A patient had an NG tube with tube feeding that was clogged, I went to flush the NG tube with NS and I was unable to de-clog it and in the process some of the NS sprayed out of the tube and hit me on the face, right below my nose and my upper lip. (I am not 100% sure if it hit my upper lip as well). I think that since I was not able to flush the tube that all I got hit on the face with was normal saline? I washed my face afterwards and I understand hep C is transferred via blood but I would like to know what my chances are of contracting hep C this way. The patient does have hep C.