Embalming/Organ Donation

General Information

Recycling Implants After Death

Implants such as pacemakers, defibrillators, artificial joints, metal plates, and dental work have become increasingly common. In the past,  these implants were buried, incinerated, or sent to landfills after a death. Today many can be recycled—extracted, processed, and ultimately reused in some form. Read more

Proceso de Embalsamar un Cadaver

“DATOS QUE USTED DEBE CONOCER ACERCA DEL EMBALSAMAMIENTO” El embalsamar un cadaver es la base sobre la cual se sostiene la estructura completa del Servico Funeral Norte Americano. Es la base que permite al Funerario venderle al doliente mercancia costosa (que tambien provee a dicho establecimiento con un margen de ganancias exhorbitante). Read more

Embalming Explained, Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

What is embalming? Embalming is a physically invasive process, in which special devices are implanted and embalming fluids are injected into the body to temporarily slow its decomposition. The goal is to preserve the body to make it suitable for public display at a funeral, for long-distance transportation, or for medical or scientific purposes such as anatomical research. Read more

Body, Organ, and Brain Donation

Body, Organ and Brain Donation
By deciding to donate your body or organs, you can make a valuable gift to humanity and offer hope to future generations. Many medical breakthroughs were a direct result of the education and research made possible by body donation, including new treatments for heart disease, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. Read more