5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Hemovacs and Jackson-Pratt
- Nerve Stimulator
- Nerve Retractor
- Skin Graft Mesher
- Adult's Rule of Nines
- a Drain, closed wound.
- b Method of dividing an adult body into sections equivalent to multiples of 9%, which assists is assessing burn damage.
- c Used to identify nerves, especially in craniofacial and hand reconstruction precedures.
- d Used to retract vessels.
- e Used to expand skin graft.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Full-thickness damage to epidermis and dermis extending into subcutaneous tissue has a dry, pearly-white or charred appearance. Eschar forms over the dry, destroyed skin, and there is no sensation. This type requires skin grafts.
- Tatoo removal, Port Wine stain removal, Resurfacing of facial scarring and aging.
- May metastasize to distant organs.
- Method used for assessment, based on burn location and age.
A - 1/2 head
B - 1/2 of one thigh
C - 1/2 of one leg
- Tissue from donor of the same species, primarily human cadaver skin preserved in skin banks.
5 True/False Questions
Skin Hooks → Used to retract dermis and provide exposure to underlying structures; may have single or double prongs.
Second Degree Burn → Involves epidermis and part of the dermis, has a moist, pink surface with blisters and is slower to heal. Loss of body fluids and an increased risk of infection are complications.
Melanoma → Tatoo removal, Port Wine stain removal, Resurfacing of facial scarring and aging.
Woods Lamp → Produces UV rays; assists in determining skin graft or flap viability.
Adult Rule of 9's → Method of dividing an adult body into sections equivalent to multiples of 9%, which assists is assessing burn damage.