Derma Sciences Medihoney Honeycolloid Dressing - Adhesive
Derma Sciences Medihoney Honeycolloid Dressing - Adhesive

Derma Sciences Medihoney Honeycolloid Dressing - Adhesive

Brand/Manufacturer: DUMEX/DERMA SCIENCES
  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Derma Medihoney Adhesive Honeycolloid Dressing contains Active Leptospermum honey which makes it ideal for the management of chronic and acute wounds and burns. The adhesive version is specifically to be used as an all-in-one dressing, with no need for a secondary dressing to hold it in place. This non-toxic dressing can be used as a cornerstone for wound bed preparation, and throughout all the phases of wound healing. It is able to work in the presence of wound fluid, blood and tissue, thus promoting an optimal healing environment.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
31445 4-1/2" x 4-1/2", 6" x 6" (Adhesive Border) 10/Pack $9.18
31445 4-1/2" x 4-1/2", 6" x 6" (Adhesive Border) 10/Pack, 5Pk/Case $42.33


  • Derma Medihoney Adhesive Honeycolloid Dressing helps to lower overall wound pH
  • Can be used to cover a shallow wound
  • Helps keep large amounts of honey at the site of the wound, even in the presence of large amounts of wound fluid
  • Effective on hard-to-heal wounds and burns, helping to debride wounds and keeping wound beds clean of necrotic tissue.
  • Promotes a moisture-balanced environment conducive to wound healing
  • Latex-free, sterile, natural and safe
  • Easy-to-use, with the potential for extended wear times
  • Cleanses and debrides due to its high osmolarity
  • Can be used on wounds in adults and children of all ages
  • Active Leptospermum Honey content: 80%
  • Indications:
    - Diabetic foot ulcers
    - Venous stasis leg ulcers
    - Arterial leg ulcers
    - Leg ulcers of mixed etiology
    - Pressure ulcers (I-IV)
    - 1st and 2nd degree burns
    - Donor sites
    - Traumatic and surgical wounds

More Information

  • Clinicians have successfully used MEDIHONEY on a variety of wounds, and in a variety of settings. Additionally, MEDIHONEY has been used successfully along with other advanced wound care modalities, including being used before, during, and after negative pressure applications, as well as being used as cover dressings for skin grafts and skin substitutes.
  • What is Active Leptospermum Honey?
    The most studied species of honey for the management of wounds and burns
    - Honey derived from the pollen and nectar of specific Leptospermum species of plant in New Zealand
    - Is unique among all types of honey in that it maintains its effectiveness even in the presence of wound fluid
    - Is the only species of honey that has been shown in randomized controlled studies to help wounds, that have stalled under first-line treatment, to progress towards healing
  • Removal Instructions:
    - Remove the dressing from the wound bed gently
    - As wound exudate is absorbed, the alginate forms a gel, making the dressings easy to remove without disrupting the wound bed
    - If the dressing is dry and sticking to the wound bed, you may moisten it with normal saline or sterile water
  • Contraindications:
    Do not use:
    - On third degree burns
    - If you have a known sensitivity to honey, algae or seaweed
    - To control heavy bleeding

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