AIIMS Bhubaneswar nursing officer 2019

AIIMS Bhubaneswar nursing officer 2019 Question paper with Rational


Q. 1 WHO Initiated Right to Sight is name-

  1.  Vision 2015
  2.  Vision 2020
  3.  Vision 2025
  4.  Vision 2030

Ans- Vision 2020

  • Rational- VISION 2020- The Right to Sight is the global initiative for the elimination of avoidable blindness, a joint programme of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB). VISION 2020: The Right to Sight was launched in 1999. It sought to promote,

Q. 2 Anosmia means

  1.  Loss of speech
  2.  Loss of sense of smell
  3.  Loss of movement
  4.  Inability to perform particular action

Ans- Loss of sense of smell

  • Rational-The loss of the sense of smell, either total or partial. It may be caused by head injury, infection, or blockage of the nose.

Q. 3 Measles also called-

  1.  Hansen disease
  2. Break bone fever
  3.  Rubeolla
  4. Ruba


  • Rational-Measles, also called rubeola, contagious viral disease marked by fever, cough, conjunctivitis, and a characteristic rash. Measles is most common in children but may appear in older persons who escaped it earlier in life.

 Q. 4 Father of scientific management theory-

  1.  Ivan pavlov
  2.  William James
  3.  Frederick
  4.  Lydia Hall

Ans- Frederick

  • Rational-Frederick W. Taylor, in full Frederick Winslow Taylor, (born March 20, 1856, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.died March 21, 1915, Philadelphia), American inventor and engineer who is known as the father of scientific management. His system of industrial management has influenced the development of virtually every country enjoying the benefits of modern industry. 

Q. 5 Treatment of Hot flushes is Administration of-

  1.  HPL
  2.  PAPPA
  3.  Oestrogen
  4.  Progesterone


  • Rational-Treatment. The most effective way to relieve the discomfort of hot flashes is to take estrogen, but taking this hormone carries risks. If estrogen is appropriate for you and you start it within 10 years of your last menstrual period or before age 60, the benefits can be greater than the risks.

Q. 6 In a 28 days menstrual cycle, ovulation occurs in the following days?

  1.  21 days
  2.  14 days
  3.  18 days
  4.  7 days

Ans-14 days  

Q. 7 Dysmenorrhoea is a-

  1.  Excessive menstrual bleeding
  2.  Irregular acyclic bleeding
  3.  Painful menstruation
  4.  Cyclic repeat every 35 days

Ans-Painful menstruation 

  • Rational-Dysmenorrhoea refers to menstrual cramps. They are typically throbbing or cramping pains in the lower abdomen, back and legs. These pains are usually apparent just before and during the menstrual periods in most women who suffer from dysmenorrhoea. The intensity and severity of the condition may range from annoying or a discomfort to more severe so that it interferes with everyday activities for a few days every month.

Q. 8 Decrease BMR in Case of-

  1.  Fever
  2.  Vomiting
  3.  Hypothyroidism
  4.  Diabetes

Ans- Hypothyroidism

Q. 9 Withdrawal symptoms do not occur in case of which of the following medication?

  1. MOI"s
  2. NSAID
  3. SSRI
  4. Tricyclic Anti depressant


Q. 10 Small Pox Eradicate from world by WHO

  1.  1980
  2.  1989
  3. 1978
  4.  1977


  • Rational-It was declared eradicated in 1980 following a global immunization campaign led by the World Health Organization. Smallpox is transmitted from person to person via infective droplets during close contact with infected symptomatic people.

Q. 11 Normal Temperature of Neonate is-

  1.  36.5 to 37°C
  2.  37 to 39°C
  3.  34.5 to 37.2°C
  4.  36.5 to 37.2°C

Ams-36.5 to 37.2°C

  • Rational-Temperature will vary with the site that is measured and the device with which temperature is measured. Neonatal textbooks give general temperature ranges for premature infants by site with rectal being 36.5 °C to 37.5 °C, skin as 36.2 °C 37.2 °C, and 36.5 °C to 37.3 °C for axillary sites.

Q. 12 Rural Health Mission Started by Which of the following Committee?

  1.  Shrivastav committee
  2.  Bhore committee
  3.  Chadha committee

Ans- Shrivastav committee

Q.13 Neonate is called-

  1. 0-7 days
  2.  1 month-1 year
  3.  0-28 days
  4. 1-3 year

Ans- 0-28 days

  • Rational- A neonate is also called a newborn. The neonatal period is the first 4 weeks of a child's life. It is a time when changes are very rapid. Many critical events can occur in this period

Q.14 Which is the largest synovial joint of the human body?

  1.  Knee Joint
  2.  Shoulder Joint
  3.  Wrist Joint
  4. Ankle Joint

Ans- Knee Joint

  • Rational-The knee joint, which actually consists of several different connection between four bones, happens to be the biggest synovial joint in the human body. At the junction of the knee, the large femur bone of the thigh connects to both the tibia and fibula of the leg, as well as to the patella, or knee cap.

Q.15 In Carry SWOT not Included-

  1.  W- weakness
  2.  T- Time
  3.  O- opportunity
  4.  S- strength

Ans- T- Time

  • Rational-A SWOT analysis is a tool for documenting internal strengths (S) and weaknesses (W) in your business, as well as external opportunities (O) and threats (T)

Q.16 Which is the largest gland of the human body?

  1.  Stomach
  2.  Small intestine
  3.  Pancreas
  4.  Liver


  • Rational-Liver is the largest gland in human body. It is also the largest (internal) organ in our body and can weigh up to 1.5-1.6 kg for a human adult. That is, about 1/50th of the body weight is because of liver.

Q.17 Decrease pain Transmission and caused inflammation response which Substance is prescribed-

  1.  GABA
  2.  ACH
  3.  Endorphins
  4.  Prostaglandins

Ans- Endorphins

Q.18 Umbilical cord contains the-

  1.  2 Umbilical artery 1 Umbilical vein
  2.  2 Umbilical artery 2 Umbilical vein
  3.  2 Umbilical vein 1 Umbilical artery
  4.  1 Umbilical artery 1 Umbilical vein

Ans-2 Umbilical artery 1 Umbilical vein

Q.19 Major Artery in Upper Limbs?

  1.  Basilar Artery
  2.  Mesenteric Artery
  3.  Axillary Artery
  4.  Femoral Artery

Ans- Axillary Artery

Q. 20 Optimum Fluoride Concentration in drinking water is-

  1.  0.5 PPM
  2.  1-2 PPM
  3.  3-5 PPM
  4.  Above 10 PPM

Ans- 3-5 PPM

Q. 21 Which of the following microorganism does not cause vaginitis?

  1.  Salmonella
  2.  Candida Albicans
  3.  Trichomonas Vaginalis
  4.  Chlamydia trachomatis


Q.22 Which of the following is major immunological serum?

  1.  IgA
  2.  IgG
  3.  IgE
  4.  IgM


Q.23 Antibody are produced by following cells-

  1.  T lymphocytes
  2.  Platelets
  3.  RBC’s
  4.  Lymphocytes

Ans- Lymphocytes

Q. 24 Which of the following Normal skin variation are not presents in newborn?

  1. Milia
  2. Bruishes
  3. Vernix caseosa
  4.  Stork bites


Q. 25 Which of the following disease is caused by sugar cane?

  1.  Byssinosis
  2.  Bagassosis
  3.  Anthracosis
  4. Asbestosis


  • Rational- Bagassosis is an airborne disease caused by inhalation of the fibrous cane-sugar residue, bagasse. It most commonly occurs in those who are frequently close to this material, e.g., sugar factory workers. A study showed that 11 out of 21 bagasse-shredding workers developed the disease over 15 months.