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WoundSource Practice Accelerator: Wound Dressings 101
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on Wound Dressings.

What dressing type is indicated for moderately to heavily draining wounds?
Hydrogel
Collagen
Alginate
What dressing type is best indicated for a wound with light exudate?
Alginate
Hydrogel
Bordered Foam
Your patient has a full-thickness wound to the right lower leg. The drainage amount is heavy, and the wound tissue is 50/50 red granulation and slough. What dressing would be most appropriate?
Hydrogel, alginate, and foam daily
Calcium alginate, non-bordered foam, gauze roll, and tape daily
Hydrocolloid three times a week
Bordered foam every other day
There is a patient you are assessing with a stage 4 pressure ulcer to the coccygeal region. The wound is draining moderate serosanguineous exudate. The wound is 8×8×0.9cm with a tunnel at 3 o’clock, 3.5cm deep. What dressing would be most appropriate?
Alginate rope and composite three times a week and PRN
Alginate and a hydrocolloid three times a week
Collagen, alginate rope in tunnel, and bordered gauze
Alginate and bordered foam dressing daily
What type of dressing might be most appropriate for a wound with a biofilm present?
Collagen
Silver hydrogel
Hydrocolloid
Ms. Smith has a skin tear to her right upper arm. The wound is partial-thickness and has light drainage. What treatment would you select?
Cleanse wound with normal saline. Apply hydrogel to wound daily.
Cleanse wound with wound cleanser. Apply hydrogel to wound. Apply transparent film to wound three times a week.
Cleanse wound with wound cleanser. Apply alginate to wound. Cover with a bordered foam dressing daily.
What two dressings are most likely not reimbursed by insurance if the drainage is not a moderate amount?
Alginates and bordered foams
Hydrocolloids and foams
Gelling fibers and composites
What type of dressing promotes the most thermoregulation?
Alginate
Foam
Silicone layer
Contact layer
What type of dressing would be most appropriate when covering an exposed structure such as tendon or bone?
Collagen
Oil emulsion
Alginate
Non-adherent
Your patient has diabetes and is wearing a total contact cast that will be worn for one week. There is a full-thickness neuropathic ulcer to the plantar aspect of the left foot. The wound is pale pink granulation, draining small serous exudate. What dressing would be most appropriate under the TCC?
Silver foam
Calcium alginate and bordered foam
Hydrogel and composite
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