Chapter 7: Wound and wound healing

Chapter 7: Wound and wound healing - Term Definition 3...

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Term: 3 phases Definition: inflammation, proliferative, remodeling Term: hypertrophic scar vs keloid Definition: both are overgrowth, one within border, one beyond border Term: how is wound considered infected? Definition: wound culture of >10K microbes/g Term: pink scar, able to go back to normal activities? Definition: no, pink scar = not remodel yet Term: condition to proceed to phase 2 &3? Definition: after epithelialization
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Term: _____plays big role in debridement? Definition: tissue matrix metalloproteinase Term: how does wound look in phase two? Definition: raised, red, hard Term: wound looks in phase three? dd from phase two? Definition: flatten, pale, supple, crosslinking against shear stress Term: acute wound? how to close? Definition: surgery, acute trauma primary intention Term: chronic wound due to? Definition: venous stasis, arterial atherosclerosis, immobilized, neuropathic
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Term: primary intention pros, cons? used in? how wound is healing? Definition: beautiful, infection, clean wound epithelialization Term: 2nd intention pros, cons? used in?
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