Which of the following nursing intervention is considered the most effective form of universal precautions?
a) Cap all used needles before removing them from their syringes
b) Discard all used uncapped needles and syringes in an impenetrable protective container
c) Wear gloves when administering injections
d) Follow enteric precautions.
While caring for an unconscious patient, what is the first priority for the nurse?
a) Administer IV fluids
b) Administer Oxygen
c) Maintain patent airway
d) Maintain circulation
When bathing a client who is at risk for impaired skin integrity, the nurse will do which of the following things?
a) Use the dehumidifier to lower humidity in the client’s room
b) Massage well over the client’s bony prominences
c) Use water at 105 to 110 degree F if the client can tolerate it
d) Apply moisturizing lotions to clients skin after bathing and drying
Tertiary health care is given in?
a) Medical college hospital
b) District hospital
c) Community health center
d) Primary health center
Which of the following is not an aim of primary prevention?
a) Disability limitation
b) Specific immunization
c) Environment sanitation
d) Use of specific nutrients
An antenatal mother with twin pregnancy for this time and already have one child, This mother is?
Purulent discharge is the characteristic of?
b) Pinkish white
Rice water stool is the characteristic of?
c) Chicken gunya
d) Yellow fever
Urinary tract infection associated with indwelling urinary catheter is called as?
a) Iatrogenic infection
b) Nosocomial infection
c) Opportunity infection
d) Super infection
Which among the following position is used to assess the inguinal hernia?
a) Sit down and bear down
b) Weight lift
Patient want to get LAMA, what is the most appropriate action by the nurse?
a) Don’t allow the patient to go
b) Restraint the patient until doctor comes
c) Sign all the necessary documents and provide LAMA
d) Inform the physician
Among the following which is the largest burn?
a) Anterior upper chest
b) Face and neck
c) Right leg
d) Left arm
In TURP solution used for irrigation is?
c) Sterile water
Which among the following solution is hypotonic?
a) 0.45% NS
b) 0.95% NS
c) 3% NaCl
Immunoglobulin responsible for allergic reaction is?
In BSE, the position used is?
a) One hand under the head
b) One hand close to the midline of the body
c) Sitting position with arm on the lap
d) Supine with arm on the chest
Bitot spots and xerophthalmia is due to the deficiency of?
a) Vit A
b) Vit D
c) Vit E
d) Vit K
a) To sort
b) To arrange
c) To communicate
d) To allocate
Making arrangement for any item at any point of time to avoid the hindrances in patient care is called as?
One nurse is responsible for complete care of the patient is known as?
a) Primary nurse
b) Functional nurse
c) Duty nurse
d) In charge nurse
T-cell will mature in?
d) Tympanic membrane
Bow leg and wide wrist are the characteristics of?
Alcoholic patient blame his family members for his behavior, this is known as?
A restrained patient said to the nurse that his behavior is under control and now you can remove the restraints , What is the most appropriate nursing action?
a) Remove patient’s restraint
b) Remove restraint from one hand
c) Wait for doctor’s to come
d) Don’t do anything
Z-track method is used while giving IM injection because of?
a) Seal medication
b) To reduce pain
c) Easy administration
d) Fast action
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