Download Staff Nurse Exam Model Question Paper 20 with Answer

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Q. 01 Ciliary body in the eyeball is the extension of the -
A. Sclera
B. Choroid
C. Retina
D. Cornea

Q. 02 Which of the following dietary factors increases absorption of calcium?
A. Presence of fatty acids
B. Protein rich diet
C. Phytic acid or excess of fibres
D. Presence of oxalates (cabbage, spinach, etc.)

Q. 03 Which of the following plays a role in neuromuscular excitability and nerve transmission?
A. Na+
B. K+
C. Ca++
D. All the above

Q. 04 Cooking below boiling point (about 85oC) as in case of meat and fish to prevent hardening of fibers is called-
A. Stewing
B. Simmering
C. Roasting
D. Baking

Q. 05 Which of the following are not affected or changed much by heat?
A. Carbohydrates
B. Protein
C. Fats
D. Vitamins

Q. 06 Which of the following should be boiled thoroughly?
A. Cereals
B. Pulses
C. Green leafy vegetables
D. Fish

Q. 07 Which of the following drugs is used to control the progress of AIDS?
A. Ampicillin
B. Zidovudine
C. Streptomycin
D. Dexona

Q. 08 Effect of adrenaline is -
A. Increased heart rate
B. Vasoconstriction
C. Vasodilatation
D. Both (a) and (b)

Q. 09 Which of the following medicine is useful in the treatment of organophosphorus poisoning?
A. Neostigmine
B. Atropine
C. Magnesium sulphate
D. D-penicillamine

Q. 10 Medicine given during acute anaphylactic reaction is
A. Atropine
B. Aminophylline
C. Deriphylline
D. Adrenaline

Q. 11 Anti-tubercular drug which does not cross blood brain barrier is
A. Streptomycin
C. Rifampicin
D. Pyrazinamide

Q. 12 Which one of the following is not a water-borne or food-borne virus?
A. Polio virus
B. Hepatitis A
C. Norwalk-like virus
D. Ebola virus

Q. 13 Which of the following is the part of third line defense (specific resistance)?
A. Inflammation
B. Antibodies
C. Fever
D. Antimicrobial substance

Q. 14 Which one of the following is a toxoid vaccine?
A. Typhoid
B. Influenza
C. Diphtheria
D. Hepatitis B

Q. 15 The trace elements refers to -
A. The elements nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur
B. Vitamins
C. Small mineral requirements
D. Toxic substance

Q. 16 Amoebic dysentery is caused by -
A. Amoeba proteus
B. Entamoeba histolytica
C. Balantinium coli
D. Giardia lamblia

Q. 17 Planning commission is a -
A. Statutory body
B. Executive body
C. Autonomous body
D. None of the these

Q. 18 Right of information is a -
A. Fundamental right
B. Legal right
C. Both (a) and (b)
D. Neither (a) nor (b)

Q. 19 Dribble is a term used in -
A. Hockey
B. Football
C. Basketball
D. All the above

Q. 20 The satellite freight city is being developed near which of the following cities?
A. New Delhi
B. Orissa
C. Guragon
D. Kolkata

Q. 21 Most highly intelligent mammals are -
A. Whales
B. Dolphins
C. Elephants
D. Kangaroo

Q. 22 The client admitted with angina is given a prescription for nitroglycerin. The client should be instructed to:-
A. Replenish his supply every 3 months
B. Take one every 15 minutes if pain occurs
C. Leave the medication in brown bottle
D. Crush the medication and take with water

Q. 23 Area rank of Maharashtra in India:
A. 2nd
B. 4th
C. 5th
D. 3rd

Q. 24 A provider calls the nurse to obtain the daily laboratory results of a client who is receiving parenteral nutrition. Which is the most important laboratory result for the nurse to present to the provider?
A. WBC count
B. Serum electrolyte levels
C. Arterial blood gas levels
D. Hemoglobin and hematocrit levels

Q. 25 The nurse caring for a client with a closed head injury obtains an intracranial pressure (ICP) reading of 17mmHg. The nurse recognizes that:
A. The ICP is elevated and the doctor should be notified
B. The ICP is normal; therefore, no further action is needed
C. The ICP is low and the client needs additional IV fluids
D. The ICP reading is not as reliable as the Glasgow coma scale
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Q. 26 While caring for a client with hypertension, the nurse notes the following vital signs, BP of 140/20mmhg, pulse- 120, respirations-36, and temperature-100.8 degree Fahrenheit. The nurse’s initial action should be to.
A. Call the doctor
B. Recheck the vital signs
C. Obtain arterial blood gases
D. Obtain an ECG

Q. 27 What event occurring in the second trimester helps the expectant mother to accept the pregnancy?
A. Lightening
B. Ballottement
C. Pseudocyesis
D. Quickening

Q. 28 A nurse is assessing a client with Addison’s disease for signs of hyperkalemia. The nurse expects to note which of the following if hyperkalemia is present?
A. Polyuria
B. Cardiac dysrhythmias
C. Dry mucous membranes
D. Prolonged bleeding time

Q. 29 When administering a tuberculin skin test, the nurse should insert needle at a :
A. 15o angle
B. 30o angle
C. 45o angle
D. 90o angle

Q. 30 If green’ is called ‘white’, ‘white’ is called yellow’, ‘yellow’ is called ‘blue’,
‘blue’ is called
‘pink’ and ‘pink’ is called ‘black’, then what is the colour of sky?
A. green
B. blue
C. pink
D. yellow

Q. 31 Which finding is the best indication that a client with ineffective airway
clearance needs suctioning?
A. Oxygen saturation
B. Respiratory rate
C. Breath sounds
D. Arterial blood gas

Q. 32 A home care nurse visits a pregnant client who has a diagnosis of mild
preeclampsia. Which assessment finding indicates a worsening of the preeclampsia
and the need to notify the physician?
A. Urinary output has increased
B. Dependent edema has resolved
C. Blood pressure reading is at the prenatal baseline
D. The clients complains of a headache and blurred Vision

Q. 33 Each time a client is scheduled for a therapy session she develops headache and
nausea. The nurse might interpret this behavior as:
A. Conversion
B. Reaction formation
C. Projection
D. Suppression

Q. 34 A large muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity and
helps with breathing.
A. Larynx
B. Trachea
C. Diaphragm
D. None of these

Q. 35 The nurse has an order for medication to be administered intrathecally. The
nurse is aware that medications will be administered by which method?
A. Intravenously
B. Rectally
C. Intramuscularly
D. Into the cerebrospinal fluid

Q. 36 The nurse is teaching a group of new graduates about the safety needs of the
client receiving chemotherapy. Before administering chemotherapy, the nurse should:
A. Administer bolus of IV fluid
B. Administer pain medication
C. Administer an antiemetic
D. Allow the patient a chance to eat

Q. 37 Total Number of Districts in Maharashtra?
A. 36
B. 34
C. 23
D. 28

Q. 38 A nurse is preparing a woman in labor for an amniotomy. The nurse should
assess which priority data before the procedure?
A. Fetal heart rate
B. Maternal heart rate
C. Fetal scalp sampling
D. Maternal blood pressure

Q. 39 In severe pre-eclampsia women can develop HELLP syndrome which is very
serious and life threatening. Which of the following are characteristic finding in the
HELLP syndrome?
A. Elevated liver enzymes
B. Hemolysis
C. Low platelets
D. All of the choices

Q. 40 DIRECTIONS: Select the related numbers from the given alternatives.
21 : 3 :: 574 : ?
A. 23
B. 82
C. 97
D. 113

Q. 41 The client with suspected meningitis is admitted to the unit. The doctor is
performing an assessment to determine meningeal irritation and spinal nerve root
inflammation. A positive Kernig’s sign is charted if the nurse notes:
A. Pain on flexion of the hip and knee
B. Nuchal rigidity on flexion of the neck
C. Pain when the head is turned to the left side
D. Dizziness when changing positions

Q. 42 If a train, with a speed of 60 km/hr, crossed a pole in 60 second, the length of
the train (in meters) is:
A. 1000
B. 900
C. 750
D. 500

Q. 43 The longest vein in the human body is;
A. Jugular
B. Inferior venacava
C. Long saphenous
D. Subclavian

Q. 44 In which gestational age the Chronic villus sampling (CVS) can be performed
trans cervically.
A. 7-9 weeks
B. 10-12 weeks
C. 16-18 weeks
D. 20-22 weeks

Q. 45 Albumin is one of the plasma proteins is synthesized in :
A. Spleen
B. Pancreas
C. Adrenal gland
D. Liver

Q. 46 Which cell feature is responsible for making proteins?
A. Lysosome
B. Ribosomes
C. Mitochondria
D. None of these

Q. 47 A client with psychotic depression is receiving haloperidol (Haldol). Which of
the following side effects is associated with haloperidol?
A. Akathisia
B. Cataracts
C. Diaphoresis
D. Polyuria

Q. 48 In planning care for the patient with ulcerative colitis, the nurse identifies which
nursing diagnosis as a priority?
A. Anxiety
B. Impaired skin integrity
C. Fluid volume deficit
D. Nutrition altered, less than body requirements

Q. 49 A nurse is performing an assessment on a pregnant client with a history of
cardiac disease. The nurse checks which body area for venous congestion, knowing
that it is most commonly noted in this area?
A. Vulva
B. Around the eyes
C. Fingers of the hands
D. Around the abdomen

Q. 50 A client with increased intracranial pressure is placed on mechanical ventilation
with hyperventilation. The nurse knows that the purpose of the hyperventilation is to:
A. Prevent the development of acute respiratory failure
B. Decrease cerebral blood flow
C. Increase systemic tissue perfusion
D. Prevent cerebral anoxia

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