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WoundSource Practice Accelerator:
Biofilm and Inflammation 
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on biofilms and inflammation.

How much more tolerant are biofilms to antibiotics than the planktonic cells that make them up?
100 times
500 times
1,000 times
5,000 times
What would be an effective plan to manage a biofilm?
Topical antibiotics
Single sharp debridement session
Autolytic debridement with a silver dressing
Sharp debridement repeated as necessary, paired with topical antiseptics and an antimicrobial-impregnated dressing
In what stage of wound healing does healing become stalled?
Hemostasis
Inflammation
Repair or regeneration
Epithelialization
Continuous inflammation has what effect on the wound?
Non-healing
Pain
Poor outcomes
All of the above
What does the S of TIMERS stand for?
Social factors
Senescent cells
Silver dressings
Selective debridement
The polysaccharide matrix of a biofilm
Provides protection from immune responses
Provides protection from antibiotics
Is made up of polysaccharides, extracellular DNA, and protein
All of the above
Biofilms cause
Prolonged pain
Continuous inflammation
Discomfort
All of the above
The goal of wound bed preparation is
To resolve stalling factors and promote healing in the wound
To prevent biofilms
To reduce antimicrobial usage
To prevent hospitalization
How long does it take for a biofilm to reform?
24 hours
48 hours
24-48 hours
48-72 hours
Which statement is true about biofilm?
Microbial virulence and host defenses are key in biofilm eradication.
Biofilm can be permanently disrupted by antimicrobial dressings.
The presence of biofilm may make a wound hard to heal.
All of the above
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