A recent study has shown the effectiveness of medical grade honey in treating infected wounds of obese diabetic patients.
A disabled, 47 year-old diabetic patient had a wound of unknown cause on her right foot.
The 6 year old Welsh Pony Mira (mare) was attacked by a stallion; big wounds in the neck and on the leg were the result.
A 90-year-old female patient who was relatively mobile and in general good health had a skin tear.
A 45 year old female crashed through a glass door and had a deep wound on her left ankle, severing the achilles tendon and nerve.
Candida auris is a pathogenic yeast that first was isolated in 2009 from a 70-year-old Japanese woman. The name auris comes from Latin what means ear, referring to the first location where it was isolated from.
Dr Kajsa Gustafsson and her colleagues at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel, reported their findings recently in the “Equine Veterinary Journal”.
L-Mesitran proves to be the best Medical Grade Honey product to get rid of biofilms in wounds. This was published in the journal Antibiotics.
This is a case series of 7 preterm neonates (28-36 weeks of gestation) with extravasation injuries secondary to peripheral intravenous administration of total parental nutrition and medication