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MEDIHONEY Product Literature - Europe, Middle East and Africa

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MEDIHONEY® Patient Guide

Manuka honey, the medical-grade honey impregnated into all MEDIHONEY® dressings, provides a natural wound healing alternative. This Patient Brochure will answer questions about how MEDIHONEY® dressings can help heal wounds.

Medihoney® Debrider Literature

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Wound Gel Literature

Medihoney® Antibacterial Wound Gel has been specially formulated combining 80% Medihoney® Antibacterial Honey with waxes to provide a high viscosity gel.

MEDIHONEY® Barrier Cream Literature

Medihoney® Derma Cream Literature

MEDIHONEY® Tulle Literature (UK)

With Antibacterial Honey Tulle Dressing, granulation and epithelialisation are enhanced through provision of the optimal healing environment.

MEDIHONEY® HCS Literature (INT)

For dry to lightly exuding wounds, MEDIHONEY® HCS is a smart choice for routine and challenging wounds and burns.

MEDIHONEY® HCS Literature (UK)

For dry to lightly exuding wounds, MEDIHONEY® HCS is a smart choice for routine and challenging wounds and burns.

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Medical Honey Literature (UK)

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Medical Honey creates an antibacterial environment that is effective against a broad spectrum of bacteria including antibiotic resistant organisms.

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Honey Literature

Medihoney® Gel Sheet protects the wound by creating a barrier against wound pathogens, including antibiotic resistant strains, and therefore reducing the risk of infection.

MEDIHONEY® Antibacterial Honey Apinate Literature

Antibacterial Honey Apinate Dressings contain 95% Active Leptospermum Honey and can be used to cover a shallow wound or fill a deep wound, while providing a moist environment conducive to wound healing.

MEDIHONEY® - Making Progress with Chronic Venous Leg Ulcers

MEDIHONEY® FAQ

Frequently asked MEDIHONEY® questions.

MEDIHONEY® Wound Dressing Protocol (INT)

MEDIHONEY® Wound Protocol Guide (UK)

MEDIHONEY® HCS Adhesive CE IFU

MEDIHONEY® HCS Non Adhesive CE IFU

A next generation honey dressing MEDIHONEY® HCS

MEDIHONEY® Folder

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