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Category: Surgery--->The Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue
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Question 1#Print Question

Following caustic injury to the skin with an alkaline agent the effected area should initially be:

A. Treated with running water or saline for 30 minutes
B. Treated with running water or saline for 2 hours
C. Treated with a neutralizing agent
D. Treated with topical emollients and oral analgesics


Question 2#Print Question

The treatment of a hydrofluoric acid skin burn is:

A. Application of calcium carbonate gel
B. Irrigation with sodium bicarbonate
C. Injection of sodium bicarbonate
D. Local wound care only


Question 3#Print Question

The area most amenable to salvage by resuscitative and wound management techniques following thermal injury is called the:

A. Zone of hyperemia
B. Zone of coagulation
C. Zone of stasis
D. Zone of scalding


Question 4#Print Question

Tissue ischemia resulting in wounds that are characterized as a partial-thickness injury with a blister is considered:

A. Stage 1
B. Stage 2
C. Stage 3
D. Stage 4


Question 5#Print Question

The presence of sulfur granules in a draining wound should lead to the use of which of the following antibiotics?

A. Rifampin
B. Gentamicin
C. Penicillin
D. Amphotericin




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