Jul 5, 2010
WHILE PROVIDING PERINEAL CARE FOR A PATIENT I HAD A SPLASH OF URINE IN MY EYES AND FACE. I CAN BE INFECTED WITH THE CONDITION OF HIV. THE PATIENT IS HIV POSITIVE
Response from Dr. Frascino
All occupational exposures should be reported, documented and evaluated by your occupational health department. That said, your HIV-acquisition risk is negligible at best. Urine that does not contain visible blood is not considered infectious for HIV.
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