1.A woman of Orthodox Jewish faith who underwent a hysterectomy for cancer is being cared for on the surgical floor. Which healthcare team member(s) could be assigned to bathe this patient? Choose all correct answers.

1) Male nursing assistant
2) Male licensed practical nurse
3) Female graduate nurse
4) Female registered nurse: 

Answer: 3) Female graduate nurse AND 4) Female registered nurse


Orthodox Judaism prohibits personal care being provided by a member of the opposite sex. The patient who underwent a hysterectomy is female; therefore, out of respect for her religious beliefs, she should not be bathed by the male licensed practical nurse or nursing assistant.

2.Which pain management task can the nurse safely delegate to nursing assistive personnel?
1) Asking about pain during vital signs
2) Evaluating the effectiveness of pain medication
3) Developing a plan of care involving nonpharmacologic interventions
4) Administering over-the-counter pain medications: 

Answer: 1) Asking about pain during vital signs

The nurse can delegate the task of asking about pain when nursing assistive personnel (NAP) obtain vital signs. The NAP must be instructed to report findings to the nurse without delay. The nurse should evaluate the effectiveness of pain medications and develop the plan of care. Administering over-the-counter and prescription medications is the responsibility of the registered nurse or licensed practical nurse.

3.Which of the following clients is experiencing an abnormal change in vital signs? A client whose (select all that apply):


1. The most effective types of reversible birth control is
 C:-Contraceptive pills

Answer:-  A:-IUD

2. Bubonic plague is transmitted by
 A:-Tsetse fly
 B:-Yersinia pestis
 C:-Itch mite
 D:-Rat flea

Answer:-  D:-Rat flea

3. The type of protein energy malnutrition in which there is deficiency in calorie intake is


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

Answer:- D:-all the above

2. The functional unit of kidney

Answer:- A:-nephron

3. Second longest bone in human body


1. The nurse asks the client with an epidural anesthesia to void every hour during labor. The rationale for this intervention is:
A. The sensation of the bladder filling is diminished or lost.
B. Her level of consciousness is altered.
C. The bladder fills more rapidly because of the medication used for the epidural.
D. She is embarrassed to ask for the bedpan that frequently

Answer A is correct. Epidural anesthesia decreases the urge to void and sensation of a full bladder. A full bladder decreases the progression of labor. Answers A, B, and D are incorrect because the bladder does not fill more rapidly due to the epidural, the client is not in a trancelike state, and the client’s level of consciousness is not altered, and there is no evidence that the client is too embarrassed to ask for a bedpan.

2. The nurse is caring for a 9-year-old child admitted with asthma. Upon the morning rounds, the nurse finds an O2 sat of 78%. Which of the following actions should the nurse take first?
A. Notify the physician 
B. Apply oxygen
C. Assess the child’s pulse
D. Do nothing; this is a normal O2 sat for a 9-year-old


1. The nurse is caring for a client admitted to labor and delivery. The nurse is aware that the infant is in distress if she notes:
A. Contractions every three minutes
B. Absent variability
C. Fetal heart tone accelerations with movement
D. Fetal heart tone 120–130bpm

Answer B is correct. Absent variability is not normal and could indicate a neurological problem. Answers A, C, and D are normal findings. 246. Answer D is correct. Clients admitted in labor are told not to eat during labor, to avoid nausea and vomiting. Ice chips might be allowed, although this amount of fluid might not be sufficient to prevent fluid volume deficit. In answer A, impaired gas exchange related to hyperventilation would be indicated during the transition phase, not the early phase of labor. Answers B and C are not correct because clients during labor are allowed to change position as she desires.

2. The nurse is providing dietary instructions to the mother of an 8-year-old child diagnosed with celiac disease. Which of the following foods, if selected by the mother, would indicate her understanding of the dietary instructions?
A. Cheese omelet
B. Whole-wheat bread
C. Hamburger on wheat bun with ketchup


1. Which one of the following conveys the acceptance of the patient exactly as she/he is?
Answer: Talk with purpose
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2. Which size of needle is used to give IM (intramuscular) injection?
Answer: 22–23 gauge

3. Which method is used to open the airway in a road traffic accident victim ?
Answer: Jaw thrust maneuver
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1 . Formula to calculate the degree of Nutrition for 4 year baby:
Answer: Age in years × 2 + 8

2. Main principle in neonatal resuscitation
Answer: Airway Breathing and Pulse

3. A patient requires rapid transfusion of several units of blood. Which device is used to prevent cardiac
Answer:  Blood–warming device

4. Just before beginning blood transfusion, the nurse assesses which priority item ?
Answer: Vital Signs


1. As the client reaches 8cm dilation, the nurse notes a pattern on the fetal monitor that shows a drop in the fetal heart rate of 30bpm beginning at the peak of the contraction and ending at the end of the contraction. The FHR baseline is 165–175bpm with variability of 0–2bpm. What is the most likely explanation of this pattern?
A. The baby is asleep.
B. There is uteroplacental insufficiency.
C. There is a vagal response.
D. The umbilical cord is compressed.

Answer D is correct. This information indicates a late deceleration. This type of deceleration is caused by uteroplacental insufficiency, or lack of oxygen. Answer A is incorrect because there is no data to support the conclusion that the baby is asleep; answer B results in a variable deceleration; and answer C is indicative of an early deceleration.

2. In evaluating the effectiveness of IV Pitocin for a client with secondary dystocia, the nurse should expect:
A. A rapid delivery
B. Cervical effacement
C. Infrequent contractions
D. Progressive cervical dilation


1. Which of the following is a characteristic of a reassuring fetal heart rate pattern?
A. A fetal heart rate of 180bpm
B. A baseline variability of 35bpm
C. A fetal heart rate of 90 at the baseline
D. Acceleration of FHR with fetal movements

Answer D is correct. Answers A, B, and C indicate ominous findings on the fetal heart monitor and so are incorrect in this instance. Accelerations with movement are normal, so answer D is the reassuring pattern.

2. A gravida II para 0 is admitted to the labor and delivery unit. The doctor performs an amniotomy. Which observation would the nurse expect to make immediately after the amniotomy?
A. Fetal heart tones 160 beats per minute
B. A moderate amount of clear fluid
C. A small amount of greenish fluid
D. A small segment of the umbilical cord

Answer B is correct. Normal amniotic fluid is straw colored and odorless, so this is the observation the nurse should expect. An amniotomy is artificial rupture of membranes, causing a straw-colored fluid to appear in the vaginal area. Fetal heart tones of 160 indicate tachycardia, and this is not the observation to watch for. Greenish fluid is indicative of meconium, not amniotic fluid. If the nurse notes the umbilical cord, the client is experiencing a prolapsed cord. This would need to be reported immediately. For this question, answers A, C, and D are incorrect.

3. The nurse is caring for a client admitted with acute laryngotracheobronchitis (LTB). Because of the possibility of complete obstruction of the airway, which of the following should the nurse have available?
A. Intravenous access supplies
B. Emergency intubation equipment


1. A client has cancer of the liver. The nurse should be most concerned about which nursing diagnosis?
A. Ineffective coping
B. Alteration in urinary elimination
C. Alteration in skin integrity
D. Alteration in nutrition

 Answer D is correct. Cancer of the liver frequently leads to severe nausea and vomiting, thus the need for altering nutritional needs. The problems in answers B, C, and D are of lesser concern and, thus, are incorrect in this instance.

2. The client is having fetal heart rates of 100–110 beats per minute during the contractions. The first action the nurse should take is to:
A. Apply an internal monitor
B. Get the client up and walk her in the hall
C. Turn the client to her side
D. Move the client to the delivery room


1. Gluconeogenesis is decreased by
 Answer: (D) Insulin

2. The absorption of the fats and glycerol takes place in the
Answer:  (A) Ileum

3. Normal head circumference of a New Born:
Answer:  (A) 33–35 cm

4. Causative organism of diarrhoea in AIDS patient is
Answer:  (C) Cryptosporidium

5. Weaning should start from the month of
Answer:  (B) 6 th month


1. Optic nerve is concerned with the faculty of _________.
 Correct Answer:-  B:-Vision

2. Who received the Golden Ball award for the best player of the FIFA world cup 2014?
 A:-Angel D' Maria
 B:-Karim Bensema
 C:-Zionel Messi
 D:-Miroslav Klose
 Correct Answer:-  C:-Zionel Messi

3. _________ dosha is concerned with the concept of nervous system and kinetic energy.


1. Blood bourne infections include:
a. shingles
b. pneumonia
 “Stop crying.”
d. urinary tract infection

Answer:  “Stop crying.”

2. Which of the following is not true of blindness?
a. Always identify yourself before touching a blind person.
b. Diabetes is an important cause of blindness.
c. Most legally blind or visually-impaired people have no sight at all.
d. Ask if a blind person needs help before giving assistance.

Answer: c. Most legally blind or visually-impaired people have no sight at all.

3. It is important that dressings remain:
a. clean and dry.
b. loose to admit air.
c. tight to keep out bacteria.
d. untouched until ordered removed.

Answer: a. clean and dry.


Ayurveda Nursing Officer Exam Questions
Question #1:-Average volume of blood in a healthy person is _________.
 A:-2 - 3 ltrs
 B:-8 - 10 ltrs
 C:-5 - 7 ltrs
 D:-10 - 12 ltrs
 Correct Answer:-  C:-5 - 7 ltrs

Question #2 :-_________ is infected through oral route.
 C:-Hepatitis B
 D:-Hepatitis A
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Hepatitis A

Question # 3 :-Who among the following was the Chairman of the Union Constitution Committee of the Constituent Assembly?
 A:-B.R. Ambedkar
 B:-J.B. Kripalani
 C:-Jawaharlal Nehru
 D:-Alladi Krishna Swami Ayyer
 Correct Answer:-  C:-Jawaharlal Nehru

Question  #4:-__________ is recommended in Raktharsas.
 Correct Answer:-  A:-Sthambhana


Question 1 :-PCOD stands for _________.
 A:-Pre cyclic ovarian disease
 B:-Post cyclic ovarian disease
 C:-Poly cyclic ovarian disease
 D:-Poly cystic ovarian disease

Answer: Option-D

Question 2:-'Caloric Test' is done in _________.
Answer: Option-B

Question 3:-Jaundice is seen in _________.
 C:-Brain tumor
 D:-Lymph adenitis
Answer: Option-A

Question 4:-Amoebiasis is caused by _________.
 A:-Entamoeba hystolitica
 B:-Escherichia coli
 C:-Enterobacterium leprae
 D:-Staphylococcus aureus
Answer: Option-A