staff nurse mcqs,Nursing Exam mcqs



       Q. No. 32         The most reliable way to assess the respiratory status of a patient is-


Option A
Observe the chest rising and falling
Option B
Listen and feel the air movement
Option C
Use cardiac monitor
Option D
Count respiration for 10 second
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 32 0052032
Level of consciousness of a client is assess using -
Option A
Lund browder method
Option B
Braden scale+GCS Scale
Option C
GCS Scale
Option D
Lund browder method +GCS Scale
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 33 0052033
The term gavage indicates-
Option A
Administration of a liquid feeding into the stomach
Option B
Visual examination of the stomach
Option C
Irrigation of the stomach with a solution
Option D
A surgical opening through the abdomen to the stomach
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 34 0052034
Appropriate distance to be maintained between eye and dropper while instilling eye drops is-
Option A
1-2 cm
Option B
3-4 cm
Option C
4-6 cm
Option D
6-8 cm
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 35 0052035
In ABG analysis, which parameters are assessed-
Option A
Sodium bicarbonate, pH
Option B
Sodium bicarbonate, carbon dioxide, oxygen, pH
Option C
Sodium bicarbonate, carbon dioxide, pH
Option D
Carbon dioxide, oxygen, pH
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 36 0052036
The incision site of tracheostomy are-
Option A
1st & 2nd tracheal ring
Option B
2nd & 3rd tracheal ring
Option C
5th tracheal ring
Option D
6th tracheal ring
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 37 0052037
A nurse is caring for a 9 year old child who underwent to tonsillectomy , which of the following observation by the nurse is most concerned?
Option A
30ml of dark brown secretion


Option B
Heart rate of 90 beats/minute
Option C
Infrequent swallowing
Option D
Expectorating bright red secretion
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 38 0052038
Patient with colostomy should be advised to eat-
Option A
Bland diet
Option B
Food low in fibre
Option C
Everything they ate, before surgery but will avoid the foods that causes gas
Option D
Soft foods
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 39 0052039
A major causative organism for peptic ulcer is-
Option A
Escherichia coli
Option B
streptococci
Option C
Staphylococcus
Option D
Helicobactor pylori
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 40 0052040
The most common early symptom of laryngeal cancer is-
Option A
Dysphagia
Option B
Hoarseness of voice
Option C
Airway obstruction
Option D
Pneumothorax
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 41 0052041
All of the following factors increases gastric motility-
Option A
Abdominal distension
Option B
Fear
Option C
Stress
Option D
Vagotomy
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 42 0052042
The most common AIDS related neoplasm is -
Option A
Non-hodgkin lymphoma
Option B
Cervical cancer
Option C
Kaposi's sarcoma
Option D
Hodgkin lymphom
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 43 0052043
Which of the following characteristics indicates protein deficiency in a client-
Option A
Spoon shaped nails
Option B
Increased bleeding time


Option C
Negative nitrogen balance
Option D
Positive nitrogen balance
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 44 0052044
The light sensitive and pigmented layer of tissue in the eye is-
Option A
Lens
Option B
Retina
Option C
Cornea
Option D
Iris
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 45 0052045
.............bladder is expected when a patient is experiencing spinal shock-
Option A
Spastic
Option B
Normal
Option C
Atonic
Option D
Un controlled
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 46 0052046
The nurse received a patient from cath lab following cardiac catheterisation which among the following is the priority nursing action?
Option A
Assess the pain
Option B
Administered ordered medication
Option C
Check distal site pulse
Option D
Check level of consciousness
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 47 0052047
Complication of bronchiectasis is-
Option A
Cerebral abscess
Option B
Lung abscess
Option C
Amyloidosis
Option D
All the above
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 48 0052048
Identify the pulmonary consolidation among the following-
Option A
Dullness
Option B
Increased fremitus
Option C
Crackles
Option D
All the above
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 49 0052049
Highest oxygen concentration will be delivered by-
Option A
Nasal catheter
Option B
Nasal cannula
Option C
Partial non-rebreather mask




Option D
Correct Option
Simple Omask
C


Q. No. 50 0052050
Jadu is suffering from peptic ulcer, during his discharge counselling educate her to avoid-
Option A
Coffee and cola
Option B
Alcohol
Option C
Spicy food item
Option D
All the above
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 51 0052051
Which of the following is a complication of splenectomy?
Option A
Cholecystitis
Option B
Pancreatitis
Option C
Appendicitis
Option D
Gastritis
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 52 0052052
Pre operative OT for appendectomy NOT includes-
Option A
Enema stat
Option B
Consent
Option C
Removal jewelleries
Option D
Skin preparation
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 53 0052053
Amount of blood filtered in renal capsule per minute is known as-
Option A
Urine/minute
Option B
Tidal volume
Option C
Blood flow/minute
Option D
GFR
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 54 0052054
The sensation of pain that is described most commonly by the patients with angina is-
Option A
Knifelike
Option B
Heaviness
Option C
Sharp
Option D
Tearing
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 55 0052055
The first choice of drug for treating MI?
Option A
Streptomycin
Option B
Streptokinase
Option C
Nitro-glycerine
Option D
Heparin




Correct Option
B


Q. No. 56 0052056
Which of the following drug is used to prevent blood clotting during hemodialysis procedure-
Option A
Aspirin
Option B
Heparin
Option C
Protamin sulphate
Option D
Coumadin
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 57 0052057
Dopamine is preferred in the management of shock, because it-
Option A
Decreases cardiac output
Option B
Has prolonged action
Option C
Peripheral vasoconstriction effect
Option D
Has renal vasodilatory effect
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 58 0052058
The effect of the drug on parasympathetic function declines rapidly in all organs except-
Option A
Eye
Option B
Heart
Option C
Smooth muscle organs
Option D
Glands
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 59 0052059
Exposure to noise above which of the following db level causes permanent hearing loss-
Option A
>60db
Option B
>90db
Option C
>100db
Option D
>160db
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 60 0052060
Registration of pregnant women within 12 weaks is the primary responsibility of
Option A
ASHA
Option B
Gram sevika
Option C
ANM
Option D
AWW
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 61 0052061
Transport host is one which -
Option A
Parasite passes its sexual stage
Option B
Parasite remains asexual
Option C
Organism remain alive but does not undergo development
Option D
Life cycle is not complete
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 62 0052062
Outbreak of disease in bird population-
Option A
Epidemic
Option B
Endemic
Option C
Epornithic
Option D
Zoonoses
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 63 0052063
Chain of spreading of malaria is-
Option A
Man-arthropod-man
Option B
Mammal-bird-man
Option C
Man-pig-man
Option D
Bird-arthropod-man
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 64 0052064
BCG is-
Option A
Inactive vaccine
Option B
Live attenuated vaccine
Option C
Killed vaccine
Option D
Toxoides
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 65 0052065
Negri bodies were found in which disease condition?
Option A
Measles
Option B
Rabies
Option C
Rubella
Option D
Pertusis
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 66 0052066
As per RCH, The first referral unit is---------------
Option A
District hospital
Option B
PHC
Option C
CHC
Option D
Sub centre
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 67 0052067
Most potential agent that can be used in bioterrorism-
Option A
Viral encephalitis
Option B
TB
Option C
Clostridium botullinum
Option D
Brucellosis
Correct Option
C






Q. No. 68 0052068
Following are the elements of primary health care, except-

Health education
Option A
Option B
Intersectoral coordination
Option C
Cost effectiveness
Option D
Provision of essential drug
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 69 0052069
Common side effect of cu-T.
Option A
Pain
Option B
Bleeding
Option C
Vaginal discharge
Option D
Pelvic inflammation
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 70 0052070
Contraindications for OCP Use-
Option A
Thromboembolism
Option B
Liver disease
Option C
Breast cancer
Option D
All the above
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 71 0052071
Scotch tape swab is used to identify-
Option A
Tape worm
Option B
Pin worm
Option C
Angilostoma
Option D
Hoock worm
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 72 0052072
Among the following secondary prevention of TB is-
Option A
BCG Vaccination
Option B
Health education
Option C
DOTS treatment
Option D
Sputum test
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 73 0052073
Which among the following activity need to be restricted in a client with Parkinson's disease?
Option A
Walking on the yard on a cold winter day
Option B
Taking cold water bath
Option C
Taking food item which is high in water content
Option D
Sitting on the beach in sun on a summer day
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 74 0052074
OCD is best managed with which of the following psychotherapy:-


Option A
Psychodynamic
Option B
Interpersonal
Option C
Cognitive behaviour
Option D
Supportive
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 75 0052075
Creating imaginary events to fill up the memory gap is known as-
Option A
Circumstantiality
Option B
Neologism
Option C
Confabulation
Option D
Compulsion
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 76 0052076
The part of mind that distinguish right from wrong & acts as censor of behaviour is known as-
Option A
Id
Option B
Ego
Option C
Superego
Option D
all the above
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 77 0052077
Which is the characteristic of anorexia nervosa?
Option A
Obsessed with weight loss
Option B
Body image disturbance
Option C
(Obsessed with weight loss) + (Body image disturbance)
Option D
vomiting with nausea
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 78 0052078
Which of the following comments, if made by a patient who has major depression would indicate an increased risk of suicide?
Option A
I don't have any plan to kill myself.
Option B
I don't want to share my problem with any one.
Option C
I won't be a problem much longer.
Option D
My family member can't take care of myself.
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 79 0052079
Gamophobia means-
Option A
Fear of closed place
Option B
Fear of marriage
Option C
Fear of divorce
Option D
Fear of social isolation
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 80 0052080
In dissociative identity disorder the host identity refers to:
Option A
The one that was the first to emerge as new identity


Option B
The one that is the most dominant
Option C
The one that existed before the onset of the disorder
Option D
The one that is the most aggressive
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 81 0052081
Which of the following is a widely used classical conditioning method for treating nocturnal enuresis?
Option A
Bell-and-whistle technique
Option B
Bell-and-battery technique
Option C
Alarm system technique
Option D
Bell book and candle technique
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 82 0052082
Persistent or recurrent episodes of depersonalization are the central features of Depersonalization Disorder These symptoms are characterised by:
Option A
Feelings of detachment or estrangement from the self
Option B
The sense of living in a dream or in a film
Option C
A sense of not being in control of their behaviour
Option D
All of the above
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 83 0052083
A child is diagnosed with wilm's tumor during assessment, the nurse expects to detect-
Option A
Gross hematuria
Option B
Dysuria
Option C
Abdominal pain
Option D
Abdominal mass
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 84 0052084
Identify the incorrect statement related to mongolian spot in new-born baby-
Option A
Disappear within a year
Option B
Flat, gray-blue-black in colour
Option C
Any part of the body of dark skinned babies
Option D
Are indicative of parenteral abuse
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 85 0052085
'Rh-ve' mother delivered a baby, which among the following list is more likely to be ordered for the baby?
Option A
Blood culture
Option B
Direct coomb's
Option C
Indirect coomb's
Option D
Platelet count
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 86 0052086
Bag mask ventilation is contraindicated to-
Option A
Polycystic kidney
Option B
Cyanosis




Option C
Diaphragmatic hernia
Option D
Birth asphyxia
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 87 0052087
Child who is affected with Bell's palsy, moistening of the effected eye has to be done to present-
Option A
Conjunctivitis
Option B
Blindness
Option C
Keratitis
Option D
Drooping of the eye lid
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 88 0052088
In twin to twin transfusion syndrome in donor twin all the signs & symptoms are present except-
Option A
Oligohydramnios
Option B
Plethora
Option C
Hypovolemia
Option D
Anemia
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 89 0052089
Diaper rashes most commonly caused by
Option A
Diphtheria
Option B
E-coli
Option C
Staphylococcus aurous
Option D
Streptococcus
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 90 0052090
What should be the priority nursing intervention in a child with croup?
Option A
Arrange a cool, soothing environment
Option B
Pad side rails of the ribs
Option C
Place a tracheostomy set at the bedside
Option D
All the above
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 91 0052091
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis is a complication associated with........................................................................................................................ vaccine
Option A
Measles
Option B
Rubella
Option C
JE
Option D
BCG
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 92 0052092
At birth, ductus venosus collapses and changes to-
Option A
Ligamentum teres
Option B
Ligamentum venosum
Option C
Foramen ovale




Option D
Septum secundum
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 93 0052093
Formation at swelling due to stagnation of fluid in the layers at scalp beneath the gridle of contact is
Option A
Moulding
Option B
Haematoma
Option C
Haemangioma
Option D
Capat succedaneum
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 94 0052094
The pelvic shape has the poorest progress from vaginal delivery
Option A
Platypelloid
Option B
Anthropoid
Option C
Android
Option D
Gynecoid
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 95 0052095
The cardinal function of decidua is
Option A
Immunity
Option B
Production of hormones
Option C
Maintenance of pregnancy
Option D
All the above
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 96 0052096
Wide-gap in the suture is
Option A
Diameter
Option B
Circumference
Option C
Fontanel's
Option D
Inlet
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 97 0052097
The dangerous placenta previa-
Option A
Low lying
Option B
Type-I anterior
Option C
Type-II posterior
Option D
Marginal
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 98 0052098
Multi system disorder of unknown etiology characterised by hypertension(140/90 mm of hg or above) with protenuria after 20th weak of pregnancy is called:
Option A
Gestational hypertension
Option B
Pre eclampsia
Option C
Eclampsia
Option D
Chronic hypertension with pregnancy




Correct Option
B


Q. No. 99 0052099
Vaginal bleeding after 28th weaks of pregnancy which is sudden onset, painless, causeless & recurrent is known as:
Option A
Abortion
Option B
Abruptio placenta
Option C
Placenta previa
Option D
Vasa previa
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 100 0052100
Perinatal transmission of HIV means all except
Option A
Transplacental transmission
Option B
Vertical transmission by preterm birth
Option C
Breast feeding
Option D
Sexual contact
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 101 0052101
Partoghraph is a composite graphical record which gives information of all the following expect:
Option A
Cervical dilatation
Option B
Descent of head against duration of labour
Option C
Level of dehydration
Option D
Uterine contraction
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 102 0052102
Lochia is the vaginal discharge for first fortnight during puerperium which originates from-
Option A
Uterine body
Option B
Cervix
Option C
Vagina
Option D
All of the above
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 103 0052103
Complete breech presentation means-
Option A
The thighs are flexed on the trunk and the legs are extended at the knee joints
Option B
Both thighs and legs are partially extended
Option C
Thighs are flexed of hips and the legs at the knees
Option D
Thighs are extended but knees are flexed
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 104 0052104
Magnessium sulphate(MgSO4) is the drug choice for-
Option A
Myasthenia gravis
Option B
Impaired renal function
Option C
Eclampsia
Option D
Respiratory faliure
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 105 0052105
Which of the following does not belong to a project aid?
Option A
Overhead projector
Option B
Blackboard
Option C
Epidiascope
Option D
Slide projector
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 106 0052106
Dynamic approach to teaching means-
Option A
Teaching should be forceful and effective
Option B
Teachers should be energetic and dynamic
Option C
The topics of teaching should not be static, but dynamic
Option D
The student should be required to learn through activities
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 107 0052107
Principles of counselling whole except-
Option A
It is concerned with developing student's self understanding and self determination
Option B
It is not concerned with while individual
Option C
It is more than activity of specialist
Option D
It is a continuous and slow process
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 108 0052108
Aim of nursing education is-
Option A
Physical development
Option B
Mental development
Option C
Vocational development
Option D
All the above
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 109 0052109
It is consist of listing of steps , activities or behaviour which the observer records when an incident occurs-
Option A
Likert scale
Option B
Check list
Option C
Rating Scale
Option D
Intent
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 110 0052110
The term 'phenomenology' is associated with the process of
Option A
Analysis of variance
Option B
correlational study
Option C
Qualitative study
Option D
Probablity sampling
Correct Option
C






Q. No. 111 0052111
Simple random sampling is a type of

Probablity sampling
Option A
Option B
Non-probablity sampling
Option C
Convenient sampling
Option D
None of the above
Correct Option
A


Q. No. 112 0052112
A tentative prediction or explanation or an educational guess of the relationship between two or more variables is called
Option A
Continuous variables
Option B
Hypothesis
Option C
Assumption
Option D
Limitation
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 113 0052113
A true experimental study is a scientific investigation characterised by the following properties except-
Option A
Manipulation
Option B
Control
Option C
Cohort group
Option D
Randomisation
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 114 0052114
Measures of central tendency includes all the following except-
Option A
Mean
Option B
Mode
Option C
Paired 't'-test
Option D
Median
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 115 0052115
A written order for supplies and equipment or for their repair is
Option A
Inventory
Option B
Indent
Option C
Requisition
Option D
Quotation
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 116 0052116
Principles of administration includes all the following except-
Option A
Unity of command
Option B
Unity of direction
Option C
Scaler chain of command
Option D
Unity of collective behaviour
Correct Option
D


Q. No. 117 0052117
In the communication process, a receiver is-


Option A
A message pathway
Option B
The person who encodes an idea
Option C
Message interference
Option D
The person who decodes a message
Correct Option
B


Q. No. 118 0052118
Components of in-service education are as follows except:
Option A
Orientation skill training programme
Option B
Continuous nursing education programme
Option C
Health programme
Option D
Leadership training programme
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 119 0052119
Recruitment, selection, development , utilisation and accommodation of human resources by organisation is called as what?
Option A
Staffing
Option B
Administration
Option C
Human resource management
Option D
Controlling
Correct Option
C


Q. No. 120 0052120
Causes of bed scores are:
Option A
Friction
Option B
Moisture
Option C
Presence of pathogenic organism
Option D
All of the above
Correct Option
D


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