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Derma Sciences Medihoney Paste Wound and Burn Dressing

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0.5oz (14ml) Tube

SKU 31505
$7.99 Each

0.5oz (14ml) Tube

SKU 31505
$76.49 10/Pack
$7.65 Each

0.5oz (14ml) Tube

SKU 31505
$299.99 40/Case
$7.5 Each

3.5oz (103ml) Tube

SKU 31535
$42.59 Each

3.5oz (103ml) Tube

SKU 31535
$499.99 12/Pack
$41.67 Each
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Medihoney Paste is made with 100% active Leptospermum/Manuka honey that helps manage chronic, acute wounds and burns. This honey dressing can be used as a basis for wound prep and throughout all wound healing phases. It helps lower pH balance within the wound environment. It provides a proper wound-healing environment for wounds and burns. This burn dressing is natural and safe to use for extended wear times.

Medihoney Paste Benefits

  • Helps to maintain a moist environment for optimal healing
  • Latex-free, non-toxic, easy-to-use dressing
  • Optimal for deep tunneled or undermined wounds
  • Cleanses and debrides due to its high osmolarity
  • Reduces trauma to the wound

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Medihoney Paste Features

  • Sterile and for single use only
  • This dressing comes in a tube, just like the Medihoney Gel
  • More viscous formulation with increased stability at the wound site
  • Demonstrated efficacy from the onset of a wound through to closure
  • The honey helps pull fluids and dead tissue from deep tissue to the surface
  • Indicated for superficial to full-thickness wounds and burns that are light to moderately draining
  • High osmotic potential pulls fluid from deeper tissues to the wound surface, aiding in autolytic debridement
  • Active Leptospermum or Manuka honey makes the paste ideal for the management of chronic and acute wounds and burns

Indications

  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • 1st and 2nd degree burns
  • Light to moderately exuding wounds
  • Pressure ulcers/sores (partial and full thickness)
  • Donor sites, traumatic and surgical wounds
  • Leg ulcers (venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers, and leg ulcers of mixed etiology)

Contraindications

  • 3rd-degree burns
  • Patients with a known sensitivity to honey
  • Control of heavy bleeding

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How to use Medihoney Wound Paste?

  1. Prior to the application of MediHoney Dressing, cleanse the wound area as necessary.
  2. For flip top cap, remove the cap from the tube and remove the sterile seal. For the twist-off cap, twist and break off the end of the nozzle to open the tube.
  3. Apply either directly to the wound bed or onto a suitable primary dressing such as alginate, gauze pad, or island dressing.
  4. Cover with an appropriate secondary dressing.

Dressing Change And Removal

  • Dressing change frequency will depend on the condition of the patient as well as the level of wound exudate.
  • Reapply MediHoney Paste when the secondary dressing has reached its absorbent capacity or as directed by a wound care professional.
  • Moisten with sterile saline if the wound bed appears dry before removal of the dressing.
  • Remove the secondary dressing from the wound bed gently.
  • Cleanse the wound bed prior to the application of the new dressing.

User Guides


Medihoney Paste vs Gel

  • MediHoney Gel: Designed to be different and provide a clinical benefit, MediHoney Gel dressings are made with Active Leptospermum Honey and combined with natural gelling agents, commonly used in dermatologic products, to offer a more viscous formulation with increased stability at the site of the wound. Even in the presence of body heat and wound fluid, MediHoney Gel is designed to keep the honey at the site of the wound for longer periods of time. It is safe and effective on a variety of partial to full-thickness wound etiologies.
     
  • MediHoney Paste: Made with 100% Active Leptospermum Honey, it is ideal for use in hard-to-dress wound areas such as tunneled wounds, sinus wounds, and wounds with undermining. The MediHoney Paste dressing has the ability to seep down into areas of the wound you may not be able to reach with other dressings.
MediHoney Gel vs Paste Infographic
 

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How often should the dressings be changed?

    The change frequency of MediHoney dressings depends on the condition of the patient’s wound as well as the level of wound exudates. MediHoney dressings should be reapplied when the primary secondary dressing has reached its absorbent capacity.
  2. Should a skin protectant be used prior to application?

    Yes. Due to the osmotic potential, there can be an increase in exudate and wound fluid in the wound area. Applying a skin protectant to the surrounding skin will help to prepare and protect the area from excess moisture and fluid.
  3. What is Medihoney paste used for?

    Medihoney Wound Paste is a Leptospermum honey dressing designed for use on both acute and chronic wounds. It supports the elimination of necrotic tissue and promotes wound healing. It can be used on wounds ranging from shallow to full thickness.

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