Hipatitis B,c, Open Cut Contact To Blood On Surfaces
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Posted by AZT, 1 ReplyI've also found a doc who thinks that hiv is possible from deep tissuse wounds and not surface wounds?
http://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV-Prevention/Hiv-RIsk-from-Cut... Read more »
Posted by Whizkid, 1 Replythe incident i am talking about originally happened 10 weeks ago while i was sitting out in the ground of my university working on my assignment and there a student of the same uni whom i didnt know came to me and ask me for a spare Pen. i gave it... Read more »
Posted by luisferreira, 1 ReplyHi,
Some weeks ago and few hours before having protected sex
with a sex worker, I did shave my scrotum and had a one small bleeding cut
Is it possible to get infected from her vagina fluids if they did reach my cut, which I am sure it did happen? What... Read more »
Posted by Anonymoushi there,i was reading some posts about how hiv can infect through cuts,Why does the cdc say that all cuts should be bandaged up when dealing with hiv ppl?
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Posted by adrian18, 1 ReplyHello,
Yesterday I removed snow from the driveway with a shovel, that wasn't mine.
Outside were about 0 degrees Celsius. The shovel was broken in the middle, and it was held together with some scotch tape.
After 30 minutes of working, in the right hand... Read more »
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Stanford University, School of MedicineThat type of exposure would be considered low risk, but not no risk. There are no good numbers to go by. The virus will remain viable in fluid secretions as long as the material is moist. When it dries, it's dead.MH... Read more »
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HIV Infections Attributed to Male-to-Male Sexual Contact -- Metropolitan Statistical Areas, United States and Puerto Rico, 2010Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections attributed to male-to-male sexual contact comprised 64% of the estimated new HIV infections in the United States in 2009. 1 Assessing the geographic distribution of HIV infection by transmission... Read more »
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