embalming fluid

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embalming fluid

n
a liquid used to treat a dead body, which contains preservatives to retard putrefaction
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embalming fluid

nBalsamierflüssigkeit f
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Elaborating causes of Brain Cancer, he informed that radiation to the head, an inherited (genetic) risk, HIV infection, Cigarette smoking and environmental toxins (for example, chemicals used in oil refineries, embalming chemicals, rubber industry chemicals) may cause cancer.
The causes of Brain Cancer, he said are; Radiation to the head an inherited (genetic) risk, HIV infection, Cigarette smoking and environmental toxins (for example, chemicals used in oil refineries, embalming chemicals, and rubber industry chemicals.
Contract Notice: Supply of Embalming Chemicals - The University of Dundee Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification will require 6 deliveries per annum of one set of chemicals at scheduled dates, and 2-3 deliveries per annum of another set.
And forget those nasty embalming chemicals that can seep into the soil.
Green burial is a natural process whereby the deceased are buried without the use of toxic embalming chemicals in 100 percent biodegradable, non-hazardous caskets or shrouds.
It's the return to the Earth of a body free of embalming chemicals, in a biodegradable shroud or local wood casket.
Moving on, I strolled through row upon row of caskets, burial vaults, embalming chemicals to plump up dehydrated tissues (my favorite: a disinfectant called Mort-O-Cide), and restorative waxes to fill in those pesky irregularities left by, say, feeding tubes or gunshot wounds.
was established in 1935 and is the nation's second largest manufacturer of embalming chemicals.
About the causes of Brain Cancer, he mentioned Radiation to the head an inherited (genetic) risk, HIV infection, Cigarette smoking and environmental toxins (for example, chemicals used in oil refineries, embalming chemicals, rubber industry chemicals), he added.
A supplier and former manufacturer of embalming chemicals has taken actions to increase public safety at its former Cambridge, Mass.