Latest Nursing Questions and Answers with Rationale 2023

What is the purpose of nursing research?

a. To generate new knowledge about nursing practice
b. To replicate the results of previous studies
c. To test hypotheses about nursing practice
d. All of the above

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a well-conducted nursing research study?

a. The study is well-funded
b. The study is ethical
c. The study is methodologically sound
d. The study has a large sample size

What is the process of reviewing and evaluating nursing research known as?

a. Peer review
b. Literature review
c. Meta-analysis
d. Systematic review

What is the role of a nursing researcher?

a. To conduct research studies
b. To publish research findings
c. To disseminate research findings to other healthcare professionals
d. All of the above

Which of the following is NOT an example of a nursing research question?

a. What is the impact of a nurse-led discharge planning intervention on patient satisfaction and rehospitalization rates?
b. How does the type of feeding tube used for critically ill patients affect the rate of complications?
c. How does the use of social media impact the mental health of college students?
d. What is the prevalence of diabetes among adults in the United States?

Which of the following is a common complication of pregnancy?

a. Hemorrhoids
b. Constipation
c. Urinary tract infection
d. All of the above

What should a pregnant woman do to prevent the risk of developing a urinary tract infection?

a. Drink plenty of water
b. Avoid using the bathroom for long periods of time
c. Wipe from back to front after using the bathroom
d. All of the above

What is the recommended weight gain during pregnancy?

a. 10-15 pounds
b. 15-20 pounds
c. 20-25 pounds
d. 25-30 pounds

Which of the following is a risk factor for preterm labor?

a. Having a multiple pregnancy
b. Being over the age of 35
c. Having a history of preterm labor
d. All of the above

What should you do if you are bitten by a venomous snake?

a. Try to catch the snake and bring it with you to the hospital
b. Cut the bite wound with a knife to remove the venom
c. Apply a tourniquet to the bite wound
d. Remain calm and seek medical attention immediately

What should you do if you are unable to reach medical attention within 30 minutes of being bitten by a venomous snake?

a. Try to catch the snake and bring it with you to the hospital
b. Cut the bite wound with a knife to remove the venom
c. Apply a tourniquet to the bite wound
d. Stay still and keep the affected limb immobilized

How should you transport a snake bite victim to the hospital?

a. Carry the victim on your back
b. Place the victim in the back seat of a car
c. Have the victim walk to the hospital
d. Call an ambulance

What should you do if you are bitten by a non-venomous snake?

a. Apply a tourniquet to the bite wound
b. Cut the bite wound with a knife to remove the venom
c. Wash the bite wound with soap and water
d. Seek medical attention

How can you prevent snake bites?

a. Wear bright colors
b. Carry a snake with you at all times
c. Avoid areas where snakes are known to live
d. Play loud music to scare snakes away


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