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Dynarex Honey L-Mesitran Dressing - Border Style (10cm x 10cm) (4"x4")

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Packaging Available: 10 dressings/box or case (10 boxes)
Manufacturer: Dynarex | Manufacturer Part #: 3073

Creates a moist wound environment, facilitates good wound bed preparation. 

A synthetic gauze, comfortable, easy to apply, can be used with L-Mesitran Soft. They're a bacterial barrier, create a moist wound healing environment, and absorb low to high levels of exudate. No contraindications known to date five days in-situ (depending on amount of wound exudate.)

  • 10cm x 10 cm (4" x 4")
  • Border Style
  • Cleanses the wound, reduces unpleasant odor
  • Debrides by autolysis, aids eschar removal
  • Stimulates wound healing
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Contain 30% Medical grade honey
  • HCPCS: A6245
Wound Type: Acute and chronic wounds with light to high exudate.

Wound Stages (Pressure Ulcers):

II, III, IV
Absorbency Level: High
Compare To: • Dukal Activon® Manuka Honey Tulle
• Derma Sciences MediHoney® Hydrogel
Adhesive
• Derma Sciences MediHoney® Hydrogel
Non-Adhesive

Case Studies: 

 Download: Honey Dressings Case Study 

Reference Material:

 Download: Honey Dressings Hydro Border Active Large Product Information

 Download: Honey Dressings L-Mesitran Wound Care Recommendation 

 Download: Honey Dressings Soft Product Information US 

White Papers:

 Download: Honey Dressings White Paper Cat Trauma 

 Download: Honey Dressings White Paper Equine Trauma 

 Download: Honey Dressings White Paper Honey vs Silver 

 

Please note that the packs take longer to ship than full cases.

Bacterial genus known to be susceptible to honey:

Achromobacter
Acinetobacter
Actinomyces
Aeromonas
Bacillus
Bacteroides
Brucella
Burkholderia
Campylobacter
Citrobacter
Clostridium
Corynebacterium
Enterobacter
Enterococcus
Escherichia
Haemophilus
Helicobacter
Klebsiella
Lactobacillus
Lactococcus
Listeria
Micrococcus
MRSA
Neisseria
Nocardia
Plesiomonas
Proteus
Pseudomonas
Salmonella
Serratia
Shigella
Stenotrophomonas
Streptococcus
Staphylococcus
Vibrio
VRE
Yersinia

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