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. Shock which is resulting from severe allergies reaction is
(A) Distributive shock
(B) Septic shock
(C) Anaphylactic shock
(D) Neurogenic shock

Q2. Nephrotic syndrome is characterized by
(A) Hematuria, proteinuria, hypertension
(B) Pyuria, oliguria, Hematuria
(C) Hematuria, Azotemia Hypertension
(D) Proteinuria, edema, hyperlipidemia

Q3. Intraocular pressure is measured with an instrument called
(A) Perimeter
(B) Oculometer
(C) Tonometer
(D) Manometer

Q4. Which of the following is most important to prevent the progress of the disease in thrombi angiitis obliterans (Buerger’s disease)-
(A) Controlling blood pressure
(B) Controlling diabetes
(C) Weight reduction
(D) Smoking cessation

Q5. Acute pancreatitis is manifested by elevated
(A) Serum Amylase
(B) Serum Bilirubin
(C) Serum Alkaline phosphatase
(D) Serum creatinine

Q6. Dumping syndrome is a complication of
(A) Colectomy
(B) Subtotal gastrectomy
(C) Nephrectomy
(D) Hysterectomy

Q7. Fractures of the distal radius is called
(A) Hume fracture
(B) Monteggia fracture
(C) Galeazzi fracture
(D) Colles’ fracture

Q8. The causative organism for peptic ulcer is
(A) Helicobacter pylori
(B) Staphylococci
(C) Escherichia coli
(D) Streptococci

Q9. Fever, headache, and nuchal rigidity are classic symptoms seen in
(A) Parkinson disease
(B) Alzheimer’s disease
(C) Brain abscess
(D) Meningitis

Q10. Which of the following is not a clinical manifestation of diabetes mellitus
(A) Polyphagia
(B) Glycosuria
(C) Hyperglycemia
(D) Hypernatremia


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