AIIMS Rishikesh Staff Nurse Mock Test
AIIMS Rishikesh Staff Nurse Mock Test will help you to prepare for AIIMS Rishikesh Nursing Exam on 23/1/20. This AIIMS Rishikesh Question Paper will help you to preapre better
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AIIMS Rishikesh Staff Nurse Mock Test – Explanation/ Rationale
1. For fractures of the femur or tibia in children in this age group, 90 – 90 tractions are used, that is, the hip is flexed up to 90 degrees and the knees also flexed at 90 degrees. Either skin or skeletal traction can be used.
2. Pain-related to myocardial infarction is related to tissue ischemia of the cardiac muscle, potentially indicating ongoing heart damage, such as an extension of the infarction. Any cardiac pain/ discomfort should be treated as a priority.
3. The first step in CPR is to establish responsiveness. The nurse would then call for help and check the victim’s pulse ( for at least 5 seconds, but not more than 20 seconds). If there is no pulse, the nurse would perform chest compression.
9. Rorschach inkblot test is a projective method of psychological testing in which a person describes what he or she sees in 10 inkblots, of which some are black, gray and others have patches of color
10. Leadership is when a nurse leader can inspire the nursing staff to work together to accomplish the nursing unit’s goals
11. Proper placement of restraints as well as a skin condition, color, temperature, and sensation of restraint area must be checked at least once every hour.
12. The need for restraint must be reassessed and documented every 24 hours.
13. Negative-pressure airflow is used for airborne precautions.
Measles are spread by airborne transmission and therefore negative-pressure airflow protection is required.
16. Cataplexy refers to a sudden loss of muscle tone (ranging in severity from weakness in the knee to a total loss of tone) triggered by strong emotions, which takes place during full wakefulness
17. Monoamine oxidases inactivate biogenic amines such as norepinephrine, serotonin, dopamine, and tyramine through oxidative deamination.
The MAOIs block this inactivation, thereby increasing the availability of these neurotransmitters for synaptic release.
18. Night terrors are characterized by a partial awakening accompanied by screaming, thrashing, and autonomic arousal.
They are non-REM sleep events. An increase in blood pressure and heart rate, penile erection, and dreaming are associated with REM sleep.
20. The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies sperm counts at or above 15 million sperm per milliliter (mL) of semen as average. Anything below that is considered low and is diagnosed as oligospermia.
• Mild oligospermia is 10 to 15 million sperm/mL.
• Moderate oligospermia is considered 5 to 10 million sperm/mL.
Severe oligospermia is diagnosed when sperm counts fall between 0 and 5 million sperm/mL.
21. Fidelity refers to the duty to be faithful to one’s commitments
Veracity is the obligation to tell the truth
Nonmaleficence is the duty not to inflict, as well as to prevent and remove, harm, it is more binding than maleficence
22. Analysis of data is included as part of the assessment
Implementation is the actualization of the plan of care through nursing interventions
Diagnosis is the identification of patient problems
Evaluation is the determination of the patient responses to the nursing interventions and the extent to which the outcomes have been achieved
23. Elderly people frequently have one or more chronic illnesses that are managed with numerous medications and complicated by periodic acute episodes, making adherence difficult
24. Percussion translates the application of physical force into sound
Palpation refers to examination by non-forceful touching
Auscultation refers to the skill of listening to sound produced within the body created by the movement of air or fluid
Manipulation refers to the use of hands to determine the motion of a body part
25. When a change occurs that causes a body function to deviate from its stable range, the process is initiated to restore and maintain the steady-state or homeostasis
26. Hyperplasia occurs as cells multiply and are subjected to increased stimulation resulting in tissue mass enlargement
Hypertrophy is an increase in size and bulk of tissue that does not result from an increased number of cells
atrophy refers to a reduction in the size of a structure after having come to full maturity
With neoplasia, the increase in the number of new cells in an organ or tissue continues after the stimulus is removed
27. The stages of grief according to Kubler-Ross include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance
28. When the patient is supine in bed, padded splints or protective boots are used
29. Individual demonstrating ageism base their belief and attitude about older people based upon chronological age without consideration of functional capacity
30. Secondary hypertension may be caused by a tumor of the adrenal gland (Eg., pheochromocytoma)
Isolated systolic hypertension is demonstrated by readings in which the systolic pressure exceeds 140 mmHg and the diastolic measurement is normal or near-normal (less than 90 mmHg)
Primary and essential hypertension have no underlying cause
31. Presbyopia usually begins in the fifth decade of life, when reading glasses are required to magnify objects
32. Chloride is a major anion found in the extracellular fluid.
Potassium, sodium, and calcium are cations
33. The oncotic pressure is a pulling pressure exerted by proteins, such as albumin
34. Distributive or vasogenic shock results from displacement of blood volume, creating a relative hypovolemia.
35. Septic shock is associated with immunosuppression, extreme age, malnourishment, chronic illness, and invasive procedures.
36. Albumin is a colloid that requires human donors, is limited in supply, and can cause congestive heart failure
37. Bereavement is the period of time during which mourning a loss takes place
Grief is the personal feelings that accompany an anticipated or actual loss.
38. As the oxygen supply to the brain decreases, the patient may become restless.
39. By this mechanism, the tumor metastasizes to other areas of the body
40. Antimetabolites are cell-cycle specific (S phase)
all other agents given are cell-cycle nonspecific
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