Scenario 3: The deceased is a male of Aleutian descent. At time of death he is in apparent good health. Tissue and bone procurement agencies were notified and they harvested all major internal organs as well as the long bones of the leg. Provide an analysis for this case.
I. What is the specific embalming complication?
II. What are the pre-embalming difficulties, if any, associated with the complication?
III. What are the pre-embalming treatments or procedures, if any, that are commonly associated with the complication?
IV. What type of arterial injection considerations, if any, need to be made that are associated with the complication?
a. Type of arterial chemical? (Low index, medium index, high index)
b. Type(s) of supplemental chemicals? (edema supplement, humectant, pre-injection, etc?
c. Type of injection style? (Restricted cervical, one point, multi point, split?)
d. Type of drainage? (Alternate, intermittent, concurrent?)
V. What are the post-embalming treatments or procedures, if any, that are commonly