Important Nursing Examination Question

Important Nursing Examination Question 

Q.1 Marriage is considered to be necessary because

  1. This is the only way of sexual gratification
  2. This provides societal sanction
  3. This is the only way to acquire to paternal property
  4. It is regularized and provides socially sanctioned sex gratification
  • Ans-It is regularized and provides socially sanctioned sex gratification

Q.2 Society emerges out of-

  1. Men's existence 
  2. Community's existence
  3. Problem's existence
  4. Relationship
  • Ans-Men's existence

Q.3 The teaching which is presented in a dramatical way known as-

  1. Demonstration
  2. Role play
  3. Symposium
  4. Lecture 
  • Ans- Role play

Q.4 In communication process which is also known as Decoder-

  1. Message
  2. Sender 
  3. Channel
  4. Receiver
  • Ans- Receiver

Q.5 Brief account of any incident that has been occurred, termed as-

  1. Audit
  2. Checklist
  3. Anecdotal
  4. Evaluation 
  • Ans- Anecdotal

Q.6 Examples of non projected teaching aids are except -

  1. Laptop 
  2. Models
  3. Specimen
  4. Flashcard 
  • Ans-Laptop 

Q.7 What do you mean by legal responsibilities in nursing practice?

  1. The way in which you are obliged to obey the law in professional activities
  2. The responsibilities of a nurse towards his patient society and profession
  3. The responsibilities of a patient towards his nurse and treating doctor
  4. The responsibility of a nurse to perform various nursing procedure
  • Ans-The way in which you are obliged to obey the law in professional activities

Q.8 Thinking is also known as-

  1. Memory
  2. Motivation
  3.  Cognition
  4. Attention
  • Ans-Cognition

Q.9 Who classified personality as extrovert and introvert?

  1. Karl G. Jung
  2. Geordon Allport
  3.  Watson
  4.  Bruner
  • Ans-Karl G. Jung

Q.10 Acquisition of skills is known as-

  1. Cognitive learning
  2. Affective learning
  3. Learning by conditioned reflex
  4. Psychomotor learning
  • Ans-Psychomotor learning

Q.11 Restriction in the study that may decrease the credibility the research findings-

  1. Delimitations
  2.  Limitations
  3.  Hypothesis
  4.  Assumptions 
  • Ans-Limitations

Q.12 In following which is not under the non-probability sampling technique-

  1.  Convenient sampling
  2. Censecutive sampling
  3. Cluster sampling
  4. Quota sampling 
  • Ans-Cluster sampling

Q.13 Rejection of true null hypothesis is-

  1. Type I error
  2. Type II error
  3.  Sampling error
  4.  None of the above 
  • Ans-Type I error

Q.14 The degree of consistency with which an instrument measures the attribute it is designed to measure-

  1.  Reliability
  2.  Validity
  3. Probalbility
  4. All of the above 
  • Ans-All of the above 

Q.15 The disease which is characterized by 3D's -

  1. Meningitis
  2.  Pallegra
  3.  Beri beri
  4.  Kwashiorkor 
  • Ans-Pallegra

Q.16 One of the following that does not have protective function-

  1.  Milk
  2.  Fish
  3. Fruits
  4. Green leafy vegetables 
  • Ans-Fish

Q.17 The vitamin that is helpful in blood clotting-

  1.  Vitamin K
  2.  Vitamin A
  3.  Vitamin D
  4.  Vitamin C 
  • Ans-Vitamin K

Q.18 In following which is not an essential amino acids-

  1.  Methionine
  2.  Arginine
  3.  Lysine
  4.  Leucine 
  • Ans-Arginine

Q.19 Circulation of blood was discovered by-

  1. Darwin
  2. Aristotle
  3.  Harvey
  4. Pasteur
  • Ans- Harvey

Q.20 Atoconium is found in-

  1. Perilymph
  2. Hemolymph
  3. Sinovial fluid
  4. Otolith membrane 
  • Ans-Hemolymph

Q.21 Which of the following antibodies are produced in an allergic disorders? 

  1. IgA
  2. IgD
  3. IgM
  4.  IgE 
  • Ans-IgE 

Q.22 The common side effect of chemotherapy-

  1. Anorexia
  2. Nausea and vomiting
  3. Stomatitis
  4. Constipation
  • Ans-Nausea and vomiting

Q.23 Which of the following childhood infections may be a cause of infertility in the male-

  1.  Mumps
  2.  Measles
  3.  Pertusis
  4.  Diptheria 
  • Ans- Mumps

Q.24 Diagnosis of Diabetes Insipidus is confirmed by-

  1. Water deprivation test
  2. Capillary blood glucose test
  3. Urine test for specific gravity
  4. Urine test for glucose
  • Ans-Water deprivation test

Q.25 The symptoms of hyperprolactinemia are all of the following except-

  1. Galactorrhea
  2. Failure of lactation
  3. Amenorrhea
  4. Decreased libido 
  • Ans-Failure of lactation

Q.26 The most accurate laboratory test for renal function is-

  1.  Blood urea nitrogen
  2.  Urinalysis
  3.  Creatine clearence
  4.  Serum creatinine
  • Ans-Creatine clearence

Q.27 A patient's gastric analysis test reveals excess secretion of gastric acid. The nurse would suspect which of the following diagnosis-

  1. Duodenal ulcer
  2. Gastric ulcer
  3. Gastric cancer
  4. Chronic atrophic gastritis
  • Ans-Duodenal ulcer

Q.28 When a patient is on mechanical ventilation which of the following equipment should be kept ready at bedside?

  1. Water-seal chest drainage set up
  2. Oxygen analyzer
  3. Tracheostomy cleaning kit
  4. Manual resuscitation bag
  • Ans- Manual resuscitation bag

Q.29 A patient is being treated with tab digoxin for supra ventricular tachycardia. What sign and symptoms are indicative of digoxin toxicity-

  1. Yellow vision
  2. Convulsions
  3. Vertigo
  4. Muscle cramping
  • Ans-Yellow vision

Q.30 The heel-to-shin test assess-

  1.  Muscle strength of lower extremities
  2.  Muscle coordination of lower extremities
  3. Involuntary movement of lower extremities
  4.  All of the above
  • Ans-Muscle coordination of lower extremities

Q.31 In following which is not included in the 4A's of schizophrenia-

  1.  Autism
  2. Association disturbances
  3.  Affect disturbances
  4.  Anxiety
  • Ans- Anxiety

Q.32 A patient has adequate speech amount but content provides little information, the patient is suffering from-

  1.  Poverty of ideation
  2.  Mutism
  3. Poverty of speech
  4.  Echolalia 
  • Ans-Poverty of ideation

Q.33 In following which is not a withdrawal symptom of alcohol-

  1. Delirium tremens
  2.  Rum fits
  3. Cirrhosis of liver
  4.  Alcoholic hallucination
  • Ans- Cirrhosis of liver

Q.34 Inability to verbally describe one's emotionally feelings-

  1.  Agitation
  2.  Akinesia
  3. Alexithymia
  4. Anhedonia 
  • Ans-Alexithymia

Q.35 In following which is not an example of opoid-

  1.  Naloxane
  2. Pethidine
  3. Heroine
  4.  Morphine 
  • Ans-Naloxane