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1. Uterus will be enlarged and fundus is at the level of umbilicus at——-weeks of gestation.


a. 24 hours 

b. 16 weeks

c.32 weeks 

d. 20 weeks




2. Dots is related with -


a. HIV infection

b. Leprosy

c. Weil’s disease

d. Tuberculosis



3. Hepatitis A is transmitted by,-


a. Contaminated food and water

b. Blood and blood products

c. Fomites

d. Sexual contact





4. ———–are antipsychotics except -


a. Promethazine
b. Chloropromazine
c. Prochloroperazine
d. Trifluroperazine





5. 1 gm of protien gives—-kcals.

a. 10

b. 7

c. 5

d.4





6. ———–is the method of transfer of heat by circulating air or liquid :-

a. Radiation b. Conductionc. Convectiond. Evaporation




7. This is not included in the triple test- 

a. Maternal serum alpha fetoproteinb. Unconjugated oestriolc. HCGd. Progestrone





8. Massaging the uterus to make it hard is important in -

a. Traumatic PPHb. Atonic PPHc. Subinvolutiond. Inversion of uterus





9. All of the following are adventitious breath sounds except:

a. Cracklesb. Rhonchic. Wheezed. Fremitus





10. The apex beat can be best heard at -

a. 5th intercostal spaceb. 3rd intercostal spacec. 7th intercostal spaced. Centre of the sternum





11. The proponent of psychoanalysis theory is -

a. Ivan Pavlovb. BF Skinnerc. Sigmond Freudd. Eric Bernec





12. It is an increase in depth of respiration- 

a. Apnoeab. Dyspnoeac. Orthopnoead. Hyperpnoea






13. Mitral valve is situated between -

a. Right atrium and right ventricleb. Left atrium and left ventriclec. Aorta and left ventricled. Pulmonary artery and right ventricle





14. The normal value of Hb in females is -

a. 8 to 10 gm%b. 12 – 14 gm%c. 16 to 18 gm%d. 10-12 gm%





15. All of the following all components of glasgow coma scale except -

a. Motor responseb. Marital statusc. Eye openingd. Verbal response




16. Vincristine is an example of -

a. Antibioticsb. Nitrogen mustardc. Plant alkaloidd. Hormone




17. The suffix used for making an opening?

a. Otomyb. Ostomyc. Ectomyd. Raphy





18. Mydriatics are drugs that -

a. Dilate pupilb. Constrict pupilc. Reduce intraocular pressured. Reduce BP





19. The normal baseline FHR is between. -

a. 100 – 140/mlb. 80 – 100 /mlc. 120 – 160/mld. 160-180/ml





20. When a patient is receiving anticoagulants ,this drug is contraindicated as








21. In increased ICP manifestations of cushings triad include all of the following except -

a. Increased systolic BPb. Bradycardiac. Irregular respiratory patternd. Tachycardia


22. Afler IVP for a patient, the most important nursing responsibility is -

a. Assess for flank pain

b. Advice to take increased oral fluidsc. Observe urine for contrast materiald. Keep nil orally for 6 hours.




23. Enlargement of the right ventricle secondary to disease of the lung, thorax or

pulmonary circulation is -

a.Cachexiab. Cardiac tamponadec. Corpulmonaled. CCF



24. Propanolol is included under -

a. Beta adrenergic blockersb. Antiplatelet agentsc. Calcium channel blockersd. ACE inhibitors




25. Dumping syndrome may occur in -

a. Gastrostomyb. Gastrectomyc. Colostomyd. Pneumonectomy


26. An elevation of—-has a strong and direct association with CAD -

a. LDL
b. HDL
c. Serum sodium
d. serum creatinine



27. A client with dysphagia experience difficulty in -

a. writing
b. swallowing
c. walking
d. Comprehension

28. It is most important for the nurse to observe a client with tetanus for _

a. Muscular rigidity
b. Respiratory tract spasm
c. Restlessness and irritation
d. Spastic voluntary contraction



29. Infection which occur as a result of diagnostic procedure or treatment is called -

a. Cross infection
b. Iatrogenic infection
c. Contagious disease
d. communicable disease



30. Third degree genital prolapse is otherwise called _
a. Retroversion
b. Inversion
c. procidentia
d. Fibroid uterus



31. The increased calorie need during puerparium is _
a. 1000 kcals
b. 500 kcals
c. 300 kcals
d. 800 kcals

32. Increased pulsation felt in lateral fornices of vagina in pregnancy is termed as _

a. Chadwicks’ sign
b. Oseander’s sign
c. Goodell’s sign
d. Hegar’s sign



33. The disadvantage of ileal conduct is -

a. Peristalsis greatly reduced
b. Stool continuously oozes from it
c. Urine continuously drains from it
d. absorption of nutrients is decreased




34. Lipid profile test consists of the following except :-

a. LDL
b. HDL
c. Total cholestrol
d. SGOT


35. The antidote for MgSO4 is -

a. Calcium gluconate
b. Kcl
c. Nacl
d. NaHCO3



36. The causative organism for tetanus is :-


a. Clostridium welchie 
b. Clostridium tetani
c. Salmonella typhi
d. Treponema pallidum



37. Angiotensin II is a :-

a. Vasoconstrictor
b. Vasodilator
c. Bronchodilater
d. Muscle relaxant



38. Tocolytics act on uterus to produce :-

a. Contraction
b. Relaxation
c. Retraction 
d. Constriction



39. Increased prolactine level -

a. Suppress ovulation
b. Induce ovulation
c. Suppress lactation 
d. Induce uterine relaxation


40. A patient with CCF is getting digoxin therapy and loop diuretic inorder to prevent
complication the nurse needs to -

a. Monitor serum pottasium levels
b. Maintain 1/0 chart
c. Restrict intake of pottasium
d. stop digoxin if heat rate is above 100


41. The normal value of RBS is -

a. 60 – 80 mg
b. 100 – 140 mg
c. 90 – 130 mg
d. 80 – 120 mg



42. Acetabulam is the part of :-

a. scapula
b. Humerus
c. Radius
d. Femur


43. Polydipsia means excessive -

a. Thirst
b. Hunger
c. sweating
d. peristalsis


44. After adrenelectomy for pheochromocytoma, the patient is likely to experience -

a. Hyperkalaemia
b. Hypokalaemia
c. Marked variation in BP
d. Sodium and fluid retention



45. Following kidney transplantation, signs of rejection include :-

a. fever, weight loss, increased urine output and increased BP
b. fever, weight gain, increased urine output and increased BP
c. fever, weight loss, increased urine output and reduced BP
d. fever, weight gain, reduced urine outoput and increased BP



46. The quantity of fluid intake allowed for a patient with renal failure is- 

a. Previous day’s urine output +500ml
b. Previous day’s urine output + 100ml
c. one litre
d. equal to the amount of previous day’s urine output



47. Lack of intrinsic factor in the stomach results in failure of absorption of vitamin -

a. B1
b. B6
c. B2
d. B12



48. Vitamin K is essential for normal blood clotting because it promotes -

a. Platelet aggregation
b. lonization of blood calcium
c. Fibrinogen formation by liver
d. Prothrombin formation by liver



49. The most lethal arrhythmia among the following is -

a. Ventricular fibrillations
b. Atrial fibrillations
c. Sinus Tachycardia
d. First degree heart block


50. The higher the RBC count -

a. the lesser the haematocrit
b. the greater the viscosity
c. the higher the blood PH
d. Immunity will be less














51. Glaucoma is characterised by the following features except -


a. Increased intraocular pressure

b. optic nerve atrophy

c. inflamation of cornea

D. peripheral visual field loss





52. The majority of the body’s water is contained in which of the following fluid compartments -


a. interstitial

b. Intracellular

c. Extracellular

d. intravascular




53. In nephrotic syndrome oedema results from -


a. Reduced aldosterone secretion

b. Reduced osmotic pressure caused by the loss of serum proteins

c. Increased sodium retention

d. Decreased glomerular filtration




54. The weight of the placenta at term is about -


a. 750 gm

b. 1500 gm

c. 500 gm

d. 100 gm





55. HELLP sydrome is a complication of :-


a. Hepatitis

b. Leukaemia

c. AIDS

d. Pre-eclampsia





56. False unshakable belief exhibited by patients with psychosis is ;-


a. Illusion

b. Delusions

c. Hallucination

d. Confabulation




57. Senseless repetition of same words or phrases over and over again is termed as -


a. Neologism

b. Echolalia

c. Perseveration

d. verbigeration





58. In obstructive jaundice there will be -


a. Elevated urinary urobilinogen

b. clay coloured stools

c. Dark urine and stools

d. fever and pruritus




59. 7th cranial nerve is -


a. Glossophayngal

b. Abducens

c. Facial

d. Occulomotor



60. Is an auto immune disease of the neuromuscular junction characterised by fluctuating weakness of certain skeletal muscles -


a. Myasthenia Gravis

b. Alzheimer’s disease

c. Scleroderma

d. Dementia




61. ——–is a sexually transmitted disease -


a. Gonorrhoea

b. Molluscum contagiosum

c. Acne vulgaris

d. Hepatitis A



62. ———is the seperation and description of previously joined wound edges.-


a. contracture

b. Dehiscence

c.Scarring

d. Evisceration



63. First foetal movement perceived by mother -


a. Lightening

b. Quickening

c. Engagement

d. Internal ballottement




64. In vesicular mole, which hormone is found in excess :-


a. FSH

b.Progesterone

c. Oestrogen

d. HCG




65. A woman with 2 months of amenorrhoea and a positive pregnancy test is complaining of brown vaginal spotting, it may be suggestive of ;-


a. Missed abortion

b. Placenta previa

c. Choriocarcinoma

d. Abruptioplacenta



66. ——-must be checked prior to administration of digoxin -


a. Respiration

b. Heart rate

c. Temperature

d. Bp



67. The mental mechanism in which blaming others for our own mistake is termed as:-


a. Projection

b. Displacement

c. Sublimation

d. Regression




68. Nevirapine is given in pregnancy -


a. to prevent measles

b. to prevent hepatitis

c. to reduce viral load in HIV infection

d. to prevent Rubella




69. The most populated country in the world -


a. India

b. Australia

c. USA

d. China



70. Which of the following is not a component of Bishop’s score -


a. Cervical length

b. Cervical dialations

c. Position of head

d. Station of head



71. In a patient affected with HIV, the organism will be present in all of the following except -


a. Blood

b. Semen

c. Vaginal secretions

d. sperm



72. `——-is the largest gland in the body -


a. Thyroid

b. Pituitary

c. Liver

d. Adrenals




73. RNTCP is related with -


a. Poliomyelitis

b. Tuberculosis

c. Measles

d. Hepatitis





74. A side effect of ECT -


a. Anorexia 



b. Hypotension


c. confusion for a time after treatment

d. Loss of memory






75. Rickets results from deficiency of -


a. Vitamin C

b. Vitamin D

c. Vitamin B12.

d. Vitamin K




76. Widal test is used to diagnose -


a. Hepatitis

b. Leptospirosis

c. Typhoid fever

d. Tuberculosis




77. Circle of willis is related with circulation of -


a. Heart

b. Kidney

c. Liver

d. Brain



78. ——-must be taken in empty stomach -


a. refampicin

b. Ampicillin

c. Paracetamol

d. INH



79. All of the following are classical features of nephrotic syndrome except -


a. Hyperlipidemia

b. Hypoalbuminaemia

c. Hypotension

d. Proteinuria



80. Important side effect of cisplatin is -


a. Bleeding tendencies

b. Hypotension

c. Liver failure

d. Nephrotoxicity





81. After ovulation, the ovum is viable for -


a. 6 – 8 hours

b. 8 – 12 hours

c. 24 – 36 hours

d. 48 – 72 hours


82. Loss of power of expression of speech is -


a. Aphasia

b. Apraxia

c. Aplasia

d. Aphonia



83. After surgical repair of a cleft lip for an infant, it is important for the nurse -


a. Keeping the baby NPO

b. Keeping the baby from crying

c. Place in supine position

d. Give feeds by spoon



84. Chickenpox can be fatal to children who are receiving -


a. Antibiotics

b. Steroids

c. Anticonvulsants

d. Bronchodilators



85. Congenital absence as closure of a normal body opening or tubular structure is -

called

a. Atony

b. Asthenia

c. Ataxia

d. Atresia





86. The major role in the maintaining fluid balance in the body is performed by the -


a. liver

b. kidney

c. Lungs

d. Heart


87. Excessive menstrual bleeding is -


a. Menorrhagia

b. Epimenorrhoea

c. polymenorrhoea

d. Oligo menorrhoea




88. Antinuclear antibody (ANA) may be positive in -


a. pneumonia

b. Myocardial Infarction

c. Autoimmune disease

d. Syphilis




89. ——— should not be given when the baby is in utero -


a. oxytocin

b. Ergometrine

c. Duvadilan

d. Prostagladin


90. Terbutaline is -


a. Antispasmodic

b. Vasodilator

c. Analgesic

d. Bronchodilator




91. An increase in number of cells resulting from increased cellular division is known as -


a. Hyperplasia

b. Hypertrophy

c. Atrophy

d. Dysplasia




92. There are ———- pair of cranial nerves -


a. 10

b.8

c. 12

d. 14




93. The arterial blood gases of a child is deteriorating and respiratory failure is impending, nurse first assess for -


a. Cyanosis 



b. Bradycardia


c. Confusion

d. Distended neck veins




94. Vaginal hysterectomy is usually indicated in -


a. Fibroid uterus

b. Prolapse with uterine disease

c. Genitourinary fistula

d. Endometriosis





95. When providing care to patients with thrombocytopenia the nurse must avoid aspirin because it -


a. Interfers with platelet aggregation

b. Destroy thrombocytes

c. Reduces circulation

d. Produce haemolysis




96. The nurse must assess a client experiencing execessive production of ADH for -


a. Hyponatraemia

b. Hypoglycaemia

c. Dysuria

d. Dehydration



97. Captopril is -


a. Antipyretics

b. Antihypertensive

c. Diuretics

d. Antipsychotic





98. The hormone that stimulates the secretion of mamary gland is -


a. oxytocin

b. HCG

c. prolactin

d. oestrogen




99. Erythropoetin is secreted by -


a. liver

b. kidney

c. pancreas

d. Adrenals




100. ————-is the movement of solutes from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration -


a. Diffusion

b. Osmosis



c. Conduction 



d. Ultrafiltration








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