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1. A blood splash on your skin is a low risk for HIV, since HIV dies very quickly when it leaves the human body. It's hard to say there is no risk since you did have some cuts on your hands, but definately low risk.
2. You should not worry, but you might as well get a test at 6 weeks - 3 months after the accident and know for sure. We advise anyone who is sexually active to get an HIV test, so just consider this a reminder to get your routine HIV and STI testing done.
This answer was posted on June 16, 2014