Dokumentasjon

  • Antiinflamatorisk Indigenous New Zealand honeys exhibit multiple anti-inflammatory activities. Aidan G. Leong1, Patries M. Herst1, 2 and Jacquie L. Harper1 2011.
  • Antibakteriell Bacteria, biofilm and honey: A study of the effects of honey on “plantonic” and biofilm-embedded cronic wound bacteria. Patricia Mercoll, Tom Øystein Jonassen, Marie Elisabeth Vad, Stig L. Jeansson&Ketil K. Melby. 2009
  • Immunstimulerende Effect of honey and its major royal jelly protein 1 on cytokine and MMP-9 mRNA transcripts in human keratinocytes. Juraj Majtan1*, Pawan Kumar2,3*, Tomas Majtan4,5, Andrew F. Walls3 and Jaroslav Klaudiny6 2009.
    Absence of bacterial resistance to medical-grade manuka honey R. A. Cooper & L. Jenkins & A. F. M. Henriques & R. S. Duggan & N. F. Burton 2009)
  • Antioksidant Free radical production and quenching in honeys with wound healing potential. Ana Henriques1, Simon Jackson.Rose Cooper and Neil Burton
  • Renser sår raskt og effektivt Biglari B., Moghaddam A, Santos K, et. al. Multicentre prospective observational study on professional wound care using honey (Medihoney). International Wound Journal 2012;doi: 10.1111/j.1742-481X.2012.00970
  • Gode barriereegenskaper Niijhus, WA,et.AL. A randomised trial on honey barrier cream versus zinc oxide oinment. British Journal og Nursing, 2012, Vol 21. NO
  • Soppdrepende Honey and Medihoney® Barrier Cream: their role in protecting and repairing skin Michelle Greenwood, Jo Handsaker Michelle Greenwood is Lead Nurse, Tissue Viability, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust; Jo Handsaker, is Clinical Nurse Specialist, Walsall Healthcare

Kort og godt - den best dokumenterte antibakterielle medisinske honningen Medihoney Reference List 2015. References for the use of Medihoney Antibacterial Medical honey

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