OBG- Nursing Questions with Answers

Question No. 1:-Commonest type of Genito urinary fistulae
 A:-Vescico vaginal
 B:-Utero vaginal
 C:-Vescico uterine
 D:-Urethro vaginal
 Correct Answer:- Option-A

Question No. 2:-Indication for classical caesarian
 A:-Obstructed labour
 C:-Placenta praevia
 D:-Twin pregnancy
 Correct Answer:- Option-B

Question No.3 . The nurse Priyanka Thakur is caring for a client in her 34th week of pregnancy who wears an external monitor. Which statement by the client would indicate an understanding of the nurse's teaching?
A. "I'll need to lie perfectly still."
B. "You won't need to come in and check on me while I'm wearing this monitor."
C."I can lie in any comfortable position, but I should stay off my back."

D. "I know that the external monitor increases my risk of a uterine infection."

Question No. 4:-According to MTP Act 2nd doctors opinion is required when pregnancy is
 A:-10 wks
 B:-6 wks
 C:-> 12 wks
 D:-> 20 wks
 Correct Answer:- Option-C

Question No. 5:-Which is true regarding Appendicitis in pregnancy?
 A:-Leucocytosis is helpful in diagnosis
 B:-Pain and tenderness prominent in right lower quadrant
 C:-Pregnant woman has symptoms typical for non pregnant patients with appendicitis
 D:-More likely to cause generalised peritonitis
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

Question No. 6:-Which test indicates lung maturity?
 B:-Shake test
 C:-Kleuher test
 D:-Fetal breathing movements
 Correct Answer:- Option-B

Question No. 7:-Milk secretion is enhanced by all hormones except
 A:-growth hormone
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

Question No. 8:-Retained succenturiate lobe of placenta may lead to
 A:-Secondary PPH
 D:-All of the above
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

Question No. 9. The nurse Raksha Takur is caring for a 18-year-old pregnant client. The client is taking an iron supplement. What should this client drink to increase the absorption of iron?
A. A glass of milk
B. A cup of hot tea
C. A liquid antacid
D. A glass of orange juice

Answer: D. A glass of orange juice

Question No. 10.:-Commonest complication of intrauterine device
 D:-Ectopic pregnancy
 Correct Answer:- Option-A

Nursing Exam Questions with answer

Question #1. Goals of arthritis care include:
a. preventing contractures.
b. decreasing inflammation and preserving joints.
c. strengthening bones and muscles.
d. all of the above.
Correct Answer:-  d. all of the above.

Question #2. Finger-Nose test is done to elicit the damage of _________.
 C:-Spinal nerves
 D:-Medulla oblongata
Correct Answer:-  B:-Cerebellum

Question #3.Which of the following is associated with smoking?
a. Pneumonia.
b. heart attacks.
c. vitamin C deficiency.
d. all of the above.

Correct Answer:-  d. all of the above.

Question #4:-Chicken pox is a __________ disease.
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Viral

Question #5. Which of the following will not put undue strain onto the back?
a. crossing one’s legs.
b. lifting with the knees.
c. slouching.
d. twisting the back while moving patients.
Correct Answer:-  b. lifting with the knees.

Question #6. Before performing any procedure a nurses’ aide must:
a. identify the patient
b. wash your hands
c. explain the procedure
d. all the above.
Correct Answer:-  d. all the above.

Question #7:-Rheumatic fever is diagnosed by _________ test.
 A:-Widal test
 B:-ASO titer
 C:-RA Factor
 D:-None of the above
 Correct Answer:-  B:-ASO titer

Question #8. Drainage bags from urinary catheters should always:
a. be kept below the level of the bladder.
b. have clear urine, without sediment.

c. have their output measured.
d. a and b.
Correct Answer:-  b. have clear urine, without sediment.

Question #9. Which of the following should be reported immediately?
a. A blood pressure of 90/40
b. A pulse of 90
c. Respirations of 15
d. Temperature of 99.4
Correct Answer:-  a. A blood pressure of 90/40

Question #10:-EEG stands for __________.
 A:-Electron Emission Graph
 B:-Electrically Emitted Gamma rays
 C:-Electro Cardio Gram
 D:-Electro Encephalo Gram
 Correct Answer:-  D:-Electro Encephalo Gram


Question # 1:-MAO inhibitors produce mood elevation because they
 A:-Block synthesis of dopamine
 B:-Increase synthesis of serotonin
 C:-Decrease breakdown of serotonin
 D:-None of the above
 Correct Answer:-  C:-Decrease breakdown of serotonin

Question # 2:-Which of the following neurotransmitter is known to be associated with sleep, mood and appetite?
 Correct Answer:- C:-Serotonin

Question #3 :-Birth weight of a child triples by
 A:-one and a half years
 B:-six months
 C:-one year
 D:-two years
 Correct Answer:-  C:-one year

Question # 4:-Natural aging of a lake by nutrient enrichment of its water is called
 B:-Biochemical oxygen demand

 D:-Algal bloom
 Correct Answer:-  C:-Eutrophication

Question # 5:-The following are examples of antioxidants except
 A:-Vitamin E
 B:-Vitamin D
 C:-Vitamin A
 D:-Vitamin C
 Correct Answer:-  B:-Vitamin D

Question # 6:-Which among the following food item is restricted in renal failure?
 Correct Answer:-  A:-Protein

Question # 7:-Which of the following is a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor ?
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

Question #8 :-K-Complex and Sleep Spindles are seen in
 A:-NREM sleep Stage — I
 B:-NREM sleep Stage — III

 C:-NREM sleep Stage — II
 D:-NREM sleep Stage — IV
 Correct Answer:- C:-NREM sleep Stage — II

Question # 9:-Filling up of memory spaces with a detailed false description of an event is termed as
 Correct Answer:- B:-Confabulation

Question # 10:-The only abductor of vocal cords
 A:-Lateral crico arytenoids
 C:-Posterior cricoarytenoid
 Correct Answer:- C:-Posterior cricoarytenoid

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Staff Nurse Exam Question Answers- Feb 2018

Question No. 1:-The commonest cause of impotence in male
 Correct Answer:-  B:-Psychogenic

Question No. 2. The nurse is caring for a client with laryngeal cancer. Which finding ascertained in the health history would not be common for this diagnosis?
A. Foul breath
B. Dysphagia
C. Diarrhea
D. Chronic hiccups

Answer C is correct. Diarrhea is not common in clients with mouth and throat cancer. All the findings in answers A, B, and D are expected findings.

Question No. 3:-Which is the most effective strategy for prevention of neonatal sepsis ?
 A:-Barrier nursing
 B:-Hand washing
 C:-Minimum handling
 Correct Answer:-  B:-Hand washing

Question No. 4:-IUGR can occur in all except
 C:-Gestational diabetes
 D:-Maternal heart disease

 Correct Answer:-  C:-Gestational diabetes

Question No. 5. What is respiration?
A. the movement of air into and out of the lungs to continually refresh the gases there, commonly called ‘breathing’
B. movement of oxygen from the lungs into the blood, and carbon dioxide from the lungs into the blood, commonly called ‘gaseous exchange’
C. movement of oxygen from blood to the cells, and of carbon dioxide from the cells to the blood
D. the transport of oxygen from the outside air to the cells within tissues, and the transport of carbon dioxide in the opposite direction.

Question No. 6:-Drugs used for treatment of leprosy are
 A:-Dapsone, rifampicin and clofazamine
 B:-Clofazamine and minocycline
 C:-Dapsone, rifampicin
 D:-Rifampicin and clofazamine
 Correct Answer:- A:-Dapsone, rifampicin and clofazamine

Question No. 7. Which is not an appropriate way to care for patients with Dementia/Alzheimer’s?
A. Ensure people with dementia are excluded from services because of their diagnosis, age, or any learning disability.
B. Encourage the use of advocacy services and voluntary support.
C. Allow people with dementia to convey information in confidence.
D. Identify and wherever possible accommodate preferences (such as diet, sexuality and religion).

Question No. 8.:-The type of radiation emitted from Cobalt 60 radioactive isotope is
 A:-beta rays
 B:-alpha rays
 C:-X rays
 D:-gamma rays
 Correct Answer:-  D:-gamma rays

Question No. 9. You are looking after a postoperative patient and when carrying out their observations, you discover that they are tachycardic and anxious, with an increased respiratory rate. What could be happening? What would you do?
A. The patient is showing symptoms of hypovolaemic shock. Investigate source of fluid loss, administer fluid replacement and get medical support.
B. The patient is demonstrating symptoms of atelectasis. Administer a nebulizer, refer to physiotherapist for assessment.
C. The patient is demonstrating symptoms of uncontrolled pain. Administer prescribed analgesia, seek assistance from medical team.
D. The patient is demonstrating symptoms of hyperventilation. Offer reassurance, administer oxygen.

Question No. 10. The nurse is taking the vital signs of the client admitted with cancer
of the pancreas. The nurse is aware that the fifth vital sign is:
A. Anorexia
B. Pain
C. Insomnia
D. Fatigue
Answer B is correct. The fifth vital sign is pain. Nurses should assess and record pain just as they would temperature, respirations, pulse, and blood pressure. Answers A, C, and D are included in the charting but are not considered to be the fifth vital sign and are, therefore, incorrect.

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Nursing Questions- Published on 17-01-2018

Q 1. Why are elderly prone to postural hypotension? Select which does not apply:
A. The baroreflex mechanisms which control heart rate and vascular resistance decline with age.
B. Because of medications and conditions that cause hypovolaemia.
C. Because of less exercise or activities.
D. Because of a number of underlying problems with BP control.

Q 2. -B2 Transferrin is a specific test done in
 A:-Lupus vulgaris
 B:-Allergic rhinitis
 D:-CSF rhinorrhoea

Answer:-  D:-CSF rhinorrhoea

Q 3. The following must be considered in procuring a consent, except:
A. respect and support people’s rights to accept or decline treatment or care
B. withhold people’s rights to be fully involved in decisions about their care
C. be aware of the legislation regarding mental capacity
D. gain consent before treatment or care starts

Q 4:-The basic unit of society is
Answer:-  B:-Family

Q 5. If you were told by a nurse at handover to take ‘standard precautions’, what would you expect to be doing?
A. Taking precautions when handling blood and ‘high risk’ body fluids so as not to pass on any infection to the patient.
B. Wearing gloves, an apron and a mask when caring for someone in protective isolation.
C. Asking relatives to wash their hands when visiting patients in the clinical setting.
D. Using appropriate hand hygiene, wearing gloves and an apron when necessary, disposing of used sharp instruments safely, and providing care in a suitably clean environment to protect yourself and the patients.

Q 6:-Bite cells are seen in
 A:-Pyruvate Kinase deficiency
 B:-Immune haemolysis
 C:-G6PD deficiency
 D:-None of the above
 Correct Answer:- C:-G6PD deficiency

Q 7. How should you position a patient after lumbar puncture?
A. flat on bed
B. fowlers
C. semi-fowlers
D. side-lying

Q 8:-The highest level of learning
 A:-Concept Learning
 B:-Problem Solving
 D:-Verbal Association
Answer:-  B:-Problem Solving

Q 9. What factors are essential in demonstrating supportive communication to patients?
A. Listening, clarifying the concerns and feelings of the patient using open questions.
B. Listening, clarifying the physical needs of the patient using closed questions.
C. Listening, clarifying the physical needs of the patient using open questions.
D. Listening, reflecting back the patient’s concerns and providing a solution.

Q 10. What is the first intervention for a client experiencing myocardial infarction?
a. Administer morphine
b. Obtain an electrocardiogram
c. Administer sublingual nitroglycerin
d. Administer oxygen

Answer: d. Administer oxygen