A must for those with an interest in Death. Working with the Dead provides a readable and true account of the author's encounters with Death, before and after she became an embalmer. Without a doubt this sometimes humorous, yet sensitive and caring approach to death and embalming, will keep the reader gripped on every page. Anecdotes from her personal life and experience make the book engrossing, sad and sometimes funny-but it is not for the faint hearted. Working with the Dead opens doors to modern embalming and caring for the dead in a way that is easily understood by those wishing to follow the art. Make yourself comfortable, lock the door, and prepare to be surprised.The rest of the body Once the injection process is over, there are other parts of the body that need a#39;treatinga#39; and, as this is the straight case, it will be the ... A long trocar must be used, as you will need to enter the throat. ... Once satisfied that no more or very little fluid is draining out, you can withdraw the trocar, rinse and then do the same with the bottom half of the trunk. ... Some bodies will take more, others less, but if you can see that the body is a#39;embalmeda#39; then you have put enoughanbsp;...
|Title||:||Working with the Dead|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004-05|