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MEDIHONEY® Products

MEDIHONEY® Product Ordering Information

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Order Code Size QTY/Box Box/Case QTY/Case
Wound Gel         Wound Gel
391 10g 20 6 120
395 20g 5 36 180
100% Medical Honey         100% Gel
398 20g 5 36 180
405 20g 1 24 24
Barrier Cream         Barrier Cream
582 50g 1 24 24
Barrier Cream sachets 2grams        
800 2g 20 10 200
Derma Cream         Derma Cream
597 50g 1 24 24
Derma Cream sachets 2 grams        
802 2g 20 10 200
HCS         HCS
780 6cms x 6cms 10 5 50
781 11cms x 11cms 10 5 50
784 20cms x 20cms 5 4 20
785 20cms x 30cms 2 5 10
HCS with adhesive border         HCS with adhesive border
782 7.2cms x 7.2cms outer 11cms x 11cms 10 5 50
783 11.5cms x 11.5cms outer 15cms x 15cms 10 5 50
HCS Fenestrated Dressing        
786 4.5cms x 4.5cms 10 5 50
Apinate Rope Dressing         Apinate Dressing
793 1.9cms x 30cms 5 4 20
Apinate Dressing        
794 5cms x 5cms 10 10 100
795 10cms x 10cms 5 5 25
Tulle Dressing         Tulle Dressing
796 10cms x 10cms 5 20 100
Gel Sheet         Gel Sheet Dressing
798 5cms x 5cms 10 10 100
799 10cms x 10cms 10 10 100

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