5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- When caring for a patient with an open chest wound, you should:
- Which of the following patients is at HIGHEST risk for a pressure injury?
- During the inflammation phase of the healing process:
- During the neovascularization phase of the wound healing process:
- When muscles are crushed beyond repair, tissue necrosis develops and causes the release of harmful products. This process is called:
- a Rhabdomyolysis
- b frequently assess breathing sounds for indications of a pneumothorax.
- c histamine causes vasodilation and increased blood flow to the injury
- d new blood vessels from the body attempts to bring oxygen and nutrients to the injured tissue.
- e a bed-ridden patient
5 Multiple choice questions
- leakage of fluids into the spaces between the cells.
- irrigate with sterile water and apply a sterile dressing.
- consist of nonliving cells that are continuously being shed.
- The seriousness of a laceration depends on its depth and the structures that have been damaged.
5 True/False questions
You have dressed and bandaged a location to the arm of a 16 year-old woman and are transporting her to the hospital. en route, the patient complains that her fingers are tingling. You touch her hand and note that it is cool. You should: → new blood vessels from the body attempts to bring oxygen and nutrients to the injured tissue.
A crushing or tearing amputation: → can result in excessive blood loss due to hemorrhage if the paramedic does not intervene rapidly.
Which of the following substance is produced in the dermis and keeps the skin SUPPLE so that it doesn't crack. → The seriousness of a laceration depends on its depth and the structures that have been damaged.
Which of the following conditions or factors would MOST likely delay or impair healing of a wound. → a bed-ridden patient
Primary treatment in the prehospital setting for an abrasion involves: → covering it LIGHTLY with a sterile dressing.