(INCOMPLETE)Review: Chemistry, Anatomy and Pathology, BABY
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According to OSHA, the proper way to neutralize a formaldehyde spill is to add...
Saponification of lipids results in the production of...
Arterial fluids are always injected before...
A phenomenon usually related to an excessively high concentration of formaldehyde in embalming fluid
The onset of decomposition is closely linked to...
Rigor mortis is a phenomenon associated with...
An embalming fluid ingredient that has moisture-retaining properties
A body swelling up a bit during the embalming process is a sign noticeable sign of...
Preserve and disinfect the remains
The main function of embalming fluids
In the preservative process, formaldehyde chemically combines with...
The percentage composition of formalin by volume
These are sometimes used to reduce mold growth in closed caskets
WHAT CAUSES HARD WATER???
An aqueous solution of formaldehyde
Two solutions having the same osmotic pressure are considered to be...
This can be used as a deodorant in embalming fluids
This acts as a humectant in embalming fluids (think chap stick)
The contraction of a cell after exposure to a hypertonic solution, due to the loss of water through osmosis
The naturally occurring passage of embalming fluid from capillaries into tissues is a result of...
Fluids which prepare the vascular system for injection of arterial embalming fluids
Highly concentrated embalming fluid can often produce capillary searing and sealing, which is called...
"Fumeless" embalming fluids contain odor control chemicals known as...
pH of blood (approx.)
Methanal is form from the partial oxidation of...
Acetone is an example of a...
Sodium lauryl sulfate
An example of a surfactant
These cannot be cross-linked by formaldehyde
Jaundice is a condition caused by the presence of _______________ in the blood
Embalming fluids are sometimes "sweetened" by the addition of chemical deodorants. Such deodorants belong to the chemical family known as...
Embalming fluid additive which acts as both a buffer and an anticoagulant
Properly buffered embalming fluid is formulated to match a body's...
Often used as a direct contact compound for preservation of autopsied organs
Jaundice fluids do not do this, but they mask, bleach and flush!
Embalming fluids must be able to overcome surface tension. In order to do so, embalming fluids often contain...
Formaldehyde demand may be increased by this condition (PP in blood)
19 oz of arterial to 109 oz of water
The recommended initial 3% dilution of a 20-Index standard arterial chemical used to embalm an edematous body would be which of the following?
The organ which primarily produces many types of digestive enzymes and buffers, which are secreted into the small intestine, but also contains endocrine cells which secrete insulin and glucagon
Heat, redness, swelling, pain, altered function
Signs of inflammation
Melanoma, adenocarcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma
Examples of malignant neoplasms of epithelial tissue
A woman is diagnosed with inflammation of the ovaries due to an infection with the mumps virus. This inflammation is called...
Inflammation of the outer lining of the heart
A man goes to his doctor with abdominal pain, fever, and blood in his stool. The doctor determines that his symptoms are being caused by small pockets in the mucosa of his colon that are pushed outward during defecation. Which of the following would be the best diagnosis in this case?
A man goes to his doctor complaining of painful ulcers in his groin area. His doctor notes that he has enlarged lymph nodes in the region. The doctor tests for and finds the bacteria Haemophilus ducreyi. Based on the signs and symptoms the doctor diagnoses...
A disease having rapid and severe onset which is often fatal
The term describing a condition that is present at the time of birth or shortly thereafter
Functions of the integumentary system
Maintaining body temperature,
storage excretion and/or synthesis of fats, vitamins and organic wastes,
An abnormal accumulation of fluid in cells, tissues, or cavities of the body, resulting in swelling
A condition in which there is an abnormally small number of platelets circulating in the blood
Focal calcification and atherosclerosis are types of...
Blood in the urine
Malignant tumor on the brain
A professional golfer may get this;
inflammation of the small pockets of synovial fluid in the elbow joint due to repetitive movement
An excess of blood in a part of the body
The study of the causes of diseases
Rheumatic heart disease
(Heart disease) Caused by an autoimmune reaction usually occurring following infection with Streptococcus pyogenes
A hereditary disease where blood does not coagulate to stop bleeding