G.N.M AND NURSING MCQ – 49

G.N.M And Nursing MCQ

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Q1. A major priority of nursing care of a child suspected of having meningitis is to
(A) Check the temperature and give the cold sponging
(B) Isolate the child immediately
(C) Administer the antibiotics as soon as it is ordered
(D) Restrain the child to prevent accidents

Q2. The child’s apical pulse is always checked before administering digoxin, the drug is not given if the pulse rate is
(A) Below 90 to 110 beats minute
(B) Above 90 to 110 beats minute
(C) Less than 60 beats a minute
(D) More than 150 beats minute

Q3. During the oedematous phase of nephrotic syndrome, an important nursing intervention is to.
(A) Provide meticulous skincare
(B) Encourage fluid intake
(C) Encourage moderate activity
(D) Weight the child every alternate day

Q4. Initial nursing assessment of an infant suffering with acute diarrhoea and dehydration reveals
(A) Skin turgor
(B) Low Hematocrit
(C) Bulging fontanelle
(D) Weight gain

Q5. The most likely side effect of external radiation to the neck for cancer of the larynx is-
(A) Constipation
(B) Sore throat
(C) Dyspnea
(D) Diarrhea

Q6. When the respiratory rate of a 12 months old child is 35 breaths/minute, the most appropriate nursing action is
(A) Notify the physician
(B) Administer oxygen
(C) Reassess respiratory rate in 15 minute
(D) Document the findings

Q7. Nursing intervention in thrombophlebitis would be contraindicated
(A) Massage the leg
(B) Turning the patient from side to side
(C) Applying warm packs to the affected leg the affected leg
(D) Massaging

Q8. The most common accurate way to determine the need for oxygen in a patient with COPD by.
(A) Observing the skin color
(B) Noting changes in the vital signs
(C) Asking how the patient feels
(D) Blood gas analysis

Q9. A patient is scheduled for ileostomy to treat ulcerative colitis. This is done to
(A) Prevent possible perforation from colitis
(B) Decrease liquid feces
(C) Control the order from diarrhoea
(D) Prevent intestinal obstruction

Q10. Following an injury, the nurse should assess for fat embolism
(A) During Ist 24 hours
(B) During Ist 48 hours
(C) History of chronic respiratory disease
(D) Patient on skeletal traction

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