There is a growing body of evidence to support the use of SurgihoneyRO™. It has been shown to kill superbugs in the laboratory and heal chronic wounds.
Laboratory tests compared it to other wound care products and clinical studies demonstrated positive outcomes for a variety of acute and chronic wounds.
Most of the published medical papers and posters can be viewed on this website and all are available on request at firstname.lastname@example.org
British Journal of Healthcare Management, prudent antibiotic stewardship in wound care management - Volume 24, Issue 4, April 2018 - 20th April 2018
Journal of Clinical Pathology, antimicrobial activity of a novel, engineered honey against non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae biofilms: an in vitro study - 24th February 2018
Poster Wounds UK - Healing challenging wounds with SurgihoneyRO - a novel antimicrobial wound gel - 15th November 2017
Poster Wounds UK - Use of an antimicrobial engineered honey wound gel to eradicate pre-formed biofilms of important wound pathogens: an in vitro study - 15th November 2017
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International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents- Reactive Oxygen therapy: a novel antimicrobial - 7th September 2017
International Journal of Surgery Protocols - Impact of Surgihoney Reactive Oxygen on Surgical Site Infection (SSI) after complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction (AWR) of Grade 3 and Grade 4 Ventral Hernias: A Single Arm Study - 14th August 2017
Journal of Wound Care - Use of an engineered honey to eradicate preformed biofilms of important wound pathogens: an in vitro study - 14th August 2017
International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Review - Chronic Respiratory Infection in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: What is the Role of Antibiotics? - 8th August 2017
Wounds UK - Reactive oxygen species in the management of wounds - 3rd July 2017
Poster - Development of an engineered honey (SurgihoneyRO) as a novel, topical treatment - 7th June 2017
Poster presentation to Royal College of Surgeons England and NAMRIP (Network against antimicrobial resistance and infection prevention) at the University of Southampton, June 2017
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