5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- When caring for an amputate body part:
- When caring for a patient with an open chest wound, you should:
- The MOST significant immediate threat to a patient with a soft- tissue injury is:
- After controlling the bleed from a grossly contaminated open wound to the leg, you should next:
- A patients taking _______ would MOST likely experience a delay in the healing of a wound.
- a early notification of the hospital is important
- b Corticosteroids
- c frequently assess breathing sounds for indications of a pneumothorax.
- d irrigate with sterile water and apply a sterile dressing.
- e Hemorrhage
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Cardiac arrest patient with an ice pick impaled in the center of the back.
- caused by large vessel damage.
- a bed-ridden patient
- apply an ice-pack to the hematoma and monitor his level of consciousness.
5 True/False Questions
A 30 year-old man presents with jaw and neck stiffness and a fever. During your assessment, he tells you that he cut his hand on a piece of metal about a week ago. You should be MOST suspicious that this patient has: → suction the blood from his mouth and assist ventilations with a bag-mask.
You should splint an open soft-tissue injury to an extremity because: → motion of the extremity may disrupt the blood clotting process.
During the neovascularization phase of the wound healing process: → new blood vessels from the body attempts to bring oxygen and nutrients to the injured tissue.
_________ is a fibrous protein that gives the skin high resistance to breakage under mechanical stress. → a bed-ridden patient
a laceration that lies perpendicular to the skin's tension lines: → often remains open, heals more slowly, and is more likely to result in abnormal scar formation.