Where do they dispose body fat after liposuction?
Medical waste companies pick up the canisters of fat and sterilize and destroy the contents.
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There were mass graves on occasion as well. They were burned in the crematories and most of the body's were left to rot
Answer . Gee, I suppose that depends. What's important is exactly where it's taken from and how the rest of the fat and skin redistributes itself. Liposuctioning is like erosion really. Removing suspensive fat can undermine areas around the areas that were liposuctioned or eroded. These other areas can collapse into each other and become flaccid and sort of slunk downward . Liposuction to the thigh area can result in an awkward creases aka redundant skin. Slackness here can jeopardize the whole integrity of the genitals or crotch area. Lack of a healthy tauntness here can cause one to have a much more smelly genital situation than necessary. You can see the "slunk" effect in (not all ) but many of the "after" pictures on many of the plastic surgeon web sites. You can end up thinner but with a third rate body situation if you lose "too much" important suspensive fat. It's really scary stuff I think/know. leechetta
Answer . they cremate the bodies then the ashes are throwen into the ganges river.. ---------------. Not necessarily Ganges but any holy river. However, little children and sannyasis are buried. This is because, the souls of little children have not developed an attachment to their body and the souls of sannyasis are already detached, hence they don't have to be cremated.
Answer "The body is washed with water from the Ganges River and then burned with a slow fire on a funeral pyre." Hindu consider the heat of fire to be the final purifier after water -the second purifier. When human is dead, his soul exist for some time near to his belongings. Hindus perform rituals up to 13 days further also so as to get the soul to peace. As soon as soul loose the contact with body, it also looses all the sensations and emotions attached to its existence in present life. Still an attachment to his belongings remains. This goes in tandem with the philosophy that the embodied soul casts away old and takes up new bodies as a man changes worn-out raiment for new. According to Hindu Beliefs, when a person dies, his soul lingers around near the relatives, the body, and his materialistic possessions. They also believe that some rituals need to be performed, for the soul to break the bond with the body, and start a new life elsewhere. Often, we wonder why Hindus burn or cremate the body, instead of burying it. The answer lies in the belief, that by burning the body, the soul does not feel the physical association with the body anymore, which it could have, had the body been buried. . From An Introduction to Human Geography: The Cultural Landscape (Page 204, Section: Other Methods of Disposing of Bodies)
If you are referring to the WW2 systematic extermination of Jews, Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals, gypsies and political opponents, then the Germans disposed of the bodies by cremation or by creating mass graves. US Soldiers found many of the mass graves which helped document the German crimes against humanity.
The body is washed in rose water then wrapped with a white cloth from head to foot and then put in the ground then each person that attended the funeral sprinkles a hand of mud over the body. The body is not to be dissected or disassembled also prayer is recited to the person at their grave as well
With a butchers knife and garbage bags. An interesting read. http://www.amazon.com/Be-Your-Own-Undertaker-Dispose/dp/0873646975
one is not recommended to kill in the first place, so therefore i would say the best and most respectful way would be to call the police and report the body so a morgue can take the body and have an appropriate burial ceremony for the deceased.
I would suggest that you lose weight all over. It is almost impossible to lose weight in just one specific area. You should combine a balanced diet with proper exercise and consult a nutritionist for any specific goals.
The liver produces small amounts of ammonia in deamination reactions. Some of this ammonia provides the nitrogen needed for the synthesis of nonessential amino acids. The liver quickly combines any remaining ammonia with carbon dioxide to make urea, a less toxic compound. The liver releases the urea into the bloodstream and it is take up and excreted by the kidneys.
Answer: While "sky burial" is practiced in Tibet due to the lack of firewood for funeral pyres, cremation is is more common way of disposing of bodies. Answer: The Buddhist -(Hinyan/Mahayan) follow the Hindu practice of funeral pyre cremation as it is an off shoot of Hinduism. The sky burial is practiced by the parsees in 'the tower of silence'. It is only the poor or those who have no resources, either bury or leave the corpse to be consumed by birds.
That would depend on the individual and the procedure performed. Each case would be different.
Common locations for liposuction include the chin, cheeks, neck, upper arms, abdomen, buttocks, hips, thighs, knees, calves, and ankles.. Better to check with your Surgeon before any decision in which area you should apply for liposuction.
If the Liposuction patient gains weight the entire body will distribute the fat because the treated area no longer has the same capacity to store additional fat. This is caused because a large portion of fat cells were removed from the treated area.
Muslims prepare the dead for burial by washing and perfuming the body, wrapping it in white cloth, offering a funeral prayer, and burying it within 24 hours. This process is called Janaza.
It will depend on the specific procedure and area of the body being worked on. Geographic location and the surgeons skill level are also factors.
Nowdays in Japan, the vast majority of funerals are held according to Buddhist rites and bodies are cremated. The ashes are then usually interred at the family grave. There are Shinto funerals but they are extremely rare and the average lay person has no idea about what is involved. For the average person, rites of passage are divided between Shinto and Buddhist (perhaps with a bit of Christian thrown in). It is said that you are born Shinto (the first shrine ceremony is at 31 days), grow up Shinto (the ceremonies of Shichi-go-san......at 3, 5, and 7 years of age), marry Christian and then die Buddhist.
Sometimes and sometimes not. Either way do you have to see the doctor to make sure everything is out.
The body is washed in rose water then wrapped with a white cloth head to foot and then put in a coffin or just in the ground.. The body is not to be dissected or disassembled also prayer is recited to the person at their grave as well
It depends on a number of variables. E.g. The procedure being performed, where in the country you are having it done and the skill level of the surgeon are just a few.
This would depend on the individual the liposuction is being performed on and the specific procedure. In some cases it can be quite dramatic.
The fluid release from the fat cells is drained away by the body's natural system (lymphatics).
Liposuction works best for areas of the face and body with stubborn fat deposits resistant to overall weight loss, such as the infamous "love handles." The thighs, abdomen, buttocks, flanks, hips, upper arms, chin, jowels, and neck generally respond well. Men and women may also choose liposuction to reduce breast size (Gynocomastia), a procedure that results in less scarring than other types of plastic surgery. Liposuction can be performed consecutively on many different sites; in fact, many patients choose to have several body parts treated during the same day.
Common locations for Liposuction include: the under chin, cheeks, neck, upper arms, abdomen, lower back, buttocks, hips, thighs, knees, calves and ankles.
The Sikhs accept cremation as their way of disposing the deadbodies. That stems from the notion that a soul separates from thebody when someone dies.
The Jains dispose of dead bodies by cremating them. Aftercremation, they then throw the ashes into the nearby waters.
Initially they were buried, the corpses were dug up a year later and cremated, subsequently all bodies were cremated.
There are many methods like cremation, burial, disposal by exposure etc. Here is a longer answer detailing the different legal methods available and in use in different countries.
It depends what kind of person they are, if they are normal citizen, they just buried it in soil; if they are wealthy people, they will prepare a coffin and buried it.
Following a funeral service, the body ... usually enclosed in a wooden casket ... is buried in a grave in the ground. Cremation is contrary to Judaism.
You shouldn't be very fat.. overweight people are not ideal candidates for liposuction! You'd rather have exercise and a proper diet in order to remove most of the extra fat and then opt for liposuction in order to remove local stubborn fat.
Actually you shouldn't be fat in order to have liposuction. Liposuction is not a weapon against obesity! Its actually a treatment that removes stubborn fat from specific areas when proper diet and work outs can't remove it
at first they were buried, but later they were exhumed and burned, when cremation became policy.
No sadly Medicaid does not cover liposuction. It should though, it would help alot of obese/overweight people feel better about their bodies. Myself included, I really want a tummy tuck with lipo but I can't afford it. Hopefully one day it will. :)
This depends on the Plastic Surgeon and how quick/experienced he is in the theatre. Typically in the United Kigdom around 2 litres of fat would be removed in a typical procedure.
Fat is then extracted with suction through a long, blunt hollow tube called a cannula. The doctor repeatedly pushes the cannula through the fat layers in a radiating pattern creating tunnels, removing fat, and recontouring the area.
Yes coz the fat bags are gone so the fat looks for sum where else to be stored
Liposuction can be performed in a variety of areas. Here are a few: abdomen, hips, outer and inner thighs, back, upper arms, chin and finally, inner knees.
Normally the fat is placed in special containers marked as " medical waste ". A company specialising in medical waste then comes to collect it from the hospital. Of course, there is another option. Many Plastic Surgeons perform fat transfer procedures. These procedures are designed to fill in wrinkles or other depressions in the skin. Fat transfer procedures can be an alternative to a facelift to improve hollow cheeks for example. Many Patients are attracted by the idea of useing their own fat rather than a chemical to enhance their looks.
There is no such thing as non surgical liposuction. There is laser liposuction, which has less surgery, and liquifies the fat before it's drained out,making it less painful.
Liposuction removes areas of unwanted fat deposits. These deposits tend to be above the muscles for which they cover. While many fats react to diet and exercise, certain individuals still find themselves with these pockets of fat that do not. That is the ideal fat that liposuction can remove and provide a more contoured body profile for the patient.
Areas of unwanted fat deposits are removed after receiving liposuction. Liposuction operates with a type of wand inserted into the patient. On the ti[ of the wand there are a variety of types of tips that are in place. They can consist of a laser, ultrasonic or water assisted. With the laser the fat is in theory melted. With the ultrasonic the fat is almost shook lose. Lastly the water-assisted jet helps the wand bread the fat-cells apart. In all situations the fat-cells/deposits are sucked into the wand the dealt with. Most patients have their fat disposed of by the Surgeon, but others have had it re-injected to their body. This is one method of natural breast enhancements and buttock injections.
Burial at sea recycles because human tissue is about 98% similar to sea water and. about the same liquid to tissue as is sea water to land mass, or about 75%. Additionally human tissue is not considered a pollutant if placed in oceans, as opposed to inland streams, rivers and lakes. Human remains, and also animal remains are quickly recycled in shallow ocean water, about 600 feet that contain reefs and the ocean animals that live in such shallow water. In deep ocean water beginning at about 2,000 feet, up to a mile or so the ocean water is cooler and contains less ocean life and the body tissue remains in tack for a longer period of time, up to several months. But, never-the-less the tissue is eventually recycled. .
Submental liposuction is a form of fat removal surgery. It is performed on the neck region of the human body. It is often classified with Jowl Liposuction which is a similar procedure performed on the Jowl.
The physician makes a small cut, inserts a small instrument in to the fat layer. fluid is injected which distends the fat cells separating them from their surroundings. This makes it easier for the physician to aspirate the fat out of the body.
There are always risks when one chooses to have liposuction surgery. If one is wanting to have fat liposuction the safest way is to choose a very reputable physician or specialist. One should always ask for references in this type of surgery as well.
The most frequently treated areas for women are the abdomen, breasts, hips, outer thighs, anterior thighs, inner thighs, knees, arms, buttocks, cheeks and neck. In men, who comprise about 15% to 25% of liposuction patients, the most commonly treated areas include the chin and neck area, abdomen, flanks ("love-handles"), and breasts.
There are two methods that Hindus follow to dispose dead bodies.One is to burn and the other is to bury. Generally, unmarriedpeople may be buried and the remaining may be burnt.
Hindu people dispose the body of dead people by burning them. SomeHindu also dispose the body directly in river or ocean.
usually Hindus compose body of dead people by burning them. Somesects of Hinduism also offer the body to river or ocean.