NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS 26-08-2016

Question# 1-An assessment specific to safe administration of IV mannitol is
Image result for nclex A:-Vital sign q4h
 B:-Urine output hourly
 C:-Level of consciousness q4h
 D:-Weighting daily

Answer:-  B:-Urine output hourly

Question# 2-The hormone which is critical in the control of renal water output and plasma osmolality is
 A:-Vasopressin
 B:-Thyroxine
 C:-Oxytocin
 D:-Cortisol

Answer:-  A:-Vasopressin

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 23-08-2016

#1.The pacemaker of heart is
 A:-SA node
 B:-AV node
 C:-Bundle of His
 D:-Purkinjee fibres
 Correct Answer:-  A:-SA node
#2. Sclerotic bodies in KOH preparation is characteristic of
 A:-Mucormycosis
 B:-Chromoblastomycosis
 C:-Histoplasmosis
 D:-Trypanosomiasis
 Correct Answer:-  B:-Chromoblastomycosis

#3. Red man syndrome is associated with
 A:-Tetracycline
 B:-Chloramphenicol
 C:-Vancomycin
 D:-Erythromycin

OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTION AND ANSWERS

1:-What is the primary action of insulin in the body?
 A:-Stimulates the pancreatic beta cells
 B:-Aids in the process of gluconeogenesis
 C:-Enhances the transport of glucose across cell walls
 D:-Decreases the intestinal absorption of glucose
 Correct Answer:- C:-Enhances the transport of glucose across cell walls

2:-The term used to denote loss of appetite
 A:-Insosmia
 B:-Anaemia
 C:-Dysphagia
 D:-Anorexia
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Anorexia

3:-In face presentation the engaging diameter is
 A:-Submento briegmatic
 B:-Occipito frontal

MULTIPLE CHOICE NURSING QUESTION ANSWERS

1. The daily analysis of hospital service is based on.
 A:-Admission
 B:-Inputs and outputs
 C:-Discharge
 D:-Census
 Correct Answer:-  C:-Discharge

2. The study of anthropoids which are of medical importance is known as
 A:-Ecology
 B:-Anthropology
 C:-Epidemiology
 D:-Medical entomology
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Medical entomology

3. CSF examination in a case of tubercular meningitis shows all of the following except:
a) Elevated protein levels
b) Low chloride level
c) Raised sugar level
d) Lymphocytosis

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 12/08/2016

Question 1:-Metabolic acidosis is seen in
 A:-Severe respiratory infection
 B:-Severe vomiting
 C:-Hysteric hyperventilation
 D:-Diabetic ketoacidosis
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Diabetic ketoacidosis

Question 2:-The largest artery in the body
 A:-Femoral artery
 B:-Pulmonary artery
 C:-Aorta
 D:-Cerebral artery
 Correct Answer:-  C:-Aorta

Question 3:-Lithium is one
 A:-Mood stabilizer
 B:-Anxiolytic
 C:-Sedative

NURSING QUESTIONS- AUG 2016

1. All of the following statements are true of the keloids except:
(a) It is rarely seen in white skinned persons
(b) It is more common over the sternum
(c) True keloid does not spread into normal tissue
(d) The maturation and stabilization of the collagen fibrils is inhibited
Answer

2. Which one of the following is not a metabolic complication of pyloric stenosis?
(a) Alkalosis
(b) Hyponatremia
(c) Hypochloremia
(d) Hyperkalemia
Answer

3. Implantation occurs on
(a)   4th day post fertilization
(b)   6th day post fertilization
(c)   8th day post fertilization
(d)  10th day post fertilization
Answer

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS- 05/08/2016

Question 1 :-Which is the disease caused by Rickettsiae tsutsugamushi ?
 A:-Epidemic typhus
 B:-Tick typhus
 C:-Endemic typhus
 D:-Scrub typhus
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

Question 2:-The number of pulse beats in a minute
 A:-Rhythm
 B:-Volume
 C:-Tension
 D:-Rate
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

Question 3:-What is the intensity of the radiation to cause 100% mortality in a human being ?
 A:-More than 500 rads
 B:-More than 200 rads

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS 31 JULY 2016

Question1 :-Weight of nonpregnant uterus
 A:-50 gm
 B:-60 gm
 C:-90 gm
 D:-100 gm
 Correct Answer:-  B:-60 gm

Question 2:- One among the following is not a cause of death in a burn case
 A:-Shock
 B:-Septicaemia
 C:-Toxaemia
 D:-Bacteraemia
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Bacteraemia

Question 3:- Lifespan of sperm in female genital tract
 A:-1-2 days
 B:-3-4 days

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS- 29-7-2016

Question 1 :-Chancroid is a sexually transmitted disease caused by
 A:-Treponima
 B:-Trichomonas
 C:-Neisseria
 D:-Haemophilus
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Haemophilus

Question 2 :-The average length of umbilical cord
 A:-40cm
 B:-44 cm
 C:-47 cm
 D:-50 cm
 Correct Answer:-  D:-50 cm

Question 3 :-Congenital deficiency of thyroid hormone is
 A:-Cretinism
 B:-Goiter
 C:-Parathyroidism
 D:-Hypoparathyroidism
 Correct Answer:-  A:-Cretinism

HAAD QUESTION AND ANSWERS

HAAD QUESTION AND ANSWERS Published at www.nursingwrittentestquestions.blogspot.com by  www.nursingwork.in on 22/07/2016
1:-Characteristic feature of first cervical vertebra is
 A:-Bifid spinous process
 B:-No body
 C:-Bifid vertebral process
 D:-No transverse process
 Correct Answer:- Option-B

2:-Which one develops from endoderm?
 A:-Nervous system, urinary bladder and eye
 B:-Liver, connective tissue and heart
 C:-Thymus, spinal cord and brain
 D:-Liver, pancreas and thymus/thyroid
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

3:-A Rh negative mother with a Rh positive baby should receive Anti-D within
 A:-24 hrs
 B:-48 hrs
 C:-72 hrs

NCLEX QUESTION WITH ANSWER -20-07-2016

1. Symptom exhibit during icteric phase of viral hepatitis
 A:-Tarry stools
 B:-Yellow coloured sclera
 C:-Shortness of breath
 D:-Light, frothy urine

Answer:-  B:-Yellow coloured sclera

2. A resident complains that his children never visit. The aide should:
A. tell him that they will come soon.
B. tell him not to worry; it will be alright.
C. listen with empathy.
D. tell him that he should have been nicer on the last visit.

Answer: C. listen with empathy.

3. Ulcerated or sloughed area of tissue subjected to pressure from lying on mattress for a prolonged period resulting in death of tissue is termed as
 A:-Aphthous ulcer
 B:-Kurling's ulcer

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 19-07-2016

1.While taking amiloride hydrochloride the patient should be advised to
 A:-take before food
 B:-avoid large quantities of food rich in potassium
 C:-take food rich in potassium
 D:-take food rich in sodium

Answer:-  B:-avoid large quantities of food rich in potassium

2.Biopsy is
 A:-Postmortem examination
 B:-Postpartum examination
 C:-Forensic inspection
 D:-Examination of living tissue

Answer:-  D:-Examination of living tissue

3.Birth weight of a child doubles at
 A:-4 months
 B:-6 months
 C:-8months

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 16/07/2016

1 . A nurses’ aide walks into a room and sees that the patient is not breathing. The first thing the aide does is to:
A. press the alarm to call the CPR team.
B. hit the patient’s chest.
C. shake the patient’s shoulder while shouting his name.

D. tilt the patient’s head back and give two quick breaths.

Answer: C. shake the patient’s shoulder while shouting his name.

2. Human chorionic gonadotrophin is produced from
 A:-Cytotrophoblast
 B:-Syncitiotrophoblast
 C:-Amnion
 D:-Yolk sac

Answer:- A:-Cytotrophoblast

3. Vitamin B12 is absorbed from
 A:-Stomach
 B:-Colon
 C:-Ileum
 D:-Duodenum

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS PUBLISHED ON 09-07-2016

1. The primary reason for rapid continuous rewarming of the area affected by frostbite is to:
A. Prevent pain and discomfort
B. Prevent the formation of blisters
C. Promote movement
D. Lessen the amount of cellular damage

Answer: D. Lessen the amount of cellular damage

2. A condition characterized by inflammation of thyroid gland, resulting in hypothyroidis
 A:-Addison's disease
 B:-Grave's disease
 C:-Hashimoto's disease
 D:-Cushing's disease

Answer:-  C:-Hashimoto's disease

3. The nurse is caring for a client admitted with multiple trauma. Fractures include the pelvis, femur, and ulna. Which finding should be reported to the physician immediately?
A. Muscle spasms
B. Hematuria
C. Dizziness
D. Nausea

Answer: B. Hematuria

4. The physician has ordered a liver scan with contrast to confirm the diagnosis. Before the procedure, the nurse should:

A. Tell the client he will be asleep
B. Bolus the client with fluid

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWERS- JULY 2016- PART III

1. A removal of the left lower lobe of the lung is performed on aclient with lung cancer. Which post-operative measure would usually be included in the plan?
A. A mediastenal tube
B. A tracheostomy
C. Closed chest drainage
D. Percussion vibration and drainage

Answer: C. Closed chest drainage

2. The nurse is performing discharge teaching on a client with diverticulitis who has been placed on a low-roughage diet. Which food would have to be eliminated from this client’s diet?
A. Cooked broccoli
B. Noodles
C. Roasted chicken
D. Custard

Answer: A. Cooked broccoli

3. The licensed practical nurse assigned to the post-partal unit is preparing to administer Rhogam to a postpartum client. Which woman is not a candidate for RhoGam?
A. A gravida IV para 3 that is Rh negative with an Rhpositive baby
B. A gravida IV para 2 that is Rh negative with an Rhnegative baby
C. A gravida II para 0 that is Rh negative admitted after a stillbirth delivery

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