Embalming Autopsy Body

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Section 1

Question Answer
what is the first step in embalming an autopsied bodydisinfect & position
what areas will need supplemental hypodermic injection on an autopsied bodybuttocks, breasts, shoulder, neck
it is important to do what when you are working alone on an autopsied body one thing at a time
you should do this to broken or cut bones prior to placing your hands into a body cavitycover them
An autopsied body will generally need this type of arterial solution because of the delay between death & embalming strong
What can be used for each area of an autopsied body to establish good distribution & diffusionintermittent drainage & pulsation

Section 2

Question Answer
what are the first steps in preparing an autopsied bodyunwrap and disinfect
what do you do after unwrapping & disinfecting an autopsied body shave & set features
what do you do after shaving & setting the features of an autopsied bodyopen & disinfect cavities, remove viscera
what do you do after opening the cavities, treating, & removing the viscera of an autopsied bofy locate & ligate vesels
what do you do after locating & ligating the vessels on an autopsied bodyprepare arterial solution
what do you do after preparing the arterial solution for an autopsied body inject
what is the order of injection for an autopsied bodylegs, arms, head
what side of the head do you inject first on an autopsied body left
what do you do after injecting arterial fluid for an autopsied body supplemental treatments
what do you do after supplemental treatment of an autopsied body drain liquids & treat internal surfaces of cavities
what do you do after draining all liquids & treating internal surfaces of cavities of an autopsied body prepare cavities & neck area
what are the three steps to preparing the cavity & neck area of an autopsied body return viscera & add preservative, fill cavities with absorbent material, fill out neck area

Section 3

Question Answer
what vessels are the ideal ones to use when injecting the lower extremities of an autopsied body common iliac
what are the steps to complete if you are not receiving adequate fluid in the foot of an embalmed body massage, higher pressure, pulsation, intermittent drainage
what are the preferred vessels to use if the arch of the aorta or its branches are present in an autopsied casesubclavian arteries
injection of what artery will allow for distribution to the shoulders, upper back, and back of the neck subclavian
what vessels need to be clamped if you inject via the subclavian artery in an autopsied body vertebral, internal thoracic, inferior thyroid
the right subclavian artery is a branch of what other artery brachiocephalic
what does the left subclavian artery branch off of arch of the aorta
the problem with using this artery for injection of the upper limbs is that the shoulder, upper portions of the back, & deep muscles of the neck do not receive fluid distributionaxillary

Section 4

Question Answer
what muscles do you need to cut to reach the axillary arteries of an autopsied body pectoralis major & minor
this canal is bounded by the scapula, the first rib, and the claviclecervicoaxillary canal
this artery bifurcates at the level of the superior border of the thyroid cartilage common carotid
what rate of flow & pressure should be used if the eyes have been enucleated low rate of flow & low pressure
what suture should you use for closing the abdominal & thoracic autopsy incisions baseball stitch
how often should you "lock down" your stitches on an autopsy case every 4 to 5 inches
what arteries do you need to remember to clamp off when you are injecting a body that has had a cranial-only autopsy internal carotid & vertebral
what artery will distribute fluid to the legs & becomes the femoral artery as it moves distally down the leg ext iliac