Standard precautionsStandard precautions: The radiographer must understand the methods of isolating body substances (called Standard Precautions) and be able to correctly perform all transmission-based precautions as he or she works with patients. Correct cleaning of equipment, correct hand hygiene, and correct disposal of contaminated waste must be part of every procedure in imaging to guard against the spread of infection (94).
Privacy is such a big issue now that it is impossible to accurately answer this question with any degree of certainty.
I think that as long as the patient calls the shot, the answer will be D. Let's see why,
Health care workers, especially now, have to know what is going on with you. They have an oath keeping what they know about you private, even if you have given them permission to say something.
This one is tricky. Families should know what's going on. They are going to be the principle caregivers in most cases. However there are certain things you may not want generally known. Pregnancy is one of those things. Soon it will become obvious, but you still have the right not to have it known if you are not a minor. If there is an exception to who can know it is here.
You want doctors to be able to speak freely. You are a case to them. They have to know what's going on.