G.N.M And Nursing MCQ

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G.N.M And Nursing MCQs It is helpful to BSc Nursing, Staff Nurse, GNM Competitive Exams, and All India Medical, BSc Nursing, G.N.M Entrance Exams. You can also play our weekly quiz and download all quizzes PDF as well

Q1. A patient with acute pancreatitis has an NG tube for low intermittent suction to prevent
(A) Chronic distortion
(B) Gastric reflux
(C) Pancreatic stimulation
(D) Peristalsis

Q2. Cystitis is the inflammation of
(A) Urinary bladder
(B) Liver
(C) Gall bladder
(D) Cyst

Q3. Hydrophobia is a sign observed in a patient with
(A) Dog bite
(B) Mosquito bite
(C) Ant bite
(D) Snake bite

Q4. Platelet count decreases in
(A) Malaria
(B) Dengue
(C) Filaria
(D) Typhoid

Q5. A patient with the cardiovascular disorder had a diminished gag reflex, the nurse will
(A) Instill artificial tears
(B) Maintain side-lying position
(C) Offer small sips of clear fluids
(D) Test cranial nerves III, IV, VỊ

Q6. Which protective items a nurse require to provide colostomy care to the patient with nosocomial infection-
(A) Gloves & goggles
(B) Gloves & a gown
(C) Gloves, gown, and shoes protector
(D) Gloves, gown and goggles

Q7. Eye padding is applied on unconscious patients to present
(A) Dryness of eye
(B) Blinking of eyes
(C) Corneal ulcer
(D) Eye movement

Q8. Addison’s disease is caused by insufficiency of hormone
(A) Thyroid hormone
(B) Parathyroid hormone
(C) Corticosteroid hormone
(D) Insalm

Q9. Hepatitis-A is caused-
(A) Due to infected blood transfusion
(B) Due to the of contaminated water
(C) Due to addiction of drug
(D) Due to dialysis

Q10. Stages of malaria fever include all except
(A) Hot stage
(B) Sweating stage
(C) Cold stage
(D) Fee State


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