6. Provide idea about the patient and a nurse patient’s lear

6. Provide idea about the patient and a nurse patient’s learning… 6. Provide idea about the patient and a nurse patient’s learning needs, readiness to learn, and learning style. Include how you assessed this. Jema is an 18-year-old aboriginal female, who lives on the reserve with her mother who is in her fifties.  Living on the reserve Jema and her mother lived like most aboriginals. They eat what they grow or breed on the reserve. As for Jema and her mother they are vegetarians. They consume a great deal of seeds, fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Growing up Jema has always been a very intelligent child.  She attended elementary school on the reserve, middle school not far from home and recently graduated high school lower down the street. Jema now has plans to move to the city to further her education to build a better life for herself and her mom. However, a few months ago Jema started to feel pain. It started off as some sudden pain that went away after taking Tylenol and didn’t seem to be a bother, except causing her to lose her appetite.  On Monday night, Jema woke up feeling excruciating pain and was rushed to the hospital. Upon admission, she complains of persistent pain behind her umbilicus. She also stated feeling nauseous and started to vomit. Her mother is restless and explains to the nurse that her daughter has no problems, and she is healthy. Also, she cries and tries not to let her daughter see her crying and anxiety. During the assessment, she stated that the pain shifts to her right lower quadrant. Further assessment reveals:Tenderness in the abdominal areaMuscle guardingSlightly febrileWorsening of the pain while trying to walk or any other lower body movements.FeverConstipationBloating of the abdomenDiagnostic Test reveals:High white blood cell countAbdominal Imaging tests abdominal X-ray, an abdominal ultrasound, computerized tomography (CT) scan and (MRI) which confirm inflamed appendixUrinary tests rule out genitourinary conditions Findings concluded Jema was diagnosed with Acute Appendicitis. She was scheduled to have an operation to remove the appendix. Jema expresses to the nurse that she is fearful of the pain after surgeryReferencesLewis, S. L., Bucher, L., Heitkemper, M. M., & Dirksen, S. R. (2014). Clinical Companion to             Medical-Surgical Nursing-E-Book. St Louis, MO: Elsevier Health Sciences.Potter, P. A., Perry, A. G., Stockert, P. A., Hall, A., Astle, B. J., & Duggleby, W. (2018). Canadian             Fundamentals of Nursing-E-Book. St Louis, MO: Elsevier Health Sciences.Health Science Science Nursing PNH 401

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