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A clinical prospective study assessing the efficacy of a fenolic rich honey and PHI-5 dressing in therapy resistant and colonized burn defects. > Hoeksema_MelMax_EBA2005.pdf

H. Hoeksema PT, A. Pirayesh MD, M.J. Hoekstra MD, P/ Blondeel MD, PhD, S. Monstrey MD, PhD Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgery Clinic/Burns Centre, Ghent University, Belgium. Abstract booklet, 11th European Burns Association Congress, Estoril, Portugal. September 2005


Dressings based on Poly Hydrated Ionogens (PHI-5) combines with and without Honey with a high Fenolic content omprove wound and healing conditopns. > Hoekstra_CSK_2005.pdf

M.J. Hoekstra, MD, Burns Research Institute, Beverwijk, the Netherlands. Abstract booklet, Conference CSLR Wound Healing, Pardubice, Czech Republic. November 2005.


Comparative effects of Polyhydrated Ionogens/Honey based dressings and Siver based dressings on the healing of venus leg ulcers. > Rucigaj-study Abstract_ETRS_2006.pdf

T. Rucigaj, MD, Dermatovenerological clinic, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia. Abstract booklet, 16th Annual meeting, European Tissue Repair Society, Pisa, Italy.


An observational study of a honey impregnated dressings (MelMax) in the treatment of wounds. > Melmax-Hampton-poster-110108.pdf

T. Rucigaj, MD, Dermatovenerological clinic, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia
Abstract booklet, 16th Annual meeting, European Tissue Repair Society, Pisa, Italy.


An in vitro exmination of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of buckwheat honey. > Lit-Berg-in-vitro-activity-of-buckwheat-honey.pdf

A.J.J. van den Berg, PhD, Associate Professor, Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Dep. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Journal of Wound Care VOL 17, No. 4, April 2008.

Other Honey related literature

An in vitro examination of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of buckwheat honey > JWC-Van-den-Berg-2008.pdf

A.J.J. van den Berg, E. van den Worm, H.C. Quarles van Ufford, S.B.A. Halkes, M.J. Hoekstra, C.J. Beukelmann, JOURNAL OF WOUND CARE Vol 17, No 4. April 2008


Mechanism of honey bacteriostatic Action against MRSA and VRE involves hydroxyl radicals generated from honey's hydrogen peroxide > Front-Microbiol-2012-Brudzynski.pdf

Katrina Brudzynski and Robert Lannigan, frontiers in MICROBIOLOGY, Original Research Article published 07. February 2012


The antibacterial activity of honey against coagulase-negative staphylococci > CNS.pdf

V. M. French, R. A. Cooper and P. C. Molan, Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (2005) 56, 228–231


The sensitivity to honey of Gram-positive cocci of clinical significance isolated from wounds. > Gram+cocc-JAM.pdf

R.A. Cooper, P.C. Molan and K.G. Harding, Journal of Applied Microbiology 2002, 93, 857–863


Re-introducing Honey in the Management of Wounds and Ulcers – Theory and Practice. > OWM.pdf

Peter C. Molan, BSc(Hons), PhD, Ostomy/Wound Management 48 (11) 28-40 (2002)


The Effect of Dilution on the Rate of Hydrogen Peroxide Production in Honey and Its Implications for Wound Healing. > Dilution.pdf

LYNNE M. BANG, M.Phil., CATHERINE BUNTTING, M.Sc., and PETER MOLAN, Ph.D., THE JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE Volume 9, Number 2, 2003, pp. 267–273


Clinical usage of honey as a wound dressing: an update. > JWC_clinical_usage.pdf

P.C. Molan, J.A. Betts, Journal of Wound care vol 13. no 9. October 2004

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