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Ch 19 FUNDS Hygiene

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The integumentary system contains what ? skin hair nails and sweat/sebaceous glands
the ____consists of the stratified squamous epithelial tissue epidermis
the epidermis is also called the ______ ________ stratum corneum
the bottom layer of the epidermis contains melanocytes that secrete melanin
the inner thinner layer is made of dense connective tissue that gives skin strength and elasticity dermis
the dermis is also called the _____ corium
____glands secrete an oily substance called sebum sebaceous
waxy sweat gland secretion is known as ______ cerumen
______ occurs from frequently wet skin that softens the tissue maceration
_____is another name for perspiration diaphoresis
what stage is an area of intact skin that is red 1
what stage is an area of skin that has a partial thickness skin loss with exposed dermis 2
what stage is an area of skin that has full thickness skin loss with extensive tissue necrosis or damage 3
what stage is an area of skin that has full thickness skin loss with tissue necrosis 4
what stage is an area of skin covered by eschar unstageable
Created by: Kelly Quijano