‘In our study, the honey dressing not significantly improve healing, time to healing, change in ulcer area, incidence of infection or quality of life, ‘says lead author Dr Andrew Jull , who works in the Clinical Trials Research Unit at the University of Auckland common causes of ed .
In a study run in four centers in New Zealand randomly patients were divided randomly into two groups. Says Dr. Associations the the given other organizations with honey soaked. Both groups had compression bandage. After 12 weeks there was no significant difference between the rates of healing in the two groups. However, the honey treatment was more expensive, and the people in this group reported significantly more adverse events than in the conventional group (111 vs 84 P= 0 change. Continue reading