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Transfer of HIV infection to a normal person. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
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User :   if an hiv infected person makes the injury on the hand and applys the same blood on the normal person with a very small and thin layer of the above skin injured. is there any chances of the normal person getting infected by hiv?
Doctor :   it depends if the small injury on the normal person is bleeding
Doctor :   did you get that?
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User :   ya ther was small and very little amount of blood jst attached to skin
Doctor :   the incidence of a -person getting infected with hiv when a accidental needle prick from ahiv positive patient is 0.003
User :   if an infected person touches that that blood through direct his blood to the normal person blood or through any door lock key,is ther chances of normal person getting infected?
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User :   IF AN INFECTED PERSON TOUCHES THAT BLOOD THROUGH DIRECT HIS BLOOD TO THE NORMAL PERSON BLOOD OR THROUGH ANY DOOR LOCK KEY, IS THER ANY CHANCES OF NORMAL PERSON GETTING INFECTED BY HIV?
Doctor :   this depends on how long after the infected blood
Doctor :   had touched the door
Doctor :   the normal came in touch with that blood
Doctor :   Please remove the Caps lock..
Doctor :   Are you ther?
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