The role of bioengineered honey in wound care

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Abstract

Winter GF (2016) The role of bioengineered honey in wound care. Nursing Times; 39/40: 15–17. Honey has been used to treat wounds for centuries but, although published studies show the effectiveness of medical-grade honeys, a recent review judged the evidence to be of variable quality. In vitro and clinical studies of a new bioengineered medical-grade honey suggest it has a broad-spectrum antimicrobial effect.

In vitro and clinical studies of a new bioengineered medical-grade honey suggest it has a broad-spectrum antimicrobial effect in healing wounds

In this article…

> Current challenges in wound care

> The role of honey in wound healing

> The evidence base for bioengineered honey dressings

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