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  1. Drain tube
  2. Coinjection fluid
  3. Center for Disease Control and Prevention/CDCP (CDC)
  4. Diffusion (arterial solution)
  5. Cadaveric Spasm
  1. a prolongation of the last violent contraction of the muscles into the rigidity of death.
  2. b major agency of the Department of Health and Human Services, with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, concerned with all phases of control of communicable, vector-borne, and occupational diseases.
  3. c embalming instrument, inserted into a vein, used to aid the drainage of venous blood from the body.
  4. d fluid used primarily to supplement and enhance the action of vascular (arterial) solutions.
  5. e passage of some components of the injected embalming solution from an intravascular to an extravascular location; movements of the embalming solutions from the capillaries into the interstitial fluids.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. points of origin and points of termination in relation to adjacent structures; used to designate the boundaries of arteries.
  2. this level is established to ensure adequate protection of employees at expposures below the OSHA limits, but to minimize the compliance burdens for employers whose employees have exposures below the 8 hour permissible exposure limit (PEL). The AL for formaldehyde is 0.5 ppm.
  3. Bloodborne pathogens, blood or body fluids, exposure, any potentially infective, contaminated waste associated with the preparation of human remains that constitutes a hazard to humans in the workplace.
  4. insufficient intake of oxygen resulting from numerous causes.
  5. composition of proteins by enzymes of aerobic bacteria; aerobic proteolysis

5 True/False questions

  1. Dialysisseparation of substances in solution by the difference in their rates of diffusion through a semipermeable membrane

          

  2. Dehydrationloss of moisture from a body tissue which may occur antemortem or postmortem the removal of water from a substance.

          

  3. Biological deathpoints of origin and points of termination in relation to adjacent structures; used to designate the boundaries of arteries.

          

  4. Agonal periodloss of moisture from the living body during the agonal state.

          

  5. Desiccationrendered thoroughly dry; exhausted of moisture.

          

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