Preventing Pressure Sores - Initial Training Quiz

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1. There is no way to prevent a bed bound client from developing pressure sores.(Required)
1. There is no way to prevent a bed bound client from developing pressure sores.
2. An incontinent client is at high risk for developing a pressure sore.(Required)
2. An incontinent client is at high risk for developing a pressure sore.
3. Two of the most common places for pressure sores are the tailbone and the heels.(Required)
3. Two of the most common places for pressure sores are the tailbone and the heels.
4. Rubbing a reddened area is the best way to prevent further skin damage.(Required)
4. Rubbing a reddened area is the best way to prevent further skin damage.
5. It Takes more time to heal a pressure sore than it does to prevent one.(Required)
5. It Takes more time to heal a pressure sore than it does to prevent one.
6. You should encourage your clients to switch positions every:(Required)
6. You should encourage your clients to switch positions every:
7. A pressure sore would be considered Stage 3 if it has reached the:(Required)
7. A pressure sore would be considered Stage 3 if it has reached the:
8. The average healing time for most pressure sores is about three weeks.(Required)
8. The average healing time for most pressure sores is about three weeks.
9. Some kind of daily exercise increases circulation and helps prevent pressure sores.(Required)
9. Some kind of daily exercise increases circulation and helps prevent pressure sores.
10. Both very thin and very heavy clients are at risk for pressure sores.(Required)
10. Both very thin and very heavy clients are at risk for pressure sores.
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