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Are there any chances of getting aids from getting aids blood on a cut?

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Dr. Kristin Cox
Wound care

In brief: Yes.

Any time you have an open wound that is exposed to a patient with hiv/aids, there is a risk to becoming infected.
The risk is very small, however, you should be checked out by your physician - they may want you to be tested and/or treated prophylactically depending on the circumstances.

In brief: Yes.

Any time you have an open wound that is exposed to a patient with hiv/aids, there is a risk to becoming infected.
The risk is very small, however, you should be checked out by your physician - they may want you to be tested and/or treated prophylactically depending on the circumstances.
Dr. Kristin Cox
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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care

In brief: Possible

Health-care workers have on rare occasions become infected with HIV by being stuck with needles containing hiv-infected blood.
A few have also become infected by hiv-infected blood getting into the bloodstream through an open cut, or splashing onto a mucous membrane (e.g. The eyes or the inside of the nose). There have been only a very few documented instances of patients acquiring HIV by workers.

In brief: Possible

Health-care workers have on rare occasions become infected with HIV by being stuck with needles containing hiv-infected blood.
A few have also become infected by hiv-infected blood getting into the bloodstream through an open cut, or splashing onto a mucous membrane (e.g. The eyes or the inside of the nose). There have been only a very few documented instances of patients acquiring HIV by workers.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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