Railway Staff Nurse Exam Model Questions

Indian Railway Published Notifications for Recruitment of 30000 Paramedical Staff  all over India. The Written Examination (125 Marks - Multiple choice objective type paper)- I. 100 Questions (100 marks) will be based on Technical professional/ Subject/Post & II. 25 (25 Marks) Questions on Aptitude / General Awareness / General intelligence / Arithmetic Ability. Going through Previous Question Papers is important to succeed in the Examination. Earlier Many Question Papers published at www.nursingwork.in and https://nursingwrittentestquestions.blogspot.com Refer the Question answers given in the above websites for securing eligible Marks in the Examination. Here we published 51-100 Questions, remaining Questions will be followed with the given link below.. Click here for 10000+Railway Staff Nurse Recruitment Details

51. A nurse is expected to find all the symptoms in GB syndrome except:
Hypertonia
Areflexia
Parathesia
Urinary retention

52. The correct position to palpate the apical pulse is at the :
Left midclavicular line at the level of second intercostals space
Left midclavicular line at the level of fifth intercostals space
Left axillary line at the level of fifth intercostals space
Left midclavicular line at the level of seventh intercostals space

53. Fasting blood sugar is done to detect ;
Amount  of insulin in blood
Amount of glucose in blood
Course of diabetes
Treatment of diabetes


54. The endotracheal tube is put into the :
Oesophagus
Stomach
Trachea
Nasal cavity

55. Which portion of the heart receives oxygenated blood :
Left auricle
Right auricle
Left ventricle
Right ventricle

56. The following are absorbable sutures except:
Catgut
Vicryl
Nylon
Monocryl

57. The embryo/foetus gets its food supply from:
Arteries of the mother
The uterus
The Placenta
The amniotic sac.

58. Cretinism is due to deficiency of :
Thyroxine
Estrogen
Epinesphrine
Renin

59. When the patient lies on his back with one pillow under the head is called:
Trendelenburg position
Genupectoral position
Lithotomy position
Erect position

60. The sources of wound infection are:
Poor hygiene in nurses or patients
Infected droplets from mouths and noses
Cross infection from othe wounds
All the above

61. The drip that is running satisfactorily may stop because :
The vein is obstructed by too tight a bandage
Blood clotted in the cannula
The head of pressure is too low
All of the above

62. Septecemia is :
Spread of organism in blood stream
Invasion and multiplication of bacteria in blood stream
Spread of toxic product in blood stream
Process of pus formation

63. Oedema is :
Depression or deficiency of the quality of blood
Excess of fluid in tissue
Vitamin deficiency
Malnutrition and dehydration

64. Vomiting of blood is called :
Epistaxis
Haemoptysis
Haematemesis
Haemothorax

65. Osteoporisis is disease of :
Skin
Bones
Brain
Muscles

66. Disorders of uterine tube and ovaries are:
Acute salpingits
Ectopic pregnancy
Tumors
All the Above

67. Gravida denotes the :
Pregnant state
Previous pregnancy
Pregnancy at the stage of 30 and above
All the above

68. The heat regulatory cetre is located in the :
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Limbic system
Medulla

69. Which of the following methods of intracranial pressure monitoring provides most accurate results:
Epidural catheter
Intraventicular catheter
Subarachnoid catheter
Intravertebral catheter

70. Which of the instructions are most appropriate to be provided by the nurse to a patient undergone cataract surgery :
Elevate the head of the bed while sleeping
Keep the room environment cool and dry
Avoid climbing stairs
Take a stool softner daily at night

71. The sign and symptoms of retinal detachment include the following except:
Sudden severe pain in eye
A curtain falling across the field of vision
Light flashes in the visual field
Floaters in the field of vision

72. The signs of fetal distress are:
Fetal heart sound is irregular
Meconium stained liquor
Fetal heart sound is less than 120/mt
All of these

73. The earliest signs of the postoperative shock is monitored by nurse by observing the:
Pulse rate
Pulse pressure
Body temperature
Urine output
74. ATP does not form in ….
Glycolysis
TCA Cycle
Fatty Acid Oxidation
HMP Pathway
75. The code of ethics is composed and published by the :
National league of nursing
American nursing association
American medical association
National institute of health
76. Oxygen saturation is measured by:
Pulse oximeter
Thermometer
Manometer
Pulse transducer
77. Who is known as “Lady with a Lamp”?
Mother Teresa
Joan of Arc
Sister Nivedita
Florence Nightingale
78. An important nursing responsibility for a patient after an invasive cardiovascular diagnostic study is :
Discourage fluid intake and place the patient in Prone Position
Apply heat to the puncture site and passively exercise the involved extremity
Limit motion of the affected extremity and assess the puncture site
Restrict fluid intake and encourage ambulation
79. Ethical dilemmas can be best solved by:
Relationship
Ethical principle
Homocare nurse
Code of ethics for nurses
80. The most common cause of coronary artery disease is :
Atherosclerosis
Hyperglycemia
Stress
Vasospasm of coronary artery

81. Application of cool clothes to the auxulla decreases the body temperature through:
Conduction
Convection
Evaporation
Radiation
82. What is the primary reason for the gradual change of position of the patient after surgery ?
To prevent sudden drop of BP
To prevent muscle injury
To prevent respiratory distress
None of these
83. Increased respiratory rate is called :
Tachycardia
Bradycardia
Tachypnea
Bradypnea
84. Difference between diastolic and systolic pressure is :
Pulse pressure
Pulse deficit
Cardiac output
Blood pressure
85. A jerky pulse with full expansion and sudden collapse is :
Collapsing pulse
Corrigan’s pulse
Running pulse
Blood pulse
86. Cessation of breathing for a short period is :
Orthopnea
Dyspnea
Apnea
Bradypnea
87. To assess the patients posterior tibial pulse a nurse would palpitate :
Behind the knee
Over the medical malleolus
Below the medial malleolus
Below the lateral malleolus
88. To correctly palpate the patients skin for temperature determination, a nurse will use the :
Base of hands
Fingertips of hands
Dorsal surface of hands
Palmer surface of hands

89. For assessing range of joint movement the nurse will ask the patient to move away from the body evaluating the movement of :
Flexion
Extent ion
Abduction
Adduction
90. The position used to assess the extension of hip joint is :
Supine
Prone
Sitting
Dorsal recumbent
91. An excessive vomiting and haemorrhage leads to :
Hypovolemia
Hypervolemia
Fluid overload
Oedema
92. Increased sweating leads to :
Hyponatremia
Hypernatremia
Hypervolemia
Oedema
93. Rapid administration of blood containing citrate cause :
Hypokalemia
Hyperkalemia
Hypocalcemia
Hypercalcemia
94. In the diet of a diabetic patient, the recommended carbohydrate intake should preferably be in the form of :
Monosaccharides
Disaccharides
Polysaccharides
All of these
95. When providing a patients hydration status, a nurse would initiate :
Provision of variety of fluids
Provide ice chips
Give fluid on patients demand
Maintain inflow and outflow chart
96. A necessary safety precaution when ambulating a patient is to :
Have family members
Have patients wear well fitted shoes
Have atleast two persons
None of these
97. A Positive Benedict’s test is not given by :
Sucrose
Lactose
Maltose
Glucose

98. Renal threshold for glucose is decreased in :
Diabetes mellitus
Insulinoma
Renal glycosuria
Alimentary glycosuria
99. Diet prescribed for patient having malabsorption syndrome is:
Folic acid
Vitamin B12
Corticotropin
A gluten free diet
100. Kwashiorkor occurs when the diet is severely deficient in :
Iron
Calories
Proteins
Essential fatty acids

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