HIV would not be passed with what you have described. HIV does not survive for long when it is out of the body, also HIV can get into the body through the mouth but its not the best way for HIV to be passed to someone, the chance of this happening is low.
The main factor that would prevent anything like this happening is that in Canada health care professionals follow strict infection control policies. They wash their hands between seeing clients and gloves when used are only used on that client and then thrown away. This helps prevent Bacteria, virus etc… Being passed from client to client in the health care setting.
It can be common for people to still be worried about a risk even after the information says there is no risk. If you find this is happening to you have a look at our worry page, it has some helpful hints to help with worry. Just click here to be taken to our worry page.
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