OBJECTIVE TYPE NURSING QUESTIONS PUBLISHED ON 28-5-2016

1. A patient started on antituberculous treatment complains of joint pain after a few days.Which of the following drugs is the most likely cause for this symptom?
 A:-ANH
 B:-Pyrazinamide
 C:-Rifampicin
 D:-Ethambutol

Answer:-  B:-Pyrazinamide

2. All are health promotion strategies except
 A:-Chemoprophylaxis
 B:-Portable safe water supply
 C:-Life style modification
 D:-Insecticide spray

Answer:-  A:-Chemoprophylaxis

3. Inflammation of the tongue is known as
 A:-Gingivitis
 B:-Stomatitis
 C:-Parotitis
 D:-Glossitis

MIDWIFERY NURSING QUESTIONS

1. The drug used to induce labour
 A:-Terbutaline
 B:-Ergometrin
 C:-Oxytocin
 D:-Duvadilan

Answer:-  C:-Oxytocin

2. The denominator in a vertex presentation is
 A:-Sacrum
 B:-Acromion process
 C:-Mentum
 D:-Occiput

Answer:-  D:-Occiput

3. The last menstrual period of a primi mother is `26th May 2014. Her EDD is on
 A:-1-3-2015
 B:-2-3-2015
 C:-5-3-2015
 D:-6-3-2015

Answer:-  C:-5-3-2015

FREQUENTLY ASKED NURSING QUESTIONS

1. Insulin is produced from
 A:-Pancreas
 B:-Liver
 C:-Thyroid
 D:-Spleen

Answer:-  A:-Pancreas

2. Marasmus is
 A:-Deficiency of vitamin
 B:-Protein malnutrition
 C:-Deficiency of fatty acids
 D:-Protein energy malnutrition

Answer:-  D:-Protein energy malnutrition

3. The World's AIDS Day is celebrated on
 A:-December 1st
 B:-December 10th
 C:-December 14th
 D:-December 31st

Answer:-  A:-December 1st

4. The position given for a patient with dyspnoea
 A:-Sim's position
 B:-Lithotomy position
 C:-Orthopneic position
 D:-Trendelen burg

NURSING QUESTIONS PUBLISHED ON 25th May 2016

1.  In the first encounter with the patient, the nurse should give more attention to
A. Fill an observation sheet
B. Gain the patient confidence
C. Arrive at the proper nursing diagnosis
D. Let the patient talk freely as he want

2.. The most important nursing diagnosis in patient with delusional  disorder is
A. Sensory perceptual alteration
B. Altered thought process
C. Impaired skin integrity
D. High risk for injury

3. First referral unit for PHC is
 A:-Regional hospital
 B:-CHC
 C:-Taluk hospital
 D:-Specialist hospital

ESIC EXAM QUESTION AND ANSWER

1. Bile is secreated by
 A:-liver cells
 B:-hepatic duct
 C:-cystic duct
 D:-gall bladder

Answer:-  A:-liver cells

2. Antiseptic solution containing bleaching powder is
 A:-AF lotion
 B:-Magsulf solution
 C:-Mercurochrome solution
 D:-Eusol

Answer:-  D:-Eusol


3. Fourth general cephalosporin
 A:-cefadroxil
 B:-cefpirome
 C:-cefoxitin
 D:-cefixime
Answer:-

RARELY ASKED NURSING QUESTION AND ANSWERS

1. Increased amount of ketone bodies are excreted in urine in which of the following ?
 A:-starvation
 B:-diabetes mellitus
 C:-pregnancy
 D:-all the above

Answer:-  D:-all the above

2. Kopliks spots are seen in
 A:-Typhoid
 B:-Measels
 C:-Mumps
 D:-Rubella

Answer:-  B:-Measels

3. DOTS programme introduced for the treatment of
 A:-tuberculosis
 B:-leprosy
 C:-polio
 D:-malaria
Answer:-  A:-tuberculosis

4. Therapeutic use of clotrimazole
 A:-systemic antibacterial
 B:-topical anti fungal
 C:-systemic antifungal
 D:-topical antibacterial

Answer:-  B:-topical anti fungal

MOH NURSING QUESTION ANSWERS 2016

1. The optimum level of fluoride in drinking water is between
 A:-0.6 – 0.9 mg/liter
 B:-0.2 – 0.4 mg/liter
 C:-0.3 – 0.7 mg/liter
 D:-0.5 – 0.8 mg/liter

Answer:-  D:-0.5 – 0.8 mg/liter

2. Peripheral neuropathy is the principal adverse effect of
 A:-INH
 B:-Rifampicin
 C:-Pyrazinamide
 D:-Ethambutol

Answer:-  A:-INH

3. Patient who refuses to eat his meal stating that the food is
poisoned is an example of
 A. Delusion
B. Hallucination
C. Suicidal idea
 D. Negativism

10 TOUGH NURSING QUESTION AND ANSWERS

1. The muscle relaxant of choice in patients with liver disease is
 A:-Rocuronium
 B:-Pancuronium
 C:-Atracurium
 D:-d tubo curarine
Answer:- C:-Atracurium

2. One of the following drug causes reddish discoloration of urine
 A:-Isoniazid
 B:-PAS
 C:-Rifampicin
 D:-Ethambutol
Answer:-  C:-Rifampicin

3. Delayed union and non union is common with fractures of the following bone except
 A:-Scaphoid
 B:-Calcaneum
 C:-Intracapsular fracture neck of femur

B.SC NURSE RECRUITMENT EXAM QUESTION AND ANSWERS

1. Mosquito may fly up to
 A:-2 miles
 B:-3 miles
 C:-4 miles
 D:-5 miles
Answer:-  B:-3 miles

2. Elimination diet refers to diet for
 A:-Allergic conditions
 B:-Diarrohea
 C:-Obesity
 D:-Coeliac diseases
Answer:-  A:-Allergic conditions

3. FSSAI stands for
 A:-Food Safety and Security Authority of India
 B:-Food Safety and Standards Authority of India
 C:-Food Standards and Security Authority of India
 D:-Food Safety and Standards Agency of India
Answer:-  B:-Food Safety and Standards Authority of India

10 NURSING EXAM QUESTIONS -MAY 2016

1. Back bone of public health nursing is
 A:-Environmental sanitation
 B:-Health problems
 C:-Home visiting
 D:-Planning and evaluation

Answer:- C:-Home visiting

2. Radiation sickness is otherwise known as
 A:-Radiation poisoning
 B:-Leukemia
 C:-Acute radiation syndrome
 D:-Shortening of life

Answer:-  D:-Shortening of life


3. hich day is observed as World Population Day?
 A:-June 11
 B:-July 11
 C:-April 11
 D:-May 11

Answer:-  B:-July 11

4. If the first stage of labour is prolonged IV glucose is given to prevent
 A:-Foetal distress
 B:-Hemorrhage
 C:-Maternal distress
 D:-1 and 3
Answer:-  C:-Maternal distress

5. Which client is at risk for opportunistic diseases such as pneumocystis pneumonia?
A. The client with cancer who is being treated with chemotherapy
B. The client with Type I diabetes
C. The client with thyroid disease
D. The client with Addison’s disease

Answer: A. The client with cancer who is being treated with chemotherapy

6. The mosquito which transmits yellow fever is
 A:-Mansonoides
 B:-Anopheles mosquitoes
 C:-Culex
 D:-Aedes aegypti

ESIC STAFF NURSE EXAM QUESTIONS

1. A moving clot in the blood stream is known as _________.
 A:-Necrosis
 B:-Thrombosis
 C:-Infarction
 D:-Embolism

Answer:-  D:-Embolism

2. USG stands for _________.
 A:-Unit Specific Gram's staining
 B:-Ultra Sonogram
 C:-Ultra Sound Gauge
 D:-Ultraviolet Sensors

Answer:-  B:-Ultra Sonogram

3. Diabetes insipidus differs from Diabetes mellitus by lack of presence of ________ in urine.
 A:-Bilurubin
 B:-Urea
 C:-Sugar
 D:-Insulin

NURSING EXAM QUESTION ANSWERS MAY 2016

1. A patient chokes while eating. The first thing the nurses’ assistant should do is:
a. attempt to remove the obstruction.
b. call for a licensed person.
c.  tilt the victim’s head back and give two quick breaths.
d.  slap the patient between the shoulder blades.

Answer: d.  slap the patient between the shoulder blades.

2. Kshara suthra can be used in __________.
 A:-Bhanga
 B:-Bhagandara
 C:-Gulma
 D:-Karna soola

Answer:-   B:-Bhagandara

3. Continuing education is
a. necessary for recertification in many states.
b. important for keeping abreast of new development.
c. a professional standard.
d. all the above.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWER WITH RATIONALE

1.The client asks the nurse why an electronic health record (EHR) system is being used. Which response by the nurse indicates an understanding of the rationale for an EHR system?
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1) It includes organizational reports of unusual occurrences that are not part of the client's record.
2) This type of system consists of combined documentation and daily care plans.
3) It improves interdisciplinary collaboration that improves efficiency in procedures.
4) This type of system tracks medication administration and usage over 24 hours

Answer: 3) It improves interdisciplinary collaboration that improves efficiency in procedures.

Rationale:
The EHR has several benefits for use, including improving interdisciplinary collaboration and making procedures more accurate and efficient. An occurrence report is an organizational record of an unusual occurrence or accident that is not a part of the client's record. Integrated plans of care (IPOC) are a combined charting and care plan format. A medication administration record (MAR) is used to document medications administered and their usage.

2.A 73-year-old patient who sustained a right hip fracture in a fall requests pain medication from the nurse. Based on his injury, which type of pain is this patient most likely experiencing?
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1) Phantom
2) Visceral
3) Deep somatic
4) Referred

Answer: 3) Deep somatic

Rationale:
Deep somatic pain originates in ligaments, tendons, nerves, blood vessels, and bones. Therefore, a hip fracture causes deep somatic pain. Phantom pain is pain that is perceived to originate from a part that was removed during surgery. Visceral pain is caused by deep internal pain receptors and commonly occurs in the abdominal cavity, cranium, and thorax. Referred pain occurs in an area that is distant to the original site.

SAUDI STAFF NURSE EXAM QUESTIONS

1. Nurses’ aides should always wear
a. clean uniforms
b. comfortable nursing shoes
c. socks or hose without runs
d. all of the above

Answer: d. all of the above

2. The client is having a cardiac catheterization. During the procedure, the client tells the nurse, “I’m feeling really hot.” Which response would be best?
a. “You are having an allergic reaction. I will get an order for Benadryl.”
b.  “That feeling of warmth indicates that the clots in the coronary vessels are dissolving.”
c.“That feeling of warmth is normal when the dye is injected.”
d. “I will tell your doctor and let him explain to you the reason for the hot feeling that you are experiencing.”

Answer: c.“That feeling of warmth is normal when the dye is injected.”

3. A patient has had hip surgery. Her legs should be:
a. abducted
b. elevated
c. in the most comfortable position for the patient
d. adducted

Answer: d. adducted

4. A resident’s daughter expresses concern because her father, who has Parkinson’s disease, appears “stuck” at times and stands still, unable to walk. The nurses’ assistant should tell the daughter that:
a. that is a common sign of Parkinson’s disease.
b. her father has likely had a stroke.
c. he is confused.
d. he just doesn’t feel like walking.

Answer: a. that is a common sign of Parkinson’s disease.

10 ONE MARK NURSING QUESTION ANSWERS

Question # 1. To diagnose dysthymia, the mood disturbance should last for at least
 Answer:  2 years

Question # 2. What is the principal erogenous organ in women?
Answer:  Clitoris

Question # 3. Administration of measles vaccine to child is a measure of
Answer: Specific protection

Question # 4. Features of good unit planning are
Answer: All of these

Question # 5. Principles of IV drugs administration is
Answer: Should dilute before administration

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