This morning we were dissecting pig hearts. There was a lot of water or whatever is used to preserve the hearts in our dish. The instructor came over to look at what we have done and was opening the heart up and accidentally splashed some of the liquid out and a part of it (along with solid matter) went on my face! He said not to worry about it buti really don't think this guy is very big on lab safety and cleanliness. He doesn't make people clean or wear glasses, lab coats or anything! It was a tiny bit that was right by my mouth maybe a cm away. I ran to the bathroom and washed my face with soap and it was a bit red when I removed it. I also took a shower and washed like crazy when I got home an hour later. Has this happened to anyone? Did I do the right thing? Ugh it's so gross I want to dissect anymore bc of it. Also the chemicals freak me out!