5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Calvarium clamp
- Bactericidal agent
- Bischloromethyl ether/BCME
- Center of venous drainage
- Concurrent drainage
- a right atrium of the heart.
- b agent that destroys bacteria.
- c a carcinogen potentially produced when formaldehyde and sodium hypochlorite come into contact with each other; normally occurs only in a controlled laboratory setting and requires a catalyst.
- d device used to fasten the calvarium to the cranium after a cranial autopsy.
- e method of drainage in which drainage occurs continuously during vascular (arterial) injection.
5 Multiple choice questions
- fluid used primarily to supplement and enhance the action of vascular (arterial) solutions.
- tube used to inject embalming fluid into the body vascular system.
- product of decomposition of fats.
- application of chemical reagents in the treatment of disease in humans, causing an elevated preservation demand.
- rendered thoroughly dry; exhausted of moisture.
5 True/False questions
Diffusion (arterial solution) → 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.
Cremated remains → fatty degeneration or thickening of the walls of the larger arteries occurring in atherosclerosis.
Anatomical position → the body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, and thumbs are pointed away from the body.
Antecubital → in front of the elbow/in the bend of the elbow.
Coroner → official of a local community who holds inquests concerning sudden, violent, and unexplained deaths.