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Old December 15th, 2020, 09:45 AM

Do you have answer key for these exam?

Originally Posted by Rahul Pratik View Post
Some one participates in the Singapore Board Nursing Exam, so for best preparation needs the previous question paper, will you please provide?

This is the Course structure for the Master of Singapore nursing board

Core units Credits
semester 1
Inquiry into Quality Patient Care
Clinical Leadership
Cross Cultural Perspectives of Health Care Practice
Health Research Methods

Qualitative Methods in Health Research
Health Contract

Health Project

Health Project

(1) Melina is bleeding from

(a) Esophagus
(b) Stomach
(c) Colon
(2) Promote wound healing

(a) Protein & vitB
(b) Protein & vitC
(c) Carbohydrate
(d) Fat
(3) A patient undergone spinal anesthesia should be nursed in

(a) Prone position
(b) Supine
(c) Lateral
(d) Semi-prone
(4) Which organ is attacked by hypoxia?

(a) Heart
(b) Liver
(c) Brain
(b) kidney
(5) Hepatitis B is transmitted by

(a) Blood
(b) Food
(c) Saliva
(6) Hepatitis A is transmitted by

(a) Blood
(b) Food
(c) Saliva
(7) Universal recipient (blood group)

(a) A
(b) O
(c) B
(d) AB
(8) Universal donor (blood group)

(a) A
(b) C
(c) AB
(d) O
(9) Ascites is caused by
(a) Fluids in the peritoneal cavity
(b) Fluids in the pleural
(c) Fluids in the pericardial
(d) Fluids in the pelvic
(10) Following abdominal surgery, abdominal distension is caused by

(a) Excessive air in the intestine
(b) Paralytic ileum
(c) Constipation
(d) Increased intestine movement
(11) Na restricted in patient with CCF because to

(a) Decrease circulatory volume
(b) Detain blood in tissue
(c) Cause irritation to the myocardium
(d) Promote tubular absorption of water
(12) A child with epilepsy is advised not to

(a) Participate in exercise
(a) Cycling alone
(b) Take cold food / drinks
(13) The amputated stump is bandaged with a pressure bandage for a week after surgery
for a purpose of
(a) Prevent infection
(b) Prevent hemorrhage
(c) Molding the stump for better prosthetic fit

(14) The immediate action for a child with acute asthmatic attack is
(a) Administer bronchodilator
(b) Administer expectorant

(15) In a leukemia child, skin become bruises is caused by

(a) Absence of factor VIII
(b) Low platelet count (N-200-500x10 /L)
(c) Low Hb count
(d) Raised WBC count
(16) In severe gastroenteritis, NAHCO3 given via IV is to treat

(a) Hyponatremia
(b) Hypocalcaemia
(c) Acidosis
(d) Alkalosis
(17) Massive edema in nephritis syndrome is partly due to
(a) Too much fluid intake
(b) Difficulty in passing urine
(c) Decrease osmotic pressure in blood vessels
(d) Hyperalbuminemia

(18) The primary objective of drug therapy in the treatment of glaucoma is to

(a) Dilate the pupil
(b) Decrease intra ocular pressure
(c) Increase convexity of the lens
(19) The vitreous humor

(a) Fills posterior four fifth of bulb of the eye
(b) Is a nutrient of the lens
(c) Serves to regulate intra ocular pressure
(d) Circulates through the chamber of the eye
(20) The early complication of tonsillectomy is

(a) Infection
(b) Pneumonia
(c) Hemorrhage
(21) Following tonsillectomy pt should be nursed in

(a) Supine position
(b) Semi prone
(c) Fowler’s
(d) Trendelenburg
(22) The maintenance of flow in drainage system is done by

(a) Ensuring adequate length in tubing
(b) Close observation of nature of flow
(c) Ensuring adequate vacuum in the bottle
(23) The following can delay wound healing except

(a) Steroid therapy
(b) Anemia
(c) Ambulation
(d) Infection
(24) The indicatives sign of hemorrhage following surgery

(a) Increase in pulse rate and BP
(b) Abdominal discomfort and pain
(c) Pallor & warm skin
(d) Progressive blood stained and drainage
(25) The following nursing care would be implemented for neonate except
(a) Maintain body temperature
(b) Maintain fluid and electrolyte balance
(c) Promote early ambulation
(d) Provide medical and surgical asepsis
(26) Name with complication of intestinal obstruction

(a) Peritonitis and nausea
(b) Nausea and vomiting
(c) Peritonitis and perforation
(27) List a specific investigation for peritonitis

(a) Abdominal X ray ,blood culture
(b) WBC, chest X-ray
(c) ECG, Hb
(28) List 2 indicators for TURP

(a) Prostate megaly and Ca prostate
(b) Urinary incontinence and Ca bladder
(c) Urethral stricture
(d) Dribbling of urine
(29) What is the most clinical feature of pleural effusion?

(a) Dyspnea
(b) Pain on exertion
(c) CXR indicating air in the pleural space
(30) What is the normal BP for 1 year child?

(a) 70-100 / 50-70
(b) 60-90 /55-60
(c) 65-95 /55-65
(d) 65-60 /50-60
(31) Impacted gall stone in which area cause jaundice

(a) Cystic duct
(b) Hepatic duct
(c) Common bile dust
(d) Gall bladder
(32) An elderly woman had cardiac arrhythmia during thyroidectomy, when she is
returned to the word what is the priority
(a) ECG monitoring
(b) Monitoring of vital sign
(c) Nurse in lateral position
(33) Causes of intestinal obstruction
(a) Congenital hereditary
(b) Hereditary abdominal injury
(c) Ca stomach, Ca colon

(34) Which is the best position to prevent increase intracranial pressure for a head injury
patient also suffering from shock?
(a) Flat with head lower than the baby
(b) Elevate pt’s head
(c) Flat with lower extremities higher than the body level
(d) Line flat

(35) What is the cause of hypoxia after subtotal throidectomy?

(a) Damage to the parathyroid gland
(b) Thyroid crisis
(c) Damage to the recurrent laryngeal nerve
(d) Formation of haematoma leading to airway obstruction
(36) Effective measure of stop bleeding palm

(a) Direct pressure on the wound
(b) Elevate the affected hand
(37) Name the commonest type of micro organism in septicemia

(a) Pseudomonas & Escherichia coli
(b) Streptococcus & pseudomonas
(c) Staphylococcus & streptococcus
(d) Streptococcus & Escherichia coli
(38) Before blood transfusion, we should start

(a) 0.9%N/S
(b) D/S
(c) 5% D/W
(d) R/L
(39) Hypovolumic shock is due to except

(a) Severe burn
(b) Severe pain
(c) Diarrhea
(d) Bleeding
(40) Giving sitz bath after haemorrhoridectomy is to reduce pain and

(a) Reduce hemorrhage
(b) Promote bowel movement
(c) Promote healing
(41) To prevent unconscious patient from complication of respiratory tract
(a) Side lying
(b) Head tilt, chin lift
(c) Head tilt
(d) Jaw lift
(42) Acute appendicitis emergency except

(a) Obtain consent
(b) Nothing by mouth
(c) I/V drip
(d) Enema
(43) Appendectomy complication

(a) Peritonitis
(b) Bleeding
(c) Chronic appendicitis
(44) How to promote a patient to get comfortable sleep except

(a) Give cold drink
(b) Comfortable position
(c) Bladder empty
(d) Recommended sleeping drug
(45) Long time bed rest for heart failure pt, the main objective is to
(a) Reduce heart work load
(b) Promote blood circulation
(c) Increase cardiac contraction

(46) How to prevent air not to go into baby’s stomach

(a) Expel air by rubbing back
(b) Teat of bottle filled with milk at all time
(47) T tube is an after colostomy for drainage of

(a) Bile
(b) Blood
(c) Pus
(d) Lymph
(48) Edematous pt should take
(a) Low salt diet
(b) Low protein diet
(c) High residue diet
(49) The drug which reduce temperature is call
(a) Antipyretic
(b) Antihypertensive
(c) Antiematic
(50) In case of extreme poisoning of salicylate
(a) Antiematic
(b) Peritoneal dialysis
(c) Haemodialysis
(d) Vit K inj
(51) The nurse highest priority for new born with cleft palate and cleft lip
(a) To feed new born
(b) To concern with parental anxiety

(52) The appropriate time for surgery for child with cleft palate
(a) 1-2months
(b) First 4 days
(c) 2-6month
(d) After 1 year

(53) Nutritional needs of child with cleft palate &cleft lip

(a) Spoon feed in sitting position
(b) Parental route
(c) R/T feed
(d) TPN
(54) The most appropriate treatment for ventricle fibrillation

(a) Compression of the heart
(b) Digoxin
(c) Defibrillators
(55) CVP is established by

(1) To assess hydration
(2) Arterial pressure
(3) Ventricle pressure
(4) Ventricle function
(a) (1)+(2) , (b) (1)+ (3), (c) (3)+(4), (d) (1)+(2)+(4)
(56) Normal pressure of H2O manometer for CVP

(a) 1-5 mmHg
(b) 5-10 mmHg
(c) 1-5 cm H2O
(d) 5-10 cm H2O
(57) Exact location of H2O manometers to assess CVP,

(a) Atrium (midaxillary line)
(b) Lower axillary
(c) Upper axillary
(d) Axillary’s line
(58) Asprin is not given in
(a) Peptic ulcer
(b) Infection
(c) Inflammation
(d) Fever
(59) One of the initial symptoms of oesophogeal tumor

(a) Difficulty in swallowing of solid food
(b) Projectile vomiting
(c) Bleeding
(d) Hoarse voice
(60) Nurse assessment in incompactable blood transfusion

(a) Allergic reaction
(b) Haemolytic reaction
(c) Increase in temperature
(61) Average female Hb%

(a) 10-12 mg
(b) 12-14 mg
(c) 14-18 mg
(62) Heat regulation centre

(a) Cerebellum
(b) Cerebrum
(c) Hypothalamus
(63) Which is not life threatening problem?

(a) Arterial fibrillation
(b) Ventricle fibrillation
(c) Ventricle tachycardia
(d) Sinus bradycardia & sinus tachycardia
(64) For IV site pain, nurse will check

(a) Allergic reaction
(b) IV infiltration
(c) IV drip calculation
(d) Thrombosis
(65) Nurse highest priority in burn pt

(a) To check weight
(b) To calculate IVfluid
(c) To assess body surface area
(66) In burn case, first 24 hour fluid loss due to
(a) Increase permeability of capillaries
(b) Decrease permeability of capillaries
(67) In burn case, fluid shift due to
(a) Osmosis
(b) Diffusion
(c) Filtration
(68) Pre meal blood sugar level

(a) 2-4 mmol/l
(b) 4-6 mmol/l (80-120 mol/dl)
(c) 6-8 mmol/l
(69) Rotation of insulin site to prevent

(a) Thickening of skin
(b) Skin infection
(c) Effect of insulin
(70) Increase ICP can cause in

(a) Cerebral oedema
(b) Confusion
(71) Severe tissue damage needs

(a) Primary management
(b) Secondary management
(c) Tertiary management
(d) All of the above
(72) Hemophilia can cause

(a) brain tissue damage
(b) GI bleeding
(c) Bleeding in deeply lying structure muscle, joints
(73) The best time for self breast examination

(a) During ovulation time
(b) One week after menstruation
(c) One week before menstruation
(74) The purpose of Pep smears

(a) Primary prevention
(b) Health promotion
(c) Secondary prevention
(d) Tertiary prevention
(75) Most common cause of breast cancer

(a) Cervical dysplasia
(b) Ovarian carcinoma
(c) Uterine cancer
(76) Moron’s reflex in new born present
(a) Birth time( disappears at 3 months)
(b) 3-4 month
(c) 6-8 month
(77) Cemitidine drug is used to

(a) Inhibit gastric juice
(b) Decrease gastric movement
(78) Insulin is produced by

(a) Pancreas
(b) Islet of langerhans
(79) Insulin is given s/c for

(a) Fast effect
(b) Slow and uniform absorption
(c) Decrease side effect
(80) Unconscious pt found on road after accident, highest priority of nurse

(a) Assess of neck injury
(b) Pt air way
(c) Assess for bleeding
(81) If unable to get IV line in collapse, epinephrine can be given

(a) Intracaridic
(b) Endotracheal tube
(c) Intratracheal tube
(82) Adult CPR total breath /min

(a) 12 breath /min
(b) 16 breath /min
(c) 18 breath /min
(83) Metabolic alkosis to give

(a) NaCl
(b) NaHCO3(acidosis)
(c) K+
(d) Ca+
(84) Untreated hypertensions pt’s complication except

(a) DM
(b) Stroke
(c) Heart failure
(d) Renal failure
(85) Arm burn patient, need to do first
(a) Immediate use cold water
(b) Apply hydrocortisone cream
(c) Apply antibiotic cream
(86) Un conscious patient, coughing & chocking nursed in

(a) Supine position
(b) Sit up
(c) Side lying
(d) Small pillow under abdomen
(87) CPR rescue, air blowing: compression

(a) 1:5
(b) 1:10
(c) 2:30
(88) Gray matter consists of

(a) Axons
(b) Peripheral nerve
(c) Neurogleal contraction tissue
(d) Nerve cells
(89) Intelligence, thought, reason and unconscious are provided by

(a) Cerebral cortex
(b) Hypothalamus
(c) Thalamus
(d) Basal ganglia
(90) Cardiac asthma, paroxymal natural dyspnea is due to

(a) Allergy
(b) Ankle edema
(c) Emphysema
(d) Left ventricular failure
(91) Iodine is the prime important in the formation of

(a) Pyridoxine
(b) Adrenalin
(c) Bone
(d) Thyroxin
(92) The pain of coronary thrombosis differs from that of angina pectoris because of
(a) May come on at rest
(b) Radiates gradually both arms
(c) Last for a shorter period of time
(93) Ketonurea does not result from
(a) Starvation
(b) DM
(c) Nephritis
(d) Vomiting

(94) The urgent to pass urine every five minutes but only a few drops are passed with
difficult as in uterine colic is called
(a) Urgency
(b) Incontinence
(c) Strangury
(d) Tenesmus

(95) Highest concentration of potassium is found in

(a) Cells
(b) Plasma
(c) Urine
(d) CSF
(96) Which one of the following does not cause hyprekalaemia?
(a) Acute renal failure
(b) Haemolysis of red blood cell
(c) A high cellular potassium
(d) Addison’s disease
(97) Thiamine (B1) deficiency cause

(a) Cardiac failure in Beri Beri
(b) Night blindness
(c) Rackets (vitD)
(d) Hypothyroidism (Ca)
(98) The drug of choice for bradycardia

(a) Atropine
(b) Morphine
(c) Lidnocane
(d) Phenytoin
(99) Treatment for premature ventricular contraction

(a) Lidnocane (xylocaine)
(b) Dopamine
(c) Isoproterend
(d) Atropine
(100) Hypoglycemia is due to
(a) Too much insulin in the body
(b) Little insulin in the body
(c) Excessive exercise
(d) Low rate of sugar in the body
(101) Nursing care for the relatives of a patient who die
(a) Leave him alone
(b) Refer to psychiatric
(c) Listen and accept it as a part of the living process
(102) S/C injection, needle inserted

(a) 30’
(b) 45’
(c) 90’
(d) 15’
(103) IM injection given on the thigh, which muscle

(a) Ventrogluteal m/s
(b) Deltoid m/s
(c) Dersogluteal m/s
(d) Vastus lateralis
(104) If given more than 2ml of IM inj: which m/s should use
(a) Gluteus medius
(b) Deltoid m/s
(c) Vastus lateralis
(d) Dersogluteal m/s

(105) Technique of cleaning a wound

(a) From surrounding skin to the wound
(b) From outer part to inner part of wound
(c) From least contaminated to most contaminated area
(106) Acid tends to

(a) Contribute H+ ion
(b) Liberate H+ ion
(c) Add H+ion
(107) Nurse must instruct a pt who undergoes colostomy and removal of polyp to
(a) Wait for1 week to resume activity
(b) Wait for 1 day to resume activity
(c) After 48 hrs if there is no bleeding can resume activity
(d) Increase dietary fiber and fluid intake

(108)Which Ca could cause faster metastasis to the brain

(a) Esophagus
(b) Lungs
(c) Kidney
(d) Liver
(109) Pt who are at risk of cervical Ca
(a) Active sexual activity with multiple sexual partners
(b) Family history of cervical Ca
(110) Cause of colorectal Ca

(a) Smoking
(b) Alcoholism
(c) Low fiber & high fat consumption
(111) Pre operation management of ruptured appendicitis

(a) Administer antibiotics
(b) Administer antipyretic
(c) Administer analgesic
(d) Administer I/V drip
(112)Gall bladder dysfunction is evidence by

(a) Carbohydrate intolerance
(b) Fat intolerance
(113) The reason for taking vital signs with observing color of post operation patient
(a) Internal hemorrhage
(b) Respiratory status

(114) Management in tension pneumothorax

(a) Chest insertion
(b) Thoracotomy
(115) Bone building and reabsorption

(a) Remodeling
(b) Haematoma
(c) Callus
(d) Cellular proliferation
(116) Positioning after hip arthroplasty

(a) Abduction of both legs
(b) Adduction of both legs
(c) Extended rotation of affected leg
(117) Before putting the skeletal traction, pt must be assessed for

(a) Muscle tone
(b) Skin integrity
(c) Mobility
(d) Neurovascular
(118) Weights attached in traction must be
(a) Hanging freely
(b) Lie on bed
(c) Touch to the floor
(119) Pre medication for ETT

(a) Atropine and Pethidine
(120) Which drug can be given in epilepsy

(a) Phenytoin sodium
(b) Promotizine
(121) What is the treatment for hyperkalemia

(a) Glucose & insulin
(b) Peritoneal dialysis
(c) Haemodialysis
(122) Ileal conduit is to

(a) Drain faces
(b) Drain urine
(c) Drain bilirubin
(123) LMP on 1st April 2001, EDD?

(a) 1st Jan 2002
(b) 8th Jan 2002
(c) 1st Dec 2001
(d) 8th Dec 2001
(124) A baby with in perforate anus, nurse observe

(a) Mucus with stool
(b) Absence of muconium
(125)Pt with closed head injury, watches for

(a) Cerebral edema
(b) Hypertension
(c) Bleeding
(d) Pain
(126) Waste products excreted from blood dialysis are via

(a) Diffusion
(b) Filtration
(c) Osmosis
(d) Perfusion
(127)What is the early complication of pt with illeostomy?
(a) Excoriation
(b) Wound sepsis
(c) Fluid &electrolyte imbalance
(d) Necrosis
(128) Healthy stoma

(a) Pinky and moist
(b) Pale skin
(c) Blue skin
(129) If the patient c/o pain after TURP, what action should be taken by nurse
(a) Given analgesic
(b) Inform Dr
(c) Check patency of catheter

(130) BCG is given for

(a) TB
(b) Polio
(c) Whooping cough
(d) DPT
(131) Primary aim to psychiatric patient in the hospital

(a) Discharge early
(b) Promote institutional care
(c) Ability to cope with life dependently
(132) In a patient with shock body counteract by

(a) Vasoconstriction
(b) Vasodilatation
(133) Pt with UTI diagnosis can be confirmed by

(a) Excessive bacteria in urine, dysuria with fever
(b) Haematuria
(c) Anuria
(d) Urine examination
(134) Management of patient with paracetamol overdose

(a) Charcoal
(b) Saline lavage
(135)While taking history of patient with hemorrhoid, nurse should ask for
(a) Long standing
(b) Diet habit
(c) Bleeding, bowel and dietary habit
(136) Communicated # mean
(a) #more than one piece of bone

(137)In early period of pregnancy, what can cause congenital cataract for child
(a) Rubella
(b) DM

(138) what is the side effect of Morphine giving pt with advance Ca

(a) Drug addiction
(b) Constipation
(c) Vomiting
(d) Respiratory distress
(139)Sub Arachnoids hemorrhage (SAH) patient should avoid

(a) Aggressive physiotherapy
(b) Coughing
(140)Asthma can be distinguished from COPD which is

(a) Narrowing of air way
(b) Bronchodilator
(c) Can be cause by UTI
(d) Hyper secretion
(141)Viral pneumonia is treated by

(a) Antibiotics
(b) Steroids
(c) Depends on symptoms
(d) Sulphonides
(142)The treatment of thorotoxicosis radioactive iodine is best prescribed for

(a) Women below 40 year
(b) Women above 40 year
(c) Women child bearing age
(d) Women who is pregnant
(143) What is the action of Diamox?

(a) Decreases intraocular pressure
(b) Corrects closed angle glaucoma
(c) Prevents the flow of aqueous humor
(144) Hypovolumic shock, primary nursing

(a) Hydrating with water
(b) Prevent shock with colloid
(c) Given vasodilatation
(145) S/S of cardiac failure
(a) SOB
(b) Periobital edema
(c) Rebounding pulse
(146) In bronchial asthma all these will be there except

(a) Bronchial spasm
(b) Bronchial secretion
(c) Bronchial Dilation
(147) Why giving Prednisalone in glomeular nephritis

(a) Increase urine output
(b) Reduce inflammation
(148) Anemia in kidney failure is due to

(a) RBC basing through the capillary membrane
(b) Kidney unable to produce erythroprotin
(c) RBC excrete through urine
(d) Failure in the transporation of RBC in bone marrow
(149)Why high BP in elderly patient?

(a) Decrease electricity of arterial wall
(150)Why insulin is refrigerated

(a) To reduce bacterial growth
(b) To keep its potency
(c) To prevent cloudiness
(151) All these medication can be given to epilepsy patient except

(a) Promethazine (antihistamine)
(b) D/Z
(c) Dialaton
(d) Carbimazepam
(152)In haemolysis except

(a) Basic and blood
(b) Removal of waste product from blood
(c) Decrease BUN and creatinine
(d) Increase urine out put
(153)In communication with elderly patient, nurse should stand

(a) Face to face
(b) Sitting in 45
(c) Sitting in 30
(d) Standing near to the side
(154) To prevent aspiration in NGT feeding
(a) Check residual volume
(b) Insert big tube
(c) Give bolus feeding
(d) Give continuous feeding
(155) Neonate diaphragmatic hernia, observe for

(a) Moro’s reflex
(b) Respiratory distress
(c) Sucking ability
(156) What is the advice for patient after inguinal hernia repair
(a) Apply hot compress for relief
(b) Avoid lifting heavy objects

(157) In personal disorder all these will be there except

(a) Mood change
(b) Alteration of though
(c) Alteration of memories
(158) Management of acute retention of urine

(a) Suprapubic tap
(b) Catheterization
(c) Diuretics
(159) All these can be done for epilepsy patient except
(a) Restrain arms
(b) Turn pt’s head to the side
(c) Safe environment
(d) Maintain airway
(160) If the pt’s prothrombin time is 30 sec, you need to watch
(a) Insomnia
(b) Haematuria
(c) Articardia
(d) Inflammation
(161) How do you give cricoids pressure (ETT)
(a) Upward & back ward
(b) Down ward & back ward
(c) Press on Adam’s apple
(162) The patient was stabbed in chest and came to A&E ,BP 100/60 mmHg ,HR 96/min
and RR 40/min. You must put him in
(a) Foot end raised
(b) Semi fowler’s position
(c) Prone
(d) Recumbent
(163) For above situation, first priority
(a) Chest tube insertion
(b) Lobotomy
(c) O2 inhalation
(d) CVP insertion

(164)Above procedure should be concluded

(a) Interments low suction
(b) Under water seal
(c) CVP reading
(165) Patient’s blood chemistry result (K+ 30 mmol/l) means

(a) Hypokalemia
(b) Hypocalcemia
(c) Hyperkalaemia
(d) Hypercalcemia
(166) Above patient main complaint

(a) Numbness
(b) Weak in lower limb muscle
(c) Tremor severe cramp
(167) Osteoporosis is due to

(a) Decrease FHS& LH
(b) Increase FHS& LH
(c) Decrease oestrogen & progesterone
(d) Increase oestrogen& progesterone
(168) During peritoneal dialysis patient’s position

(a) Prone
(b) Semi recumbent
(c) Supine
(d) Upright
(169) 3 year old nephritic syndrome what medication will be given

(a) Corticosteroid
(b) Furosemide
(c) Solumendrol
(d) Antiemetic
(170) Above case investigation showing

(a) Increase serum albumin
(b) Proteinuria
(c) Urine sugar
(d) Decrease WBC
(171) Patient with decrease HR can be given
(a) Digoxin
(b) Propanalol
(c) Niphedipine
(172) increase ICP sign and symptom

(a) Increase BP ,decrease pulse ,widening pulse pressure
(b) Increase BP ,increase pulse , increase resp
(c) Increase BP , increase temp, increase resp
(d) decrease BP ,increase pulse, increase resp
(173) UTI most common cause

(a) E-coli
(b) Salmonella Typhi
(c) Streptococci
(d) Staphytococci
(174) In CVA patient the most first neuromuscular complication

(a) Planter extension
(b) Shoulder joint dislocation
(c) Contracture upper limp
(d) Knee jerk
(175) Choose beta blocker for hypertension case

(a) Propanolol
(b) Nifedipine
(c) Analaprial
(d) Vasolid
(176) During care, tracheotomy tube suddenly dislodged, 1st action is

(a) Inform Dr
(b) Cover with sterile gauze
(c) Use thetracheodilator & open the tracheotomy
(d) Prepare for tracheotomy tube insertion
(177) Patient was prescribed beta blocker hypertensive, what need to remind him
(a) Check pulse rate frequently
(b) Not to stand up immediately
(c) Suggest to stay lie down position

(178) Pt’s K+ 3.8 and Ca+ 130

(a) Hypocalcaemia
(b) Hypercalcaemia
(c) Hyperkalemia
(d) Hypokalemia
(179) 2 nurse rescue breathing (2 men CPR)
(a) 12/min
(b) 16/min
(c) 18/min
(d) 20/min
(180) Long term Rx for child asthma

(a) Prednisolone
(b) Nebulizer
(181) Cirrhosis of liver with ascites, what drug should be avoided

(a) Asprin
(b) Prednisolone
(c) Diazepam
(d) Antibiotic
(182) Due to Cirrhosis of liver what changes in physiology

(a) Portal hypertension
(b) Anemia
(c) Platelet count decrease
(d) Water retention in peritoneal cavity
(183) Late Cirrhosis of liver cause neurological pattern changes

(a) Delusion
(b) Coma
(c) Schizophrenia
(d) Illusion
(184) Pt is prescribed MAO have to avoid

(a) Tyramine yeast
(b) Protein
(c) Fat
(d) Milk
(185) Post loprotomy wound burst, 1st action

(a) Inform Dr
(b) Cover with sterile gauze with warm saline
(c) Inform OT
(d) Diathermy the bleeding point
(186) Patient was given Phenargan (antihistamine) for which purpose

(a) For sedation
(b) For emesis
(c) For secretion
(187) Patient was given Atropine inj: nurse recognized following complication
(a) Pulse rate above 150/min
(b) Unconscious
(c) Disoriented
(d) Increase BP
(188) During operation following response occurs due to surgical stress

(a) Increase heart rate
(b) Decrease heart rate
(c) Increase renal function
(189) Post laboratory 6th day, patient’s wound burst when he cough, nurse notice
(a) Serious fluid comes out from the edge of wound
(b) Slight red blood comes out from the edge of wound

(190) PU with acute bleeding, Dr ordered

(a) Saline lavage
(b) Antacid
(c) Continue milk drink
(d) Gastroscopy
(191) 3rd day of post laboratory, nurse expect the following electrolyte loss
(a) Na
(b) K
(c) Ca

(192) Potassium sparing diuretic drugs

(a) Lasix
(b) Spirolectone
(c) Mannyl
(193) How to prepare the skin to give s/c insulin

(a) Clean the skin using alcohol swab &ask pt to blow to dry skin
(b) Gently pick the skin over the site of needle
(194) why illeostomy whited

(a) Circulation
(b) Injection
(c) Necrosis
(195) Rx for TB, 2-3 drugs component using

(a) Potentiated action
(196) The best time for teaching, coughing exercise before operation
(a) 1 week before operation
(b) Just before opt
(c) In afternoon of opt:
(197) Preoperation, 6 persons section is explained about procedure, for which reason
(a) To manage in less time
(b) To promote post operation recovery
(c) For routine regulation

(198) Post operation with general Anesthesia, position

(a) Tredelenberg
(b) Supine
(c) Lateral
(d) High fowler’s
(199) Gastrectomy post opts: gradually increased food intake, why?

(a) Dumping syndrome
(200) KCL drip given slowly &consciously

(a) Not to get cardiac arrest
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