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1

action of a force against an opposing force (a force applied or acting against resistances).

pressure

2

whatever pressure is necessary to overcome initial vascular resistance and distribute embalming solution to all areas of the dead human body

Recommended pressure

3

adjective to describe pressure

ideal pressure

4

speed at which fluid is injected...measured in ounces per minute

rate of flow

5

rate of flow is controlled by a __________ on the embalming machine, which controls the ____________ much like a water faucet

valve
flow of fluid

6

that which will ensure uniform distribution without causing (promoting) over distention (swelling)

ideal rate of flow

7

methods of creating pressure

1. Gravity injector method
2. Hand pump

8

the gravity injector method is also called the________

perculator

9

consist of a glass bottle, rubber tubing, and a device to suspend the bottle above the point of injection.

gravity injector

10

When using the gravity injector, pressure is increased ______ pounds, which is approximately _____ for every _______ or elevation above the _____________.

.43
1/2
foot
point of injection

11

28 inches (2.33 feet) above injection creates how many pounds of pressure?

1 pound

12

84 inches (7.00 feet) above injection creates how many pounds of pressure?

3 pounds

13

56 inches (4.66 feet) above injection creates how many pounds of pressure?

2 pounds

14

Study the different Gravity Scenario Questions...

The percolator is elevated 5 feet above point of injection, how much injection pressure is created? 5 x .43 = 2.15 lbs.

To create 3 pounds of injection pressure how many feet, above the point of injection would the percolator need to be raised? 3 / .43 = 6.97 feet.

15

consist of a hand operated pump, tubing, and a goose neck arrangement and glass fluid bottle

hand pump

16

the hand pump creates

injection pressure and can be used for aspiration