TheraHoney Gel
 
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TheraHoney Gel

  • TheraHoney® wound gel is indicated for use on wounds with no drainage to moderate drainage
  • Manuka honey is derived from the pollen and nectar of the Leptospermum scoparium plant in New Zealand
  • The honey comb is used only one time, and once harvested, the honey is carefully filtered, irradiated and tested in a laboratory
  • High sugar levels (87%) in TheraHoney result in osmotic pressure that help promote autolytic debridement of necrotic tissue, a moist wound healing environment, and helps rapidly reduce wound odor
  • Recommended for use on partial and full-thickness wounds, leg ulcers, pressure injuries, 1st and 2nd degree burns, diabetic foot ulcers, surgical wounds and trauma wounds under the supervision of a healthcare professional, and minor abrasions, lacerations, minor cuts, minor scalds and burns
 
 
 
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MNK0005 DRESSING, HONEY, THERAHONEY,.5 OZ TUBE 10/BX
MNK0005H DRESSING, HONEY, THERAHONEY,.5 OZ TUBE 1 EA
MNK0015 DRESSING, HONEY, THERAHONEY, 1.5 OZ TUBE 12/CS
MNK0015H DRESSING, HONEY, THERAHONEY, 1.5 OZ TUBE 1 EA
 

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The Honey Story.

TheraHoney products contain 100% sterile, medical-grade Manuka honey with no fillers or additives. Manuka honey is derived from the pollen and nectar of the Leptospermum scoparium plant in New Zealand. The honey comb is used only one time, and once harvested, the honey is carefully filtered, irradiated and tested in a laboratory for high efficacy.

Manuka honey has unique properties that help create a moist wound environment conducive to wound healing, promote natural (autolytic) debridement to clear away necrotic tissue, and reduce wound odor.

 

 

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The Role of Sugar in Autolytic Debridement

The high sugar levels (87%) in TheraHoney result in osmotic activity that helps promote natural (autolytic) debridement to clear away necrotic tissue, maintain a moist wound environment conducive to wound healing, and reduce wound odor.

The Impact of Manuka Honey on Wound pH

Chronic, non-healing wounds often have an elevated alkaline environment. Lowering the pH can aid 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.1

Reduced Necrotic Tissue and Wound Size

Using TheraHoney Gel, wounds significantly improved in terms of necrotic tissue reduction and wound surface reduction over an average of 4 weeks.2,3

 

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The illustration above demonstrates how the osmotic
action of Manuka honey draws exudate from subcutaneous
tissue to the wound surface, removing debris, slough and necrotic
tissue.

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References:

1. Gethin GT, Cowman S, Conroy RM. The impact of Manuka honey dressings on the surface pH of chronic wounds. International Wound Journal. 2008; 5(2):185-194. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18494624. Accessed November 6, 2014.

2. Livingston M. The use of Leptospermum (manuka) honey gel to manage wounds that have significant presence of necrotic tissue. Presented at: The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Society’s 45th Annual Conference; June 2013; Seattle, WA.

3. Wahab N. Promotion of autolytic debridement by maintaining a moist wound healing environment via the use of medical grade honey in a long term acute care setting. Presented at: The Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin and Wound Care; October 2013; Orlando FL.

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LITERATURE

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS
HPIS Code 740_180_60_0
Latex Free Yes
Primary or Secondary Dressing Primary Dress
Size Ounces 0.5 oz, 1.5 oz
Sterile Yes
UNSPSC 42311513, 42310000

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