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VTHT 1301 AVMA Task7

How soon after injury is wound healing initiated? immediately
Which is true concerning the inflammatory phase of wound healing? Characterized by formation of a blood clot within the wound, release of growth factors, and recruitment of macrophages and neutrophils to clean up the wound and modulate healing
When discharging a patient wearing a cast, client education is essential but may not include which of the following? Giving diet restrictions
Which is true concerning the modified Robert Jones bandage? is the most commonly applied distal limb bandage in small animal medicine
If the skin surrounding a wound is very tight and under tension: wound contraction will be limited.
Which of the following is a non–weight-bearing sling applied to the pelvic limb to protect the hip joint? Ehmer sling
Upon injury, a significant increase in wound strength begins to occur: withing 3 to 5 days
Granulation tissue is made up of new capillaries, _____, and ______. fibroblasts; endothelial cells
Allowing a wound to heal completely without surgical closure is known as _____ healing. second intention
Abrasions should be treated by: no surgical intervention; healing should be allowed to occur by reepithelialization.
When applying casting materials around the limb, overlap successive layers by: 1/3 to 1/2
Created by: kcrabtree507



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