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. During the +2 station, the position of the fetal head is.
(A) Below the ischial spine
(B) Above ischial spine
(C) Behind ischial spine
(D) Just above of pelvic inlet

Q2. Complication of eclampsia include except
(A) Renal failure
(B) Cerebral Haemorrhage
(C) Thrombocytosis
(D) Shock

Q3. The first fetal movement felt by the mother is known as
(A) Lightening
(B) Quickening
(C) Engagement
(D) Ballottement

Q4. The safest position for a woman in labor with prolapse cord is
(A) Supine
(B) Fowler’s
(C) Lithotomy
(D) Trendelenburg

Q5. After ovulation has occurred, the ovum remains viable for
(A) 1 to 6 hours
(B) 12 to 18 hours
(C) 24 to 36 hours
(D) 48 to 72 hours

Q6. If the first day of a woman’s last menstrual period was July 22, the estimated date of childbirth would be
(A) April 15
(B) May 5
(C) April 29
(D) May 14

Q7. In following which is a primary feature of cervical cancer
(A) Polyuria
(B) Weight gain
(C) Vomiting
(D) Irregular menstruations

Q8. Physiological anemia during pregnancy is a result of
(A) Decreased dietary intake of iron
(B) Increased plasma volume of the mother
(C) Decreased erythropoiesis in the pregnancy
(D) Increased demands of the fetus

Q9. Which of the following is a sign of toxemia of pregnancy?
(A) Low blood pressure
(B) High blood pressure
(C) Low blood sugar
(D) High blood sugar

Q10. The fundal height is at the level of xiphisternum at
(A) 32 weeks
(B) 40 weeks
(C) 28 weeks
(D) 36 weeks


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