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WoundSource Practice Accelerator:
Diabetic Foot Ulcers
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on diabetic foot ulcers.

What percentage of diabetic foot ulcers become infected?
0%-10%
Less than 25%
Approximately 33%
More than 50%
What minority population group has an increased risk of developing diabetic foot ulcers?
African Americans
Asian Americans
Irish Americans
All of the above
Diabetic foot ulcers that fail to stimulate proliferation or granulation responses often have which of the following characteristic(s)?
Abnormal angiogenesis
Impaired wound contraction
Stagnant reepithelialization
All of the above
Which of the following is the only FDA-approved recombinant human platelet-derived growth factor used in full-thickness lower-extremity diabetic foot ulcers with adequate blood flow?
Naltrexone
Becaplermin
Somatropin
Macimorelin
Offloading is recommended for patients experiencing neuropathy and who have an existing diabetic foot ulcer. What beneficial effect(s) does offloading have on an involved limb?
Immobilizing the patient completely
Increased monitoring capabilities and visibility of the wound
Pressure redistribution
All of the above
Which of the following impacts blood flow in diabetic foot disease?
Elevated glucose levels
Microvascular changes
Macrovascular changes
All of the above
The American Diabetes Association recommends that Hemoglobin A1c levels be maintained at what level?
5% or lower
6% or lower
7% or lower
9% or lower
Which classification system for DFUs is universally accepted?
No classification system is universally accepted
The SINBAD system
The Wagner Classification System
University of Texas Classification System
What estimated percentage of DFUs could be avoided by conducting regular foot exams?
5%-10%
20%-50%
45%-85%
100%
What is the recurrence rate of a DFU within 12 months?
10%
20%
30%
40%
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