soft gel.

MEDIHONEY® Wound Protocol Guide

This full line MEDIHONEY® Dressing Selection Guide assists in product selection based on Wound Type and Level of Exudate.

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