Medical Surgical Nursing Test - 15

1. The signs and symptoms of raised intracranial pressure include:-
2. The safest method of changing a patient's tracheotomy ties is to-
3. A female patient complains of abdominal discomfort. Watery stool has been leaking from her rectum. This could be a sign of-
4. Which type of insulin can never be mixed with another?
5. With a stroke patient, what is the best position for insertion of a nasogastric (NG) tube?
6. For a patient who is in the late stages of chronic bronchitis, which of the following would indicate the patient has developed cor pulmonale?
7. A patient receiving Vancomycin has an order for a trough level to be drawn. When should the lab collect the blood sample?
8. Which of the following anti-tuberculosis drug can damage the 8th cranial nerve?
9. Earliest symptom of carcinoma vocal cord is
10. Korsakoff's psychosis is due to intake of
11. Which of the following is not a use of dexamethasone ?
12. Severe deficiency of coagulation factor IX produces a disorder
13. Which among the following food item is restricted in renal failure?
14. When performing CPR on a child, how deep should the chest compressions be?
15. Surgical intervention for hydrocephalus is
16. The term 'saturated and unsaturated fats' are related to degree of
17. Which laboratory test would be the least effective in making the diagnosis of a myocardial infarction?
18. Ulcerated or sloughed area of tissue subjected to pressure from lying on mattress for a prolonged period resulting in death of tissue is termed as-
19. Loss of sperm motility is
20. Which among the following is a local anesthetic ?