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[Music].Hey.so four months now you guys have been.asking me do another embalming video.Carrie please do one well I finally.thought of a kind of creative idea to.show you the embalming process without.any bodies so today we're gonna walk.through a standard embalming we're not.gonna factor in the thousands of things.that can change the chemical or.component makeup of a body that embalmer.has to factor in on a daily basis you.know all the chemicals that we put into.our body from you know food and drugs.and exposure to things are factored in.we're not gonna look at any of that.today we're not going to look at edema.or jaundice things of that nature so.just a straightforward embalming but.we're gonna break down the different.steps for you and give you more of a.visual of what that's going to look like.[Music].hey guys so the best way I figured to do.this was I'm gonna be the body and I'm.gonna talk you through what our embalmer.Chris who you met and the Train.involving video would be doing to me so.when I first come in I would be moved.onto the table today I have a sheet on.the table typically it's a stainless.steel or a porcelain table that the body.is on so I would be here and I my mouth.typically would be open and my eyes.would probably be open and I may be in.some sort of rigor and so as its word.and that means you have rigor mortis in.your muscle in your tissues so your.hands might be you know all over your.fists might be clenched but your hands.might be in the wrong spot so one of the.first things is that the embalmer will.come in and will position the body how.they want the body.as we've talked in previous videos.typically we're going to try and get.hands on the abdomen wedding ring hand.over the other hand kind of head tilted.so then we're going to the Moammar with.them sanitize me including my eyes nose.mouth and particularly in the mouth is.important because that's one of the.first places that the body is going to.decompose is down through the trachea.and the esophagus because of all the.bacteria so you want to make sure that.is all cleaned out so the next thing the.embalmer would be doing to me is setting.my features he would then use or she.would then use the eye caps under the.lids of my eyes to close the eyes then.would close my mouth now there's a few.different ways that the embalmer could.do this there is a needle injector and a.suture so it would depend on their.preferred method that they use so the.needle injector you actually implant a.metal wire into the top jaw and the.bottom jaw so you'd go here and here in.the mouth and inject the needle.y're fits in just like that into the.little groove and then this is a pistol.grip needle injector so all you simply.have to do is once the injector wire is.in the mechanism you will put this up.against the mandible or the maxilla.whichever one you're doing first then.you'll pull this trigger here and that.will hammer it into position then the.suture method which is my preferred.method of Mouse closure you can do a few.different ways some people like to go.through the tendon that's in the front.of the mouth and just loop that however.that's going to soften and decompose.pretty quickly so I like to go through.for the mandibular so you use a suture.needle and thread and you actually go in.through bottom down here up out the.mouth and then you go up behind the lip.and you come out one nostril you break.through go down the other nostril and.come back out so then you're creating a.loop around the bottom bone and a loop.around the septum the mandible and the.septum and it bone is not going to.decompose that that suture is gonna.break through so that's why it's my.preferred method of mouth closure so the.embalmer will do an assessment of the.person's body they will look for.jaundice edema any tissue gas that may.be started any skin slip things that.they're going to need to factor in.mixing of the fluids and so then they'll.choose kind of what their formula is.going to be for the fluid solution I've.mentioned before but you do typically.one gallon for every fifty pounds of.body weight of the person and that is.your fluid plus water to equal that one.gallon solution so today for me Chris.will be mixing up or will theoretically.be mixing up three gallons of fluid.okay yes Kerry mentioned in mixing up.the fluids we first do a case analysis.of the body just to see what kind of.situation we're dealing with there are a.variety of fluids as you can see that we.have to choose from and there are lots.more than what we have pictured here.they're broken down in two main.categories we have our arterial.preservative chemicals and those are the.actual either formaldehyde or.glutaraldehyde chemicals that are going.to preserve the tissues we have some Co.injection chemicals and these are things.that will break up clots and neutralize.the pH within the body and help those.tissues receive the fluids and form.those bonds to preserve the tissues and.then we have also a cavity fluid which.is a very strong formaldehyde base fluid.and that's what we use in the thoracic.and abdominal cavity cavities to kill.all of the bacteria that are located.within there some fluids are built-in.with dye PK is one of my favorites it.has a very nice active dye but sometimes.you do need to add a little dye to give.the body more of a natural look so there.are a couple different dyes available to.do that all right so our case analysis.of my friend Carrie here who I am I'm.balling very sadly she's a very standard.and normal case so in my mix I use about.a half a bottle of the water corrective.that's called pH a and that's going to.again neutralize the water help break up.clots things like that so that will go.in in the tank also some meta flow and.that just kind of loosens things up.again helps break up the clot sand helps.distribution and diffusion of the fluid.the chemical I have chosen because she's.a relatively normal cases PK it's got.like I said a nice active dye it's red.it'll preserve things nicely we're going.to add that to the tank and we're also.going to add just a little bit more of.another chemical just to kind of boost.the effectiveness.of the fluid so that's going to be my.starting solution to about three gallons.of water we're going to start injecting.that fluid and see how it goes and if we.need to add more we'll certainly do so.the best way to do this to protect the.embalmer from the fumes is to fill the.tank first and then put your fluid in so.the water doesn't aerosol eyes those.fumes right this is the embalming.machine that's going to pump the fluid.through of the system and I'm going to.describe some of the knobs and dials and.gauges in that that are located on here.first is the on/off switch we have off.course mix which is just going to run.the chemicals through the system and mix.it all so it's a nice solution there's a.pulse feature and a direct feed rocket.to those here in a moment most machines.have a pressure gauge I have found in my.work and all the funeral homes that I.work for about half of them work and.about half of them don't I tend to like.to embalm with the highest pressure.possible but again sometimes I don't.have that luxury because the gauge.doesn't work the most important is the.rate of flow meter because too fast of a.rate of flow you're going to have.problems with your embalming you're.going to slow features you're going to.slow everything so you want to have a.nice moderate rate of flow we've already.attached the cannula or arterial tube to.the hose which goes to the machine this.is what's going to be inserted into the.artery and what's going to feed the.fluid into the system so currently I.have it set to mix so all that solution.mixing at the moment I'm gonna turn it.over to direct and that's going to do a.direct stream of fluid now we look at.our rate of flow meter and we're well.over twenty Tomas's per minute which for.a starting rate is a little bit high I.tend to start my injection around 8 15.to 18 and I will often just eyeball that.because sometimes the Machinists don't.have a rate of flow meter we're lucky on.this one that it does but we want to to.have a gentle stream and arc to it not.too fast not too slow and again that is.just about 15 ounces per minute now we.can also utilize the pulse feature which.I use on traumatic cases sometimes and.that just mimics the heartbeat if a.person were alive and excellent and.periodic first so one thing we need to.discuss is breasts I know right so most.embalmers.on a female will pull the breasts.together to make sure they are not.defiant you know they can defy gravity a.little bit in the casket so some will.suture and they will use a suture needle.and sew the breasts together at the.nipples some will use a clamp to hook.the breasts and pull them up together.right some will use duct tape and then.remove that following the embalming once.the breasts have kind of firmed and set.into place so there is a lot of.different techniques when it comes to.that to get the breasts into the right.place so that way they're not dropped.down into the armpit area or up in the.neck area if they are large breasts for.the viewing so now the embalmer is mixed.all the fluid up now I need to be.injected with the embalming fluid.so the embalmer is going to.the incision on me the preferred place.of choice is the carotid artery here.where you're also going to get the.jugular vein for the drainage so the.embalmer would make an incision the.carotid artery pretty on the clavicle.there we also then a lot of embalmers.will use the bra strap incision I've.talked about this in videos before this.is so that you can raise the carotid and.the subclavian arteries and one incision.now that I've made the incision in the.area that I want to raise the vessels AB.need to dissect through that tissue and.we use what are called aneurism hooks.and they're blunt ended dissection.devices that are going to cut through.the fascia any the fat that might be.there in any of the muscle tissue to.give us right into that area that.contains the two vessels that we're.looking for sorry the jugular vein and.the carotid artery and they run just.about like that side by side was I'm.raising a vessel I will just gently.dissect through that tissue as I work my.way medial to the body because the.vessels run from earlobe to break that.part of the clavicle so we're gonna know.that we're going right into this area to.find the vessel so we'll gently dissect.through that tissue until we find what.we're looking for and then we'll clean.the connective tissue off that and we'll.raise it on to our hook and tie of a.short piece of ligature around that so.we can access that when we're ready to.inject now we have our vessels raised.now I need to insert the cannula or the.arteriole to into the artery obviously.this is not going to really go into her.artery but these he mows these hemostats.here are designed to clasp around the.tube so we will stick that into the.hurry and clamp it down a little bit to.hold that into place and once that's in.place this stopcock will be turned into.the open position and fluid will be free.flowing into the system after after.about a half a gallon has been injected.into the system I start with a closed.system I will open up the jugular vein.that we raised along with the carotid.artery and every embalmer is different.every embalmer has their preferences.some of us use angular forceps to insert.into the jugular vein that will pull the.clots out and also open it up wide.enough to facilitate the drainage some.embalmers prefer to use a drain tube.this again will go right into the vein.and there are holes here as you pull the.plunger back and forth it will close.drainage and open drainage so you have.an opportunity for intermittent drainage.with that device and then a hose is.normally attached to that runs down the.table it is a little bit cleaner I still.however prefer this way it works better.for me like I say every embalmer is a.little bit different in their.preferences all right so during the.injection of the arterial fluid into the.system I'm going to take this.opportunity to do some cleaning of the.body I'm gonna wash Kerry's hair and we.just use a regular shampoo and.conditioner we use a disinfectant soap.which is sprayed all throughout the body.and then we wash everything with a.sponge and this serves two purposes one.is to disinfect and the other is to help.promote distribution so as we're washing.were also pushing the with firmness.pushing the fluid up toward the heart.and helping that fluid to distribute.throughout our system especially.important here to work on the.your tips you want to make sure that.fluid makes it all the way down to the.very fingertip all the way down the legs.and as I'm embalming her I'm seeing a.couple of issues and they sometimes.arise sometimes a body will distribute.perfectly other times you might have a.lack of distribution to one leg one leg.is perfect the other has not got any.fluid one hand might not have fluid so.in those cases I need to raise the.vessels that are closest to that area in.order to direct fluid directly down that.area so in this case her right leg is.not taking fluid so I'm going to use my.scalpel and I'm going to make an.incision right over her femoral artery.and the femoral artery is located just.about there and we're going to again use.those same instruments to raise those.vessels dissect through the tissue raise.the femoral we will remove the cannula.from the carotid adjust our rate of flow.just a little bit we'll turn it down so.it's not coming through quite as quickly.and we'll inject that right into the.femoral so that fluid will go down that.way another common site that we have to.raise is the radial artery because the.hands will sometimes not clear you want.finger nail beds to clear and things.like that so I will make an incision.over her radial artery and this is a.very superficial artery this is where.you feel your pulse there the nurse.doesn't when she takes your pulse so.it's actually right about here and you.can feel in between a couple tendons and.I just make a very small incision right.there and then I'll pull up and it's a.very small artery so I will have to.change my arterial two to a smaller size.reduce my rate of flow even further and.then inject that hand which will only.take a few seconds the overall process.of injecting arterial fluid is probably.about 20 to 25 minutes even though the.embalming made the entire embalming.process may take an hour to an hour.once we have finished the arterial.injection it's time to do the cavity.work and we're going to use a hydro.aspirator and this is connected to a.water supply and it's just a rubber hose.that I'm going to hook up to our trailer.some of you may have heard of a trocar.and this is a hollow tube with a sharp.end that I'm going to hook on to the.hydro respirator in this turn on the.water here so that's creating a suction.there's a suction coming from the hose.the hose will and hook right on to the.trocar and this trocar is going to be.inserted in what I will do is move our.arms out of the way for a moment and.right near the belly button it's about.two inches over and two inches up and we.make a little poke right there and the.trocar will make its way right up into.the heart area withdrawal any fluids.that have collected up there into the.lungs.some people have fluid in the lungs from.pneumonia or CHF or aspirate all those.out will create some channels because we.want to inject the cavity fluid that I.mentioned earlier into those areas so.once we're happy with the upper thoracic.area will turn the trocar and use that.same point and do the lower areas of the.abdomen and that's the intestines liver.kidneys bladder everything like that.will Ilana spent a very good amount of.time asked bringing the fluids out of.that area and also creating the channels.I got necessary to distribute that.cavity chemical we finished the.aspirating and we're going to inject the.cavity fluid the académie injector tube.is just a short - it gets hooked.directly to the cavity fluid bottle and.it's hooked to the cavity fluid bottle.and then into the trocar and then we.would inject that cavity fluid again.into the thoracic and abdominal cavities.that we just aspirated we'll seal that.hole with what's called a trocar button.it's just a very small piece of plastic.with threads and it will screw itself.right into that hole to close that seal.sometimes the trocar button is a little.too small or it won't connect with the.tissues in that case we just make a.small and suture around it and tie that.tight with the suture in addition to.close enough of the trocar hole we need.to close up the incisions that we.started with and the ones that they.raised subsequently I will use what's.called an s Kurt needle it gives me a.good leverage it fits my hand and.allowing me to do a nice tight suture.and then we have some ligature tied to.that so we're going to just make a.needle poke through the incision pull.that through and tie the suture cord so.it makes an anchor onto the skin and.then we do what's called a baseball.stitch underneath each side of the.incision back and forth back and forth.and a little bit of an incision seal.powder which is going to create a gel if.any liquid is there and keep the liquid.from coming out the incision then we're.going to finish sewing as tightly as we.can and then tie that suit record off do.the same thing with the femoral incision.that we've raised down here and then.again that radial incision that we did.right here - okay so we have the.injection complete the cavity work.complete we've sewed up all the.incisions we're going to give the bilat.body a final wash with our disinfectant.soap so we'll go ahead and wash.everything we'll condition her hair if.we didn't have.to do that already we should have washed.it already one time so we'll wash.conditioned the hair wash the body it's.really imperative that you clean every.everything so even fingernails need to.be clean you need to go through each one.because you don't know what's under.those fingernails or one of those.fingers have been so most everyone has.at least a little nose hair I use.hemostats to pluck nose hairs carry my.friend here has no nose hair whatsoever.but I've seen people that look like a.forest so I go ahead and I clean that up.with my he mows if it's a man they might.have hairy ears I'll pluck all those.hairs as well make sure that's all good.just about everybody also needs to be.shaved we just use a regular disposable.razor women men most everyone has at.least a little fuzz they're always.wanting to make sure that we have proper.position to shave you never know what.kind of style of beard they're guilty.they have so I'm going to make sure that.there's no little loose hairs because.any cosmetics will cling right to that.hair and when you have the person in the.casket and all for viewing and someone.comes up they might be able to see it so.always make sure to shave since the dead.human body doesn't have any circulation.to keep the moisture in we're going to.add a layer of a menthe to the face and.this is Kailen creams just a brand a lot.of places use it's a white cream very.thick and we've actually put it on with.a paintbrush so we will put a nice.amount on there and then spread this all.over the tissues of the face.the thinner the tissue the quicker it's.going to dehydrate so lips and eyelids.and things like that you want to give a.nice liberal coat to our embalming is.for the most part complete we want to.make sure our decedent is properly.covered respectfully and ready to be.dressed in casket.once that time comes that is a breakdown.of what happens during an embalming.little brief introduction on the fluids.and all the steps that take place when.we do an embalming so hopefully more.questions were answered for you while I.got involved here today and by all means.make sure you post your questions below.make sure you comment like share the.video and I will see you guys on the.next video soon about embalming and.dressing of bodies.[Music].

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