Step 3: Pre-Course Quiz

Step 3: Pre-Course Quiz

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Plasma PreCourse Homework

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Which of the following is not a component of the dermis?

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Which one of the following cells makes collagen?

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Which of the following layers of cells is the oldest?

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What is the role of the insoluble protein, fibrin, in blood clotting/hamostasis?

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Which one of the following is not made by fibroblasts?

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In which layer of the skin would you find melanocytes?

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Which layer of the epidermis consists of cells containing keratin?

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The ultimate aim of plasma therapy is to...…

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Which of the following is performed by white blood cells to engulf bacteria?

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Following plasma therapy, the best indicator of a good outcome is a strong inflammatory response. True or False?

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What is the role of melanin in the epidermis?

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Long term exposure of collagen to high levels of glucose causes it to become disorganized with more cross-links. Which term refers to skin affected in this way?

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Approximately how long should it take for the carbon crusts to shed following plasma therapy?

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What skin tones cannot be treated?

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(Fill in the blank)  ..If needed, a second treatment should be done ___ weeks after the initial treatment to allow for the maturation of the collagen fibers.

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On average, the patient will experience swelling after the treatment for how long?

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Which of the following are contraindications?

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Approximately how much of the dermal layer is made up of collagen?

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How long should the patient wait before applying makeup/cream/mascara to the treated area?

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What type of collagen is produced form the fibroblasts?

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What is the strongest type of collagen?

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How long does it take for Type III Collagen to turn into Type I Collagen?

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(True or False) Icing should be done intermittently to help alleviate the discomfort of swelling

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