Sep 15, 2004
My daughter went to the doctor this week and before i could say no she stuck her hand on the needle box where they put used needles, of course she didn't touch a needle but it had dried blood from where they had put the needles in there, i washed her hands right away any risk? Thanks
Response from Dr. Lee
No. There is no risk of dried blood transmitting HIV through unbroken skin.
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