Wound Care Essentials, 3rd edition
Course Provider: Anderson Continuing Education
- Identify the frequency of pain assessment for patients with chronic wounds.
- List characteristics of the proliferation phase of wound healing.
- Identify the function of matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) in wound healing.
- State the most significant factor in delayed healing of chronic wounds.
- Describe effective treatment of wound biofilms.
- Specify the most common method of wound measurement in most clinical settings.
- Differentiate between a normally healing tissue bed and one that is not healing normally.
- Select the complication that may occur when a wound can be probed to the bone.
- Identify systems that must be functioning adequately in order for a systemic antibiotic to effectively reduce the bacterial burden.
- List the consequences of failure to remove necrotic tissue.