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Do phlebotomist work in funeral homes?
No because the "patients" you will find at a funeral home no longer have a working blood flow. A coroner will handle all tests needed to be preformed.
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what it's like... Personally from experience...it's REALLY scary. I HATE it. If I got paid a million dollors to do it again...I wouldn'* … * Only certain persons can perform tasks that are necessary in the profession of a funeral director, embalmist and so forth. These will generally be people who are sensitive and caring and have a genuine wish to help others in their time of sorrow. Most funeral directors are well educated/informed in ethnic, religious and psychological matters and most have a family background in the profession. Minors would not be allowed to serve in such a capacity. There is no reason one should associate fear with the profession unless one chooses to believe the nonsense that is portrayed in tasteless and senseless movies and televisions shows.
They draw blood to be submitted for various tests. They need to know which vials to use for which tests as different vials are prepared and color-coded differently. Phlebotomi…sts can work for a doctor's office, a hospital, or a blood lab. Depending on where you work and in which state will determine rate of pay. A phlebotomist is a person who practices phlebotomy, or a person who draws blood from a person for testing, analysis or for transfusions during surgery. See the related link for more information.
The Funeral Home they used for Hector Lavoe's Funeral was the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Home in Manhattan. The same one used for Celia Cruz.
In the twenties and thirties, viewings of the deceased made the transition from the home parlor to the funeral parlor. One can credit or blame either the Depression- a down an…gle indeed ( l929-38) or Detroit- automobile accidents posing some damage control problems best handled behind closed doors- but restorable. Either cause could be true. Religious sisters are traditionally laid out in convent chapels so the home-wake custom is not totally extinct.
This would depend on if the bloating was due to internal gas or water. In a case of internal gas when pressure inside the stomach causes the deceased's stomach to swell up, a …mortician or funeral director, will relieve the body of the stress by making an incision into the stomach to release the case. This is normally achieved, by incision three finger lengths down from the middle of the breast bone. In the case of bloating by water, other than remove excess water from the deceased, there is not much more that can be done apart from embalming, were the visual affects of bloating are slightly decreased.
There came a time when families no longer wanted to "Sit up" at the wake. This is a time when the family/friends would sit up all night long with the corpse before the funeral…. A funeral home is a business that will remove the human remains from the place of death and prepare it as the family wishes, or as required by law. The funeral directors are the people that direct the family in the customs of funerals. A funeral director must be licensed by a state bar in most states, and must maintain education in order to renew their license each year in the United States. They must have a vast knowledge of all funeral customs, religious laws, and government laws concerning death. The director also assists the family with insurance paperwork, filing social security death notice, public announcements, and many more aspects of the death industry. A funeral director in many cases may also be an embalmer (a person who preserves, cleans, and prepares the body for burial), but does not have to be.
There are some conflicting (plot) lines. If you mean plot as some sort of scenario or sequence of events- as in the Plot of a story or play- well... different churches and tem…ples have differing ritual requirements for Requiem Masses for the dead- for example, in the Catholic Church, there are certain traditions that the Closest next of kin follow the casket into the church- this being the office of the Principal Mourner. ( I did this for Mother last Year) So in that sense the plot or rituals vary quite a bit. The church generally avoids funeral masses on sundays, primarily for traffic-control reasons, they have regularily scheduled worship services- and a hearse out front, would, so to speak, disrupt traffic. as to plot in the cemetery sense- these are owned by the cemetery.Only rarely ( it may violate anti-trust laws- are funeral homes and cemeteries under the same managerial roof! These things need not be shrouded in mystery. I hope this has been of help.
\nPhlebotomists draw blood, so they can work anywhere blood is drawn--hospitals, doctors' offices, independent labs, plasma centers, public health clinics...
Undertaker, funeral director, and mortician are the three main jobs at a funeral home.
mor·ti·cian [-tish-uhn] - noun 1. undertaker This would infer that a person has a degree in Mortuary Science as well as being certified by state board where they pract…ice (work)
I have a lack of information, but Cremation is the process of reducing the body to ashes and bone fragments through the use of intense heat. I get a site carlbarnekowfuner…alservicelicensee.com when I was searching, who provides best cremation service.
Funeral homes are made to look like homes- many are old homes. People used to display the bodies in the parlors of their homes- funeral homes serve the same purpose. The h…omey feel makes them seem less commercial, I think.
They drain it from the body and replace it with embalming fluid.
surgical mask and maybe a pair of medical grade gloves for the viewing of the body, the day before the actual burial
Every country has different laws. You can get some help if you search in google related to laws of funeral homes in Canada.
I can't imagine why not but it does depend on your employer.