Wounds for final

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Wounds for final
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2013-04-23 00:28:25
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  1. What intention of wound healing has:
    Minimum tissue loss
    Uncomplicated and clean wound
    Edges approximated and sutured, stapled, glued
    Very little scarring
    Primary Intention
  2. What intention of wound healing has:
    Heals from inside out
    Large gaping wound with irregular edges
    Edges too far apart to suture
    Fills in with granulation tissue
    Prone to infection
    Takes longer to heal, larger scar
    Secondary Intention
  3. What intention of wound healing has:
    Delayed primary closure
    Wound left open until no sign of infection then sutured closed
    Sutured after granulation begins
    Wider and deeper scar
    Tertiary Intention
  4. What stage of pressure ulcer:
    skin intact, non-blanching
    Stage I
  5. What stage of pressure ulcer:
    Partial thickness loss of dermis
    Stage II
  6. What type of pressure ulcer:
    Full thickness tissue loss
    Fat may be visible 
    No bone, tendon, or muscle visible.
    Stage III
  7. What type of pressure ulcer:
    Full thickness tissue loss c/
    Bone, tendon or muscle showing
    Stage IV
  8. What stage of pressure ulcer:
    Full thickness tissue loss in which the base of the ulcer is covered by slough, and/or eschar in the wound bed.
    Unstageable Pressure Ulcer
  9. What type of tissue is red or pink, moist, fleshy tissue made of many capillaries and fibrous collagen?
    Granulation Tissue
  10. What is Evisceration?
    When some innards are on the outers
  11. What is dehiscence?
    When the stitches are busted apart and wound is opened back up.
  12. What are the 4 stages of the healing process?
    • Inflammatory Process
    • Inflammatory Phase
    • Proliferative Phase
    • Remodeling

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