Nursing Questions Practice Paper 3

Nursing Questions Practice Paper 3

1. The features of true labour pain includes –
(a) show
(b) formation of ‘bag of waters’
(c) progressive effacement
(d) all of these

2. Performing an act that a reasonably prudent person under similar circumstances would not do is termed as
(a) Negligence
(b) Malpractice
(c) fraud
(d) defamation

3. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is contraindicated in
(a) increased ICP
(b) extreme agitated client
(c) severe catatonia & psychosis
(d) severe depression with suicidal risk

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4. An infant usually doubles his birth weight by the age of
(a) 3 months
(b) 4 months
(c) 5 months
(d) 6 months

5. The number of NEW cases occurring in a defined population during a specified period of time is termed
(a) Mortality
(b) Incidence
(c) prevalence
(d) morbidity

6. In a vertex presentation, where the occiput is placed posteriorly over the sacro- iliac joint or directly over the sacrum, it is called
(a) breech presentation
(b) occipito- posterior position
(c) face presentation
(d) none of these

7. For the care and rehabilitation of mentally ill persons, Mental Health Act 1987 came into force in
(a) 1991
(b) 1992
(c) 1993
(d) 1994

8. One of the factors which inhibits lactation, among the following is
(a) feeds with bottles
(b) suckling
(c) emptying the breasts
(d) night feeds

9. Each Community Health Centre covers a population of
(a) 80,000 – 1.20 lakh
(b) 70,000 – 1.10 lakh
(c) 60,000- 1.00 lakh
(d) 90,000 – 1.30 lakh

10. Incubation period of Pneumonia in children is
(a) 1- 2 days
(b) 1- 3 days
(c) 2- 4 days
(d) 2- 6 days

11. A nurse is caring for a female client who has suicidal tendencies. The nurse’s responsibility is to
(a) observe her
(b) give her privacy
(c) allow her to go to toilet alone
(d) allow her to get fresh air

12. An example of physiological barrier of communication is
(a) congestion
(b) emotional disturbance
(c) illiteracy
(d) difficulties in hearing

13. A child who is diagnosed with Nephrotic syndrome should receive ……..diet
(a) extra salt added
(b) low protein
(c) high protein
(d) none of these

14. The main events that occur in first stage of labour
(a) dilatation & effacement of cervix
(b) full formation of lower uterine segment
(c) both (a) & (b)
(d) none of these

15. Lochia serosa lasts for about
(a) 1- 4 days
(b) 5- 9 days
(c) 10- 15 days
(d) 15 – 20 days

16. Combined oral pills as a spacing method of contraception is given orally for 21 consecutive days beginning on the ……….. day of the menstrual cycle
(a) 4th
(b) 5th
(c) 6th
(d) 7th

17. Recurrent, episodic, paroxysmal, involuntary clinical events associated with abnormal electrical activity from the neurons is known as
(a) convulsion
(b) meningitis
(c) encephalitis
(d) epilepsy

18. Treatment of ADHD involves the following drugs EXCEPT
(a) amphetamine
(b) antidepressants
(c) barbiturates
(d) lithium carbonate

19. To uphold the dignity and honour of the nursing profession, Trained Nurses’ Association of India (TNAI) was formed in
(a) 1908
(b) 1918
(c) 1949
(d) 1946

20. During foetal development, external genitalia develops in…………post conception
(a) 6- 8 weeks
(b) 8- 12 weeks
(c) 12 – 24 weeks
(d) 24 – 28 weeks