Nursing Officer Model Questions

Nursing Officer Model Questions

1. In case of haemorrhage, the first first-aid management will be
(a) Raise and support the injured part above the level of the heart
(b) Applying direct pressure over the wound
(c) Watch for signs and symptoms of shock
(d) Place a sterile dressing over the wound

2. If a nurse gives and incorrect medication even though it is done in good faith, the fact that the nurse failed to read the label correctly indicates
(a) Negligence
(b) Battery
(c) Malpractice
(d) Assault

3. For a physically handicapped patient, restoration of functions by prosthesis is an example of
(a) Social rehabilitation
(b) Educational rehabilitation
(c) Vacational rehabilitation
(d) Medical rehabilitation

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4. The personal protective equipment (PPE) needed for airborne precautions are all except
(a) Goggles
(b) Mask
(c) Gown
(d) Gloves

5. According to triage code system, red indicates
(a) High priority treatment or transfer
(b) Medium priority
(c) Ambulatory patients
(d) Dead or moribund patients

6. Cough that produces green, yellow or rust-colored mucus is caused by
(a) Bacterial pneumonia
(b) Viral pneumonia
(c) Atypical pneumonia
(d) Fungal pneumonia

7. The phase that lasts from the patient’s admission to the recovery room through the complete recovery from surgery is termed
(a) Pre-operative
(b) Intra operative
(c) Post-operative
(d) Peri-operative

8. Blood pressure is decreased when circulating blood volume is reduced in instances like
(a) Dehydration
(b) Hot weather
(c) Febrile illness
(d) Consumption of alcohol

9. The normal pericardial sac contains fluid less than
(a) 10 – 15 mL
(b) 15 – 20 mL
(c) 20 – 25 mL
(d) 25 – 30 mL

10. When the orifice between the left ventricle and the aorta is narrowed because of congenital anomalies, calcification or rheumatic fever, it is known as
(a) Mitral stenosis
(b) Aortic stenosis
(c) Tricuspid stenosis
(d) Aortic insufficiency

11. In symptomatic myocardial infarction, chest pain may be
(a) Absent
(b) Mild
(c) Moderate
(d) Severe

12. For transfusion of blood, blood should not be warmed above
(a) 36 °C
(b) 37 °C
(c) 38 °C
(d) 39 °C

13. Abnormal accumulation of lipid or fatty substances and fibrous tissue in vessel wall is known as
(a) Atherosclerosis
(b) Hemophilia
(c) Hodgekin’s disease
(d) Arteriorsclerosis

14. The most common leukemic cancer in children is
(a) Myelocytic leukemia
(b) Acutemyelogenous leukemia
(c) Lymphocytic leukemia
(d) Acute lymphocytic leukemia

15. What should be avoided in a patient diagnosed with haemophilia?
(a) Physical therapy
(b) Orthopedic appliances
(c) Taking aspirin
(d) Factor replacement therapy

16. The colour of stool in haemorrhoid is
(a) Bright red
(b) Dark red
(c) Black
(d) Green

17. One of the causative factors in peptic ulcer include mucosal infection by
(a) Virus
(b) Streptococcus
(c) Bacteria
(d) Staphylococcus

18. Clinical manifestations not associated to appendicitis is
(a) Tenderness at Mac Burney’s point
(b) Diminished bowel sound
(c) Fever
(d) Dyspnea

19. Hepatitis C spreads via
(a) Feco-oral route
(b) Sexual activity
(c) Blood or blood product transfusion
(d) Breast feeding

20. An injury to ligamentous structure surrounding a joint is called
(a) Sprain
(b) Strain
(c) Contusion