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Dissection. Procedures, Instruments, and Drawings. Procedures . Equip yourself with safety items upon entering the lab Gloves Apron goggles Rinse your specimen of excess preservative. Procedures . Observations should be made of other dissection group’s specimens.

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dissection

Dissection

Procedures, Instruments, and Drawings

procedures
Procedures
  • Equip yourself with safety items upon entering the lab
    • Gloves
    • Apron
    • goggles
  • Rinse your specimen of excess preservative
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Procedures
  • Observations should be made of other dissection group’s specimens.
  • Specimen should be stored in its skin within a plastic bag sealed with rubber bands between dissections
  • All solid pieces should be disposed in trash can
procedures2
Procedures
  • Instruments must be rinsed, dried, and stored and blue trays must be rinsed
  • Tables must be wiped down with lysol spray
  • Hands should be washed with soap and hot water
  • Specimens should be discarded in trash can at the end of the entire dissection.
instruments scalpel
Instruments: Scalpel
  • Fixed blades vs. replaceable blades
  • Scalpels should be used sparingly
  • Used to make deep incisions and separate skin from muscle during skinning
instruments forceps
Instruments: Forceps
  • Smooth vs. serrated tip
  • Used to hold or

Move tissues and organs

instruments blunt probe
Instruments: Blunt probe
  • Used to explore body cavities
instruments dissecting needle
Instruments: Dissecting needle
  • Used to trace blood vessels and nerves
instruments dissection scissors
Instruments: Dissection Scissors
  • Straight vs. blunt tipped
  • Used to make initial incisions
  • Will cut through superficial and deep tissues
drawings
Drawings
  • Specimen vs. Schematic Drawings
  • Title the drawing with the name of the specimen and portion of the specimen (if applicable)
  • Color may be used sparingly for shading
  • Microscope drawings: indicate power
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Drawings
  • Make drawing large

and center it on page

  • Label lines should be

straight, never cross,

and should go directly

to object they indicate

  • Obstructed structures

should be shown with

dashed lines