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Crunch and Munch - 6/7/2010
Classify this wound

1. What color classification?
2. What characteristics determine the classification?
3. What is the phase of healing?


Moderators Response:
1. Mixed granulating wound
2. Glossy red and bleeds easily
3. During the proliferative phase of healing, granulating tissue is the bright red tissue formed from new capillary loops or "buds" which are red/deep pink and moist with a "bumpy" appearance
 
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6/26/2010
Anonymous
A red wound. Classified by color. Phase of healing is fibroplasia or proliferative b/c granulation is present as per form budding capillaries.
8/3/2010
Anonymous
red, proliferative, granulation second phase
8/11/2010
Holly
Beefy red granulation, not infected, clean margins. Healing by secondary intention
9/9/2010
Anonymous
epitheliazation ,,, healthy wound red state , epeth, buds
10/26/2010
Anonymous
Red, beefy red granulation tissue with undermining of wound edges,proliferative phase.
11/12/2011
Anonymous
red, it is bloody, fist phase..inflammation
 
     
   
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