DSSSB Staff Nurse Previous Question Paper 2017

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The international council of nurses (ICN) is headquartered in?

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Isotonic exercises such as walking are intended to?

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Isotonic exercises will help to increase muscle tone and strength

An individual who is addicted to heroin is likely to experience which of the following symptoms of withdrawals?

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NANDA is?

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The objective of BLS include?

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CAB stands for Circulation, Airway, Breathing, According to revised BLS guidelines Circulation need to attend first before Airway and Breathing issues

A client is admitted to the hospital and has oedematous ankles. What should you instruct the student to do reduce oedema to lower extremities?

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A client with GERD complains about having difficulty sleeping at night. What should the nurse instructs the client to do?

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It will reduce the reflux of gastric acids during sleeping

Before cholecystectomy, the physician orders Vitamin K. The nurse understands that this is administered because it is used in the formation of?

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If the first method of data collection is to conduct an interview, what is the second method?

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Which of the following is not a physician prescribed intervention?

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A common frame work that helps to guide prioritization of nursing tasks during the process of planning is?

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How should you instruct the student nurse to modify the examination for a 7 year old child?

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All are motor nerves except?

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The trigeminal nerve (the fifth cranial nerve, or simply CN V) is a nerve responsible for sensation in the face and motor functions such as biting and chewing

Substance that crosses the placental barrier is?

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In spinal cord myelin sheath is formed by?

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Nerves in the spinal cord covered by myelin sheath which produced by oligodendrocytes. In the nerves outside of the spinal cord, Schwann cells produce myelin

TNAI was formed in the year?

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Antibodies are produced by

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B lymphocytes become mature antibody secreting cells called plasma cells.

Inability to speak or understand the spoken word is called as?

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The hormone which is responsible for milk ejection?

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The preferred site for IM injections in infants is?

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The size of cannula used for neonates is?

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At 24 weeks of gestation, the fundal height is?

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Discolouration of anterior vaginal wall due to vascular congestion is called?

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Mother's last LMP is Dec. 7th. Calculate her EDD?

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EDD is calculated by adding 9 months and 7 days with the date of LMP

Apgar score includes assessment of?

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Normal head circumference of new born at birth ranges from?

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In working with patient, when is the best to prepare the patient for the termination phase?

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In schizophrenia, the term Anhedonia refers to?

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