5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which of the following substance is produced in the dermis and keeps the skin SUPPLE so that it doesn't crack.
- Which of the following bandages is associated with the HIGHEST risk of blood flow compromise?
- Your MAIN concern when caring for a patient with soft-tissue injury to the face should be:
- In general, most open wounds should be sutured or otherwise closed no longer than ____ hours following the injury.
- When caring for an amputate body part:
- a airway compromise
- b elastic bandages
- c early notification of the hospital is important
- d SEBUM
- e 6 to 8 hours.
5 Multiple choice questions
- carefully assess the skull for an underlying fracture.
- new blood vessels from the body attempts to bring oxygen and nutrients to the injured tissue.
- also called the superficial fascia and consist mainly of adipose tissue.
- histamine causes vasodilation and increased blood flow to the injury
5 True/False questions
Which of the following interventions encourages drainage from the site of a closed wound and reduces swelling? → The seriousness of a laceration depends on its depth and the structures that have been damaged.
A 22 year-old man was struck in the forehead by a softball. He is conscious and alert, but complains of a severe headache. Your assessment reveals a large hematoma to his forehead. His vital signs are stable and his breathing is adequate. You should → apply an ice-pack to the hematoma and monitor his level of consciousness.
Systemic signs of infection secondary to a tissue injury include: → fever and chills
Necrosis of tissue caused by an anaerobic, toxin-producing bacterium is called: → gangrene
Which of the following patients is at HIGHEST risk for a pressure injury? → a bed-ridden patient