NURSING QUESTIONS

1. Gynecomastia is a term used for :
(1) male breast infection
(3) hypertrophy of male breast
(2) family history
(4) women over 40 years

2. When an individual expresses his failures and difficulties by blaming others is known as :
(1) repression
(2) projection
(3) sublimation
(4) denial

3. ADEID stands for :
(1) Attention Deficit Hypoactive Disorder
(2) Activity Deficit Hypoactive Disorder
(3) Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
(4) Activity Deficit Hyperactive Disorder

4. Largectile in high doses is mostly given in one of the following conditions
(1) Schizophrenia

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWER

Question 1. The nurse understands that the diagnosis of oral cancer is confirmed with:
❍ A. Biopsy
❍ B. Gram Stain
❍ C. Scrape cytology
❍ D. Oral washings for cytology
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Question 2. The physician has prescribed tranylcypromine sulfate (Parnate) 10mg bid. The nurse should teach the client to refrain from eating foods containing tyramine because it may cause:
❍ A. Hypertension
❍ B. Hyperthermia
❍ C. Melanoma
❍ D. Urinary retention
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Question 3. A home health nurse is making preparations for morning visits. Which one of the following clients should the nurse visit first?
❍ A. A client with brain attack (stroke) with tube feedings
❍ B. A client with congestive heart failure complaining of nighttime dyspnea
❍ C. A client with a thoracotomy 6 months ago

NCLEX QUESTION ANSWER

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Question 1. -Answer A is correct. The best diagnostic tool for cancer is the biopsy. Other assessment includes checking the lymph nodes. Answers B, C, and D will not confirm a diagnosis of oral cancer.

Question 2-Answer A is correct. If the client eats foods high in tyramine, he might experience malignant hypertension. Tyramine is found in cheese, sour cream, Chianti wine, sherry, beer, pickled herring, liver, canned figs, raisins, bananas, avocados, chocolate, soy sauce, fava beans, and yeast. These episodes are treated with Regitine, an alphaadrenergic blocking agent. Answers B, C, and D are not related to the question.

Question 3- Answer B is correct. The client with congestive heart failure who is complaining of nighttime dyspnea should be seen first because airway is no. 1 in nursing care. In answers A, C, and D, the clients are more stable.

OBJECTIVE TYPE NURSING QUESTION ANSWERS

1. Which of the following sounds is distinctly heard on auscultation over the abdominal region of an abdominal aortic aneurysm client?
a. Friction rubs
b. Crackles
c. Dullness
d. Bruit

Answer: d. Bruit

2. Which of the following blood vessel layers may be damaged in a client with an aneurysm?
a. Media
b. Interna
c. Externa
d. Interna and Media

Answer: a. Media

3. Toxicity from which of the following medications may cause a client to see a green halo around lights?
a. Digoxin
b. Furosemide

MULTIPLE CHOICE NURSING QUESTION ANSWERS

1. Which of the following treatments is the definitive one for a ruptured aneurysm?
a. Antihypertensive medication administration
b. Aortogram
c. Beta-adrenergic blocker administration
d. Surgical intervention

Answer: d. Surgical intervention

2. In which of the following areas is an abdominal aortic aneurysm most commonly located?
a. Adjacent to the aortic branch
b. Distal to the renal arteries
c. Distal to the iliac arteries
d. Proximal to the renal arteries

Answer: b. Distal to the renal arteries

3. Which of the following parameters should be checked before administering digoxin?
a. Apical pulse
b. Blood pressure
c. Radial pulse

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION ANSWERS 171-180

NCLEX EXAM QUESTIONS

1. Which is NOT among common causes of secondary hyperlipidaemia:
A. Hyperthyroidism
B. Diabetes Mellitus
C. Alcohol Abuse
D. Estrogen Replacement therapy

2. 94. In case child is having phimosis with oedema, it can be reduced by applying :
A. cold compress
B. hot compress
C. cold and hot compress
D. medicated hot compress

3.A 30-year-old female complains of fatigue, constipation, and weight gain. There is no prior history of neck
surgery or radiation. Her voice is hoarse and her skin is dry. Serum is elevated and T4 is low. The most
likely cause of these findings is:
A. Autoimmune disease
B. Pituitary hypofunction
C. Thyroid carcinoma

AIIMS STAFF NURSE EXAM QUESTION ANSWERS.PDF

Question 1:-The lack of oxygen in the tissues is known as
 A:-Anoxaemia
 B:-Anoxia
 C:-Dyspnoea
 D:-Asphyxia
 Correct Answer:- Option-B

Question 2:-Which of the following antibiotics can be prescribed safety to an asthmatic on theophylline ?
 A:-Ciprofloxacin
 B:-Erythromycin
 C:-Levofloxacin
 D:-Clarithromycin
 Correct Answer:- Option-C

Question 3:-Infancy is a period from
 A:-0 – 1 year
 B:-1 – 3 years
 C:-3 – 6 years
 D:-6 – 12 years
 Correct Answer:- Option-A

Question 4. Which is the most important local factor responsible for wound healing?
A) Tissue oxygenation
B) Absence of foreign body
C) Absence of infection

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE EXAM QUESTION ANSWERS OF KERALA PSC

Question 1:-Body building foods are
 A:-Carbohydrates
 B:-Fats
 C:-Proteins
 D:-Vitamins
 Correct Answer:- Option-C

Question 2:-The winner of Dadasaheb Phalke Award 2014 was
 A:-Raja Mauli
 B:-Adoor Gopalakrishnan
 C:-Sasikapur
 D:-Amitabh Bacchan
 Correct Answer:- Option-C

Question 3:-In which country a statue of Mahatma Gandhi and his friend Herman Kallenbach is unveiled on
 A:-Latvia
 B:-Russia
 C:-South Africa
 D:-Lithuania
 Correct Answer:- Option-D

Question 4:-Who is the present Chief Justice of India ?
 A:-Justice Ashok Bhushan

NCLEX QUESTION AND ANSWERS WITH RATIONALE

1. The client is admitted to the hospital in chronic renal failure. A diet low in protein is ordered. The rationale for alow-protein diet is:
A. Protein breaks down into blood urea nitrogen and metabolic waste.
B. High protein increases the sodium and potassium levels.
C. A high-protein diet decreases albumin production.
D. A high-protein diet depletes calcium and phosphorous.

Answer A is correct. A low-protein diet is required because protein breaks down into nitrogenous waste and causes an increased workload on the kidneys. Answers B, C, and D are incorrect.

2. The nurse is assisting in the care of a patient who is 2 days postoperative from a hemorroidectomy. The nurse would be correct in instructing the patient to:
A. Avoid a high-fiber diet because this can hasten the healing time
B. Continue to use ice packs until discharge and then when at home
C. Take 200mg of Colace bid to prevent constipation

NCLEX RN QUESTION ANSWERS.PDF

1. After completing a thorough neurological and physical assessment of a patient who is admitted for a suspected stroke, a medical-surgical nurse anticipates the next step in the immediate care of this patient to include:
A) preparing for carotid Doppler ultrasonography.
B) administering tissue plasminogen activator.
C) obtaining a neurosurgical consultation.
D) obtaining a computed tomography scan of the head without contrast.

Answer: D) obtaining a computed tomography scan of the head without contrast.

2. An infant weighs 7 pounds at birth. The expected weight by 1 year
should be:
A. 10 pounds
B. 12 pounds
C. 21 pounds
D. 25 pounds

Answer: C. 21 pounds

3. The nursing diagnosis for a patient with a myocardial infarction is activity intolerance. The plan of care includes the patient outcome criterion of:
A)  experiencing no dyspnea on exertion.
B)  agreeing to discontinue smoking.
C)  ambulating 50 feet without experiencing dyspnea.

DHA EXAM QUESTIONS PART 2

1) A nurse is planning to teach a client with malabsorption syndrome about the necessity of following a low fat diet. The nurse develops a list of high fat foods to avoid and includes which food item on the list ?

a) Oranges
b) Broccoli
c) Cream cheese
d) Broiled haddock

2) A client with hypertension has been told to maintain a diet low in sodium. A nurse who is teaching this client about foods that are allowed includes which food item in a list provided to the client ?

a) Tomato soup
b) Boiled shrimp
c) Instant oatmeal
d) Summer squash

3) The nurse is instructing a client with hypertension on the importance of choosing foods low in sodium. The nurse should teach the client to limit which of the following foods ?

a) Apples
b) Bananas
c) Smoked sausage

DHA EXAM QUESTIONS


1) A nurse is caring for a client who has a tracheotomy and temp.103 0 F .which intervention will most likely lower the client’s arterial blood oxygen saturation ?

a) endotracheal suctioning
b) encouragement of coughing
c) use of cooling blanket
d) incentive spirometry

2) A nurse is caring for a client with cirrhosis of the liver. To minimize the effects of the disorder, the nurse teaches the client about foods that are high in thiamine. The nurse determines that the client has the best understanding of the dietary measures to follow if the client states an intention to increase the intake of ?

a) Pork
b) Milk
c) Chicken
d) Broccoli

3) A young adult was told that he had a significant reaction to the Mantoux test .The nurse explains that this means he:-

a) has active tuberculosis
b) had active tuberculosis
c) has been exposed to tuberculosis

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1. What is Gout ?
A) A degenerative disorder
B) A vascular disorder
C) A renal disorder
D) A metabolic disorder

3. If 1st April, 2014 is Tuesday, then 1st June, 2014 will be -
A) Thursday
B) Friday
C) Saturday
D) Sunday


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