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MEDIHONEY Product Literature

MEDIHONEY Product Literature



The most studied commercially available medical grade honey offering versatility and effectiveness for managing challenging wounds and helping with removal of necrotic tissue.

MEDIHONEY Debridement

MEDIHONEY® Debridement

A Smart Choice for Promoting Autolytic Debridement. Active Leptospermum Honey (ALH) has been shown to effectively promote autolytic debridement.

MEDIHONEY Burn Sell Sheet

MEDIHONEY® Burn Sell Sheet

Our unique combination of high osmotic potential and pH modulation to promote autolytic debridement of devitalized tissue and help heal deep partial thickness burns.


MEDIHONEY® HCS Surgical dressing

Dynamic post-surgical wound healing solutions that incorporate the benefits of medical grade honey for your patients’ post-surgical care.

MEDIHONEY Hydrogel sell sheet


MEDIHONEY® Hydrogel offers optimal moist wound healing benefits and exudate management in one versatile dressing for dry to lightly exuding wounds.

MEDIHONEY Gel tub sell sheet

MEDIHONEY® 400g Gel Tub

MEDIHONEY® Gel in a 400g Tub is the only single patient, multi-dose unit product for use on your patients with large, moderate to heavily draining, partial to full thickness wounds and burns.

MEDIHONEY Patient Brochure

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 Debridement Sell Sheet

MEDIHONEY® Debridement Sell Sheet

A Smart Choice for Promoting Autolytic Debridement: With Active Leptospermum Honey (ALH), has been shown to effectively promote autolytic debridement.



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

MEDIHONEY Gel Sell Sheet

MEDIHONEY® Gel and Paste Sell Sheet

Two MEDIHONEY® dressing formulations in a tube to address superficial to full thickness wounds, including wounds with tunneling and undermining. Demonstrated positive clinical outcomes.

MEDIHONEY Dressing Selection Guide Full

MEDIHONEY® Dressing Selection Guide Full

For nursing staff, this full line MEDIHONEY® Dressing Selection Guide assists in product selection based on Wound Type and Level of Exudate.

MEDIHONEY® Dressing Selection Guide

MEDIHONEY® Dressing Selection Guide Abridged

For nursing staff, this abridged one page MEDIHONEY® Dressing Selection Guide includes our most popular products – the Calcium Alginate, Gel and HCS Dressing.

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1. Acton C, Dunwoody G. The use of medical grade honey in clinical practice. British J Nursing 2008;17(20): S38-S44. 2. Dunford C. The use of honey-derived dressings to promote effective wound management. Professional Nurse 2005; 20(8):35-383. 3. Chaiken, N. Pressure ulceration and the use of Active Leptospermum honey for debridement and healing. Ostomy Wound Management 2010;56(5), 12-14. 4. Kamaratos AV, Tzirogiannis KN, Iraklianou SA, Panoutsopoulos GI, Kanellos IE, Melidonis AI. Manuka honey-impregnated dressings in the treatment of neuropathic diabetic foot ulcers. Int Wound J. 2012 ; 9: 1-7. 5. Sare J. Leg ulcer management with topical medical honey. British Journal of Community Nursing 2008; 13(9):S22-316. 6. Gethin G, Cowman S. Changes in surface pH when a honey dressing was used. Wounds UK Conference Proceedings; 13-15 November 2006. Wounds UK, Aberdeen. 7. Milne SD, Connolly P. The influence of different dressings on the pH of the wound environment. J Wound Care. 2014 Feb;23(2):53-4, 56-7. 8. Leveen H, Falk G, Borek B, Diaz C, Lynfield Y, Wynkoop B, Mabunda GA et al. Chemical acidification of wounds. An adjuvant to healing and the unfavourable action of alkalinity and ammonia. Annals of Surgery. 1973. 178(6): 745-50.