Derma Sciences Medihoney Gel Wound and Burn Dressing

Derma Sciences Medihoney Gel Wound and Burn Dressing

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

Derma Sciences Wound and Burn Dressing Medihoney Gel helps to lower the wound pH, for an optimal wound healing environment. It is a more viscous formulation with increased stability at the wound site. It is 80% active Leptospermum honey with 20% natural gelling agents. It cleanses and debrides due to its high osmolarity. It is not made with natural rubber latex. A well-balanced pH level imbued within helps maintain an ingredient-stability making the application of the gel suitable to all skin types.

Why choose Derma Sciences Medihoney Gel Wound Dressing?

  • Lower pH levels within the wound.
  • Promotes an outflow of wound fluid
  • Sterile and Latex-free
  • Easy Application

Price Guarantee

Item # Desc Pkg Price
31805 0.5 fl. Oz, 14ml Each
31805 0.5 fl. Oz, 14ml 40/Case
31805 0.5 fl. Oz, 14ml 10/Pack
31815 1.5 fl. Oz, 44ml Each
31815 1.5 fl. Oz, 44ml 12/Pack
31840 400g, Tub Each

Why choose Derma Sciences Gel Wound Dressing?

  • Derma Sciences Medihoney Wound and Burn Gel Dressing is sterile
  • If debridement and the promotion of healthy tissue is the  clinical objective, consider Medihoney for the wound
  • High osmotic effect pulls fluid from deeper tissues to the wound surface promoting autolytic debridement
  • Single use
  • Ingredients: 80% Leptospermum Honey, 20% natural gelling agents

When to use Medihoney Burn and Wound Gel?

  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Leg ulcers (venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers, and leg ulcers of mixed etiology)
  • Pressure ulcers/sores (partial and full thickness)
  • First-and second-degree partial thickness burns
  • Donor sites, traumatic and surgical wounds

Derma Sciences Medihoney Safety Data Sheet Manual

What to buy with Derma Sciences Medihoney Burn Gel Dressing

How To Apply Medihoney Wound Dressing

  • Wash your hands with soap and warm water each time you use it.
  • Wear protective gloves like clear vinyl exam gloves.
  • Check the wound for any changes, like heat, redness, swelling, or pain.
  • Clean the wound and the area around it with sterile water or saline (a special saltwater).
  • Use gauze to dry the skin around the wound.
  • Put some cream or ointment on the skin around the wound to protect it.
  • Put the gel on the wound.
  • Wrap it with a bandage that can soak up any liquid from the wound. Follow the instructions on the bandage package.

How Medihoney Wound Gel helps promote healing?

Wounds can be challenging to manage due to a multitude of co-morbid and cascading factors. These factors include necrotic tissue, elevated levels of pH which can alter the composition of wound exudates, and recurring physical trauma.

High Osmolarity:

  • Promotes a moisture-balanced environment conducive to optimal wound healing in multiple etiologies
  • The high osmotic potential of Medihoney promotes an outflow of wound fluid that helps to soften and liquefy necrotic tissue
  • Medihoney aids in autolytic debridement and the removal of necrotic tissue containing factors that can delay wound healing

Low pH:

  • Medihoney has a low pH of 3.5-4.5
  • It is associated with lower pH levels within the wound.

When to change Derma Sciences Burn and Wound Dressing?

Change dressing as directed by a healthcare professional.

Recommended Secondary Dressings:

Cover with an appropriate secondary dressing depending on the amount of exudate and frequency of dressing change required.


Third-degree burns and patients with a known sensitivity to honey.


  • Burns (not too deep)
  • Sores on the feet from diabetes
  • Places where skin was taken for grafting
  • Sores on the legs
  • Sores from pressure (some are deep)
  • Wounds from surgery or injuries

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you use MediHoney on open wounds?

Yes, you can use it on wounds that are somewhat dry to moderately wet.

Does MediHoney kill germs?

It's not a disinfectant, but it can reduce germs by taking moisture out of the wound and changing the pH level, which helps healing.

Can you use MediHoney on infected wounds?

Yes, it works on infected wounds too.

What's the difference between the paste and gel?

The paste is pure honey, while the gel is honey mixed with thickening stuff. The gel sticks better and is better for not-so-deep wounds.

How long does it last?

Check the date on the tube, it usually lasts about a year from when you buy it.

Why not regular honey for wounds?

MediHoney is made safe for wounds by removing bacteria. Regular honey might have stuff in it that's not good for wounds and could cause infection.


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