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WoundSource Practice Accelerator:
Debridement and Chronic Wounds Knowledge Quiz
 
Test your knowledge based on your learning from the materials provided in the May 2019 WoundSource Practice Accelerator program on debridement and chronic wounds.

Stalled wounds occur in what healing phase?
Hemostasis
Maturation
Inflammation
What is/are the fastest method(s) of debridement?
Autolytic and biosurgical
Enzymatic and autolytic
Mechanical
Surgical
Prolonged inflammation increases cytokines and protease activity while decreasing growth factor activity.
True
False
What is the outermost portion of the skin, composed of five avascular stratified layers of keratinocytes, with increasing biological activity as the directional order of the layers moves from superficial to deep?
Epidermis
Dermis
Subcutaneous
What is considered the foundation of wound bed preparation?
Wound cleansing
Debridement
Moist wound healing
What type of debridement uses the body’s own enzymes and moisture beneath a dressing, resulting in liquified necrosis?
Enzymatic
Autolysis
Chemical
What is TIME or DIME?
Concept of wound healing
Concept of wound progress
Concept of wound bed surface (WBS)
Concept of wound bed preparation (WBP)
To assess a wound properly, you must be able to visualize the wound bed tissue level.
True
False
Factors of impeded wound healing include what?
Tissue necrosis, hypoxia, bioburden, corrupt matrix, senescent cells
Hypoxia and biofilm
Necrosis and ECM
Non-viable tissue and senescent cells
What type of tissue is found in a partial-thickness wound?
Granulation
Epithelial
Non-viable
Epithelial and granulation
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