Compend - Embalming

  1. Obtain pressure for injection of arterial fluid
    Hand pump
  2. NOT method of obtaining pressure for injection of arterial fluid
  3. Instrument inserted into artery for introduction of fluid
    Arterial tube
  4. Instrument which may be used to guide arterial vein tube into vessel
    Groove director
  5. Purpose of embalming analysis
    Determine proper embalming technique and chemicals
  6. Variable factors encountered with every body
    Intrinsic or extrinsic
  7. NOT purpose of massage cream
    Secure jaws in position
  8. Extrinsic factor
    Atmospheric conditions
  9. Device which extends from some point over sternum to point under chin and used to support chin during embalming
    Chin rest
  10. Method of mouth closure which employs wires attached to small tacks which are inserted into upper and lower jaw
    Needle injector
  11. Method of mouth closure employing suture passed through septum of nose and around mandible
    Mandibular suture
  12. Lips may be held in position by
    • wet cotton strips
    • petroleum jelly
    • sutures
    • (all of these)
  13. What to do in cases of dental prognathism
    • extract teeth
    • realign teeth
    • let teeth show
    • (all of these)
  14. Normal eye closure, eyelids meet
    lower one-third of orbit
  15. NOT consideration in selection of artery and vein for injection and drainage
  16. Right common carotid artery begins at level of
    sternoclavicular articularion
  17. Common carotid arteries terminate at level of
    superior border of thyroid cartilage
  18. Linear guide for common carotid artery
    from sternoclavicular articulation to anterior surface of lobe of ear
  19. Linear guide for axillary artery
    from center of axillary space parallel to long axis of upper extremity
  20. Linear guide for brachial artery
    from center of base of axillary space to center of inner bend of elbow
  21. Linear guide for radial artery
    from center of antecubital fossa to center of base of index finger
  22. Linear guide for femoral artery
    from center of inguinal ligament to center of medial condyle of femur
  23. Linear guide for popliteal artery
    from center of popliteal space parallel to long axis of lower extremity
  24. On surface of forearm from center of antecubital fossa to point between fourth and fifth fingers is linear guide for
    Ulnar artery
  25. From center of popliteal space to point midway between medial malleolus and calcaneus bone is linear guide for
    posterior tibial artery
  26. From center of anterior surface of ankle joint to point between first and second toe is linear guide for
    dorsalis pedis artery
  27. From lateral border of patella to anterior surface of ankle joint is linear guide for
    anterior tibial artery
  28. Artery along medial border of sternocleidomastoid muscle is anatomical guide for
    common carotid
  29. Artery posterior to medial border of belly of biceps brachii muscle is anatomical guide for
  30. Artery through center of femoral triangle bordered laterally by sartorius muscle and medially by adductor longus muscle, anatomical guide for
  31. Just behind medial border of coracobrachialis muscle is anatomical guide for
    axillary artery
  32. Artery just lateral to tendon of flexor carpi radialis muscle is anatomical guide for
  33. Ulnar artery lies along ____ border of felxor carpi ulnaris muscle
  34. Right ___ artery is shorter than left one due to origin
  35. Artery changes its name to femoral and used in embalming of autopsied body
    external iliac
  36. Inferior vena cava is vein which accompanies
    descending aorta
  37. In femoral triangle, femoral artery is bordered laterally by ___ muscle
  38. Muscle femoral artery is bordered medially by
    adductor longus
  39. Femoral artery originates at point behind center of inguinal ligament and terminates at opening in ___ muscle
    adductor magnus
  40. Artery originates at opening in adductor magnus muscle, terminates at inferior border of popliteous muscle
  41. Artery courses along lateral margin of crest of tibia, passes through center of anterior surface of ankle joint and becomes dorsalis pedis artery
    anterior tibial
  42. Distention of body tissues is complication of
  43. factor considered in selecting artery to be injected
    • age
    • weight
    • disease
    • (all of these)
  44. ____ pounds of pressure per foot of elevation above point of injection
  45. When injecting with mechanical injector, desired pressure should be
    set before opening rate of flow
  46. Injection and drainage are accomplished through same incision
    one point
  47. Injection is accomplished at one place and drainage taken from another point
  48. Both common carotids are raised
    restricted cervical
  49. Dilution of fluid when emblamer prepares solution by adding concentrated embalming fluid to water in reservoir
  50. Arterial solution mixes with body fluids
    secondary dilution
  51. Movement of embalming solutions from point of injection through arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules and veins
  52. Passage of arterial solution from capillaries into intercellular spaces
  53. passage of solvent through semipermeable membrane from dilute into concentrated solution
  54. Passing of arterial solution through capillary wall, caused by positive intravascular pressure
    pressure filtration
  55. why embalmer removes as much blood from body as possible
    • diminish secondary dilution
    • remove intravascular discolorations
    • prevent distention
    • (all of these)
  56. Drainage where amount of arterial fluid is injected and then drainage is allowed to flow for period of time, each separately
  57. Drainage where injection is continued and drainage is taken at intervals
  58. Drainage where both injection and drainage are allowed to flow freely throughout operation
  59. Blood vessel that is origin of popliteal artery
    femoral artery
  60. Pre-embalming considerations given to case at hand
    case analysis
  61. NOT intrinsic factor considered in case analysis
    atmospheric conditions
  62. Head should be
    tilted to right 15 degrees
  63. Amount of HCHO measured in grams dissolved in 100 ml. of water
  64. Chemicals that inactivate saprophytic bacteria and alter tissues so as to render them less susceptible to decomposition
  65. Chemicals which retard increase in viscosity of blood
  66. component of arterial fluid designed to decrease molecular cohesion at surface of liquid
  67. Component of arterial fluids that impart color to slovent
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Compend - Embalming
Compend - Embalming