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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Surg Tech,Occupational exposures to HIV and other bloodborne pathogens are fairly common. As a surg tech student, you should have been well briefed on what to do if an occupational exposure occurred. If not, you should advise the director of... Read more »
Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for your question,There is absolutely no risk from the situation you're describing. You can only get HIV when HIV+ body fluid comes out of someone's body and goes directly/immediately inside yours. This could not have happened in... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi, there:HIV does not live well outside of the body. Once the virus leaves the body it starts to die. Within a minutes time it would be unable to infect you. Also, we don't even know for sure if he is HIV positive. Just to be certain, you... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesNot a funny joke.The risk of transmission through this route is so unlikely that you should not be worrying about this. The primary route of transmission through blood contact is through needle-sharing, as there is the potential for significant... Read more »
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Earlier tonight, I walked outside with my socks on to put something in my truck (which was parked in the driveway). On my way back... Read more »
I got my 16 week HIV test. It was NEG. Can I stop testing. I'm really worried that I need to test out to 6 months.
I got the ELISA testfeom ehivtest.com.
I was worried becasue I still have some syptoms. One symptom that popped up is... Read more »
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Posted by billi302hi friends
i came to know that hiv virus dies in air exposure,and if there is hiv+ some blood on razor blade or tattoo pin,how can then person be effected..and it is considered as the low risk factor???..why.
thanks for ur knowledge sharing.
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