During combat training, when the defender kicked high, his forearm was cut by the opponent's toenails and bled. The other party came to class wearing open toed slippers. Someone often took the dog in the elevator in the building. If a dog infected with rabies licked his toenails, would he be infected with rabies? In addition, if the other party has AIDS and other infectious diseases, is it possible to be infected? thank you!
Hello, you said the situation combat training when defending the other side high kick, by the other foot nail fingernails bleed, this situation will not survive on the other toenails, such as rabies virus and HIV and other infectious viruses, will not be infected with HIV, rabies virus and other infectious diseases, do not need to worry.
According to the consultation, a cut was made in the arm and there was local bleeding. I wonder if the local wound has been cleaned and disinfected. Is Bondi used for protection? If the wound is licked by a dog with rabies virus, there is a risk of rabies virus infection. Once the need for rabies vaccination is determined. But there is no risk of HIV infection.
According to your description, this situation is not usually infected with rabies or AIDS. The transmission of rabies and AIDS is transmitted through blood. It needs to protect itself at ordinary times, and avoid scratching or bitten by small animal as far as possible. Take care to have a good rest.
Rabies is an infectious disease caused by biting or scratching the skin of animals carrying rabies virus. It can also be transmitted through fresh wound contact with dog saliva, which requires direct contact. Don't worry if you don't have direct contact.
AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease, and can also be transmitted through blood. If the other side is an AIDS patient, you have fresh skin wounds, fresh wounds and fresh blood are easy to infect. You are only fingernail contacts.