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1

What 2 things can heal most wounds?

- Time
- Money

2

In an animal with multiple wounds, what should be treated first?

Most urgent wound

3

What type of fluid should be given if an animal has a very low PCV?

Whole blood

4

What type of fluid can be given if an animal has a normal PCV?

LRS

5

What are 4 ways to visually assess intestinal viability?

- Color
- Spontaneous motility
- Thickness of the intestine
- Evaluating the mucosa

6

What are 6 ancillary methods for evaluating intestinal viability?

- Fluorescein dye
- Doppler
- Ultrasonography
- Thermography
- Histology
- Surface oximetry

7

If a section of non-viable intestine is hanging out of a wound, what procedure is performed?

Intestinal resection and end-to-end anastomosis

8

In general with large animals, what percentage of small intestine can be safely resected?

50%

9

Hydrotherapy on a wound can be performed with what tool?

Water pick

10

What is an example of a passive drain that can be used in wound healing?

Penrose drain

11

What forms with second intention wound healing?

Granulation tissue

12

What process takes place with second intention healing?

Epithelialization

13

What is the percentage of normal strength for a skin scar?
How long does it take to obtain this percentage?

- 80% of normal
- About 1 year

14

What are 3 aspects of skin healing?

- Epithelialization
- Fibroplasia
- Contraction

15

The bladder obtains 100% strength in what period of healing time?

14 days

16

When are the best results of intestinal tissue healing obtained?
Why?

- Apposition of like tissue is performed
- Less scar tissue formation

17

What its he maximum percentage of original strength achieved with intestinal healing?
How long does this usually take?

- 80%
- 14 days

18

Wounded intestines can often fail where?

In adjacent normal tissue.

19

What are 3 phases of bone healing?

- Inflammatory
- Reparative
- Remodeling

20

How long does the inflammatory phase of bone healing last?

2-3 weeks

21

How long does the reparative phase of bone healing last?

2-12 months

22

How long does the remodeling phase of bone healing last?

Years

23

The transfer of intact cells (cancellous graft) is known as what?

Osteogenesis

24

The forming of the scaffold where cortical graft is replaced by creeping substitution in a bone graft is known as what?

Osteoconduction

25

When the demineralized bone implant induces local transformation of mesenchymal cells, this is known as what?

Osteoinduction