1st August 2015
SurgihoneyTM will come under the spotlight at this year’s Woundcare4Heroes conference on August 1 at the University of Huddersfield.
Expert speakers will look at the wound repair role of antibiotics versus reactive oxygen and medical honey. The event is aimed at wound care and tissue viability specialists along with burns, plastics and trauma specialists.
Dr Matthew Dryden, consultant microbiologist and senior lecturer at Southampton University Medical School, will ask ‘Do we need antibiotics in wound care?
Other speakers include clinical scientist Fenella Halstead, University Hospitals of Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, who will present her latest in vitro research on SurgihoneyTM. The title of her talk is ‘Combating woundwith alternative antimicrobials.’
Christopher Dunnill, Swansea University, will look at the role of reactive oxygen in wound repair – the key active ingredient in SurgihoneyTM.
For more information: www.woundcare4heroes.org.uk