What would you monitor in a patient taking high doses of acetaminophen over a prolonged time?
a) Kidney function
b) Liver function
c) GI irritation
d) Prothrombin time
Dusky hue of the vestibule and anterior vaginal wall visible at about 8th week of pregnancy is called as?
a) Palmer’s sign
b) Hegar’s sign
c) Chadwick’s sign
d) Goodell’s sign
Use of punishment and coercion is used in which style of leadership?
Hemorrhage disease of the newborn is caused by the deficiency of which vitamin?
a) Vitamin A
b) Vitamin D
c) Vitamin C
d) Vitamin K
When the toddlers move around on their hand keeping their abdomen off the floor, it is called?
The philosophy of education in which treatment of things is based solely on their practical utility is called?
The only class of immunoglobulin which is transported across the placenta is?
Which of the following is not a function of the sympathetic nervous system?
a) Rest and digest
b) Fight and flight
c) Increase heart rate
d) Increase blood pressure
How should a nurse assess whether a patient with cirrhosis has asterixis?
a) Instruct the patient to lean forward
b) Measure the abdominal girth
c) Dorsiflex the patient
d) Ask the patient to extend the arms
Isolation of a child with mumps belongs to what level of prevention?
Which of the following is a long continuous strand of DNA that carries genetic information?
An 11 year old child with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis is to be on continuous aspirin medication at home, Before discharge from the hospital the nurse should teach the child and parents to closely monitor for the toxic effects of this drug, which would be?
Which of the following is an elevation of skin filled with fluid and is less than 1 cm in diameter?
The borehole latrine was introduced in India by?
a) Melinda Gates Foundation
b) Rockefeller Foundation
c) Rotary Foundation
Rohit aged 15 years complains of bleeding gums, the nurse will advise him to take a diet high in?
a) Vitamin C
b) Vitamin D
c) Vitamin A
d) Vitamin B
The study of culture and practices in different societies is called?
Evisceration refers to?
a) Separation of wound edges
b) Darkening of wound edges
c) Healing of surgical site
d) Eruption of bowel through surgical site
Epidemiological triad include which of the following factors?
a) Agent, host, and environment
b) Incidence, prevalence and trends of disease
c) Rates, ratio and proportion
d) Standard rates
A child is admitted to the pediatric ward with suspected rheumatic arthritis, what should be an important question that a nurse should ask to the parent?
a) Did the child vomit for 4 days?
b) Did the fever start 3 days ago?
c) Did the child show a lack of interest in food?
d) Did a recent episode of pharyngitis develop?
All of the following methods are used are used for the diagnosis of HIV infection in a two month old child EXCEPT?
b) HIV ELISA
c) Viral culture
d) P24 antigen assay
The study of the distribution and determinants of a disease is called?
Which of the following is not a feature of capitalism?
a) Profit incentive
c) Equitable distribution of income
d) Private property
a) Improvement of environment
b) Genetic preventive measures
c) Improvement of genetic endowment
d) Genetic counseling
Cecum, colon and rectum are the part of?
b) Small intestine
c) Pleural cavity
d) Large intestine
The process in which a nasogastric tube is inserted, the stomach is flushed and ingested substances are removed through the tube is called?
a) Colonic irrigation
b) Gastric gavage
c) Gastric lavage
When administering an IM injection to an infant, the nurse in charge should use which site?
a) Dorso gluteal
d) Vastus lateralis
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