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WoundSource Practice Accelerator: 
Debridement and Chronic Wounds
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on Debridement and Chronic Wounds.

What are the layers of the skin structure?
Epidermis, Subcutaneous, Epidermis
Epidermis, Subcutaneous
Dermis, Epidermis, Fascia, Subcutaneous
Epidermis, Dermis, Subcutaneous
What are the phases of healing in order?
Injury, Hemostasis, Proliferative, Maturation, Wound closure
Hemostasis, Inflammatory, Proliferative, Maturation
Hemostasis, Inflammatory, Maturation
What wound thickness does granulation formation take place in?
Full-thickness
Partial-thickness
How many types of debridement are there, and what are they?
5, Mechanical, Autolytic, Surgical, Whirlpool, and Enzymatic
5, Biological, Enzymatic , Autolytic, Mechanical, and Surgical
4, Biological, Enzymatic , Autolytic, and Mechanical
4, Enzymatic , Autolytic, Mechanical, and Surgical
Biological debridement is using sterile maggots to ingest dead tissue and pathogens.
True
False
Debridement is performed to ONLY remove dead tissue.
True
False
Eschar is found in partial and full thickness wounds.
True
False
What type of wounds should not be debrided?
Partial-thickness wounds
Autoimmune, Pyoderma gangrenosum
Calciphylaxis, Pyoderma gangrenous, Ischemic ulcers, Autoimmune
What type of debridement is most common in the long-term care setting?
Autolytic, Enzymatic
Surgical, Mechanical
Enzymatic, Biological
Dry, stable, and intact heel eschar should always be removed.
True
False
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