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when applying a splint a bandage should cover the limb well above and well below the ends of the splint in order to prevent_____________ pressure sores
A major disadvantage of wet-to-wet adherent dressings is that they do not provide_____________________due to decreased adhesion to necrotic tissue. significant debridement
a _____________________ primary layer promotes moisture retension and epithelialization with minimal disruption of the granulating bed. non-adherent
a________________layer should always be occlusive in order to allow air transfer and prevent trapping of excessive moisture. primary
true or false. it is appropriate to use duct tape to repair a bandage. false
true or false. the spoon splint is placed on the lateral aspect of the limb. false
the _________ layer of a bandage consists of telfa pad or 4x4 gauze. primary
If a __________is properly placed, it will extend way beyond the fracture site, immobilizing the joint above and the joint below the fracture. splint
true or false. if a bandage gets dirty, it is acceptable for an owner to replace it at home. false
true or false. Bandages promote wound dessication. false
true or false. an adherent primary layer promotes debridement in the repair phase. false
one purpose of the ___________ in a bandage is to transmit exudate to the second layer. primary layer
which type of saw is used to remove casts? stryker saw
an outpatient wearing a cast should be checked at least once a week
the best way to manage a fractured leg overnight is to apply a robert jones bandage
why are the two middle toes left exposed in most limb bandages assessment of color, warmth, and swelling
a fracture of the ___________ can NOT be effectively immobilized with a splint. humerus
wet-to-dry bandages are best for what type of wounds contaminated wounds that need to be debrided
fiberglass cast material has what advantages fast setting time, good ventilation, extreme rigidity, and lightweight
bandaging promotes wound healing by protecting the wound from additional trauma and contamination
bandage applied when reducing a hip luxation ehmer sling
bandage used to treat a shoulder luxation carpal-flexion sling
bandage used to prevent excessive hind leg abduction hobbles
most common tertiary layer used in veterinary medicine vetrap
example of occlusive tape electrical tape
condition requiring hobbles being placed for treatment pelvic fracture
primary difference between a Robert Jones Bandage and a Modified Robert Jones bandage modified robert jones has less padding in secondary layer than the robert jones
odorous discharge on the tertiary layer of bandage might be strike-through
bandage placed on a patient who has had a laceration repair on his/her foreleg modified robert jones
reasons for bandages support, compression, protection
ehmer sling is an example of immobilizing bandage
ehmer sling is an example of immobilizing bandage
bandage layer that that holds the bandage in place tertiary
bandage layer that protects/debrides the wound primary
always work _____________to _____________ distal to proximal
robert jones id not appropriate for stabilizing fractures of the _______________ and ______________ femur and humerus
plastic bags can be placed before the animal goes outside and should be removed _____________after they come back inside immediately
spoon splints should only be placed on the ____________aspect of a limb caudal
splints are available for what type(s) of placement caudal and lateral placement
non weight bearing forelimb sling carpal flexion
new epithelium is usually very thick and strong. true or false false
odorous discharge on the tertiary layer of bandage might be strike-through
bandage placed on a patient who has had a laceration repair on his/her foreleg modified robert jones
odorous discharge on the tertiary layer of bandage might be strike-through
bandage placed on a patient who has had a laceration repair on his/her foreleg modified robert jones
reasons for bandages support, compression, protection
bandage layer that protects/debrides the wound primary
ehmer sling is an example of immobilizing bandage
bandage layer that that holds the bandage in place tertiary
bandage layer that protects/debrides the wound primary
always work _____________to _____________ distal to proximal
always work _____________to _____________ distal to proximal
robert jones id not appropriate for stabilizing fractures of the _______________ and ______________ femur and humerus
epithelialization is found during which wound healing process repair
plastic bags can be placed before the animal goes outside and should be removed _____________after they come back inside immediately
spoon splints should only be placed on the ____________aspect of a limb caudal
decubital ulcers form over bony prominences
splints are available for what type(s) of placement caudal and lateral placement
formation of new epithelium on the wound surface generally occurs after__________ in a sutured wound and ___________ in a nonsutured wound., 24 to 48 hours; 3 to 5 days
plastic bags can be placed before the animal goes outside and should be removed _____________after they come back inside immediately
spoon splints should only be placed on the ____________aspect of a limb caudal
non weight bearing forelimb sling carpal flexion
epithelialization is found during which wound healing process repair
new epithelium is usually very thick and strong. true or false false
fourth degree burn wounds must be debrided and managed as_________wounds open
degloving injuries require intensive management over a short period of time. true or false false
metabolic requirement of animals with severe burns may increase up to ________ 200%
true or false. skin surrounding a wound is very tight and under tension, wound contraction will be limited true
following the maturation phase of wound healing , damaged tissue will ____________ regain normal tissue strength NOT
decubital ulcers form over bony prominences
if a wound becomes infected the repair phase will stop
formation of new epithelium on the wound surface generally occurs after__________ in a sutured wound and ___________ in a nonsutured wound., 24 to 48 hours; 3 to 5 days
how soon after injury is wound healing initiated immediately
epithelialization is found during which wound healing process repair
following the maturation phase of wound healing , damaged tissue will ____________ regain normal tissue strength NOT
decubital ulcers form over bony prominences
if a wound becomes infected the repair phase will stop
formation of new epithelium on the wound surface generally occurs after__________ in a sutured wound and ___________ in a nonsutured wound., 24 to 48 hours; 3 to 5 days
how soon after injury is wound healing initiated immediately
epithelialization is found during which wound healing process repair
proud flesh excessive granulation tissue that can form on the limbs of horses during wound healing
types of debridement en bloc, layered, enzymatic
removal of all foreign material, necrotic tissue and bacteria from a wound debridement
soaps and detergent can be used regarding wound lavage
hypertonic substance used in wound care medicine honey
___________injury involves skin, ligaments, muscle and tendons being torn from the bone degloving
space remaining in tissues as a result of failure of proper closure that allows accumulation of blood or serum dead space
golden period wound treated within 6-8 hours
blistering at site of burn is a second degree burn
in ___________________the wound is sutured closed within hours after injury first intention healing
wound that involves being torn away from the body avulsion
_______________are wounds with sharply incised edges and minimal tissue trauma(deep or superficial) Lacerations
wounds that involve disturbance in epidermis only abrasion
with _____________ the patients wound will be made larger in order to obtain primary closure En Bloc debridement
suturing two clean sides of a wound together appositional healing
maturation may take several ___________ years
irrigation, flushing of a wound lavage
anything that disrupts the normal integrity of the skin wound
allowing a wound to heal completely without surgical closure second-intension healing
wound healing is a _______________process with more than one______________occurring at a time dynamic; phase
Created by: Marie11892