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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.

Which debridement method uses the body’s own enzymes to break down non-viable tissues?
Sharp
Enzymatic
Autolytic
Biological
Which debridement method is the removal of non-viable tissue through the use of tools such as monofilament fiber pads or wound irrigation?
Sharp
Hydrosurgery
Mechanical
Ultrasound
What is necessary for autolytic debridement?
A moist wound environment
Adequate time to allow for tissue liquefaction
A functioning immune system
All of the above
When should biological debridement be avoided?
In the presence of necrotic blood vessels
In large wounds
In patients with low pain tolerance
In infected wounds
What does R in the updated TIMERS mnemonic stand for?
Relax
Rx
Re-evaluate
Regeneration
What does the S in the updated TIMERS mnemonic stand for?
Senescence
Social factors
Silver
Selective debridement
Which debridement method would be most appropriate for a palliative patient with a stage 3 pressure ulcer?
Sharp
Mechanical
Hydrosurgery
Autolytic
What type of wound tissue is pale pink with white dots within the wound bed or at the wound edges?
Epithelial tissue
Granulation tissue
Friable granulation tissue
Slough
Slough can be which of the following colors?
Yellow
Black
Brown
All of the above
How should intact, stable eschar without erythema, drainage, or fluctuance be treated?
Apply saturated gauze and remove once dry
Leave in place, but continue to monitor
Perform sharp debridement immediately
Apply compression
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