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Embalming Theory I and Lab


Provides intensive study of the basic fundamentals of the embalming process including the purpose of embalming, history of embalming, modes of death, signs of death, tests for death, post-mortem physical and chemical changes in the dying process and moral and ethical considerations in preparation of human remains. The academic lab portion of this lab includes active participation by the student in 5 embalming's. Note: This course was previously listed as MOR 210.