Conclusion The use of pharmacological interventions against cystic fibrosis has far-reaching implications for nursing care
It really is prospective that the patients permit the revelation of confidential information to medical contingent participating in treatment. All data that could reveal the identity of the patient should be protected. The degree of protection should be adequate kind of data storage. Patients have a right of accessing medical history as well as all materials associated with diagnosis and treatment. Patient has the right to obtain copies of those materials. Nonetheless, data concerning the third party should not be available to the patient.
Patient has the right to request correction, additions, improvements, and eradication of personal and medical treatment if they are inaccurate, incomplete, or irrelevant to the justification of diagnosis and treatment.
Any intrusion into matters of personal and family life of the patient is prohibited, except for cases where the patient does not object to this interference and when the need is dictated by the objectives of diagnosis and treatment.
In any case, medical intrusion in secrecy of the patient, of course, involves consideration for his secrets. Therefore, such an encroachment could be carried out only in the presence of properly needful for its carrying persons, unless otherwise wish of the patient (Balint 19).
Patients coming in the health care setting have the right to rely on the existence of inventory in this facility and equipment necessary for ensuring the preservation of medical confidentiality, especially in those cases where medical professionals provide care, conduct research and treatment.