Nursing students are supposed to work jointly with others to uphold and enhance the wellbeing and benefit of the patients, their family members, carers, and every stakeholder. Furthermore, the professional values for nursing learners and professionals demand them to be open and ingenuous, promote integrity, and support the status of the career. The professional principles affirm that the decisions and health of the patients ought to be valued and safeguarded. Nonetheless, when such rights involve patients’ refusal of possible lifesaving care, serious concerns develop. On this note, every patient has a right to decline blood transfusion, surgical practice, or a form of care that they consider inappropriate regardless of whether others find it suitable. If a nurse in any health facility decides to offer care or carry out a medical procedure devoid of the consent or agreement by the patient, he/she could face battery charges. However, the implication of blood transfusion in saving the life of patients can in no way be undervalued.