wound care quiz Sec 1

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  1. Which of the following is related to a fragile wound bed?
    A.Contact Layer
    B. Dry Dressing
    C. Transparent Film
    D. Foam Dressing
    A.Contact Layer
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Albumin measures _______
    A. Visceral Protein
    B. StoresGlucose Levels
    C. Iron Deficiency
    D. None of the Above
    A. Visceral Protein
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. f epiboly occurs at wound margins:
    A. A dressing that addresses moisture absorption is indicated.
    B. Wound is considered healed.
    C. Wound healing will stop.
    D. Wound healing will speed up.
    C. Wound healing will stop.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Dry stable intact eschar on heel is best treated with:
    A. Acetic Acid
    B. Contact Layer
    C. Dry Dressing
    D. Hydrogel
    C. Dry Dressing
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Dehiscence is a complication when internal organs protrude though an open wound.
    True
    False
    False
  6. Your patient has a very large sacral wound that has 50% necrotic tissue and tendon exposed. The wound is infected, and needs to be debrided. What would be the best choice of debridement?
    A.Whirlpool
    B.Bio-surgical
    C.Mechanical
    D.Sharps
    D.Sharps
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Aggressive sharp debridement is recommended for necrotic palliative wounds.
    True 
    False
    False
  8. When sweat and sebum mix on the skin they produce
    A.Acid Mantle
    B.Keratin
    C.Thermoregulation
    D.Bacteria
    A.Acid Mantle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Safe irrigation pressures are 3 - 25 PSI.
    True
    Flase
    False
  10. A term associated with the outer aspect of ankle:
    Lateral malleolus
  11. Fistulas can drain bile, stool, or urine. This can pose a problem for the perifistular area. What could you use that would protect the perifistular area?
    A.Wet to Dry dressing
    B.Dry Gauze to absorb drainage
    C.You don't need additional protection as long as you keep a close eye on it
    D.Pouches, Skin Barriers, Petroleum/Zinc Based Ointments
    D.Pouches, Skin Barriers, Petroleum/Zinc Based Ointments
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Half life for Albumin is:
    A.18 days
    B.25 days
    C.18 - 21 days
    D.1 week
    C.18 - 21 days
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Transferrin is another laboratory test that measures visceral protein stores. This test however is not recommended in patients who have:
    A.Iron deficiency
    B.Weight loss
    C.Pressure Ulcers
    D.None of the Above
    A.Iron deficiency
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  14. The process of a delivering a fluid or cleansing solution to the wound by means of a specific mechanical force is cleaning a wound. Normal Saline is the preferred cleansing agent; however commercial cleansers are used as well. Commercial cleansers contain surface active agents known as:
    A.Wound
    B.Antiseptics
    C.Surfactants
    D.Lanaseptic
    C.Surfactants
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. What Stage? Pressure area to sacrum that is 100% covered with black eschar.
    Unstageable
  16. The dressings that provide an environment for autolytic debridement are:
    A.Alginates, hydrogels, and wet to dry dressings.
    B.Alginates, hydrocolloids and transparent dressings.
    C.Hydrogels, enzymatic ointment, and wet to dry dressings.
    D.Alginates, hydrocolloids, and enzymatic ointments
    B.Alginates, hydrocolloids and transparent dressings.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. Prevalence is:
    A.Rate of new cases that are developed over a certain time period
    B."Snap shot" of the number of cases that developed during a certain time period
    C.One time only "snap shot" of the number of cases at a given time
    D.Number of cases divided by the yearly census
    C.One time only "snap shot" of the number of cases at a given time
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  18. Pyoderma Gangrenosum is a rare chronic inflammatory disease of unknown etiology with painful skin ulcers. Clinically their appearance is:
    A.Irregular, jagged, raised wound edges that are violet or bluish in color
    B.Small and easily contracted
    C.Round even wound margins and red
    D.Jagged wound edges that are gray in color
    A.Irregular, jagged, raised wound edges that are violet or bluish in colorImage Upload
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. Oxandrin is the only oral anabolic agent approved by the FDA to promote weight gain after involuntary weight loss.
    True
    False
    True
  20. Patient admitted to ER complaining of abdominal pain, upon examination the lower right quadrant of the abdomen appears red, swollen, and hot to touch. Over the course of hours the skin becomes blue gray with fluid-filled blisters. The patient has symptoms of:
    A.Necrotizing Fasciitis
    B.Calciphylaxis
    C.Marjolin Ulcer
    D.C-Difficile
    A.Necrotizing Fasciitis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Compression improves the efficiency of the calf pump and helps control edema.
    True
    False
    True
  22. A patient presents with multiple painful necrotic lesions located on her legs and torso. Lab results reflect elevated serum calcium, elevated serum phosphate and elevated BUN and creatinine levels. These characteristics suggest:
    A.Pyoderma gangrenosum
    B.Calciphylaxis
    C.Pemphigus
    D.Marjolin Ulcers
    B.Calciphylaxis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. When diagnosing arterial occlusion, what is considered to be the "Gold Standard"?
    A.Angioplasty
    B.ABI ( Ankle Brachial Index)
    C.Segmental Pressures
    D.Angiogram
    D.Angiogram
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  24. A full thickness wound would include skin loss through the epidermis, dermis into the subcutaneous and possible bone, muscle and tendon. This type of wound will move through four overlapping phases of healing. These phases are:
    A.Hemostasis, Inflammatory, Defensive, Negatory
    B.Homeostasis, Inflammatory, Proliferative, Maturation
    C.Hemostasis, Inflammatory, Proliferative, Maturation
    D.Hemostasis, Aggregation, Inflammatory, Closure
    C.Hemostasis, Inflammatory, Proliferative, Maturation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. An ABI can be used to rule out significant arterial occlusion and determine the amount of compression that can safely be applied. Which of the following indicates a normal ABI reading?
    A.< 0.9
    B.≥ 1.0
    C.< 0.7
    D.< 0.4
    B.≥ 1.0
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. There is no one specific laboratory test that indicates the diagnosis of osteomyelitis; however, three labs done together with positive or increased results could be indicative of osteomyelitis. What three tests would be obtained?
    A.ESR, WBC, Pre Albumin
    B.WBC, PT, H/H
    C.CBC,ESR, C-Reactive Protein
    D.WBC, CBC, ESR
    C.CBC,ESR, C-Reactive Protein
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. Compression is contraindicated for which of the following patients?
    A.Decompensated CHF
    B.Peripheral Arterial Disease
    C.ABI ≤ 0.5
    D.All of the Above
    D.All of the Above
  28. Colonization can be described as:
    A.All wounds are colonized.
    B.High bioburden on the wound surface showing signs of wound deterioration.
    C.Presence of replicating microorganisms which do not cause injury to the host.
    D.Presence of bacteria on the wound surface that are not actively multiplying.
    C.Presence of replicating microorganisms which do not cause injury to the host.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. What are the three types of wound closure?
    A.Primary, Secondary, Quarterly
    B.Primary, Delayed Secondary, Tertiary
    C.Primary, Secondary, Deleted Primary
    D.Primary, Secondary, Tertiary
    D.Primary, Secondary, Tertiary
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. The skin is comprised of two layers, the epidermis and the dermis. Each layer consists of numerous cells. Which of the following cells would you find in the dermis?
    A.Macrophage, Fibroblast, Mast Cells
    B.Stratum Corneum, Stratum Granulosum, Stratum Lucidum
    C.Macrophage, Fibroblast, Keratinocyte
    D.None of the Above
    A.Macrophage, Fibroblast, Mast Cells
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. What Stage? Full thickness tissue loss, subcutaneous fat may be visible but bone, tendon, or muscle are not exposed.
    Stage 3
  32. Pre-Albumin is a more sensitive measure of visceral protein stores, providing a more current picture of protein status. What is the half life and at-risk level for Pre-Albumin?
    A.3 - 4 days,< 15 mg/dl
    B.4 days, > 4.0 mg/dl
    C.1 - 2 days, < 16 mg/dl
    D.1 - 2 days, <3.5 mg/dl
    C.1 - 2 days, < 16 mg/dl
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. The Dermis contains an important cell called the fibroblast. What does a fibroblast produce?
    A.Red Blood Cells
    B.Desmosomes
    C.Collagen and Elastin
    D.Melanin and Melanocytes
    C.Collagen and Elastin
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  34. Which is best used for a partial thickness pressure ulcer in the sacral area of an incontinent patient?
    A.Enzymatic Ointment
    B.Hydrocolloid
    C.Foam Dressing
    D.Alginate
    B.Hydrocolloid
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. Which of the tools listed below is used to determine pressure ulcer healing?
    A.Braden
    B.Gosnell
    C.PUSH
    D.Norton
    C.PUSH
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  36. Radiation burns are treated with hydrogel.
    Ture
    False
    True
  37. A patient diagnosed with colon cancer develops candida rash under her breasts. The most appropriate treatment would be:
    A.Hydrogel
    B.Skin Sealant
    C.Miconazole
    D.Silvadene
    C.Miconazole
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. Upon assessment of a wound it is observed to have nodular cauliflower-shaped tissue in the wound bed with heavy seropurulent exudate accompanied by a pungent odor. These characteristics suggest:
    A.Fungating wound
    B.Pemphigus
    C.Pyoderma gangrenosum
    D.Sickle Cell ulcer
    A.Fungating wound
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. Your patient has Venous Hypertension and a history of ulcers. She comes to you once again with an ulcer, this time to the R medial malleolar area. You receive an order to obtain ABI and compress. Which of the following results would permit compression?
    A.≤ 0.3 - 0.5
    B.< 0.2 - 0.4
    C.< 0.4 - 0.5
    D.≥ 0.6 - 1.0
    D.≥ 0.6 - 1.0
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. This occurs when a patient develops a tissue reaction in a previously irradiated field following the administration of a chemotherapeutic agent.
    Radiation recall

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