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* 1. Area of practice (Select most relevant)

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* 2. What type of wounds do you most commonly use gelling fibers on: (Tick all that are applicable)

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* 3. Do you use gelling fibers to manage: (Tick all that are applicable)

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* 4. What do you perceive as the main clinical benefits of using a gelling fiber? (Tick all that are applicable)

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* 5. What gelling fiber key features are important for optimal wound healing? (Tick all that are applicable)

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* 6. For optimal healing, a dressing that conforms to the wound bed and manages the gap (dead space) to reduce exudate pooling is:

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* 7. Conforming to the wound bed and managing the gap (dead space) to reduce exudate pooling is required to: (Tick all that are applicable)

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* 8. Shrinkage of a gelling fiber dressing in a wound is problematic:

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* 9. For the safety of the patient and ease of use, one-piece removal of a gelling fiber dressing from the wound bed is:

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* 10. To guarantee optimal wound healing, not leaving residue in the wound bed is:

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* 11. Which gelling fiber do you most commonly use?

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* 12. Which type of secondary dressing would you typically use in conjunction with a wound filler?

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