MEDIHONEY® is the global leading line of medical-grade honey products for the management of wounds and burns.
Derived from the Leptospermum scoparium species of plant in New Zealand, these unique dressings have properties which are beneficial throughout all phases of wound healing.1,2,3 MEDIHONEY offers a full line of dressing solutions, providing versatility for varying wound conditions and wound management needs.
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