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PAW Manuka Wound Gel

PAW Manuka Wound Gel
Manuka Wound Gel; Manuka Wound Gel Honey
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PAW Manuka Wound Gel is ideal for non healing and chronic wounds, traumatic, acute and surgical wounds, malodorous and sloughy wounds, burns and as a general first aid.

Unfortunately, at some stage, most horses will aquire a wound (abrasion, puncture, laceration, burn). Proper wound management is essential to ensure proper healing and overall health and wellbeing of the animal. Honey, and more specifically Manuka honey has been used for centuries to treat wounds on animals and has great properties to help support good wound management.

Features & Benefits of PAW Manuka Wound Gel:

  • Sterile wound dressing made from 80% Manuka honey
  • Natural nourishing oil for additional protection and to reduce stinging associated with pure honey.
  • Helps maintain natural wound pH.
  • Reduces and prevents contamination, external bacteria colonisation and infection.
  • Non adherent helping reduce trauma at dressing change.
  • Removes malodour.
  • May assist in removal of slough and necrotic tissue.
  • Safe if accidentally licked by the animal.

Dosage
Should be used liberally & can be applied either directly to the wound or to a suitable dressing. The frequency of changing required will depend on clinical circumstances and can vary from more than once per day for draining wounds to up to 7 days for unsoiled dressings.

Directions for Use
Wash around the wound with a sterile saline. Apply PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ liberally (approx. 3mm layer) directly to the wound or to a suitable dressing. In addition using a barrier cream can further protect the wound margin. Dressing change frequency will depend on clinical circumstances. It can vary from once per day for draining wounds to up to 7 days for unsoiled dressings. PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ can be removed from the wound by rinsing with sterile saline or water at dressing change.

Ingredients
The ingredients in PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ include Manuka Honey (80%), natural Gum, bees wax, and nourishing organic oils. This product is sterile and of medical grade.

Safety Directions
Not for use on heavily exudating wounds
Not recommended for body cavities
In the event of a slow or non-responding wound, please seek veterinary advice.

Physical Description
A light brown gel formulation – resulting in reduced run off and easier dressing changes.

Sizes: 25g; ($13.95 ) or 100g (28.95)

Manuka Wound Gel; Manuka Wound Gel Honey

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