if hiv blood is mixed with a non-hiv blood would hiv be detected?
Q:if hiv blood is mixed with a non-hiv blood would hiv be detected?
More Answers to “if hiv blood is mixed with a non-hiv blood would hiv be detected?“yes because HIV will still be there. It is not hidden simply because non infected blood is mixed with it
Yes, it will still is. In the laboratory, we do procedures that are so sensitive that even the microliter part that is affected with HIV will still be detected. After that, we still do confirmatory tests.So it is not just an ordinary blood tests..it is a rigorous one.Of course, we don’t want to be releasing false results to patients..it will mean revocation of our licenses. Medical technologies now are way advanced so we can not trick them.Hope this helps. God bless! more than likely it would if enough of it is mixed..
Probably, but if you mean for a baby you can’t tell until the baby has been out of the womb for at least 2 months, before all of it’s mothers nutrients and what nots have run out of it’s system. It’s kind of complicated to explain, but, there ya go