Evidence Summary: Wound management: medical-grade honey
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Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of medical-grade honey for wound management? Background: Medical-grade honey refers to honey that has been sterilised by gamma radiation, provides an indicator of the level of the honey’s antibacterial activity, is registered for medical purposes and meets national requirements for medical product labelling. Medical-grade honey can be used as an ointment or gel, or impregnated into wound dressings.
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