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hazardous and non-hazardous practices and AIDS


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A warning about the hazardous and the non-hazardous practices in relation to the transmission of AIDS issued by the Bundesministerium für Jugend, Familie, Frauen und Gesundheit [Federal Ministry for Youth, Family, Women and Health]. Colour lithograph.


Nur hier kann AIDS eine Gefahr sein: Der AIDS-Erreger HIV wird durch infiziertes Blut, Samenflüssigkeit, Scheidenflüssigkeit oder möglicherweise Muttermilch von Mensch zu Mensch übertragen. Die praktisch wichtigen Übertragungswege sind deshalb: ... Hier nicht: Bei der Arbeit im Betrieb gibt es praktisch kein AIDS=Risiko! Ungefährlich sind insbesondere: ...Erste Hilfe - keine AIDS-Gefahr bei Beachtung weniger Regeln: ... Angst vor AIDS oder HIV ist kein Grund, eine Erste-Hilfe-Leistung zu verweigern oder zu verzögern! Bears logo: Gib AIDS keine chance [give AIDS no chance] Translation of text: [in red:] Only the following can be a threat to AIDS: The AIDS pathogen HIV is through infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk may be from human to human. The practically important transmission routes are: ... [in green:] This does not: When working in operations, there is virtually no risk of AIDS =! Non-hazardous, in particular: ... First Aid - no risk of AIDS in less attention to rules: ... Fear of AIDS or HIV is no reason, a first-aid service to refuse or delay!


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