How would you use the bioethical checklist recommended by Bennett and Naranja to address this situation?

1)Access the Nano.gov web site. Click on Nanotechnology 101 and read about, what it is and how it works. Then click on Nanotechnology and You and review the 6 subsections.2)After reading and studying information about nanotechnology, outline a research study question that measures the impact of nanotechnology in health information technology.3)Read this case study and answer the questions below:
Case Study: Consider the following scenario: A patient with diabetes is about to be stampedwith a tattoo that will identify the patient at the molecular level; the tattoo comprises tiny particles that are configured to detect biochemical shifts in metabolismto monitor glucose levels. This is now a part of the scientific revolution related tothe use of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials in the field of nanomedicine andmay become a common treatment for diabetes. Tattoos used to monitor glucoselevels are an example of the miniaturization of medicine. This particular patienthas watched sci-fi movies, is familiar with the term “grey goo,” and is fearful of thetreatment approach. The physician explains to the patient that the use of the tattoowill be the best for her treatment plan. When the physician leaves the room, the patient states, “I don’t know about this tattoo thing. I have never wanted a tattoo,and this sounds like some sort of sci-fi movie I watched a while back.”
a) How would you use the bioethical checklist recommended by Bennett and Naranja to address this situation? (See(. Getting nano tattoos right – a checklist of legal and ethical hurdles for an emerging nanomedical technology. Semantic Scholar.
b) What ethical principles are at play within this scenario?
c) How might you educate the patient on what nanotechnology is and how it works to alleviate concerns?
d) What common treatments for smoking cessation and cardiac disease might you use to compare the tattoo treatment to and to explain how nanotechnology works?