Activon 100% Medical Grade Manuka Honey Contains 100% New Zealand Manuka Honey with no Additives, Filtered and Sterilised, Making it Suitable for Application to Wounds
Activon 100% Medical Grade Manuka Honey is Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-bacterial, Effectively Killing Harmful Bacteria and Provides a Moist Wound Healing Environment
Activon 100% Medical Grade Manuka Honey will de-bride and de-slough, eliminate odours and provides a moist wound healing environment. It may be applied to any wound and is especially suitable for pressure ulcers, leg ulcers, diabetic ulcers, surgical wounds, burns, graft sites, infected wounds, cavity wounds and sinuses. Activon Tube is ideal for debriding necrotic tissue; it's ideal for topping up dressings where the honey is washed away or great for using directly into cavities. Honey can be washed away using normal saline solution. As honey is a natural product any remaining honey will not have any adverse effects.
Medical grade Manuka honey brings the following properties:
- Anti-bacterial, effectively kills harmful bacteria
- Eliminates odours without masking them
- Osmotic effect, drawing harmful tissue away from the wound bed
- Maintains the ideal moist wound healing environment
Directions: Twist off cap, apply liberally to the wound bed to a minimum depth of 5mm and cover with an appropriate secondary dressing. Activon Tube is a single patient use only product, once opened use within 90 days. Initially you may experience high levels of exudate, this is perfectly normal and will decrease over time, therefore your secondary dressing of choice may initially need to be super absorbent.
Ingredients: 100% Medical Grade Manuka Honey
Precautions: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use Activon 100% Medical Grade Manuka Honey if you have a known allergy to any of the ingredients listed. Although the honey is not absorbed into the blood stream, we advise monitoring the levels of patients with diabetes. Do not use if allergic to bee venom. Discomfort can be experienced when honey is applied, depending on sensitivity of the wound it may be necessary to consider an appropriate level of analgesic. The initial discomfort usually subsides, however if it does continue, discontinue use and irrigate the wound with saline solution. Always read the label and use as directed.