AIIMS Bhubaneswar nursing officer 2019

AIIMS Bhubaneswar nursing officer 2019 Question paper with Rational

Q. 1  Which of the following is not a sign symptoms of Respiratory distress in Neonate-

  1. Cyanosis
  2. Bradycardia
  3. Intercostal Retraction
  4.  Tachypnoea

Ans -Bradycardia

  • Rational-Bradycardia is a slower than normal heart rate. The hearts of adults at rest usually beat between 60 and 100 times a minute. If you have bradycardia your heart beats fewer than 60 times a minute.

Q. 2 Which is not included in ethical principle-

  1. Justice
  2.  Maleficence
  3. Autonomy
  4. Non maleficence

Ans- Maleficence

Q. 3  Arterial blood pH is-

1. 7.2

2.  7.4

3. 7.3

4. 7.8


  • Rational-The first step in evaluating a blood gas report is to look at pH. The normal range for arterial blood pH is 7.35 to 7.45. A pH greater than 7.45 indicates alkalosis or more alkaline blood and a pH below 7.35 indicates acidosis or more acidic blood.

Q. 4  In a laboratory, most human pathogens grow in-

  1.  20-30 degree
  2.  15-20 degree
  3.  30-37 degree
  4. 38-39 degree

Ans- 30-37 degree

Q. 5 Two factor employee motivational theory is given by-

  1.  Kohler
  2.  Alderber
  3.  Herzberg
  4.  Maslow


  • Rational-Herzberg’s Motivation Theory model, or Two Factor Theory, provides two factors that affect motivation in the workplace. These factors are hygiene factors and motivating factors. Hygiene factors will cause an employee to work less if not present. Motivating factors will encourage an employee to work harder if present.


Q. 6 Carpal Tunnel syndrome are occurs due to compressed of following Nerve-

  1.  Brachial plexus
  2.  Motor fibers of Radial Nerve
  3. Sensory fibers
  4.  Median Nerve

Ans- Median Nerve

Q. 7 Foot droop is caused by following nerve damage-

  1. Tibial Nerve
  2.  Femoral Nerve
  3.  Deep Peroneal Nerve
  4.  Malleolus Nerve

Ans-Deep Peroneal Nerve

  • Rational-Foot drop is a medical condition where the individual is unable to properly lift the front part of the foot resulting in the dragging of the foot on the ground. Drop foot is the result of moderate to severe damage to the peroneal nerve, trauma to the sciatic nerve, or general paralysis of the muscles. 

Q. 8 Sex Ratio is defined as-

  1.  No of females per 100 male population
  2. No of males per 1000 population
  3. No of females per 1000 male population
  4. No of females per 10000 male population

Ans-No of females per 1000 male population

  • Rational-Sex ratio is used to describe the number of females per 1000 of males. Sex ratio is a valuable source for finding the population of women in India and what is the ratio of women to that of men in India. In the Population Census of 2011 it was revealed that the population ratio in India 2011 is 940 females per 1000 of males. The Sex Ratio 2011 shows an upward trend from the census 2001 data.

Q. 9 Plasma osmolarity Range is-

  1.  240-250 mosl/kg H2O
  2.  270-280 mosl/kg H2O
  3.  220-230 mosl/kg H2O
  4.  280-295 mosl/kg H2O

Ans-280-295 mosl/kg H2O

  • Rational-Plasma osmolarity: The osmolarity of blood plasma, which is a measure of the hydration status. The plasma osmolarity is sensitive to changes in hydration status during  dehydration and rehydration. The normal plasma osmolarity is in the range of 280-300 mOs/kg. 

Q. 10 Which of the following is not true in mastitis-

  1.  Pregnancy
  2. No nipples discharge and pain
  3. Infection of Connective tissue of breast
  4. Lactation or non lactation


Q. 11 Right Hemisphere damage which is not included-

  1.  Left hemiplegia
  2.  Left hemiparesis
  3. Right hemiplegia
  4. Weakness in left side of body

Ans-Right hemiplegia


Q. 12 Which of the following condition are Abnormal in mouth-

  1. Dry mouth and dry lips
  2.  Moist tongue
  3.  Moist lips
  4. Moist mouth

Ans-Dry mouth and dry lips


Q. 13 Microorganism that cause dental carries-

  1.  Salmonella
  2.  Candida Albicans
  3. Streptococcus
  4. Staphylococcus


Q.14 Decrease oxygen in blood is called-

  1. Hypoxia
  2. Apnea
  3. Cyanosis
  4. Hypoxemia


  • Rational-Hypoxemia refers to the low level of oxygen in blood, and the more general term hypoxia is an abnormally low oxygen content in any tissue or organ, or the body as a whole. Hypoxemia can cause hypoxia (hypoxemic hypoxia).

Q. 15 Age related hearing loss is-

  1. Presbycusis
  2.  SHL
  3.  CHL
  4. Presbyopia


  • Rational-Presbycusis definition can be complicated but simply put it is a slowly progressing Sensorineural hearing loss. It always affects both ears to the same degree, and usually starts at the age of 50. 

Q. 16 C4 vertebrae damage cause following symptoms-

  1.  Flaccid bladder
  2. Hypertension
  3. Respiratory symptoms
  4. Hyperactive bowel

Ans-Respiratory symptoms

Q.17 120% of 75 is-

  1.  110
  2.  100
  3. 90
  4.  80



  • 120 divided by 100 makes 1% of 120 then multiply that answer by 75 to make 75%
  • 120 / 100 = 1.2 so 1.2 x 75 = 90


Q. 18 Normal Hb of Neonate is-

  1.  11-16gm/dl
  2.  14-16gm/dl
  3. 17-20gm/dl
  4. 10-12gm/dl



Q.19 1gm Hb carrying how much Oxygen?

  1.  2.34 mlO2/gm
  2.  3.34 mlO2/gm
  3.  1.34 mlO2/gm
  4.  0.34 mlO2/gm

Ans-1.34 mlO2/gm


Q.20 Decend of Testis occurs-

  1. Before Birth
  2.  16 weeks
  3.  24 weeks
  4.  After 7 months

Ans-Before Birth

Q.21 Which of the following is not a visual aid use in health education?

  1.  Chart
  2. Film strip
  3. Audio cassette
  4.  Poster

Ans-Audio cassette

Q.22 Thyroxine hormone are secreted by following glands?

  1.  Thymus gland
  2.  Thyroid gland
  3. Ovary
  4.  Pituitary gland

Ans-Thyroid gland

Q.23  Testosterone Secrete which cell-

  1.  Epididymis
  2. Hofbauer cells
  3.  Leydig cells of testis
  4. Sertoli cells

Ans-Leydig cells of testis

  • Rational-Testosterone plays an essential role in maintaining spermatogenesis and male fertility, and the primary known source of testosterone is testicular Leydig cells, which are regulated by luteinizing hormone (LH). However, whether any other ways of testosterone secretion exist still remains unknown.


Q.24 Which of the following is not a side effects of morphine sulphate?

  1.  Absence of deep tendon reflex
  2.  Decrease Respiration
  3.  Increased Respiration rate
  4.  Decreased CNS

Ans-Increased Respiration rate

Q.25 Which Hepatitis are transferred through institutional and health organisation?

  1. Hepatitis D
  2.  Hepatitis C
  3. Hepatitis B
  4.  Hepatitis A

Ans-. Hepatitis A


Q. 26 Dysmenorrhoea is a-

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

Ans-. Painful menstruation

Q.27 Adult BMR decrease with increase of the following-

  1.  Body fat mass
  2. Fever
  3. Body surface area
  4. Muscles

​​​​​​​Ans-. Body surface area

Q. 28 Most Common suited pelvis for delivery is-

  1. Android
  2. Anthropoid
  3. Gynecoid
  4. Platypelloid


Q. 29 Serum Hepatitis also known as-

  1. Hepatitis A
  2. Hepatitis B
  3.  Hepatitis C
  4.  Hepatitis D

Ans-. Hepatitis B


Q.30 HIV are not transmitted following types of contraceptives?

  1.  Hormonal method
  2.  Oral contraceptive
  3.  Condom
  4.  Cu. T380


Q.31 Which of the following disease are the Autoimmune disease?

  1. Spondylitis
  2.  Haemophilia
  3. Myasthenia Gravis
  4.  Parkinson’s disease

Ans-Myasthenia Gravis


Q.32 Which of the following route are not transmission of HIV?

  1.  Needle prick
  2.  Parenteral route
  3. Blood transfusion
  4. Safe for blood and fluid

Ans-Safe for blood and fluid


Q.33 Providing Health education about the environmental hygiene the community people is-

  1. Structural communication
  2. Social communication
  3.  Formal communication
  4. Therapeutic communication

Ans-Structural communication