Crime Scene Clean Blog

Cleaning up bodily fluids is dangerous

Cleaning up bodily fluids is dangerous You may experience in your life a situation where you have to clean up blood or other bodily fluids from an accident in your home, business, or automobile. Blood and other bodily fluids can be extremely dangerous to clean and...

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Donating Blood

Donating blood In our society, people think that donating blood is a simple task. In reality, the process of giving blood can be overwhelming for some individuals. There are many steps to go through before you can give your donation, and it requires time and patience...

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Blood coagulation

Blood coagulation is a process by which blood clots form in response to injury. Blood clotting is the body's natural way of stopping bleeding and keeping wounds from becoming infected. This blog post will explore how blood coagulates, what it looks like when it does,...

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C. diff Cleanup and Disposal

C. diff and how Dangerous it can be to Clean up Clostridioides difficile is a bacterium that causes Clostridium difficile colitis in the colon. The illness often occurs after a patient uses antibiotic medications. After entering the individual’s body through their...

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What does a dead body smell like?

Does a dead body stink? YES! Human decomposition has to be the worst smell ever. Have you ever had rotten meat in your fridge and it turned your stomach? Human decomposition is about the same. I love it when people say that an animal smells worse than a human being....

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What do you do when you find a dead body?

First, you call the police or 911 The #1 rule is if you find a dead body is that you absolutely do not touch or go near it. CALL THE LOCAL POLICE RIGHT AWAY! Sometimes, an unconscious person may look dead, when in fact they need medical attention ASAP. If this is the...

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