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(id:03-1) All of the following are correct about bio-surgical debridement, except:
(uid:12-1) Classify the following pressure injury ulcer according to the extent of tissue damage per the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel:
(id:07-2) A 55 y/o female arrives to your clinic for evaluation of her ulcer. She refers that she has been with her ulcer now for 8 years. She received treatment in another wound care clinic but they are not that smart because there’s no improvement. She is seeking a second opinion and management. How would you confirm the diagnosis?
(id:06-2) It is commonly found in chronic non-healing wounds:
(id:07-1) A 32 y/o male arrives at your wound care clinic for evaluation of his burn, which is red, painful, without blisters. How would you classify this burn?
(id:15-1) Which of the following four categories is defined as the presence of replicating microorganisms which do not cause injury to the host?
(id:20-1) Compression of lower extremities is contraindicated in which of the following patients?
(id:31-1) Which of the following cells in the epidermis are implicated in skin graft rejection?
(id:09-2) The following image was most likely due to which of the following bacteria:
(id:13-1) The most common cause of lower extremity ulcers are due to:
(id:34-1) How many diabetic patients will develop a foot ulcer in their lifetime?
(id:23-2) Collagen is a key protein in wound healing created mostly by:
(id:01-2) Why is that poor glycemic control in diabetic patients affects wound healing?
(id:38-1) Why is vitamin C important for wound healing?
(id:39-2) What causes primary lymphedema?