Staff Nurse Exam Model Question Paper 35 with Answer

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Q.01 The most important Nurse Responsibility in Relation to Intravenous Drug
Administration is-
A. Controlling the flow rate
B. Checking the prescription chart
C. Checking and maintaining patency of the vascular access device
D. Knowing the therapeutic use of drug

Q.02 The legal responsibilities of a Nurse includes-
A. Protect the patients' rights
B. Keep legal records safety
C. Legal documentation
D. Both (1) and (2)

Q.03 The failure of professionals to provide proper care and competent care to patient
A. Negligence
B. Dissemination
C. Parole
D. Malpractice

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Q.04 This is one of the commonest Condition associated with a high risk of suicideA.
Drug and Alcohol abuse
B. Schizophrenia
C. Major depression
D. Mania

Q.05 It is leading cause of death in Infants and Young children-
A. Pneumonia
B. Congenital anomalies
C. Diarrheal infection
D. Communicable diseases

Q.06 Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness (IMNCI) developed


Q.07 DPT and DT vaccine should be stored between-
A. 4-8 degree Celsius
B. 4-6 degree Celsius
C. 6-8 degree Celsius
D. 4-10 degree Celsius

Q.08 The true contraindications of breast feeding are-
A. HIV and Lithium therapy
B. Cystic fibrosis and Galactosemia
C. Galactosemia and Phenylketonuria
D. Cystic fibrosis and Galactosemia

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Q.09 The Nursing management of Children with Congestive Cardiac Failure is-
A. Bed rest in propped up position (45 degree)
B. Oxygen Therapy
C. Restricting Activities
D. All the above

Q.10 The most important Nursing management of children with Rheumatic Fever is-
A. Bed rest
B. Nutrition
C. Antibiotic therapy
D. Steroid therapy

Q.11 One of the most important preventive measure in Thalassemia-
A. Antenatal screening
B. Early blood examination
C. Fetoscopy
D. Genetic Counselling

Q.12 The most important Etiological factors of Cerebral Palsy includes-
A. Low birth weight and Congenital malformation of Central Nervous System
B. Perinatal Hypoxia and Kernicterus
C. Birth trauma and Intraventricular Hemorrhage
D. Birth Asphyxia and Birth trauma

Q.13 Which of the following is not a sign and symptom of shock.?
A. Casualty complaints of thirst
B. Blurring of vision, Fainting and Giddiness
C. Face and lips becomes pale, Restlessness and Unconsciousness
D. Pulse becomes slower and stronger

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Q.14 Which of the following Checks of the casualty is give the first priority.
A. Pulse and Respiration
B. Bleeding
C. Airway and Breathing
D. Unconsciousness

Q.15 Preventive method of thick me conium stained liquor is-
A. Oropharyngeal suction before delivery
B. Oropharyngeal suction after delivery
C. Oropharyngeal suction during delivery
D. Nasal suctioning before and after delivery

Q.16 The reason for increased oral feeds for new born in Physiological Jaundice-
A. To enhance bilirubin excretion
B. To enhance bilirubin production
C. To enhance bilirubin absorption
D. To enhance bilirubin exchange


Q.17 It is one of the major public health problem in India-
A. Malnutrition
B. Diarrhea
C. Communicable Diseases
D. Respiratory infection

Q.18 The management of Intra Cranial Pressure (ICP) in Head injury includes-
A. Prevention and treatment of convulsion
B. Prevention and treatment of fever
C. Assessment of Glasgow coma Scale
D. Slight head up position and controlled hyperventilation

Q.19 The primary prevention of Mental Retardation includes-
A. Early detection
B. Psychiatric treatment
C. Hormone replacement therapy
D. Genetic counselling

Q.20 Dysfunction Uterine bleeding means-
A. Excess or irregular Uterine bleeding
B. Excess of Uterine bleeding
C. Irregular of Uterine bleeding
D. Excess flow of Uterine bleeding for long period

Q.21 Euthanasia means-
A. Bad death
B. Good death
D. Advocacy

Q.22 A nurse who is liable to her course of action is termed as-
A. Responsible
B. Competent
C. Accountable
D. Autonomy

Q.23 It is a set of collective statement about a group's expectations and standard of
A. Personal code of ethics
B. Professional code of ethics
C. The ICN code of ethics
D. Elements of the code

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Q.24 LAMA stands for-
A. Left Against Medical Advice
B. Limited Access to Medical Advice
C. Leave Application for Medical Advice
D. None of the above

Q.25 The purpose of nursing diagnosis is to-
A. Analyze the collected data
B. Synthesize the data
C. Evaluate the data
D. Both (1) and (2)

Q.26 Child health is greatly depending upon-
A. Maternal health
B. Family health
C. Socio economic status
D. Individual health

Q.27 It is the single most important determinant of the changes of the survival and
healthy development of children-
A. Infections
B. Low birth weight
C. Malnutrition
D. Poverty

Q.28 It is a specialized area of child health-
A. Promotive pediatrics
B. Social pediatrics
C. Environmental pediatrics
D. Preventive pediatrics

Q.29 It refers to individual self Determination and freedom of choice is-
A. Informed consent
B. Veracity
C. Autonomy
D. Respect

Q.30 Priorities are set based upon-
A. Clients condition
B. Nurses condition
C. Hospital condition
D. Family condition

Q.31 Which of the following skill is needed for physical examination.?
A. Intact senses
B. Objectivity
C. Communication
D. All of the above

Q.32 Never palpate both carotid and symmetrical pulse at same time because-
A. Excessive pressure may obstruct blood flow to the brain
B. Excessive pressure may obstruct blood flow to the lungs
C. Excessive pressure may obstruct blood flow to the heart
D. Excessive pressure may obstruct blood flow to the superior venacava

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Q.33 An indicator of fluid balance-
A. Urea
B. Hemoglobin
C. Sodium
D. Nitrogen

Q.34 It is a occupation of ethical components, devoted for the promotion of human
and social welfare-
B. Ethics
C. Philosophy
D. Profession

Q.35 The target of millennium Development Goals in India is-
A. Reduce infectious disease
B. Improve nutrition
C. Increase standard of living
D. Eradicate extreme poverty

Q.36 Inhalation of cotton fiber dust over long period of time is known as-
A. Bagassosis
B. Farmers lung
C. Byssinosis
D. Arsenic lung

Q.37 The side effects of sublingual Nitro-glycerin are-
A. Headache, hypertension, cyanosis
B. Headache, hypotension, tachycardia
C. Headache, cyanosis, bradycardia
D. Headache, cyanosis, tachycardia

Q.38 Hypoxia means-
A. Lack of oxygen in tissues
B. Lack of oxygen in blood
C. Lack of oxygen in skin
D. Lack of oxygen in capillaries

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Q.39 Clinical sign of death-
A. Slow respiration
B. Weak pulse
C. Stiffening of the body
D. Dilated pupil

Q.40 The most important technique in preventing and controlling transmission of
pathogens is-
A. Cleaning equipment
B. Utilizing gloves
C. Hand washing
D. Wearing mask

Q.41 The normal amount of oxygen in the arterial blood should be in the range of-
A. 80 - 100 mm of Hg
B. 80 - 95 mm of Hg
C. 90 - 100 mm of Hg
D. 75 - 95 mm of Hg

Q.42 The type of restrains to prevent the patient pulling a catheter, iv lines and Hair
A. Elbow
B. Mitten
C. Clove hitch
D. Bootis

Q.43 The flow rate (drops/mt) of 800 ml Ringer lactate solution for 10 Hours
transfusion through macro drip set-
A. 30 drops/mt
B. 25 drops/mt
C. 20 drops/mt
D. 35 drops/mt

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Q.44 Dengue infection is caused by-
A. Artho virus
B. Aedes aegypti virus
C. Para-Mixo virus
D. RNA virus

Q.45 One of the diagnostic test for Tuberculosis-
A. Mantoux test
B. Blood culture
C. Complete blood test
D. Widal test

Q.46 The aim of Advance Life Support is-
A. To enhance the tidal volume of lungs
B. To restore the function of brain
C. To restore spontaneous heart beat and respiration
D. To improve the breathing and circulation

Q.47 One of the Spacing Barrier Contraceptive Method-
A. Intrauterine device
B. Vasectomy
C. Tubectomy
D. Condoms

Q.48 The life span of RBCs-
A. 120 days
B. 80 days
C. 110 days
D. 125 days

Q.49 One of the symptoms and sign of meningeal irritation
A. Fever
B. Neck stiffness
C. Convulsion
D. Pain

Q.50 The initial assessment of New born is-
A. Transitional assessment
B. Apgar score assessment
C. Ongoing assessment
D. Clinical assessment

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