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a bag in which the body of a dead soldier is placed

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Cadaver bags should be opened, and vapors should be allowed to escape.
Department of Energy personnel, PNP SAF, Smart Communications personnel and equipment, and cadaver bags were also flown today.
They must be placed in cadaver bags -- for burial and future identification, the same source, who requested anonymity, said.
Earlier, a report said that 1,400 unidentified bodies that were placed in cadaver bags were not yet buried in San Isidro village of Tacloban City.
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers I-2 Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 Bile Collection Bags I-3 Blood Bags I-3 Breathing Bags I-4 Cadaver Bags I-4 Enema Bags I-4 Enteral Feeding Bags I-4 Ice Bags I-4 Intravenous Fluid Containers I-4 Ostomy Collection Bags I-5 Sterilization Packaging Bags I-5 Urinary Collection Bags I-5 Other Medical Specialty Bags I-5 Manual Resuscitation Bags I-5 Ventilation Bags I-6 Self-Inflating Bags I-6 Anesthesia Bags I-6
Product Overview II-7 Bile Collection Bags II-7 Blood Bags II-7 Breathing Bags II-8 Cadaver Bags II-8 Enema Bags II-8 Enteral Feeding Bags II-8 Ice Bags II-8 Intravenous Fluid Containers II-8 Ostomy Collection Bags II-9 Sterilization Packaging Bags II-9 Urinary Collection Bags II-9 Other Medical Specialty Bags II-9 Manual Resuscitation Bags II-9 Ventilation Bags II-10 Self-Inflating Bags II-10 Anesthesia Bags II-10 Key Materials Used for Medical Bags II-10
INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers I-2 Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 Bile Collection Bags I-3 Blood Bags I-4 Breathing Bags I-4 Cadaver Bags I-4 Enema Bags I-4 Enteral Feeding Bags I-4 Ice Bags I-4 Intravenous Fluid Containers I-5 Ostomy Collection Bags I-5 Sterilization Packaging Bags I-5 Urinary Collection Bags I-5 Other Medical Specialty Bags I-5 Manual Resuscitation Bags I-5 Ventilation Bags I-6 Self-Inflating Bags I-6 Anesthesia Bags I-6
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-16 Bile Collection Bags II-16 Blood Bags II-16 Breathing Bags II-17 Cadaver Bags II-17 Enema Bags II-17 Enteral Feeding Bags II-17 Ice Bags II-17 Intravenous Fluid Containers II-17 Ostomy Collection Bags II-18 Sterilization Packaging Bags II-18 Urinary Collection Bags II-18 Other Medical Specialty Bags II-18 Manual Resuscitation Bags II-18 Ventilation Bags II-19 Self-Inflating Bags II-19 Anesthesia Bags II-19 Key Materials Used for Medical Bags II-19 Medical Packaging Materials Industry - A Perspective II-19
But even these flights have been busy bringing in relief goods, cadaver bags, medicine, vaccines, social workers, rescuers, and medical staff.
Table 22: World Historic Review for Cadaver Bags by Geographic
Table 23: World 15-Year Perspective for Cadaver Bags by
Local Department of Health officials have facilitated the provision of 150 cadaver bags as requested by regional health authorities," the agency said.
Table 20: World Historic Review for Cadaver Bags by Geographic
Table 19: World Historic Review for Cadaver Bags by Geographic