■Wound Care Exam 資格試験練習問題20問 #132

答えは5問ずつまとめます。

1. Patient has S/S: Erythematous macular-papular rash, non-folicular pustules, satellite lesions, maceration, burning, itching. You suspect this condition is _______.

2. Surgical Wound: “Healing ridge” may be replaced in day __, in _____ (what phase).

3. Surgical Wound: Most dehiscence occur in day _____.

4. Lab: normal range of albumin: _________

5. Lab: normal range of pre-albumin: _______

1. Candidiasis

2. “Healing ridge” -> day 5-9 in proliferative phase

3. “Dehiscence ” occur in 5 -8 days.

4. Albumin: 3.2 – 5.0 mg/dl

5. Pre-Albumin: 16-42 mg/dl

6. Explain the shape of “nummular“. How does it look like.

7. Explain the shape of “serpiginous“. How does it look like. 

8. Explain “lichenification

9. Explain “telangiectasia

10. Explain “purpura

6. “nummular” = Coin shape (due to friction, burn, abrasion, or insect bite)

7. “serpiginous” = irregular line

8. “Lichenification” = rough, thicken epidermis due to chronic rubbing, itching; ex. chronic dermatitis.

9. “Telangiectasia” = fine, irregular red lines produced by capillary; ex. Rosacea around nose

10. “Purpura” = macules & papules. Large ones are ecchymosis

11. Explain “comedone

12. LEAP (Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention) Program: 5 Steps ____, ____, ____, ____, ____. 

13. 5 intrinsic risk factors of “Refractory Wound” 

14. HBOT is not for ______ (type of wound) because this is not due to perfusion problem.

15. Collagen synthesis occur in ______ phase.

11. “Comedone” = plug of keratin or sebum wedged in dilated pilosebaceous orifice.

12. 1. Sensory exam, 2. Patient education, 3. Daily self-examination, 4. Footwear selection, 5. management simple foot problems

13. 1. age, 2. chronic disease, 3. poor perfusion/oxygenation, 4. immunosuppression, 5. neurologically impaired skin

14. Venous ulcer

15. proliferation phase

16. How does pain affect blood vessels and wound healing? vaso-_______ -> ______

17. How cold temperature affect blood vessels and wound healing? vaso-___ -> ____

18. LEND: Follow-up exam frequency: if patient has DM2: every ____

19. LEND: Follow-up exam frequency: if patient has foot deformities: every ____

20. LEND: Follow-up exam frequency: if patient has LOPS (loss of protective sensation) or no pulse: every ____

  • LEND: Lower-Extremity Neuropathic Disease

16. Pain -> vasoconstriction -> lower tissue perfusion

17. Cold temp. -> vasoconstriction -> lower blood flow

18. Every year for pt with DM2

19. Every 6 months for pt with foot deformity

20. Every 3-4 months for pt with LOPS or no pulse

■Wound Care Exam 資格試験練習問題20問 #126

■Wound Care Exam 資格試験練習問題20問 #129

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