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Q.01 In a certain code GONE is written as ‘5139’ and NODAL is written as ‘31268’.
How is LODGE written in that code language?
A. 81259
B. 84259
C. 82459
D. 82659

Q.02 A client with hyperthyroidism is taking lithium carbonate to inhibit thyroid
hormone release With complaint by the client should alert the nurse to a problem with
the client’s medication?
A. The client complains of blurred vision
B. The client complains of increased thirst and increased urination
C. The client complains of increased weight gain over the past year
D. The client complains of ringing in the ears

Q.03 Out of the given four words only one is not spelt correctly. Find the word that is
not correctly spelt.
A. apparently
B. noticeable
C. necessary
D. occurrence

Q.04 A client is scheduled for an arteriogram using a radiopaque dye. The nurse
assesses which most critical item before the procedure?
A. Vital signs
B. Intake and output
C. Height and weight
D. Allergy to iodine or shellfish

Q.05 DIRECTIONS: A sentence with an underlined word is given below. Find the
Word which is most similar in meaning to the underlined word.New technology
means that astronomers can accomplish in a single night what once took years.
A. achieve
B. separate
C. eliminate
D. abandon

Q.06 FHS can be auscultated with a fetoscope as early as which of the following?
A. 5 weeks gestation
B. 10 weeks gestation
C. 15 weeks gestation
D. 20 weeks gestation

Q.07 The nurse is caring for a client with an intracranial aneurysm. The nurse
interprets that which of the following is related to the dysfunction of cranial nerve III?
A. Mild drowsiness
B. Ptosis of the left eyelid
C. Slight slurring of speech
D. Less frequent spontaneous speech

Q.08 A home care nurse assesses an older client’s functional status and ability to
perform activities of daily living. The nurse focuses the assessment on:
A. Everyday routines
B. Self-care activities
C. Household management
D. Endurance and flexibility

Q.09 Which of the following post-operative diets is most appropriate for the client
who has had a haemorrhoidectomy?
A. High-fibre
B. Low-residue
C. Bland
D. Clear-liquid

Q.10 Out of the given options, choose the most appropriate one to fill in the blank.
She has fought a constant battle……….depression throughout her career.
A. with
B. from
C. at
D. into

Q.11 If a:b is 3:4, b:c is 2:5, find a : b : c.
A. 3 : 4 : 10
B. 3 : 5 : 7
C. 3 : 4 : 8
D. 3 : 2 : 9

Q.12 The nurse is providing dietary teaching for a client with elevated cholesterol
levels. Which cooking oil is not suggested for the client on a low-cholesterol diet?
A. Safflower oil
B. Sunflower oil
C. Coconut oil
D. Canola oil

Q.13 A 6-month-old is hospitalized with symptoms of botulism. What aspect of the
infant’s history is associated with CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULISM infection?
A. The infant sucks on his fingers and toes
B. The mother sweetens the infant’s cereal with honey
C. The infant was switched to soy-based formula
D. The father recently purchased an aquarium

Q.14 Which of the following is not included in the definition of personality
A. It deals with adaptations to the environment
B. It deals with how traits influence the environment
C. It deals with how the environment influences traits
D. All of the above are included

Q.15 The nurse is caring for a client who is receiving parenteral nutrition through a
central venous catheter. Which action should the nurse plan to implement to decrease
the risk of infection in this client?
A. Track the client’s oral temperature
B. Administer antibiotics intravenously
C. Evaluate the differential of the leukocytes
D. Use sterile technique for dressing changes

Q.16 Total Area of Maharashtra State:
A. 307,713 km 2
B. 607,713 km 2
C. 189,718 km 2
D. 217,718 km 2

Q.17 During the first 4 hours after a male circumcision, assessing for which of the
following is the priority?
A. Infection
B. Hemorrhage
C. Discomfort
D. Dehydration

Q.18 A client receiving parnate (tranylcypromine) is admitted in hypertensive crisis.
Which food is capable of producing a hypertensive crisis when taken with the
A. Processed cheese
B. Cottage cheese
C. Cream cheese
D. Cheddar cheese

Q.19 The nurse is caring for a client with a diagnosis of hepatitis. Who is
experiencing pruritis. Which would be the most appropriate nursing intervention?
A. Suggest that the client take warm showers two times per day
B. Add baby oil to the client’s bath water
C. Apply powder to the client’s skin
D. Suggest a hot-water rinse after bathing

Q.20 A client with pancreatitis has been transferred to the intensive care unit. Which
order would the nurse anticipate?
A. Blood pressure every 15 minutes
B. Insertion of a Levine tube
C. Cardiac monitoring
D. Dressing changes two times per day

Q.21 A client is being discharged to home while recovering from acute renal failure.
The client indicates an understanding of the therapeutic dietary regimen if the client
states the need to eat foods that are lower in:
A. Fats
B. Vitamins
C. Potassium
D. Carbohydrates

Q.22 What will come in place of Question mark (?) in the following number series?
3, 4.5, 9, 22.5, 67.5, (?), 945
A. 265.25
B. 236.25
C. 225.36
D. 150

Q.23 An adult is pacing about the unit and wringing his hands. He is breathing rapidly
and complains of palpitations and nausea and he has difficulty focusing on what the
nurse is saying. He says he is having a heart attack but refuses to rest. The nurse
would interpret his level of anxiety as:
A. Mild
B. Moderate
C. Severe
D. Panic

Q.24 A mother and her 3-week-old infant arrive at the well-baby clinic for a
rescreening test for phenylketonuria(PKU). The nurse reviews the results of the serum
phenylalanine levels a notes that the level is 1.0 mg/dl. The nurse interprets this level
A. Normal
B. Inconclusive
C. Requiring a repeat study
D. Elevated and indicating PKU

Q.25 Labour is called normal if it fulfills the following criteria except -
A. Spontaneous in onset and at term
B. With vertex presentation
C. Modifying the nature of termination
D. Without undue prolongation

Q.26 Pale white vaginal discharge for the first fortnight during puerperium is:
A. Lochia rubra
B. Lochia serosa
C. Lochia alba
D. Lochia tuna

Q.27 DIRECTIONS: A sentence with an underlined word is given below. Find the
word which is opposite to the highlighted word from the given options. The city was
annihilated by an atomic bomb.
A. Created
B. Ruined
C. Demolished
D. Destructed

Q.28 The nurse is teaching the client regarding use of sodium warfarin. Which
statement made by the client would require further teaching?
A. “I will have blood drawn every month”
B. “I will assess my skin for a rash”
C. “I take aspirin for a headache”
D. “I will use an electric razor for shave”

Q.29 Which activity is best suited to the 12 –year-old with juvenile rheumatoid
A. Playing video games
B. Swimming
C. Working crossword puzzles
D. Playing slow-pitch softball

Q.30 Planning is a category of nursing behaviors in which:
A. The nurse determines the health care needed for the Patient
B. The Physician determines the plan of care for the Patient
C. Patient -centered goals and expected outcomes are established
D. The Patient determines the care needed

Q.31 The home health nurse is visiting a 15–year old with sickle cell disease. Which
information obtained on the visit would cause the most concern? The client:
A. Likes to play baseball
B. Drinks several carbonated drinks per day
C. Has two sisters with sickle cell tract
D. Is taking Tylenol to control pain

Q.32 The nurse prepares to administer an enteral feeding to a client through a
nasogastric tube. Which is the priority intervention for the nurse to complete before
administering the feeding?
A. Determining tube placement
B. Auscultating the tube bowel sounds
C. Measuring the intake and output
D. Establishing the client’s baseline weight

Q.33 The client delivered a 9- pound infant two days ago. An effective means of
managing discomfort from an episiotomy is:
A. Medicated suppository
B. Aspirin
C. Sitz baths
D. Ice packs

Q.34 The client is having electroconvulsive therapy for treatment of severe
depression. Which of the following indicates that the client’s ECT has been effective?
A. The client loses consciousness
B. The client vomits
C. The client’s ECG indicates tachycardia
D. The client has grand mal seizure

Q.35 A man is admitted to the intensive care unit with chest pain, an abnormal ECG,
and elevated enzymes. When the significance of this is explained to him, he says, “I
can’t be having a heart attack. No way. You must be mistaken.” The nurse suspect the
client is using which defense mechanism?
A. Sublimation
B. Regression
C. Dissociation
D. Denial

Q.36 The nurse is obtaining a history from a client who was admitted to the hospital
with a thrombotic brain attack. The nurse assesses the client, knowing that before the
stroke occurred, the client most likely experienced:
A. No symptoms at all
B. Throbbing headaches
C. Transient hemiplegia and loss of speech
D. Unexplained episodes of loss of consciousness

Q.37 Which of the following statements about AIDS is true?
A. The disease is highly infectious
B. The fatality rate is low if the disease is detected in its early stages
C. Most people who get AIDS die of pneumonia
D. None of the above

Q.38 The home health nurse is visiting a client with Paget’s disease. An important
part Of preventive care for the client with Paget’s disease is:
A. Keeping the environment free of clutter
B. Advising the client to see the dentist regularly
C. Encouraging the client to take influenza vaccine
D. Telling the client to take a daily multivitamin
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Q.39 For blood clotting fibrinogen is changed into fibrin with the help of –
A. Antithrombin
B. Thrombin
C. Platelets
D. Vitamin K

Q.40 The client is admitted with left-sided congestive heart failure. In assessing the
client for edema, the nurse should check the:
A. Feet
B. Neck
C. Hands
D. Sacrum

Q.41 A client is hospitalized with signs of transplant rejection following a recent
transplant. Assessment of the client would be expected to reveal:
A. A weight loss of 2 pounds in 1 day
B. A serum creatinine 1.25 mg/dl
C. Urinary output of 50ml /hr
D. Rising blood pressure

Q.42 A nurse is caring for an infant with laryngomalacia. Which position would the
nurse place the infant in to decrease the incidence of stridor?
A. Prone
B. Supine
C. Supine with the neck flexed
D. Prone with the neck hyperextended

Q.43 A 5- year –old is a family contact to the client with tuberculosis. Isoniazid (INH)
has been prescribed for the client. The nurse is aware that the length of time that the
medication will be taken is:
A. 1 year
B. 3 months
C. 6 months
D. 2 years

Q.44 Which of the following is/are part of the definition of learning?
A. Change in behavior
B. Relatively permanent
C. Brought about by experience
D. All of the above

Q.45 A client with advanced cirrhosis of the liver is not tolerating protein well, as
evidenced by abnormal laboratory values. The nurse anticipates that which of the
following medications will be prescribed for the client?
A. Folic acid
B. Lactulose
C. Thiamine
D. Ethacrynic acid

Q.46 The client is admitted with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Blood gases
reveal Ph 7.36, CO2 45, O2 84, bicarb 28. The nurse would assess the client to be in:
A. Uncompensated acidosis
B. Compensated alkalosis
C. Compensated respiratory acidosis
D. Uncompensated metabolic acidosis

Q.47 A client has had a laryngectomy for throat cancer and has started oral intake.
The nurse determines that the client has tolerated the first stage of dietary
advancement if the client takes which of the following types of diet without aspirating
or choking?
A. Bland
B. Full liquids
C. Clear liquids
D. Semisolid foods

Q.48 The immunoglobulin found in a mother's milk is_______
A. IgM
B. IgA
C. IgE
D. IgG

Q.49 DIRECTIONS: Select the one which is different from the other three responses.
A. 45
B. 35
C. 85
D. 72

Q.50 A client with hypothyroidism frequently complains of feeling cold. The nurse
should tell the client that she will be more comfortable if she:
A. Uses an electric blanket at night
B. Dresses in extra layers of clothing
C. Applies a heating pad to her feet
D. Takes a hot bath morning and evening

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