Nurse Model Question 5

Nurse Model Question 5

1. The pathogen responsible for Malaria is:
(A) Bacteria
(B) Mosquito
(C) Virus
(D) Protozoan

2. Digestive enzyme common to salivary glands and pancreas is:
(A) Trypsin
(B) Amylase
(C) Chymotrypsin
(D) Renin

3. The increased blood flow to the pelvic organs in pregnancy render a bluish colour is called
(A) Osiander’s sign
(B) Jacqusmier‘s sign
(C) Hegar’s sign
(D) Goodell’s sign

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4. The antidote for magnesium sulphate in eclampsia in pregnancy is:
(A) Sodium chloride
(B) Calcium carbonate
(C) Calcium chloride
(D) Calcium gluconate

5. The normal pH of urine is:
(A) 4 to 8
(B) 10 to 12
(C) 1 to 3
(D) 14 to 18

6. Thendelenburg position is provided for a patient with following conditions ‘EXCEPT:
(A) Following spinal anesthesia
(B) Preventing Shock
(C) During thoracentesis
(D) Retaining fluids in retention enema

7. Whipple procedure is the surgical management of:
(A) Ca colon
(B) Ca Stomach
(C) Ca Esophagus
(D) Ca pancreas

8. Collection of air in the subcutaneous tissue:
(A) Melanoma
(B) Empyema
(C) Emphysema
(D) Pyoderma

9. Humidifier attached to a oxygen source help to:
(A) Prevent transmission of microorganism
(B) Prevent dryness of mucous membrane
(C) Prevent irritation on the skin
(D) Prevent fire hazard

10. Massaging the insulin injection site leads to:
(A) Unpredictable absorption
(B) Bruising of the site
(C) Tissue damage
(D) Infection of injection site