Case Studies

Properties and use of a honey dressing and gel in wound management

BJN Article Tissue Viability Supplement March 2019

Honey used in Wound Care

Modern use of an 'ancient' recipe

Revamil Balm for the treating of superficial burns

STEVEN JEFFERY  Professor of Wound Healing, Birmingham City University; Honorary Visiting Professor, Cardiff University

Revamil Balm for the treating of healing burns

STEVEN JEFFERY  Professor of Wound Healing, Birmingham City University; Honorary Visiting Professor, Cardiff University

Revamil Balm for the treating of Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa (non-Herlitz)

RACHEL WONG: Tissue Viability Support Nurse

Revamil Balm for the treating of Epidermolysis Bullosa

RACHEL WONG: Tissue Viability Support Nurse

Revamil Balm, Treatment of Eczema On Adolescent Girl

By: Kay Sullivan, Foot Health Practitioner MCFHP MAFHP

Revamil Balm, Treatment of venous insufficiency ulcers and eczema

A WANSZELBAUM MD: MeuhedetHealth Service Jerusalem, Israel C GrachM Sc: Chronic Wound Ltd, Israel

Revamil Melginate Case Study

Melginate dressing on basis of medicinal honey

The High Absorbency of Revamil Melginate

Surgical Material Testing Laboratory (SMTL) Test Report

Revamil Melginate Case Study

Revamil Melginate used by Tissue Viability on leg ulcers

Revamil Melginate Case Study

Revamil Melginate used by Tissue Viability on leg ulcer

Additional tests have been carried out at hospitals around the world, among others Modena (Italy), Bologna (Italy), Prague (Czech Republic).