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WoundSource Practice Accelerator: Wound Bed Preparation
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on Wound Bed Preparation.

The presence of which substance contributes to the chronicity of wounds?
Low protease levels
Proliferation of fibroblasts
Low bioburden
Proinflammatory cytokines
Which dressing can stimulate tissue growth in chronic wounds and comes in several forms including powders, gels, and sheets?
Hydrogel
Collagen
Foam
Alginate
Electrical stimulation therapy for chronic wounds causes an increase in production of which of the following?
Keratinocytes
Leukocytes
VEGF
Proteases
During wound assessment, a small, non-pulsatile, smooth tubular structure which is purple/blue in color is noted arising from the subcutaneous fat. Which should be documented?
Vein
Drain
Artery
Suture
Macerated tissue is devitalized and is appropriate to debride or remove.
True
False
Which of the following tissues is poorly vascularized and relies on surrounding vascular supply and tissue for perfusion?
Muscle
Tendon
Granulation
Bone
Which of the following pressure values is appropriate for wound cleansing, i.e., adequate for removal of debris but safe for viable tissue?
3
18
25
12
Which of the following substances is non-cytotoxic and may be safely used as a wound cleansing solution?
Chlorhexidine
Normal saline
Acetic acid
Iodine
A hydrocolloid dressing is most appropriate for which of the following wounds?
A wound with unstable eschar
A full-thickness granulating wound with large exudate
A partial-thickness pressure ulcer
An unstageable pressure ulcer
Which primary dressing is most appropriate for wounds with large amounts of exudate?
Hydrocolloid
Hydrogel
Transparent film
Foam
NPWT is an appropriate advanced wound healing modality for which of the following wounds?
Diabetic foot ulcer with confirmed osteomyelitis in which antibiotic therapy has not started
Abdominal wound healing by secondary intention with a potential unexplored enterocutaneous fistula
A full-thickness wound with significant depth and high exudate levels
An atypical wound of undiagnosed etiology pending pathology results
Which of the following is considered a contraindication to topical application of growth factors?
Malignancy
Immunocompromised state
Full-thickness wound
Ischemic wound
Which of the following methods is considered the gold standard for obtaining tissue for culture from a chronic wound?
Excision of healthy-appearing tissue after wound is cleansed
Swab of exudate wound surface immediately after dressing removal
Excision of devitalized tissue from wound bed
Collecting debrided tissue from curette for specimen
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