← Emb II Vocab Set 1 Test
7 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- One of the small terminal branches of an artery, especially one that connects with a capillary
- Extravascular pressure from contact with embalming table or positioning devices
- Vascular injection that utilizes two or more injection sites
- Injection and drainage from one location
- Movement of arterial solution through the arterial system in into the capillaries
- That pressure indicated by the injector guage needle when the arterial tube is open and the arterial solution is flowing into the body
6 True/False Questions
Center of Arterial Distribution → Movement of arterial solution through the arterial system in into the capillaries
Adsorbtion → Movement of molecules in solution from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration until a uniform concentration is reached
Restricted Cervical Injection → Method of injection where both common carotid arteries are raised.
Six Point Injection → Injection and drainage from one location
Crystalloid → substance that in solution can pass through a semipermeable membrane
Instant Tissue Fixation → Embalming technique that uses a very strong arterial solution (often waterless). The solution is injected under high pressure in spurts into a body area. Very little solution is injected.