RPSC Nursing Tutor Questions 2016

RPSC Nursing Tutor Questions 2016 

Q.1  Which of these structure holds the smallintestine in its position-

  1. Greater omentum 
  2. Mesocolon 
  3. Mesentery 
  4. Lesser omentum 


Q.2  Platelets are stored at -

  1. 40 to 50o C
  2. -30 o C
  3. 4 o C
  4. 20-24 o C 

Ans-20-24 o C 

Q.3 Fresh frozen plasma contains -

  1. Platelets 
  2. RBCs 
  3. Plasma proteins and clotting factor 
  4. None of the above 

Ans-Plasma proteins and clotting factor 

Q.4  The first clinical sign of vitamin-A deficiency is-

  1.  Keratomalcia 
  2. Bitot’s spots 
  3. Corneal xerosis
  4. Conjunctival xerosis 

Ans-Conjunctival xerosis 

Q.5  Cold chain is used for -

  1. Storage of vaccines 
  2. To treat pyrexia 
  3. To maintain room temperature 
  4. All of these 

Ans-Storage of vaccines 

Q.6  Hypoglossal nerve is-

  1.  6th cranial nerve 
  2.  9th cranial nerve
  3. 12th cranial nerve
  4. 7th cranial nerve 

Ans-12th cranial nerve

Q.7  In a child with the diagnosis of hyper pyloric stenosis, nurse should look for the possible sign of-

  1. Character of stool 
  2. Coughing and feeding 
  3. Quality of cry 
  4. Dehydration 


Q.8  Sleep walking is known as -

  1. Somnambulism
  2. Somniloquy 
  3. Seizures 
  4.  Enuresis


Q.9 As per the RCH, first referral unit (FRU) is-

  1.  District Hospital 
  2. Community Health Center 
  3.  Primary Health Center 
  4. Sub Center 

Ans-Community Health Center

Q.10  Cross infection occurs usually in -

  1. Schools 
  2. Hospital 
  3. Home 
  4. Community 


Q.11 The most frequently occurring number in a set of values is called the-

  1.  Range
  2.  Mode
  3.  Median 
  4. Mean

Ans- Mode

Q.12 Which of the following is an example of a non verbal message-

  1.  Slang 
  2. Jargon 
  3. Smile
  4. Dialogue 

Ans- Smile

Q.13 A patient’s eyes jerk while the patient looks to the left is known as-

  1. Oculocephalia 
  2. CN VI palsy 
  3. Nystagmus 
  4. Ophthalmic dyskinesia 


Q.14 In a patient of head injuries with rapidly increasing intracranial tension without haematoma, the drug of choice of initial management would be-

  1.  Lasix
  2. Steroids
  3. Mannitol
  4. Glycine 


Q.15  Which of the following is administered to control increased ammonia levels in case of hepatic encephalopathy-

  1. Insulin 
  2. Desferoxamine 
  3. Allopurinol 
  4.  Lactulose 

Ans- Lactulose 

Q.16 To avoid pulling the urinary catheter nurse should tape the catheter on patient’s-

  1. Foot 
  2. Hind leg 
  3. Lower thigh 
  4. Upper thigh 

Ans-Upper thigh 

Q.17 An example of holocrine gland is-

  1. A sweat gland
  2. A salivary gland
  3. A pancreatic gland
  4. A sebaceous gland

Ans-A sebaceous gland

Q.18 Which of the following hormones would be administered for the stimulation of uterine contractions- 

  1. Oxytocin
  2. Progesterone 
  3. Fetal cortisol 
  4.  Prolactin 


Q.19 Treatment for varicose veins is-

  1. Radiation 
  2. Ligation and stripping 
  3. Cold therapy 
  4. Ablation therapy

Ans-Ligation and stripping 

Q.20  “Crowning” is seen in which stage of labor-

  1. Fourth Stage 
  2. Third Stage 
  3. Second Stage
  4. First Stage 

Ans-Second Stage

Q.21  In a severely anemic patient you may expect to find-

  1. Ventricular dysarrhythmias and wheezing 
  2. Cardiomegaly and pulmonary fibrosis 
  3. Cyanosis and pulmonary edema 
  4. Dyspnoea and tachycardia 

Ans-Dyspnoea and tachycardia 

Q.22 The one difference between a leader and a manager is that the manager does not have-

  1. Responsibility 
  3. Subordinates 
  4. Formal authority 


Q.23 A team member who does not want to contribute for fear of making a mistake is a-

  1. Controller
  2. Passive members 
  3. Criticiser
  4. Pleaser 

Ans-Passive members 

Q.24 Insulin is used to assess the function of-

  1. Gastric 
  2. Kidney 
  3. Thyroid
  4. Liver 

Ans- Kidney 

Q.25  Post-operative position following cleft palate repair is-

  1. On the side 
  2. In an infant seat 
  3. Prone
  4. Supine

Ans- Prone

Q. 26 The first nursing intervention for the patient who has been sexually assaulted is to- 

  1. Provide supplies for the patient to cleanse self 
  2.  Contact support person for the patient 
  3. Take care of urgent medical problems 
  4. Document bruises and lacerations of the perineum and the cervix 

Ans-Take care of urgent medical problems 

Q.27 Glossitis is due to the deficiency of-

  1. Niacin 
  2. Thiamine 
  3. Vitamin B12
  4. Riboflavin


Q.28 The solution used for barium swallow is -

  1. Barium citrate 
  2. Barium sulphate 
  3. Barium nitrate 
  4. Barium chloride 

Ans- Barium sulphate 

Q.29 The focus of Milieu therapy is to -

  1. Use natural remedies to control behavior 
  2. Role plays life events to meet individual needs 
  3. Allow the patient to perform whatever they want 
  4. Manipulate the environment to bring about positive changes in behavior 

Ans-Manipulate the environment to bring about positive changes in behavior 

Q.30 Which of the following is not a feature of niacin deficiency-

  1. Conjunctival congestion
  2. Psychosis 
  3. Red tongue 
  4. Diarrhoea 

Ans-Conjunctival congestion

Q.31  Early sign of Parkinson’s disease is-

  1. Rigidity 
  2. Tremor
  3. Akinesia 
  4. Bradycardia


Q.32 A female who has given birth to the viable child first time, is termed as-

  1.  Primigavida 
  2.  Nulligravida 
  3. Multipara 
  4. Primipara


Q.33 Who discovered vibrio cholera-

  1. Alexander Flaming 
  2. Necholaier 
  3. Ronald Ross
  4. Robert Koch 

Ans-Robert Koch 

Q.34  Immunization is 

  1. Disability limitation 
  2. Tertiary prevention 
  3. Secondary prevention 
  4. Primary prevention 

Ans-Primary prevention 

Q.35  The local anesthetic which also acts as an antiarrythmic agent-

  1. Ropivacaine
  2. Bupivacaine
  3. Lidocaine 
  4. Cocaine


Q.36 Spread of a disease among a large population of world is called as-

  1.  Pandemic 
  2. Episodic
  3. Epidemic 
  4. Endemic 

Ans- Pandemic

Q.37  Which of the following is the risk factor for osteoporosis-

  1.  Use of NSAIDs 
  2. Use of analgesics 
  3. Anticoagulant therapy
  4.  Prolonged use of glucocorticoids 

Ans- Prolonged use of glucocorticoids 

Q.38  Which of the following is the primary source of heat in the body-

  1.  Muscles 
  2. Metabolism
  3. Hormones
  4.  Blood circulation  


Q.39 Which communicable disease is also known as “German measles”

  1.  Pertusis
  2. Diphtheria 
  3. Rubella 
  4. Mumps 


Q.40  All of the following are acid-fast except-

  1. Staphylococcus 
  2.  Isospora belli 
  3. Nocardia 
  4. Mycobacterium tuberculosis


Q.41 Drugs that cause expulsion of gas from the intestinal track-

  1.  Carminatives
  2. Cathartics
  3. Astringent
  4. Emetics


Q.42  The first sign of chickenpox in the children is-

  1. Fever 
  2. Malaise 
  3. Shivering 
  4. Rashes


Q.43  Deficiency of the following substance causes hypochromic microcytic anaemia-

  1. Niacin
  2. Folate
  3. Vitamin B12
  4. Niacin


Q.44  Which of these planes does the chest leads of a 12 –leaded ECG (electrocardiograph) record the heart electrical activity-

  1. Horizontal 
  2. Transverse 
  3. Coronal 
  4. Sagittal 


Q.45 Best measure for GFR is-

  1. Serum creatinine
  2. Urine output
  3. BUN
  4. PAN 

Ans-Serum creatinine

Q.46 Which of the following drug is the choice of treatment in drug induced anaphylactic shock-

  1. Protamine sulphate
  2. Digoxin
  3. Adrenaline
  4. Dopamine 


Q.47  Bottle fed babies are more prone to-

  1. Diarrhea
  2. Cough and cold 
  3.  Impetigo 
  4. TB 


Q.48 Patient centered nurse will use -

  1. Racket System 
  2. Ego State
  3. Desensitization
  4.  Empathy 

Ans- Empathy 

Q.49 Which among the following is not one of the major methods of data collection-

  1.  Checklists 
  2.  Interviews
  3. Questionnaires 
  4.  Observation 


Q. 50  BCG vaccine is- 

  1. Killed
  2. Live attenuated
  3. Toxoid
  4. Cellular fraction 

Ans-Live attenuated