Are you asking if you can get infected with a needle that has infected dry blood on it? if so to answer ur question, No. The virus dies within hours of exposure to air and when the blood dries out the virus dies with it. Only if it was highly contaminated and very very recent after the blood dried there could be a chance of infection, but close to zero.
It doesn't take a lot of blood to catch HIV ! A single drop of infected blood is enough !
If the blood is dry, the HIV virus is dead; unlike other viruses such as HBV (hepatitis B).
If the fluid in the needle (I assume blood) does not contain the HIV virus, it is impossible to get HIV from the needle stick. If the blood in the needle is infected with HIV, then there is a fair chance the virus will be transmitted.
Women and men get HIV from sex with an infected partner; needle sharing; needle injury; infected blood products; or birth to an infected mother.
You might catch HIV from a cut. If you get blood from someone with HIV in your cut then you can catch HIV.
If the needle has the residue of someone who was infected with HIV/AIDS's blood on it, and the needle goes under your skin and into your blood, then yes. However, unless you're punctured by the needle, you can't be infected with HIV.
then blood has dried,iHIV would die!!!
if your partner is clean and the only needle used is for insulin which is a clean needle every time can you get hiv from this? and also what is a false positive for blood work for hiv
yes you can but only if it has been used on someone else who has hiv and molecules of their blood on the needle still remain and is inserted into your blood stream
no, You get Aid's when Your Blood is toutched by someone elses HIV blood. so Unless they did that needle right into your arm, i doubt that you would get HIV
The HIV virus dies when exposed to the air, so dried blood and dried semen are perfectly safe.
Because you might catch an infection, HIV is a blood transmitted infection for example.
If the blood on the clothing has been exposed to air and has solidified, then there is zero chance of you becoming infected. Strange as it may seem, air is the most efficient means of killing HIV - so once it is exposed to air, HIV can only survive for a matter of minutes. The only circumstances in which HIV will survive outside of the body is if it is kept warm and moist in some sort of airtight container .. such as a syringe / hypodermic needle.
HIV is spread through blood and sexual fluids. If the needle had blood or sexual fluids that contained HIV and it came in contact with YOUR blood or sexual fluids (i.e. if you pricked your finger with it), then yes, it is possible that HIV spread.
no because the aids virus wont survive that long outside the body and besides you said the blood was dried that mean the viruses been dead longmtime
well it depends if the person with the HIV have their blood on the needle &nd yuh cut yous self with the same needle yes theres a possiable chance.
HIV will not survive long outside the body; in most cases if the blood is completely dry, the virus is dead.
The HIV virus will die immediately it is exposed to the air. So there is no danger from dried blood or dried semen. Cold will not kill HIV. It actually stabilizes it. If stored at extremely low temperatures, HIV can "live" for months.
Only if it enters your blood stream.
Blood, semen, vaginal fluid and breast milk. However, HIV that was present in blood that dried (+hours), is not transmittable.
If the needle isn't contaminated with HIV, then it can't transmit HIV.
Very, very high risk of getting one, but if the needle is just sitting there for a long time, probably the risk lowers because HIV needs white blood cells to live.
If a clean needle is used (That hasn't been use before) no