Type
Crossword
Description

Stage 1 pressure ulcer is defined as Intact skin with _____________ redness of a localized area usually over a boney prominence NON-Blanchable
Specialty absorptive dressing Hydrofiber
Silvercel and Aquacel AG both contain_________________ Silver
Adaptic is a ____________ layer Contact
_________ Scale used to predict pressure ulcer risk Braden
Hydrofera Blue is a ____________ dressing Foam
Dressing for blister consist of skin protectant film and _______________ dressing Transparent
Full thickness tissue loss in which the base of the ulcer is covered by slough and/or eschar unstageable
Prevention consist of a ____________ schedule turning
____________ should be the goal of all healthcare providers Prevention

World Wide Pressure Ulcer Prevention Day Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Abrasion
Activity
Angiogenesis
Blanchable
Boggy
Braden
Callus
Collagen
Debridement
Deep Tissue Injury
Denuded
Emollient
Epidermis
Erythema
Eschar
Excoriation
Exudate
Friction
Full Thickness Skin Loss
Granulation
Incontinence
Intertrigo
Maceration
Mobility
Moisture
Necrosis
Nonblanchable
Nutrition
Offload
Periwound
Purulent
Reposition
Sensory Perception
Shear
Slough
Tunneling
Undermining
Unstageable

Skills Fair Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

absorbs drainage and used in tunnels aqua cel ag rope
moistens dry wounds wound gel
absorbs drainage non tunneled wounds melgisorb ag
used to close flaps on skin tears steri strips
dressing which protects fragile skin bordered foam
non adherent foam which decreases infection risk mepilex ag
decreases ph in wound and autolytically debrides wounds medi honey
used in ostomy care to fill divits eakin ring
skin exposed around stoma when fitting pouch one eighth inch
pouch used on new urostomy post op pouch
pouch used on existing ileal conduit urostomy pouch
pouch used oncolostomy/ileostomy drainable pouch
fluid filled blister over boney prominence stage 2
palpable bone in ulcer caused by pressure stage 4
red skin that blanches over a pressure point normal skin
black leathery tissue over wound eschar
purple non blanchable skin dti
ulcer that extends into the subcutaneous tissue stage three
base of ulcer caused by pressure is obscurred by slough or eschar unstagable
wound on leg present in edematous legs venous
ulcer on sole of foot usually in diabetic patients neuropathic ulcer
scale used to determine risk of developing pressure ulcer Braden

Pressure Ulcers Wound Assessment Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Moist tissue that is pink/red, beefy appearing with lumpy/bumpy appearance Granulation
Thick necrotic tissue(dry/moist) that covers the surface of the wound Eschar
Necrotic tissue within wound that can be loose/stringy/adherence; grey/yellow/black Slough
Wound drainage Exudate
Linear scratches on skin Excoriation
Softening of tissue due to excessive exudate or moisture Maceration
a sinus tract or pathway extending from the wound surface in a single direction Tunneling
Tissue destruction underlying intact skin along wound edges; extends in several directions Undermining
Firm, hard tissue Induration
Pertaining to or consisting of pus Purulent

Pressure Ulcers Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

fat
Blister
Tunneling
Undermining
bone
hypodermis
Epidermis
Dermis
Eschar
blanching
Bony Prominences
Pressure ulcers
two hours
Unstageable
Stage Four
Stage Three
Stage Two
Stage One

Skin Integrity and Wound Care Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Stage I
Stage II
Stage III
Stage IV
Unstageable
Suspected DTI
Approximated
Braden Scale
Pre-albumin
Albumin
Primary Intention
Secondary Intention
Debridement
Granulation
Dehiscence
Evisceration
Alkaline
Acidic
Epithelialization
Shearing
Eschar
Collagen
Slough
Dermal-epidermal junction

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Wound Staging, Complications & Healing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How many wound stages are there according to the NPUAP system? Four
What would excess fluid under a dressing cause? Maceration
When the extent of tissue damage within the ulcer can't be confirmed, pressure-induced skin damage is considered _____? unstageable
Which stage? Intact skin, localised area of non-blanchable erythema stageone
Stage 2: partial-thickness loss of skin, ____________, wound bed viable, pink or red, moist. exposeddermis
New connective tissue and microscopic blood vessels that form on the surfaces of a wound during the healing process granulation
A dry, dark scab or falling away of dead skin Eschar
Rolled, or curled-under closed wound edges that may be dry, callused or hyperkeratotic Epibole
Depth of pressure ulcers at this stage can vary based on ____________. anatomicallocation
Desiccated wounds lack wound fluids, which provide tissue growth factors to facilitate ______. Re-epitheliasation
When the wound is palpated, there is a wave like feeling. Fluctuance
________ facilitate healing, absorbing exudate and protecting healing surfaces as well as working to protect the wound from contamination. Dressings

Pressure Ulcers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Partial Loss of dermis indicated by a shallow open ulcer Stage 2
Non-Blanchable reddness of intact skin Stage 1
Full thickness skin loss Stage 3
Full thickness skin and tissue loss Stage 4
Persistent non-blanchable deep red, maroon or purple discoloration Deep tissue injury
Obscured full thickness skin and tissue loss. (unable to visualize the base of the wound.) Unstageable
Often found in the peri area and buttocks. IAD
Wounds that are located on the lower legs or feet, pale in color, well defined boarders. Arterial
Wounds that cause aching pain in the lower leg, irregular boarders, very shallow and often will weep fluid. Venous
Traumatic injuries caused by small mounts of pressure over a long period of time or by sliding over a surface. Friction
Traumatic skin injury caused by opening of the skin from various external sources Skin tear

Wound management Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

When the periwound is too wet, this is known as _________? maceration
A pressure injury where bone is visible is a stage ______. four
Purulent, foul smelling drainage is an indication of _______________. infection
Hard, firm, dead tissue on a wound bed is called _______. necrotic
When we use products like therahoney, silvasorb, hydrogels we are __________________ the wound. debriding
The difference between a stage 2 pressure injury and MASD is a stage 2 is localized and MASD is _____________________. diffuse
Soft, adherent, white tissue on top of a wound is called ________________. slough
What lab level is of "high priority" for wound healing? protein
What type of product is maxorb extra? alginate
What are alginates made from? seaweed
When working toward healing a wound, the wound should be as moist as what body part? eyeball
What does PURS stand for? pressure ulcer risk score
When managing wounds, it is important to take a ____________________ approach. Interprofessional
ROHO cushions, repositioning, moisture balance are all forms of ______________. prevention
The LTCHA indicates wounds are to be assessed every _______ days. seven
If a wound is unstageable, the depth will always be noted as __________________. Unknown
A wound is considered healed when the skin is completely ________________. Intact
A bruise is considered what type of wound? trauma
What is the term used to describe when we "pull edges of a wound together"? Approximate
Non blanchable erythema on a pressure area is what stage of wound? one

Pressure Ulcer Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

_____________ and repositioning residents is important. TURNING
Keeping a residents skin clean and _______ helps prevent pressure ulcers. DRY
______ must be evaluated and updated often when a resident has a pressure ulcer. CAREPLANS
It is important to protect the skin from______. MOISTURE
Preventing weight ____ is important. LOSS
The elderly may be at a greater risk due to the changes in the skin related to AGING
_____ puts a resident at risk. INCONTINENCE
Pressure ulcers can be very painful for a ______. RESIDENT
A pressure ______ is any lesion caused by a constant pressure that harms the tissue underneath the skin. ULCER
A resident being unable to _____ themselves puts him/her at risk. REPOSITION
If a resident has had a pressure ulcer before, he/she is more at ______ for getting another one. RISK
Skin _____ should be done every time the resident gets a shower. CHECKS
_____ is the force that occurs when the skin sticks to a surface and the body slides. SHEAR
Encouraging a resident to eat/drink at _______ can help prevent weight loss. MEALTIMES
Getting enough ______ and protein is very important. FLUIDS
Food _____ records are important for the dietitian/nurses to know when a resident is not eating. INTAKE
As a care_____, you must report to the nurse when residents have a change in their skin. GIVER
Pressure _____ are those areas where bones cause force on the skin and squeezes them against an outside force. POINTS

Tissue Integrity Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Outer most part of the skin Epidermis
Fibrous, water-repellent protein Keratin
Second, deeper layer of skin Dermis
Loose connective tissue, stores fat cells Subcutaneous tissue
Confined to the dermis and epidermis Partial thickness
Involves the dermis, epidermis, subcutaneous tissue, possibly muscle and bone Full thickness
Itching of the skin Pruritus
Hard crust covering an open wound, dried plams proteins and dead cells Eschar
Fluid drainage from a wound Exudate
Used to determine allergies Patch test
human skin that has been harvested from cadavers Allograft
Skin obtained from an animal, usually a pig Xenograft
Assessment tool for predicting pressure sore risk Braden Scale
Clear or straw colored fluid Serous
Large amounts of red blood cells, drainage Sanguineous