JIPMER Staff Nurse Exam Previous Questions & Answers Series 1

JIPMER Staff Nurse Exam Previous Questions & Answers Series 1

Please Subscribe to get regular email updates in your Inbox

Total Quiz Questions=25
Mark/Question= 5
Total Marks=125

These Questions are asked on JIPMER Puducherry staff nurse exam in 2013, here is first 25 nursing questions and answers are included.

JIPMER Question Paper Pdf Download: Click Here

JIPMER Staff Nurse Exam Previous Question Paper 1 QP- GBD

JIPMER staff nurse exam
JIPMER staff nurse exam

1. When helping a stroke patient, the nurse should assist?

a) On the weak side
b) From behind
c) From back
d) On the strong side

2. To avoid pulling the urinary catheter nurse should tape the catheter on the patient?

a) Upper Limb
b) Lower Limb
c) Hind leg
d) Foot

3. 16-year old primigravid patient admitted with severe pregnancy-induced hypertension is given intravenous magnesium sulfate. The nurse should obtain which one of the following information?

a) Urinary output every 8 hours
b) Deep tendon reflexes every 4 hours
c) Respiratory rate every hour
d) Blood pressure every 6 hours

4. Which one of the following nursing measures would be most appropriate in the care of the patient who has acute epistaxis?

a) Tilt the patient’s head back
b) Place the patient’s head between his legs
c) Pinch the nose and have the patient lean forward
d) Place a warm compress on the patient’s nasal bridge

5. Which of the following actions would a nurse take first when caring for a patient experiencing a cardiac arrest?

a) Initiate cardiac monitoring
b) Provide intravenous access
c) Establish an open airway
d) Obtain a pulse oximetry reading

ESIC Staff Nurse Model question-paper Series – 6: Click here

6. When caring for a patient who has intermittent claudication, the nurse advises the patient to?

a) Apply graduated compression stockings
b) Elevate the legs when sitting
c) Refrain from vigorous exercise
d) Walk as much as tolerated

7. Lethargic patient has fever, vomiting, headache and the nurse has to prepare him for which one of the following procedure?

a) Blood culture
b) Lumbar puncture
c) CAT scan
d) Ultrasound exam

8. An active male patient who weighs 180 lb (81.65 kg) has undergone dietary instruction, the patient reports that his current diet consists of 60 kg of fat, 200 mg of cholesterol, and 5 g of sodium per day. What a nurse advises the patient to do?

a) Increase his cholesterol
b) Increase his sodium
c) Decrease his cholesterol
d) Decrease his sodium

9. A 55-year-old male patient who is diagnosed with an evolving myocardial infarction (MI) insists on going home. The nurse encourages the patient to be admitted because the greatest risk within the first 24 hours of sustaining an MI is?

a) Heart failure
b) Sudden death
c) Pulmonary embolism
d) Ventricular aneurysm

10. Which nursing diagnosis is most appropriate for a patient with chronic venous insufficiency?

a) Activity intolerance
b) Body Image, disturbed
c) Fluid volume, deficient
d) Skin integrity, impaired

11.Benefits of breastfeeding include all except?

a) It provides nutrients
b) Colostrum provides a high level of immune protection
c) It provides adequate Iron for premature newborn

12.Which condition places a patient with cardiac illness at increased risk of sudden death?

a) Depression
b) Anxiety
c) Bulimia
d) Chest pain

13. A nurse working in an ICU must be aware of the ratio of chest compression to ventilation in CPR procedure is?

a) 12:1
b) 12:2
c) 15:1
d) 30:2

14. How long should a nurse wait after taking cold milk for recording oral temperature?

a) 5 to 10 min
b) 10 to 20 min
c) 20 to 30 min
d) 30 to 40 min

15. The maternal death rate is expressed death per?

a) 1,000 live births
b) 1,000 pregnancies
c) 10, 000 live births
d) 10,000 pregnancies

16. Which type of solution causes water to shift from cells to plasma?

a) Alkaline
b) Isotonic
c) Hypotonic
d) Hypertonic

17. Bleeding time is prolonged in all the following except?

a) Viper Bite
b) Idiopathic thrombocytopenia
c) Haemophilia A
d) Von-Willebrand disease

18. How much oxygen a nurse should give to a patient with chronic respiratory failure?

a) 1 liter/min with nasal prongs
b) 2 liters/min with nasal prongs
c) 10 liters/min with a nasal mask
d) 12 liters/min with nasal prongs

19. All the factors aid in venous return to the heart except?

a) Negative intrathoracic pressure
b) One way valves in the veins
c) Left ventricular contraction
d) Squeezing action of major muscles

20. All the following enzymes are secreted by the gastrointestinal system except?

a) Ptyalin
b) Pepsin
c) Chymotrypsin
d) Angiotensin

21. While recording intake-output nurse has to consider insensible water loss from the human body and the normal is?

a) 200ml
b) 400 ml
c) 800 ml
d) 1000 ml

22. The nurse is caring for several mother-baby couplets, In planning the care for each of the couplets, which mother would the nurse expect to have, the most severe after birth pains?

a) G4, P1 patient who is breastfeeding her infant
b) G3, P3 patient who is breastfeeding her infant
c) G2, P2 cesarean patient who is bottle – feeding her infant
d) G3, P3 patient who is bottle-feeding her infant

23. Assuming the menstrual cycle length as 32 days and LMP as June 10th, Which of the following is most likely due date?

a) March 12
b) March 17
c) March 21
d) March 27

24. 30 year old female complained of wetting her dress while coughing, which one of the following conditions a nurse should suspect?

a) Cystocele
b) Rectocele
c) Enterocele
d) Urethrocele

25. Which one of the following is not a described type of female bony pelvis?

a) Android
b) Gynecoid
c) Obstetroid
d) Anthropoid

After scoring on the next page, click “Give Me More”, we have recommendations for you!

Thank You, Please Subscribe for All Upcoming Questions Series or You can Comment below your Email address get all updates in your mail inbox