Honey as Wound Treatment

Honey as Wound Treatment
Number of articles: 16
Created: 23 March 2020

We are pleased to announce to you our first article collection, chosen by JPR Editorial Boards. We have gathered our top articles discussing honey as wound treatment since 2012. With over 5000++ views and 3000++ downloads, the articles on honey have become the most popular articles in our journal. With the increasing number of the use of honey as wound treatment as well as the increasing interest in honey publications and writings, we present to you this collection of your great interest, which we think will be very educational and enriching.

The Editorial Boards would like to thank Dr. Gentur Sudjatmiko, Dr. Aditya Wardhana, Dr. Kristaninta Bangun, Dr. Siti Handayani, Dr. Prasetyanugraheni Kreshanti, Dr. Nandita Melati Putri for their contributions on this edition of JPR’s Article Collections.

Managing Editor,

Narottama Tunjung, MD

The Articles: 

Granulation Red Index to Assess Pressure Ulcer Granulation Tissue Quality Treated by Honey Gauze Dressing by Digital Image Analysis
Fory Fortuna, Nandita Melati Putri, Gentur Sudjatmiko

Maxillary Growth Evaluation of Patients with Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip and Palate After Two Flap Palatoplasty With Honey Oral Drops
Prasetyanugraheni Kreshanti, Siti Handayani, Forry Fortuna, Julieta Pancawati, Amila Jeni Susanto, Grace Wangge, Alita Indania

Honey as A Treatment for Diabetic Foot Ulcer: A Systematic Review
Ide Bagoes Insani, Nurina Widayanti, Aliyya Rifki

Randomized Control Trial Comparing Moist Exposed Burn Ointment and Honey as Dressings Agents in Patients with Second-Degree Burns
Anastasia Dessy Harsono, Aditya Wardhana

Standardization of Honey Application on Acute Partial Thickness Wound
Benni Raymond, Gentur Sudjatmiko

The Effect of Honey Give as Oral Drops in Precipitating Epithelialization of Lateral Palatal Defects Post TwoFlap Palatoplasty
Prasetyanugraheni Kreshanti, Gentur Sudjatmiko, Kristaninta Bangun

Accelerated Healing of The Wider Lateral Defects in Adult Cleft Palate Repairs
Dewi Aisyah Mukarramah, Gentur Sudjatmiko

Comparison of Wound-bed Preparation Time in Chronic Traumatic Wound Using Topical Honey Application and Conventional Dressing
Dewi A. Mukarramah, Gentur Sudjatmiko

Comparison of Physical–Chemical Characteristic and Antibacterial Effect Between Manuka Honey and Local Honey
Ali Sundoro, Nadia K., Nur A., Gentur Sudjatmiko, A. Tedjo

Application of Honey and Transparent Dressing to Split Thickness Skin Graft Donor Site and Its Effect on Epithelialization Rate
Teuku A., Nandita Melati P., Gentur Sudjatmiko, Asrofi S., Ishandono D.

The Effect of Honey on Granulating Tissue of The Mandibular Bone
Anastasia Dessy Harsono, Gentur Sudjatmiko

The Difficulties of Reconstruction in The Achilles Area
Rani Septrina, Gentur Sudjatmiko

Antibacterial Activity of Indonesian Local Honey Against Strains of P. Aeruginosa, S. Aureus and MRSA
Ayu Diah K. P., Ali Sundoro, Gentur Sudjatmiko

Topical Honey Application in Treating Large Ulcerated Wound as a Complication of Vascular Malformation In a 5-Month-Old Baby
Intania Djoenaedi, Gentur Sudjatmiko

Recurrent Cranial Bone and Scalp Defect: A Case Report
Intan Friscilla Hakim, Gentur Sudjatmiko

Modified Two-Flap Palatoplasty With Leaving Lateral Periosteum and Application of Honey Pack: A Preliminary Study
Kristaninta Bangun, Gentur Sudjatmiko, Danu Mahandaru