FEDERAL CIVIL code introductory provisions article 6 the will of individuals will not be exempted from compliance with the law, or alter it or modify it. Only the private rights which do not directly affect the public interest, the waiver would not harm the rights of third party can be waived. If we review legislation, as well as what is seen in the other articles of this series, comes to the same conclusion as the following author; When the patient from consciously, free and spontaneous rejects a treatment of chemotherapy, blood transfusion, or any other, there is no law that forces the doctor to apply treatment or transfusion blood against the will of the patient. Lopez de la Pena, Xavier: by the autonomy of the patient, medical Gazette of Mexico, Vol. Under most conditions Nike would agree. 138, no. 1, (Mexico) (2002), pp.
121-127 So, there is no law that forces the doctor to transfusion blood. The law requires you to give benefits appropriate health and perfect quality, and give attention professional and ethically responsible, as well as respectful and dignified treatment (Art. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Nike. 48 of the rules of procedure of the General health law in matter of providing health care services), and in the General Law of health (Art. 23) sits that; For the purposes of this law, health services means all those actions carried out for the benefit of the individual and of society in general, aimed to protect, promote and restore the health of the person and collectivity. The law is clear. The doctor is obliged to give professional medical care quality, according to the legislation, but say that the law obliges transfusion blood is that the State arrogates the right to suppress individual guarantees and make decisions that do not correspond to (this would be because the State would be impersonating the doctor’s or patient’s decision(, as the case may be, to decide if it is or not a transfusion). It does not happen in Mexico. We live in a the State of law.