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    Unattended Death Cleanup

    After a death, nature immediately begins the process of breaking down a body. This process begins right away and signs of biological decomposition can appear in as little as a day. As decomposition continues, biological fluids begin to seep from the body. These fluids are rich in nutrients that are desirable to bacteria, insects and mold. In addition to promoting the growth of bacteria, insects and mold, these fluids release a 'death' odor. The visual and olfactory components of this decomposition can overwhelm senses. In addition, unattended death scene can be dangerous due to the blood-borne pathogens, bacteria and mold spores. While most people understand the risks of exposure to blood borne pathogens such as HIV and Hepatitis there are additional risks associated with the death cleanup of this type of scene. Exposure may result in flu-like illness or attacks on the respiratory system. As such these scenes are better left to professionals that specialize in blood and bio fluid remediation
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