5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- 1. external pressure compresses blood vessels 2. friction and shearing forces injure vessels and abrade top skin layer
- deficiency of blood to tissue. caused usually by external pressure
- Full thickness loss, sub Q exposure, but not bone, tendon or muscle.
- immobility, nutrition, hydration, surface moisture, mental status, age.
4 True/False questions
Stage 2 → A defined area of intact skin with nonblanchable redness of a localized area usually over a bony prominence.
Stage 5 → Unstageable: can't see bed because of slough, eschar, or other.
necrosis → death of tissue
Eschar → when one layer of tissue slides over another