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Practice Nursing – Research Round Up
26th February 2018

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Royal College of Surgeons bulletin – Surgery and SurgihoneyRO
3rd March 2017

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The Irish TImes – When antibiotics don’t work any more, what can we do?
17th February 2017

Award-winning medical writer George Winter looks at the global threat of antibiotic resistance and the hunt for alternatives, including SurgihoneyRO and Reactive Oxygen.

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Politics First – Reactive Oxygen highlighted as potential breakthrough in battle against superbugs
10th January 2017

In an excellent article for Politics First, a UK political magazine, MP Andrea Jenkyns, a member of the Health Select Committee, highlights how 300,000 people a year are affected by healthcare-associated infections, including MRSA. Hospital infections cost the NHS £1billion a year. Shockingly, up to 40 per cent of those infections are preventable. “Refreshingly, we are now…

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The Times – Surgihoney & Reactive Oxygen technology hailed as British biomedical innovation in fight against AMR
19th December 2016

Science writer Matt Ridley in his column for The Times highlights Surgihoney and Reactive Oxygen technology as a “British breakthrough that could be of enormous significance” in the fight against antimicrobial resistance.

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Nursing Times – The role of bioengineered honey in wound care
18th October 2016

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

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The Irish TImes – When antibiotics don’t work any more, what can we do?
7th July 2016

Irish Times  – SurgihoneyRO kills bacteria and promotes healing.

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Wounds UK EWMA special – a soldier’s story
6th July 2016

Wounds UK EWMA Special – Patient story (Michael) describes post-amputation wound care of British soldier and vital roles played by veteran’s charity Woundcare4heroes and Surgihoney RO in his recovery.

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British Journal of Nursing – Reactive Oxygen: a new solution to antimicrobial resistance
1st July 2016

British Journal of Nursing- read summary of symposium at University of Birmingham entitled: ‘Reactive Oxygen: transforming wound care & infection control in an age of antimicrobial resistance.’

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Medical Independent – SurgihoneyRO & Sinusitis
27th May 2016

The Medical Independent – read how SurgihoneyRO is being developed by scientists as a novel therapy to combat chronic sinus infections.

Longevity Bulletin on Antimicrobial Resistance
6th May 2016

Institute & Faculty of Actuaries reviews the biggest challenges facing Government and society. Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England, writes the forword while the patient case study (page 24) highlights SurgihoneyRO as a new solution. The powerful antimicrobial agent can eradicate even the most drug-resistant bacteria (NDM-1-E.Coli and CPE), improve healing, reduce risk of transmission to other patients & need for…

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Hampshire Chronicle – Surgihoney helped save foot of retired QC
6th May 2016

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ITV News – It’s called ‘healing honey’ – but how does it work?
28th April 2016

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Daily Mirror – Engineered honey that can prevent limb amputation with bacteria-killing properties
28th April 2016

Daily Mirror article on Surgihoney. It describes how Surgihoney can be used instead of antibiotics to clear bacteria from of wound infections.  The article includes two case studies – a retired QC with necrotising fasciitis in his foot and a young veteran amputee soldier. The article was also published in the New Day, the new national newspaper.

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Drug Discovery & Development – Surgihoney destroys harmful fungus that causes blindness
9th February 2016

New research shows Surgihoney kills a fungus that can cause blindness and even death. Researchers at the University of Manchester show how effective the bioengineered honey can be in destroying the fungus Fusarium. It could open the door for further exciting work on Surgihoney as an antifungal agent.

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