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WoundSource Practice Accelerator:
Pressure Injury Prevention
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on pressure injury prevention.

How are pressure injury stages determined?
Location, shape, and color
Tissue level of destruction
Intrinsic and extrinsic factors
Which pressure injury stage is characterized by partial-thickness skin loss?
Stage 4 pressure injury
Stage 2 pressure injury
Stage 3 pressure injury
 
When ordering and selecting appropriate support surfaces and seating cushions for redistribution, what are key factors for consideration?
Patient weight and size
Brand name
Style of equipment
Which statement is most true in defining the term “pressure injury”?
A pressure injury is an open wound over a bony prominence that is caused by the presence of friction or shear.
Pressure injuries manifest as intact skin and may be painful.
A pressure injury is localized damage to the skin and/or underlying soft tissue, usually over a bony prominence or related to a medical or other device. The injury can manifest as intact skin or an open ulcer and may be painful.
An increased risk for pressure injury development is noted in patients:
With a body mass index between 20 and 25
Who weigh less than 110 lb.
With increased nutritional intake
What is NOT a primary objective for managing pressure injuries?
Changing the wound dressing more frequently
Reducing pressure
Managing moisture
Reducing friction and shear forces
What are the most common areas for development of pressure injuries?
Heels and elbows
Coccyx and sacrum
Heels and coccyx
Back of the head
What is the most important factor in developing pressure injuries?
Poor nutrition
Friction and shearing forces
Age
Unrelieved pressure
Which pressure injuries are staged?
A. Medical device–related pressure injury (MDRPI)
B. Mucosal membrane pressure injury (MMPI)
C. Intact, partial-thickness, and full-thickness pressure injuries
D. A and B
f. A and C
Skin assessments should be conducted within __ hours of admission.
24
36
48
60
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