hello drs..i dont know where i should ask this question but hope you help me ..We use syringe to take a blood samples and transfer liquids out of the body. I’m talking about take a blood samples with syringe.. Anyway The needle is used to pierce the top layer of the skin, and we can take a blood from the bloodstream. So the needle (sharp point of the end) must contact with skin and after this it can come in body and take blood from bloodstream……. if someone wash his skin with dishwasher liquid but doesn’t wash his skin carefully and some dishwasher was(remain) on the skin ,so needle first contact skin with some dishwasher liquid on it ,and after this needle come in blood stream and take a blood sample..so my question: can dishwasher liquid on skin come in blood sample (syringe ) by needle??i mean needle contacted with skin with dishwasher liquid and pick up some dishwasher on it sharp point (on the contact area with needle and skin for pierce the skin) so some dishwasher get syringe?
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am glad to help you out.
If someone applied the dishwasher liquid on the skin and then there was skin puncture with a needle, then there are chances of particles of dishwasher liquid being introduced inside but these chances are very slim and there is nothing much to worry about.
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