Embalming definition

Embalming means disinfecting or preserving dead human bodies, entire or in part, by the use of chemical substances, fluids or gases in the body, or by the introduction of same into the body by vascular or hypodermic injection, or by direct application into the organs or cavities for the purpose of preservation or disin- fection.
Embalming means the preservation and disinfection of the human dead by external or internal
Embalming means the implementation of reconstructive

Examples of Embalming in a sentence

  • Embalming may be necessary, however, if you select certain funeral arrangements, such as a funeral with viewing.

  • Embalming certificateThe authorized staff of the Funeral parlor/ Memorial Chapel5.


More Definitions of Embalming

Embalming means the disinfection of the dead human body by replacing certain body fluids with preserving and disinfecting chemicals.
Embalming means replacing body fluids in a dead human body with
Embalming means replacing body fluids in a dead human body with preserving and disinfecting chemicals.
Embalming means the practice, science or profession of preserving, disinfecting, and preparing in any manner, dead human bodies for burial, cremation or transportation.