NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS 5191-5195

5191. Volume of air that will remain in the lungs after a normal expiration
A:-Expiratory reserve volume
*B:-Functional residual capacity
C:-Vital capacity
D:-Residual volume

Answer:- B:-Functional residual capacity

5192. Health information or patient care information, commonly known as
A:-Nurse's report
B:-Admission/discharge summary
C:-Doctor's order
*D:-Medical records

Answer: D:-Medical records

5193. Muenster Prosthesis
A:-Below knee amputation

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 27-06-2016

1. Commonest site from which nasopharyngeal carcinoma arises is
A:-Torus tubaris
B:-Basisphenoid
C:-Posterior pharyngeal wall
D:-Fossa of Rossenmuller

Answer:-D:-Fossa of Rossenmuller 
2. High flow oxygen therapy is contraindicated in COPD patients because they have
A:-High PaCO2
B:-High PaO2
C:-Low PaCO2
D:-Low HCO3

Answer:- A:-High PaCO2

3. A patient can give a written consent only if he/she is ................
A:-Over the age of 18
B:-Over the age of 20
C:-Over the age of 14
D:-Over the age of 25

NCLEX TOUGH QUESTION ANSWERS

1. Community health guide measures malnutrition by
A:-Mid-arm circumference
B:-Height and Weight
C:-Skin fold thickness
D:-Any of the above

Answer:-  D:-Any of the above

2. Meralgia paresthetica is involvement of
A:-Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
B:-Obturator nerve
C:-Femoral nerve
D:-Lateral popliteal nerve

Answer:- A:-Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh

3. Boston Brace is
A:-Knee Orthosis
B:-Lumbosacral Orthosis

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 22/06/2016

1. Lymphatics from tonsil drain into
 A:-Mediastinal lymph nodes
 B:-Lower deep cervical lymph nodes
 C:-Submental lymph nodes
 D:- Jugulodigastric lymph nodes

Answer:-  D:- Jugulodigastric lymph nodes

2. Hormone which induces ovulation
 A:-ACTH
 B:-FSH
 C:-LH
 D:-MSH

Answer:-  C:-LH

3. Medical care evaluation focuses on.
 A:-The quality of care provided in an institution
 B:-The length of stay
 C:-The efficiency of Medical professionals
 D:-Utilisation of resources

NCLEX QUESTION AND ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 20/06/2016

1. The normal length of fallopian tube is
A:-5 cms
B:-10 cms
C:-25 cms
D:-18 cms

Answer:-  B:-10 cms
2. Most vascular part of bone is
A:-Epiphysis
B:-Epiphyseal cartilage
C:-Diaphysis
D:-Metaphysis
Answer:-  D:-Metaphysis

NCLEX QUESTION AND ANSWERS 18-06-2016

1. Hormone that facilitates water reabsorption from the distal part of renal tubule
A:-Oxytocin
B:-cortisol
C:-ANP
D:-ADH

Answer:-  D:-ADH

2. The hospital can submit the original record only to the 
A:-The court in case of subpoena
B:-Patient
C:-Attending physician
D:-Health care organisations

Answer:-  A:-The court in case of subpoena

3. Breathing that is normal in rate and depth
A:-Apnea
B:-Bradypnea
C:-Tachypnea

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 17/06/2016

5131. Permanent cessation of menstruation is termed as
 A:-Menarche
 B:-Menopause
 C:-Telarche
 D:-Amenorrhoea

Answer:-  B:-Menopause

5132. Which of the following gland has both exocrine and endocrine parts ?
 A:-Thyroid
 B:- Testis
 C:-Pancreas
 D:-Adrenal

Answer:-  C:-Pancreas

5133. Fourth cranial nerve is
 A:-Trigeminal
 B:-Abducens

MOH EXAM QUESTIONS WITH ANSWER

5126. In Marfans syndrome,there is increased risk for
 A:-Pneumonia
 B:-Pleural effusion
 C:-Pneumothorax
 D:-All of the above
Answer:-C:-Pneumothorax

5127. An aide is pushing a resident down the hall with a wheelchair when a call light lights up. The aide should
a. continue pushing the patient and assume someone else will answer the call.
b. take the patient inside the room while answering the call.
c. put the patient back to bed and then answer the call.
d. push the patient to a safe place, apply the wheel locks, and answer the call.

Answer: d. push the patient to a safe place, apply the wheel locks, and answer the call.

5128. The earliest manifestation of hepatic encephalopathy
 A:-Flapping tremor
 B:-Confusion
 C:-Spider angioma
 D:-Fetor hepaticus

2016 NCLEX EXAM QUESTIONS

5121. A patient has a chest tube placement post right thoracotomy. During assessment the nurse expects all of the following findings except:
A. Chest drainage flows into the first chamber.
B. Water level in the chamber rises and falls with each respiration.
C. Use of accessory muscles with respirations.  
D. Evaluate tidaling by disconnecting chest tube from wall suction

Answer: C. Use of accessory muscles with respirations. 

5122. The thermoregulatory centre is located at
 A. Hypothalamus
 B. Pons
 C. Medulla
 D. Pituitary
Answer:  A. Hypothalamus

5123. A patient with suspected ulcers is scheduled for a diagnostic gastroscopy. During the insertion of the scope the patient experiences a vasovagal response. The nurse should expect all except:
A. The patient is given atropine before the procedure.
B. The patient has a decrease in heart rate
C.A patient has an increase in gastric secretions.

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 12/06/2016

5516:-Which of the following drug is contraindicated in a patient with glaucoma who is scheduled for surgery?
 A:-Demerol (meperidine) 50 mg IM
 B:-Phenergan (promethazine) 25 mg IM
 C:-Valium (diazepam) 2 mg IM
 D:-Atropine sulfate 0.4 mg IM

Answer:-  D:-Atropine sulfate 0.4 mg IM

5517:-World Breast Feeding week is celebrated in the first week of
 A:-January
 B:-August
 C:-March
 D:-December

Answer:-  B:-August

5518:- The president of Indian Nursing Council (INC) is
 A:-Nominated by state government
 B:-Nominated by central government

OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTION AND ANSWERS- 5511- 5515

5511. Significant proteinuria in pregnancy
 A:-≥150 mg/24 hrs
 B:-≥220 mg/24 hrs
 C:-≥250 mg/24 hrs
 D:-≥300 mg/24 hrs

Answer:- ≥300 mg/24 hrs

5512. Craniospinal irradiation is primarily used in the treatment of
 A:-Craniopharyngioma
 B:-Vertebral metastasis
 C:-Multiple myeloma
 D:-Medulloblastoma

Answer:-  D:-Medulloblastoma

5513. Hospital acquired infection is known as
 A:-Nosocomial infection
 B:-Opportunistic infection
 C:-Contamination

NURSING EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 10 JUNE 2016

5506. Pentavalent vaccine prevents
 A:-Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenza B
 B:-Diphtheria, Pertussis, Typhoid, Hepatitis B, Tetanus
 C:-Diphtheria, Tetanus, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Haemophilus influenza B
 D:-Diphtheria, Pertussis, Typhoid, Hepatits B, Tetanus

Answer:-  A:-Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenza B

5507. ''Nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to health and illness''. This definition was given by
 A:-American Nurses Association (ANA), 1995
 B:-International Council of Nurses
 C:-Indian Nursing Council, 1948
 D:-Florence Nightingale, 1858

Answer:-  A:-American Nurses Association (ANA), 1995

55068. A sleep disorder where undesirable behaviour occur during sleep
 A:-Insomnia
 B:-Parasomnia
 C:-Hypersomnia

NURSING QUESTION AND ANSWERS 5501-5505

5501. In the internationally accepted four colour code system of Triage, red colour indicates the type of patient who is
 A:- Dead
 B:- High Priority
 C:- Medium Priority
 D:- Ambulatory

Answer:-  B:- High Priority

5502. Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is a measure of
 A:-Intra Cranial Pressure (ICP)
 B:-Memory
 C:-Fluid volume
 D:-Level of Consciousness (LOC)

Answer:-  D:-Level of Consciousness (LOC)

5503. The Govt. of India recommended dosage of elemental iron during pregnancy
 A:-50 mg/day
 B:-100 mg/day
 C:-160 mg/day

ESIC SOLVED QUESTION PAPAR PART 6

1. Intermittent claudication is the typical feature of
 A:-Coronary Artery Disease
 B:- Testes cancer
 C:-Interstitial Lung Disease
 D:- Peripheral Vascular Disease

Answer:-  D:- Peripheral Vascular Disease

2. The International Council of Nurses (ICN) was established by
 A:-Ruther Gullick
 B:-Evan Sullivan
 C:-Bedford Fenwick
 D:- Red Cross

Answer:-  C:-Bedford Fenwick

3. The mode of human to human transmission of Ebola Virus Disease
 A:-Airborne
 B:-Direct contact
 C:-Vectorborne
 D:- Water

Answer:- B:-Direct contact

4. The most common cancer associated with AIDS
 A:-Kaposi sarcoma

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