Embalming

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Embalming
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  1. Anasarca
    Generalized edema
  2. Ascites
    Edema in abdominal cavity
  3. Hydrocephalus
    Edema of brain
  4. Hydrocele
    Edema of scrotum
  5. Hydrothorax
    Edema in pleural cavity
  6. Lipolysis
    Decomp. of fats
  7. Fermentation
    Decomp. of carbohydrates
  8. Dehydration
    Drying of body tissues
  9. Promaines
    By-products of decomp.
  10. Postmortem Caloricity
    Rise in body temp. after death
  11. Rigor mortis
    Stiffening of muscles
  12. Imbibition
    Absorption of liquids
  13. Algo mortis
    Cooling of body to that of environment
  14. Hypostasis
    Settling of blood to dependent parts of body
  15. Intrinsic Factors
    • Age
    • Cause and manner of death
    • Corpulence
  16. Extrinsic Factors
    • Environmental temp.
    • Access of air
    • Moisture (Atmospheric)
    • Pressure due to earth or clothing
  17. Acid pH
    below 7
  18. Basic pH
    Above 7.0
  19. Inexpert test for death
    • Heat Test
    • Ammonia Injection Test
  20. Expert test for death
    • Stethoscope
    • Ophthalmoscope
  21. Index
    Measure of HCHO content
  22. Collodion
    Resinous sealer
  23. Humectant
    Moisture retainer
  24. Dry Sealer
    Seals incisions internally
  25. Solvent
    Vehicle
  26. Livor mortis
    Reddish-blue discoloration
  27. Carbon monoxide poisoning
    Cherry red discoloration
  28. Addison's Disease
    Bronze discoloration
  29. Icterus
    Yellow discoloration
  30. Mold
    Surface discoloration
  31. Ecchymosis
    Extravasation under skin
  32. Hematoma
    Blood filled swelling
  33. Petechia
    Pinpoint bleeding
  34. Jaundice
    Pathological discoloration
  35. Formaldehyde Gray
    Discoloration due to chemical conversion
  36. Buffer
    Controls acid-base balance
  37. Surfactant
    Wetting agent
  38. Humectant
    Offsets effect of dehydration
  39. Deodorant
    Masks odor of formaldehyde
  40. Vehicle
    Dissolves ingredients of embalming fluid
  41. Hardening of arteries
    Arteriosclerosis
  42. Condition in veins
    Varices
  43. Endocarditis
    Heart disease
  44. Respiratory disease
    Tuberculosis
  45. Condition involving escape of blood
    Hemorrhage
  46. Hypostatic capillary congestion
    Antemortem intravascular blood discoloration
  47. Icerus
    Antemortem pathological discoloration
  48. Cadaveric lividity
    Postmortem intravascular blood discoloration
  49. Petechia
    Antemortem extravascular blood discoloration
  50. Postmortem stain
    Postmortem extravascular blood discoloration
  51. Sectional
    Embalming of body part
  52. Gauze
    Ligate sclerotic vessels with
  53. Febrile
    Diseases involving fever
  54. Postmortem
    Classification of discolorations according to occurrence
  55. Arteriosclerosis
    High injection pressure will likely rupture damaged vessels in cases of
  56. Pressure machine
    For injection
  57. Hydroaspirator
    Creates vacuum
  58. Gravity percolator
    One-half pound pressure for each foot of elevation above body
  59. Hand pump
    Injection and aspiration
  60. Electric spatula
    For reducing swollen tissue
  61. Needle injector
    Method of mouth closure
  62. Aneurysm needle
    For blunt dissection
  63. Separator
    For supporting vessels above incision
  64. Hemostat
    For clamping vessels
  65. Stopcock
    Used to cut off fluid supply
  66. Arterial tube
    Cannulae
  67. Scalpel
    For making incisions
  68. Vein tube
    For draining blood
  69. Nasal tube aspirator
    For aspirating nose and throat
  70. Trocar
    For aspiration and injection of body cavities
  71. Trocar buttons
    To close trocar puncture
  72. Eye caps
    To retain contour of eyelid
  73. Mouth formers
    For use when dentures are missing
  74. Injector needles
    Used in mouth closure
  75. Sealer
    To cover closed incision
  76. Lanolin Cream
    Helps prevent dehydration
  77. Musculature suture
    Method of mouth closure
  78. Wet cotton strips
    Helps keep lips closed
  79. Prognathism
    Realign teeth
  80. Sunken eyes
    Hypodermic tissue builder
  81. Common Carotid Artery
    Along medial border of sternocleidomastoid muscle
  82. Femoral Artery
    Through center of femoral triangle
  83. External Iliac Artery
    Medial border of psoas major muscle
  84. Axillary Artery
    Behind medial border of coracobrachialis muscle
  85. Radial Artery
    Lateral to tendon of flexor carpi radialis muscle
  86. Brachial Artery
    Posterior to medial border of belly of biceps brachii muscle
  87. Anterior Tibial Artery
    From lateral border of patella to anterior surface of ankle joint
  88. Unlar Artery
    Lateral to tendon of flexor carpi ulnaris muscle
  89. Posterior Tibial Artery
    Midway between medial malleolus and calcaneus tendon
  90. Popliteal Artery
    Through center of popliteal space parallel to long axis of lower extremity
  91. Common Carotid Artery
    From sternoclavicular articulation to anterior surface of lobe of ear
  92. Femoral Artery
    From center of inguinal ligament to center point of medial condyle of femur
  93. Axillary Artery
    Through center of base of axillary space parallel to long axis of upper extremity when abducted
  94. Brachial Artery
    From center of base of axillary space to center of forearm just below bend of elbow
  95. Radial Artery
    From center of antecubital fossa to center of base of index finger
  96. Right Common Carotid Artery
    Originates from the brachiocephalic artery
  97. Axillary Artery
    Originates from subclavian artery
  98. Femoral Artery
    Originates from external iliac artery
  99. Left Common Carotid Artery
    Originates from arch of aorta
  100. Brachial Artery
    Originates from axillary artery
  101. Right Common Carotid Artery
    Terminates at upper border of thyroid cartilage
  102. Axillary Artery
    Terminates at lower border of tendon of teres major muscle
  103. Femoral Artery
    Terminates at opening in adductor magnus muscle
  104. Brachial Artery
    Terminates just below antecubital fossa
  105. Subclavian Artery
    Terminates at lateral border of first rib
  106. Gravity
    Percolator
  107. Hand Pump
    May be used for aspiration
  108. Bulb Syringe
    Rubber bulb
  109. Air Pressure
    Compresses gas CO2 or air
  110. Mororized Force Pump
    May have pulsator
  111. Primary dilution
    Dilution of embalming fluid created by embalmer
  112. Secondary dilution
    Dilution of already diluted fluids by fluids in body
  113. Fluid Distribution
    Movement of embalming fluid from point of injection throughout blood vascular system
  114. Fluid Diffusion
    Passage of embalming chemicals from capillaries into intercellular spaces
  115. Pressure filtration
    Passage of embalming chemicals through capillary walls because of positive intravascular pressure
  116. Osmosis
    Passage of solvent through semipermeable membrane from dilute to concentrated solution
  117. Isotonic
    Two solutions of equal concentration
  118. Hypertonic
    Solution of greater concentration which is attracted to weaker concentration through semipermeable membrane
  119. Hypotonic
    Solution of weaker concentration which is attracted through membrane by stronger concentration
  120. Dialysis
    Separation of differing substances in solution because of their diffusibility through semipermeable membrane
  121. Draw Stitch
    Suture made same as single intradermal suture except that stitch penetrates through skin
  122. Worm Stitch
    Pattern of suture is same as that of single intradermal suture except that stitches are made parallel to lips of incision
  123. Baseball stitch
    Stitch made from beneath, up through skin, and needle is crossed from side to side with each stitch
  124. Lock Stitch
    Stitch used by passing ligature through both sides of incision from outside with stitch being locked by looping ligature
  125. Double Intradermal Suture
    Subcutaneous stitch which requires using suturing needle on each end of ligature with suturing needles being crossed from side to side on each stitch
  126. Hanging
    Separating of tunics of carotid artery
  127. Drowning
    Copious purge
  128. Refrigerated cases
    Limited drainage of pale sticky liquid
  129. Leukemia
    Capillary rupturing
  130. Gunshot wounds to head
    Swelling
  131. Ruysch
    Father of Embalming
  132. John Hunter
    Hunters Canal
  133. Malpighi
    Capillary Circulation
  134. Hofmann
    Formaldehyde
  135. Holmes
    Father of American Embalming
  136. William Harvey
    Circulation of Blood
  137. Leeuwenhoek
    Father of Bacteriology
  138. Gannal
    Made embalming available to general public
  139. Harlan
    Advocated creosote as a disinfectant
  140. Clauderus
    Embalming without evisceration
  141. Lipolysis
    Decomposition of fats
  142. Fermentation
    Decomposition of carbohydrates
  143. Dehydration
    Drying of body tissue
  144. Ptomaines
    Products of decomposition
  145. Postmortem Caloricity
    Abnormal rise in temperature
  146. Rigor Mortis
    Stiffening of muscles
  147. Imbibition
    Absorption of liquids
  148. Algor Mortis
    Cooling of body to the environment
  149. Hypostasis
    Settling of blood to dependent parts of body
  150. Postmortem Stain
    Caused by hemolysis
  151. 1st compound to decompose
    Carbohydrates
  152. 2nd compound to decompose
    Proteins
  153. 3rd compound to decompose
    Fats
  154. 4th compound to decompose
    Hard protein
  155. 5th compound to decompose
    Bone

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