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Baby Transfers Objects From Hand To Hand
Hand washing vs hand sanitizer? Which is better when done performing blood draws! would hand sanitizer prevent me from getting infected?
Both work.: It's my understanding that hand washing and hand sanitizer are both good; certainly they are far better than not washing hands. If you are drawing blood, wear gloves. Don't re-cap needles, because you really can get stuck. If you should have a needle stick injury where you are in contact with a patient's blood, call your supervisor, the nursing supervisor, or the employee health department. ...Read more
YES: Yes but not necessarily. Obtain a physical examination and an xray for a definitive answer. ...Read more
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Can you contract anything (diseases, viruses, etc.) by touching someone's hand? I used hand sanitizer and washed hands shortly after contact.
Very unlikely: Shaking hands is a standard means of human greeting. It is done millions of times per day and our natural body defenses render it very unlikely that anything will be contacted that way. Hand sanitizers are useful to lower the spread of infectious illness, but most are not infected. Do not worry about this common practice of greeting your fellow human beings. ...Read more
Yes: But make sure your hands are air dried before putting them in. ...Read more
From canada my bf used 2 kleenez not bare hands to pick up dead baby bird and dispose.Than carried in groceries without washing hands. Contamination?
Germs are everywher: Germs are everywhere, I would not expect that the two of you were going to eat off of those grocery bags. With food preparation and refrigeration your bacterial burden is usually reduced significantly. I wouldn't be any more concerned about this ,that if you went outside and played in the yard and came in and ate dinner without washing your hands. The normal human body has a great immune system. ...Read more
My colleague uses a lot of hand sanitizer to clean her tables. Can the alcohol evaporated from the sanitizer damage the eyes and respiratory system?
Unlikely an issue: Direct contact of the sanitizer with the delicate surface of the eye would be harmful. However, the dissipation of the alcohol vapor as it evaporates from the cleaned surfaces has such a low concentration that harm to the eyes or lungs would be unlikely. Using such products in open spaces is less worrisome than those that are confined and poorly ventilated . ...Read more
C5-c6 quadriplegic, body paralyzed from waist-down, no finger dexterity, cant move arms completely. wants to go for hand cycling. possible? Safe?
Sleve of jumper knocked glove used to carry clothes with possible body fluids then knocked cuts on wrist HIV or hepatitis risk washed hands and wrist?
Unnecessary Worries: Nope. There is 100% impossibility to have been exposed to any infectious disease in the scenario you describe. Please take your panic and channel it into learning the very basic facts of these infections; please learn how to treat those infected with respect and empathy. ...Read more
Therapy: Total paralysis post stroke usually does not recover. But if you have some function, then a program of occupational therapy, often supplemented by specific splints, may be quite helpful. One form of treatment consists of restraining the non-paralyzed hand, so that the patient won't be tempted to use the unaffected hand instead (this treatment can provide very good results). See a pm&r doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can HPV transfer through inanimate objects? Lets say a person with HPV touches their genitals and then touches an object and then I touch that object with dry/cracked hands, an open wound, or I touch my own genitals afterwards. Is infection possible?
I have a pulling pain between the thumb knuckle and the wrist when opening safety gates, jars etc working hand movements ?
Inflammation: It sounds like inflammation of the tendon...did you injure it in some way? Have it seen by your doctor if it persists. In the meantime there are some simple things that may help. Homeopathic Arnica, Rhus tox and Bryonia (all three at same time) can help with the pain. Stopping gluten can also help...over time..that is not a quick fix. I have great success with Traditional Chinese medicine as well ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do you consider a person who has paralyzed their dominant arm from the shoulder down to the hand to be disabled?
Yes, no, maybe: "Disabled" has many different meanings, depending on exactly what the question is asking about. There are no perfect humans, which means everyone has some sort of disability or handicap. Of course, we can't call everyone disabled or else the word would become meaningless. Losing use of an arm is a huge handicap but whether or not "the person is disabled" depends on the question's specific details. ...Read more
Arm and shirt knocked mans walker handles if he touched it with body fluids and hands with open cuts or face touched arm or shirt HIV or hepatitis?
HepB & HepA vaccinee: It would be a miraculous chance if hepb/hepc/hiv were contracted this way. If man has active hepa, recently used restroom, got pee and poo on his hands which he did not wash, and his hands were still wet when he talked the walker, and your arm came in to contact with wet pee and poo contaminated part of the walker, and shortly thereafter your arm came into contact with your arm, hep a is possble. ...Read more
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