Wound Care

Specialist Wound Care Solutions

Defries Industries distributes the internationally renowned Advancis Medical wound care range.

Advancis’ wound products, particularly the Manuka Honey Dressings are innovative and effective, as confirmed by supporting clinical literature.

Manuka Honey: Preventing and managing wound infection

Manuka honey is a topical antimicrobial agent and is beneficial in wound care products.

Properties of Advancis Manuka Honey:

  • A broad spectrum antibacterial, especially to wound infecting bacteria: staph aureus, pseudomonas aeruginosa, MRSA and VRE.

  • Effective for debridement

  • Deodorises wounds

  • Maintains a moist wound healing environment

  • Non cytotoxic and a natural substance


Our range includes Manuka honey products for all of your needs:

Activon Tube 25g – 100% medical grade Manuka honey with no additives

Activon Tulle - Knitted viscose mesh impregnated with 100% medical grade Manuka honey

Algivon – Alginate dressing impregnated with 100% medical grade Manuka honey

These products may be applied to any wound especially sloughy, necrotic and malodorous wounds.

Silicone Dressings: soft, comfortable and gentle

Siltape – Soft silicone perforated tape roll. A popular versatile product. Ideal for small incision sites and holding dressings in place.

Silflex – A soft silicone wound contact layer that gently adheres to the skin but not to the wound bed, allowing the passage of exudate. Its many uses includes skins tears, abrasions, surgical wounds, second degree burns, lacerations and leg and pressure ulcers.



DeRoyal Multidex: Maltodextrin Wound Filler

Multidex is a primary wound filler/dressing that is formulated to enhance the body’s ability to heal itself.

Available as a gel or powder, it is comprised of maltodextrin (D-Glucose Polysaccharide) and ascorbic acid (vitamin C). These two key components provide the promotion of chronic wound healing.

Multidex is clinically proven to maintain a moist environment beneficial for granulation tissue growth and epithelial proliferation.