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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.

Of patients with diabetic foot ulcer (DFU), nearly 20% will experience the following:
Neuropathy
Chronic inflammation
Amputation
Renal dialysis
The pathology of DFU results from a combination of (select all that apply):
Neuropathy
Ischemia
Hypoglycemia
Infection
Pain
During a foot examination, the clinician encounters a deformity of the left second toe where the distal and proximal interphalangeal joints are flexed, causing the distal tip of the toe to point downward; callus formation is also noted at the distal tip of the toe where it comes into contact with the ground during ambulation. How should this condition be documented?
Claw toe
Prominent metatarsal head
Charcot arthropathy
Hammer toe
Which of the following assessments in a patient with DFU indicates the potential need for antibiotics?
Erythema localized over the bony prominence of the medial first metatarsal
Cramping pain during ambulation
Maceration of periwound callus
Contact with bone during wound debridement
Prepared cellular and/or tissue-based products (CTPs) include (Select all that apply):
Human skin allografts
Fibroblast-matrices
Platelet-derived growth factor
Split-thickness skin grafts
Utilizing advanced therapies for treatment of DFU should be considered when:
The patient is diagnosed with DFU and treatment is initiated
Clinical infection is suspected and quantitative cultures are obtained
The patient is unable to afford traditional dressing supplies
The wound has failed to demonstrate an acceptable rate of closure
What percentage of patients will die within five years of receiving diagnosis of DFU?
10%
30%
50%
75%
Management of blood glucose, hypertension, fluid volume or edema, and nutrition in patients with DFU is part of:
Medical optimization
Routine wound assessment
Topical or local therapy
Patient education
Which of the following is NOT considered an advanced wound therapy in the treatment of DFU?
Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT)
Fibroblast-containing matrices
Platelet-derived growth factor
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)
Total contact casting (TCC)
Which of the following is the best intervention for prevention of DFU and subsequent amputation?
Adhering to oral medication therapy including hypoglycemic agents
Obtaining new footwear on a yearly basis
Controlling glucose through dietary measures
Obtaining regular foot examinations
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