AIIMS Bhubaneswar Senior Nursing Officer Staff Nurse Grade I

Q.1 The contraceptive method that also offers protection against sexually transmitted infection is-

  1. Latex condom use
  2. Oral Contraceptive use
  3. Intrauterine device insertion
  4. Withdrawal method
  • Ans- Latex condom use

Q.2 Carpal tunnel syndrome  is caused by the compression of-

  1. The median nerve
  2. The Radial nerve
  3. The ulnar nerve
  4. The femoral nerve

Ans-The median nerve

Q.3 Amoebiasis is caused by-

  1. Entamoeba histolytica
  2. Toxoplasma gondii
  3. Leishmania donovani
  4. Trypanosoma cruzi
  • Ans-Entamoeba histolytica

Q.4 The neonatal period is define as-

  1. The first days of life
  2. The first 28 days of life
  3. The first day of life
  4. From 1 month to 1 year of life
  • Ans-The first 28 days of life

Q.5 Individual who do Not make decision until they aware of all the facts pertaining to  certain situation are called-

  1. Introvert
  2. Open minded
  3. Extrovert
  4. Judgemental
  • Ans-Open minded

Q.6 The PH of arterial plasma in healthy individual's  is-

  1. 7.5
  2. 7.6
  3. 7.4
  4. 7.2
  • Ans-7.4

Q.7 A client with C4 spinal cord injury  is at greatest risk for-

  1. Neurogenic shock
  2. Respiratory compromise
  3. Paralytic ileus
  4. Stress ulcer

Ans-Respiratory compromise

Q.8 Which of the following is NOT a feature of a healthy mouth-

  1. Dry and rough lips
  2. Pink and moist mouth
  3. Teeth free of debris
  4. Adequate salivation

Ans-Dry and rough lips

Q.9 In HIV the virus Cannot be transmitted by-

  1. Shaking  hands
  2. Blood transfusion
  3. Sexual intercourse
  4. Sharing of needles
  • Ans-Shaking  hands

Q.10 The major class  of immunoglobulin present in human serum is-

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

Q.11 Which of the following is true regrading  deontology-

  1. It focuse on the consequences of action
  2. It encompasses natural law
  3. It incorporates dutiful action of an individual
  4. It is also known as formalism
  • Ans-It focuse on the consequences of action

Q.12 Which of the following is Not a common problem of infant born to diabetic mothers-

  1. Hyperglycemia
  2. Hypocalcaemia
  3. Polycythaemia
  4. Macrosomia
  • Ans-Hyperglycemia

Q.13 The gold standard for the treatment of hot flushes is-

  1. Oxytocin administration
  2. Progesterone administration
  3. Oestrogen  administration
  4. Serotonin administration
  • Ans-Oestrogen  administration

Q.14 When the posterior wall protrudes downwards  through  the anterior vaginal wall it is known as-

  1. Rectocoele
  2. Pyocoele
  3. Cystocoele
  4. Bubonocoele
  • Ans-Cystocoele

Q.15 In Duvall's  eight development  stage of a family life cycle, couples come under-

  1. Stage 1
  2. Stage 7
  3. Stage 8
  4. Stage 5
  • Ans-Stage 1

Q.16 Nursing was defined as The art of utilising the environment  of patients  to assist in their  recovery's by-

  1. Virginia Henderson
  2. Florence Nightingale
  3. Linda Richard
  4. Mary Breckinridge
  • Ans-Florence Nightingale

Q.17 Which of the following  is NOT an expected finding in the assessment  of a client having Intracranial  pressure-

  1. Unequal pupils
  2. Clear consciousness
  3. Irritability
  4. Headache
  • Ans-Clear consciousness

Q.18 Which of the following is INCORRECT with regarding to bathing a baby or child-

  1. It involves topping and tailing
  2. It is usually undertaken with bath toys
  3. It does not have a calming effect on the babies
  4. It offers an ideal opportunity for activities other than for their hygienic needs
  • Ans-It does not have a calming effect on the babies

Q.19 A food item commonly associated with Bacillus cereus food poisoning is-

  1. Honey
  2. Green beans
  3. Baked potato
  4. Fried rice
  • Ans-Fried rice

Q.20 Which of the following  is true about positive-end expiratory  pressure(PEEP)

  1. It reduces venous return
  2. It improve alveolar  gas exchange
  3. It prevents alveolar collapse
  4. It decreases mean airway pressure

Ans-It decreases mean airway pressure