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    Embalming

    What is embalming?

    Embalming is the thorough disinfection and preservation of the deceased’s body. Embalming helps preserve the body from decay. It also restores and presents the body in presentable form. Contrary to beliefs, internal organs are not removed when the body is embalmed.

    Is embalming required by law?

    No, embalming is not required by law.

    However, if the family opts to allow viewing of the deceased during the funeral wake, embalming is advisable. Otherwise, the dead body may also be placed in a hermetically sealed coffin, for up to 7 days before burial or cremation.

    Regardless whether embalming is carried out or not, written permission from Director-General Public Health is required to retain a dead body for any period exceeding 7 days after death..

    IRENE, a registered nurse is also the first Asian to be registered with the New Zeland Embalming Association in 1993. She has been in the embalming business ever since she returned from the Central Institute of Mortuary Science from Victoria University. She majored in anatomy, physiology, chemistry embalming science,sociology, psychology in relation to counselling skills and relationship

    Contact her at 95582834

    IRENE, a registered nurse is also the first Asian to be registered with the New Zeland Embalming Association in 1993. She has been in the embalming business ever since she returned from the Central Institute of Mortuary Science from Victoria University. She majored in anatomy, physiology, chemistry embalming science,sociology, psychology in relation to counselling skills and relationship. She is a qualified embalmer in Singapore to handle the bodies of Aids patients.

    Contact her at 95582834

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