Is there anything you could have done to prevent the encounter from being tense and awkward?

Discussion #5: Gastrointestinal/Genitourinary Systems11 unread reply.11 reply.Forum Each student must post (1) substantial initial post with a minimum of 250 words by Friday of each week before 11:59 PM. All posts and replies must contain at least (2) professional references, one may be the course textbook, properly cited in the current APA format. Late discussion posts are not accepted in this course.The student must also reply to at least TWO classmates using a minimum of 125 words per reply by Sunday before 11:59 PM (see grading rubric attached). All replies in the discussion forum should enhance the discussion and include leading questions. Non-informative messages posted in the discussion forum will not be counted towards the required number of replies for that topic.Grading RubricDiscussion_Forum_Grading_Rubric_100points.docxDownload Discussion_Forum_Grading_Rubric_100points.docxDiscussion TopicYou are a nursing student who is assigned to a busy medical-surgical unit. Today, you’ve been assigned to Ms. Ehsan, a patient who has been diagnosed with upper gastrointestinal bleeding and a urinary tract infection. Your RN preceptor and yourself enter Ms. Ehsan’s room to conduct a routine assessment. Due to Ms. Ehsan’s condition, her stool and urine has had a particularly foul odor which, consequently, has made her room also smell quite foul. You try your best to not draw attention to the smell but your RN preceptor is much more obvious about her feelings and is making faces of disgust. You look to Ms. Ehsan and you know she knows; she knows the room does not smell well and that it is having an effect on you and your RN preceptor. You ultimately finish your assessment but the situation remained tense and awkward throughout your entire time with Ms. Ehsan.How could this situation have been handled more therapeutically? Is there anything you could have done to prevent the encounter from being tense and awkward?Was the RN preceptor wrong for making a face? What if he/she could not “control their face” when smelling something foul? Is there anything that could have been done to be more respectful?