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WoundSource Practice Accelerator:
Infection Control and Wound Management
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on infection control and wound management.

What are the steps in wound hygiene?
Irrigate, debride, dress
Refashion, dress, debride
Cleanse, debride, refashion wound edges, apply wound dressing
Which of the following is true regarding the importance of using an appropriate cleanser?
Irrigation with a wound cleanser is good hygiene for every wound.
Antimicrobials, antibacterials, or surfactants are helpful in surface and periwound cleansing.
Highly cytotoxic solutions are recommended in cleansing complex wounds.
All of the above
Which statement is true about debridement?
a. Proactive debridement is an integral part of wound hygiene.
b. Debridement will remove biofilm most of the time.
c. A variety of debridement methods can be used to manage a wound.
d. All of the above
e. A, B
f. A, C
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
What is the appropriate psi range for wound cleansing?
3-5 psi
1-5 psi
4-15 psi
What causes hyperkeratosis?
a. Local irritation
b. Pressure
c. Friction
d. A, B
e. All of the above
How long does it take for biofilm to mature fully?
24 hours
48 hours
24-48 hours
48-72 hours
How does biofilm formation start?
Fungi
Planktonic (free floating) bacteria
Microcolonies
Viruses
How do mature biofilms protect bacteria?
Biofilms enhance the immune system’s tolerance of microorganisms embedded within the matrix of the biofilm compared with planktonic bacteria.
Biofilms stimulate microorganisms within the matrix.
Biofilms reduce the immune system’s ability to manage foreign bacteria.
All of the above
How often should patient plans of care be updated?
a. Never
b. When the wound moves towards healing
c. When the wound fails to move towards healing
d. B and C
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