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Flashcards in Hypodermic Tissue Building Deck (25):
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Emaciation in the face, neck and hands.

Conditions Requiring Treatment

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After Embalming

Time of Application

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  • Accurate requirements cannot be predetermined.
  • An area of low resisitance to the arterial injection is created.

No Performed During Arterial Injection Because:

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Replace moisture in the tissues and eliminate most signs of emaciation.

Emblaming May:

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May be added to the embalming chemical as an internal tissue builder.

Humectant (Mositening) Fluid

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This is the major fault (danger) of hypodermic tissue building.

Danger of Overfilling

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Be aware that:

  • An overinjection of one side will lead to a compensating injection on the other side.
  • Trying to balance the two sides in this manner may produce a distortion of the normal surface contour.
  • Always Inject tissue builder in small quantities 
  • You can always inject again using the same point of entry

Whenever Filling Similar Structures on Opposite Sides of The Face

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Will lead to a compensating injection on the other side.

 

An Overinjection on One Side

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Trying to balance the two sides may produce a distortion of the ____ _____ _____.

Normal Surface Contour

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Always inject tissue builder in small quantities, _______ your need.

Underestimating

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Remember, you can always inject again using:

The Same Point of Entry

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  • Massage Cream
  • Mortuary Suppliers
  • A liquid Colloid (plus its solvent)

Types of Tissue Fillers

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Mix a small amount of mineral oil if it is too "thick."

Massage Cream

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Also make available special creams for this purpose.

Mortuary Suppliers

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  • Available from mortuary suppliers
  • Becomes gelatinous in form when the chemical associates iwth tissue moisture.
  • For this reason, use only solvent to clean equipment.

Liquid Colloid (Plust Its Solvent)

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Enter the needle through the skin and direct to the most ______ point of the area to be filled.

Distant

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The depth of the needle is kept as close to the _____ as possible.

Skin

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The free hand is placed on the skin surface to estimate the depth of the needle.

The Avoid Puncturing The Skin

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Before Injecting, once the needle is fully inserted under the skin, withdraw it 1/8" to remove any subcutaneous tissue which may be blocking the tip.

Needle Obstruction

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Slowly withdraw the needle to the ____ __ ____ as the filler is injected.

  • Without removing the needle- radiate it through the area until it is properly filled.

Point of Entry

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Apply external pressure with your fingers.

To Dissipate Any Surface Lumps.

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Remove the needle from the ______.

Tissue

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May be pressed out of the needle puncture before it has "set."

Excess Filler

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Dehydration will create brown holes.

Wax Any Needle Holes

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  • Hair Regions
  • Nostrils
  • Corners of the mouth
  • Receded parts of the ears
  • The posterior margin of the angle of the jaw.

Possible Hidden Points of Entry to The Face