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What is ILD?
Indentation Load Deflection
What is the Indentation Load Deflection?
Tells how well it can deflect or redistribute the pressure.
Duoder, Tegasorb, and Restore are examples of what type of dressing?
Hydrocolloid
Vigilon, Biolex, and Carasol Gel are examples of what type of dressing?
Hydrogel
OpSite, Tegaderm, Bioclusive are examples of what type of dressing?
Transparent Films
Allevyn, Mepilex are examples of what type of dressing?
Foams
Calcicare, AlgiSite M, Sorbsan are examples of what type of dressing?
Alginates
Aquacel is an example of what type of dressing?
Hydrofiber
Alldress, Telfa Island Dressing are examples of what type of dressing?
Composites
Mepitel, N-Terface, Tegapore, Adaptic are examples of what type of dressing?
Contact Layers
FlexiGel Strands Absorbent wound dressing is an example of what type of dressing?
Wound Filler
Acticoat, SilvaSorb are examples of what type of dressing?
Antimicrobial
Fibracol Plus collagen Wound dressing with Alginate is an example of what type of dressing?
Collagen Dressing
Telfa, Coverlet Surgical Dressing are examples of what type of dressing?
Gauze
Accuzyme and Panafil are examples of what type of dressing?
Enzymatic Debriders
Name the phases of wound healing
1. Defensive/Inflammatory
2. Proliferative/Fibroblastic
3. Maturation/Remodeling
Name the types of wound closure
1. Primary
2. Secondary
3. Tertiary
What is the most common breakdown site for ulcers on the body?
The sacrum (Sacrum, Heels, Ischial Tuberosity)
What is the normal range for albumin?
3.5 to 5
What is the half life of albumin?
21 days
What is intermittent cluadication?
Result of lactic acid prduced in the muscle.
Seen in arterial insufficiency
Name an air fluidized device
Clinitron bed
What areas are assessed when performing the Braden Scale?
1. Sensory Perception
2. Moisture
3. Activity
4. Mobility
5. Nutrition
6. Friction and Shear
What is the Capillary Closing Pressure (CCP)?
Threshold of 32mm HG
Pressure needed to occlude the capillary blood flow and cause ischemia and necrosis
Name the 3 types of skin tears and describe each
1. Category 1- without tissue loss
2. Category 2- partial tissue loss
3. Category 3- complete tissue loss
Name the layers of the skin
epidermis
dermis
Name the layers of the epidermis
stratum corneum (horny layer)
stratum lucidium
stratum granulosum (granular layer)
stratum spinosum (prickly layer)
stratum germinitivum (basal layer)
Name the layers of the BMZ (basement membrane zone)AKA epidermal-dermal junction
lamina densa
lamina lucida
Contains collagen and elastin
What is the dermis?
Name the layers of the dermis
papillary dermis (contains elastic fibers, contains the loops to feed the dermis)
reticular dermis (provides strength and elasticity)