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Honey dressing use for the management of split thickness skin graft donor sites: a technical note

      Honey impregnated dressings have been described in ancient texts for their use in various wounds, whether infected or not, to help promote healing with no adverse effects. Its utilisation by the medical profession has become more prominent over the last few decades for a variety of indications.

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