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 Blood
 Semen
 Vaginal Fluids
 Breast milk
 By having sex with an infected person
 By sharing needles/syringes with an infected
person
 During pregnancy, childbir...
 Needle sticks
 Splash in eyes
 Blood/ body fluids in open wounds/dry skin
 Universal Precautions
 DO NOT RECAP NEEDLES
 Report exposure immediately
 Take off PPE (personal protective equipment...
 Prevents transmission of blood borne pathogens
(germs) by direct/indirect contact
 Ex: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis
Follow all t...
 Gloves
 Gown
 Mask
 Goggles
No risk activities:
- no sex
- sex with only an Uninfected Monogamous
partner
Open mouth kissing is safe
Contact with your partner’s:
-blood
-semen/vaginal fluids
- breast milk
Activities:
Oral, anal, vaginal sex
Oral-anal cont...
No risk activites:
No Sex
Sex with only an uninfected monogamous partner
who does not share needles
** It is believed that...
Their past partners are your current partners
Using condoms greatly lowers risk of HIV/AIDS
transmission.
Use a Latex condom with nonoxynol 9 every
time from start to f...
 Saliva-no
 Bites- ?
 Tears-no
 Urine/stool/vomit- if contaminated with blood
 Breast milk yes
 None
 Casual contact
-sitting together
-eating/drinking after
each other
-living together
- shaking hands
-kissing/hugging
-sh...

 Blood donations
 Blood transfusion
◦ Screening process
◦ Testing process
Drug Use
=
Risk of HIV/AIDS
 Impairs judgment
 Sharing needles
 risk of unprotected sex
Transmission of hiv-cvberger
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  1. 1.  Blood  Semen  Vaginal Fluids  Breast milk
  2. 2.  By having sex with an infected person  By sharing needles/syringes with an infected person  During pregnancy, childbirth to baby  By breastfeeding
  3. 3.  Needle sticks  Splash in eyes  Blood/ body fluids in open wounds/dry skin
  4. 4.  Universal Precautions  DO NOT RECAP NEEDLES  Report exposure immediately  Take off PPE (personal protective equipment immediately)  Clean up blood/body fluid spills immediately ◦ Wipe up spill ◦ Disinfect with 1 part bleach/10 part water
  5. 5.  Prevents transmission of blood borne pathogens (germs) by direct/indirect contact  Ex: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis Follow all the time with all patients!!! Wash Hands!
  6. 6.  Gloves  Gown  Mask  Goggles
  7. 7. No risk activities: - no sex - sex with only an Uninfected Monogamous partner Open mouth kissing is safe
  8. 8. Contact with your partner’s: -blood -semen/vaginal fluids - breast milk Activities: Oral, anal, vaginal sex Oral-anal contact Mutual masturbation Sharing sex toys
  9. 9. No risk activites: No Sex Sex with only an uninfected monogamous partner who does not share needles ** It is believed that open mouth kissing is safe
  10. 10. Their past partners are your current partners
  11. 11. Using condoms greatly lowers risk of HIV/AIDS transmission. Use a Latex condom with nonoxynol 9 every time from start to finish unless you know your partner does not have HIV/AIDS
  12. 12.  Saliva-no  Bites- ?  Tears-no  Urine/stool/vomit- if contaminated with blood  Breast milk yes
  13. 13.  None
  14. 14.  Casual contact -sitting together -eating/drinking after each other -living together - shaking hands -kissing/hugging -sharing a phone -mosquito bites -toilet seats  Sharing: -razors -toothbrushes Contact sports
  15. 15.
  16. 16.  Blood donations  Blood transfusion ◦ Screening process ◦ Testing process
  17. 17. Drug Use = Risk of HIV/AIDS
  18. 18.  Impairs judgment  Sharing needles  risk of unprotected sex
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