G.N.M And Nursing MCQ

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1. Florence nightingale was born in which country-
(A) Germany
(B) France
(C) England
(D) Italy

2. “HOSPICE” is the treatment concept for
(A) Terminally ill cancer patients
(B) Cardiac patients
(C) Psychiatric patients
(D) All of the above

3. In which of the following positions, the patient is not lying down
(A) Trendelenburg
(B) Fowler’s
(C) Sim’s
(D) Rose

4. There are how many deciliters in one liter
(A) 10
(B) 1000
(C) 1
(D) 100

5. When a drug is to be given at bedtime, which of the following coded instructions is used
(A) hs
(B) sos
(C) ac
(D) od

6. The process of assessing patients who come to the emergency department and determining the management priorities is called
(A) Lavage
(B) Collage
(C) Mirage
(D) Triage

7. Method of administering a drug by topical friction over the skin is called
(A) Installation
(B) Insertion
(C) Inunction
(D) Insufflation

8. “Lund and Browder chart” is used for which of the following conditions-
(A) Head injury
(B) Burns
(C) Acute abdomen
(D) Bone injury

9. While measuring blood pressure in the upper arm, the chest piece of a stethoscope is placed over which of the following arteries
(A) Axillary
(B) Brachial
(C) Ulnar
(D) Radial

10. The wound dressing is done by using PPSC.
(A) Septic technique
(B) Medical asepsis
(C) Surgical asepsis
(D) Medical and surgical


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