Kerala PSC Staff Nurse’s Exam Previous Questions and Answers

Kerala PSC Staff Nurse’s Exam Previous Questions and Answers

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Total Quiz Questions=35
Mark/Question= 5
Total Marks=175


1. There are two sets of teeth present in the lifetime of man. This type of dentition is known as

Thecodont
Diphyodont
Homodont
Heterodont

2. The volume of air inspired or expired during normal respiration is known as?

Vital capacity
Inspiratory Reserve Volume
Tidal Volume
Expiratory Reserve Volume

3. The respiratory pigment seen in the blood of man which give red colour to blood:

Haemoglobin
Haemerythrin
Haemocyanin
Chlorocruorin

4. Which one of the following is a part of a pectoral girdle?

Ilium
Ischium
Pubis
Clavicle

5. Which cells present in the stomach is responsible for secreting HCl?

Oxyntic cells
Chief cells
Mucus neck cells
Goblet cells

6. Which blood group is known as Universal Donor?

A group
B group
AB group
O group

7. An autoimmune disorder affecting neuromuscular junction leading paralysis?

Osteoporosis
Myasthenia gravis
Arthritis
Tetani

8. Name the junction which is seen in between neurons :

Neuromuscular junction
Dendrite
Synapse
Axonite

9. The structural and functional unit of kidney is known as :

Nephron
Neuron
Pelvic
Calyx

10. Name the enzyme present in saliva :

Lipase
Protease
Nuclease
Amylase.

11. Which one of the following is a part of the limbic system of Brain?

Hypothalamus
Amygdala
Cerebrum
Cerebellum.

12. The embryo with 8–16, blastomeres are known as :

Gastrula
Blastula
Morula
Blastocyst

13. The main mineralo corticoid in our body is :

Cortisol
Androgen
Glucagon
Aldosterone

14. Name the hormone secreted from pineal gland :

Melatonin
Thyroxine
Prolactin
Epinephrine

15. Fertilisation in human beings takes place at:

Vagina
Fallopian tube
Ovary
Uterus

16. Which is responsible for secreting the hormone Androgen?

Sertolli cells
Vas deferens
Leydig cells
Epididymis.

17. In the eye, the maximum visual activity is seen at:

Blind spot
Fovea
Iris
Pupil

18. The deficiency of which hormone causes diabetes mellitus:

Insulin
Glucagon
Estrogen
Progesterone

19. The cap like structure of sperm which is filled with an enzyme that help ovum penetration:

Centrosome
Nucleosome
Mesosome
Acrosome

20. The part of ear which connect middle ear cavity with pharynx is known as :

Pinna
Cochlea
Eustachian tube
Malleus

21. Identify the tissue which can detect, receive and transmits different kinds of stimuli:

Muscle
Epithelium
Neuron
Bone

22. The first vertebra of vertebral column of human body is:

Axis
Atlas
Sacrum
coccyx

23. Middle layer of Adrenal cortex is known as :

Zona reticularis
Zona pellucida
Zona fasciculata
Zona glomerulosa

24. Which of the following structure is responsible for initiating and monitoring the rhythmic activity of the heart?

SA node
AV node
Bundle of His
Purkinje fibres

25. Which of the following is not a part of the renal tubule of the nephron?

Bowman’s capsule
Henle’s loop
Proximal convoluted tubule
Glomerulus

26. Which of the following part of the body is classified as true, false and floating?

Vertebral column
Ribs
Skull
Sternum

27. The innermost layer lining the lumen of alimentary canal is :

Serosa
Mucosa
Muscularis
Sub mucosa

28. The opening between the right atrium and the right ventricle is guarded by a valve is known as :

Bicuspid valve
Pyloric sphincter
Semi lunar valve
Tricuspid valve

29. Which part of the human brain regulates body temperature, urge for eating and drinking, etc.?

Hypothalamus
Medulla
Thalamus
Cerebellum.

30. Which of the following hormones are known as hyperglycaemic and hyper calcaemic?

Insulin and Thyrocalcitonin
Insulin and glucagon
Glucagon and parathyroid
Insulin and Parathyroid

31. In ECG P wave represents:

Repolarisation of ventricles
Depolarisation of ventricles
Repolarisation of atria
Depolarisation of atria

32. Bile is produced by hepatic cells of liver which help in digestion of :

Protein
Carbohydrate
Fat
Nucleic Acid

33. In human body Urea is produced in:

Kidney
Liver
Stomach
Intestine

34. The atrial wall of our heart secretes a very important peptide hormone which decreases blood pressure is :

CCK
PTH
ANF
GIP

35. The following factors are favourable for formation of oxyhaemoglobin except:

High PO2
Low H+ concentration
Low temperature
High PCO2.

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