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Hydrogel dressings are used to provide moisture to a dry wound and should not be used for any wound with copious drainage.CorrectIncorrect
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Hydrocolloid dressings are composed of open-cell polyurethane sheets of differing sizes and thicknesses that are moderately absorbent and create a moist, non-adherent environment over the wound bed, while wicking away excess fluid to prevent maceration of surrounding tissue.CorrectIncorrect
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Alginates and hydrofiber dressings are used to absorb moderate to copious amounts of drainage, and need an additional cover dressing in case there is additional drainage that “leaks through”.CorrectIncorrect
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Transparent film dressings, like Tegaderm® are appropriate for wounds that are undergoing re-epithelialization and for grades I and II pressure ulcers.CorrectIncorrect