According to Pupulim and Sawada (2002, P. 2) the patient little questions this invasion because, in its perception, it is necessary for its recovery, however it demonstrates constaint, shame and embarrassment that can be demonstrated through gestures or by the face expression. However, it fits to the nursing to preserve the privacy of the patient through the available resources, using, for example, a screen for accomplishment of procedures, requesting that the companions wait outside of the when necessary room, looking for to display the minimum possible the body of the patient. It suggests the author, To ask for permission to undress and to touch values the patient, as to be only peculiar e, and that its body is under its domain. For them this attitude and the respect confers dignity, however others allege disrespect for its preferences to get privacy on the part of some professionals in certain occasions.
(PUPULIM; SAWADA, 2010, p.39). We can affirm that the privacy is a necessity, a right of all human being, being indispensable for configuration of its dignity. We must consider privacy of ample form in what it says respect to the protection of the privacy of the patient, thus facilitating the work process and increasing the interaction with the nursing team, what at the same time it makes possible the humanizado attendance. In accordance with Saints et al (2010, P. 879) as well as man and social being, the necessary patient to feel that we as consider professional it, as to be integral e, at the same time singular, in its necessities, that is, understanding that each patient is different of the other or social daily product of the specific one. In this perspective, we cannot ignore the values that the patient attributes to the experience of the internment, represented through the actions of the nursing team, being thus, the factors of its positive or negative experience.