MediHoney HCS Adhesive Dressing
is a light-medium absorbent, adhesive dressing that is comprised of 63% medical grade antibacterial manuka honey that provides the optimum environment to aid healing while helping to protect against bacteria.
The hydrogel sheet with super absorbent polymers absorbs and locks exudate (wound fluid) within the dressing, maximising the wear time and minimising dressing changes. This exudate forms a gel which aids in autolytic debridement (natural removal/softening of bad tissue) and minimises trauma during dressing changes.
Suitable for use on:
- 1 Single Dressing.
- Size: 7.2x7.2cm centre; 11x11cm with adhesive border.
- For management of burns and acute or chronic wounds.
- Medical grade antibacterial Manuka Honey.
- Hydrogel sheet containing super absorbent polymers.
- Exudate is absorbed and locked in the dressing.
- Provides ideal environment to promote wound healing.
- Protects against bacteria.
- Aids autolytic debridement.
- All-in-one low profile adhesive dressing.
- Suitable for use under compression.
Leg Ulcers • Pressure Ulcers/Sores • Diabetic Foot Ulcers • 1st
Degree Partial Thickness Burns • Surgical Wounds • Donor Sites • Traumatic Wounds.
Serious wounds, such as some of those listed above, should be managed under professional medical supervision.
NOT suitable for use on:
Degree Burns • Patients With Known Sensitivity To Honey • Heavily Bleeding Wounds.
Directions for Use:
Apply to a cleaned wound.
Remover the bottom liners marked '1' and apply this exposed surface to the wound. Smooth dressing to ensure full contact and complete coverage.
Remove as required by gently pressing down on the skin and lifting the edge. If the wound bed seems dry or dressing is being stubborn, moisten with sterile saline before removing.
Cleans wound before redressing.
- This product to be used <30 days.
- Patients may notice a slight stinging upon application. If stinging persists remove dressing, cleans wound and discontinue use.
- Upon initial use of this product exudate levels may increase, manage dressing changes accordingly.
- During the first stage of healing wounds may appear to be larger, this is normal as bad tissue is softened and removed.
- If the wound continues to grow larger after the first few dressing changes consult a healthcare professional.
- Consult a healthcare professional if signs of infection, irritation or discolouration occur.
- Do not use this dressing with any other care products, other than those listed in the encloses leaflet, without first consulting a healthcare professional.