5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Accessory chemical
- Death struggle
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention/CDCP (CDC)
- Denatured protein
- a the semi-convulsive twitches which often occur before death
- b record of the electrical activity of the heart
- c 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.
- d a protein whose structure has been changed by a physical or chemical agent
- e a group of chemicals used in addition to vascular (arterial) and cavity embalming fluids; most are applied to the body surface. Includes but is not limited to hardening compounds, preservative powders, sealing agents, mold preventative agents, and pack application agents.
5 Multiple choice questions
- dead human body used for medical purposes including transplantation, anatomical dissection and study.
- irreversible cessation of all vital functions; (nonlegal definition)
- laundry that has been soiled with blood or other potentially infectious materials or may contain sharps.
- rendered thoroughly dry; exhausted of moisture.
- circumscribed inflammation of the skin and deeper tissues that ends in suppuration and is accompanied by systemic symptoms, such as fever and leukocytosis.
5 True/False questions
Capillaries → minute blood vessels, the walls of which comprise a single layer of endothelial cells. Capillaries connect the smallest arteries (arteriole) with the smallest veins (venule) and are where pressure filtration occurs.
Eye enucleation → removal of the eye for tissue transplantation, research, and education.
Anatomical guidd → the body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, and thumbs are pointed away from the body.
Coinjection fluid → fluid used primarily to supplement and enhance the action of vascular (arterial) solutions.
Anterior superior iliac spine → right atrium of the heart.