How does TheraHoney Gel Honey Dressing work?
Medline TheraHoney products contain 100% sterile, medical-grade Manuka honey that is derived from the pollen and nectar of the Leptospermum scoparium plant in New Zealand. The honeycomb is used and harvested only once, the honey is carefully filtered, irradiated and tested in a laboratory for high efficacy.
- The Role of Sugar in Autolytic Debridement: The 87% high sugar levels in TheraHoney result in osmotic activity, helps promote autolytic debridement to clear away necrotic tissue, reduce wound odor and maintain a moist wound environment conducive to wound healing.
- The Impact of Manuka Honey on Wound pH: Chronic, non-healing wounds mostly have an elevated alkaline environment. Lowering the pH can help in wound healing, and the use of Manuka Honey Dressings is associated with a statistically significant decrease in wound pH and a reduction in wound size.
- Reduced Necrotic Tissue and Wound Size: Using TheraHoney wound gel, wounds significantly improve in terms of necrotic tissue reduction and wound surface reduction over an average of 4 weeks.
The above illustration shows the way in which the osmotic action of Manuka honey draws exudate from subcutaneous tissue to the wound surface, removing debris, slough, and necrotic tissue.
Why choose Therahoney for Wounds?
- Compatible with silver dressings and wound cleanser surfactants
- This active Manuka Gel is ideal for difficult-to-dress wounds
- Helps promote autolytic debridement
- Wound aid gel lowers the pH that can help in wound healing
- Easy to apply a dressing that permits the passage of exudate into a secondary dressing
When to use TheraHoney Wound Dressing?
- Partial and full-thickness wounds
- Leg ulcers
- Pressure injuries
- 1st and 2nd-degree burns
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Minor abrasions and lacerations
- Minor cuts
- Minor scalds and burns
- Surgical wounds and trauma wounds under the supervision of a healthcare professional
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How to use TheraHoney Gel?
Dispense TheraHoney Gel to an appropriate applicator or gloved finger
Apply the TheraHoney Gel directly to wound
- Not to be used on third-degree burns
- Not for individuals with a known sensitivity to honey or bee venom
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