The headquarter of ‘WHO’ is located at?
After Billroth II Surgery, the client developed dumping syndrome. Which of the following should the nurse exclude in the plan of care?
The dumping syndrome occurs within 30 mins after a meal due to rapid gastric emptying, causing distension of the duodenum or jejunum produced by a bolus of food. To delay the emptying, the client has to lie down after meals. Sitting up after meals will promote the dumping syndrome.
Fill the Blank.Would you mind………the window
Verb + ing form will be used after ‘would you mind, do you mind and looking forward
The cyclone formed on the Arabian Sea in October 2018 is?
Choose the correctly spelt word
The element used in radio-graphic imaging?
The email service provided by Microsoft?
The idiom ‘dogs life’ means?
The laboratory of a male patient with Peptic ulcer revealed an elevated titre of Helicobacter pylori. Which of the following statements indicate an understanding of this data?
One of the causes of peptic ulcer is H. Pylori infection. It releases toxin that destroys the gastric and duodenal mucosa which decreases the gastric epithelium’s resistance to acid digestion. Giving antibiotics will control the infection and Ranitidine, which is a histamine-2 blocker, will reduce acid secretion that can lead to an ulcer.
If ‘dust’ is called ‘air’, ‘air’ is called ‘fire’, ‘fire’ called ‘water’, ‘water’ is called ‘colour’ is called ‘rain’ and ‘rain’ is called ‘dust’, then where do fish?
Fishes live in water and as given, ‘Water’ is called ‘color’. So fishes live in ‘Colour’
Which of the following statements by the client to the nurse indicates a risk factor for CAD?
Smoking has been considered as one of the major modifiable risk factors for coronary artery disease. Exercise and maintaining normal serum cholesterol levels help in its prevention.
Which of the following would be inappropriate to include in a diabetic teaching plan?
The client with DM has decreased peripheral circulation caused by microangiopathy. Keeping the legs elevated during sleep will further cause circulatory impairment.
The cow is grazing………. the farm
Choose the odd one: Three of them alike in a certain way while one is different
FRGSP This is the only group which has no vowel
Which is the most relevant knowledge about oxygen administration to a client with COPD?
COPD causes a chronic CO2 retention that renders the medulla insensitive to the CO2 stimulation for breathing. The hypoxic state of the client then becomes the stimulus for breathing. Giving the client oxygen in low concentrations will maintain the client’s hypoxic drive.
Choose the best alternative21:3::574:?
21:3::574:? The relationship is 7x : x Here, 7x =574 X = 574 / 7 = 82
What is the best reason for the nurse in instructing the client to rotate injection sites for insulin?
Lipodystrophy is the development of fibro fatty masses at the injection site caused by repeated use of an injection site. Injecting insulin into these scarred areas can cause the insulin to be poorly absorbed and lead to erratic reactions.
A student nurse is assigned to a client who has a diagnosis of thrombophlebitis. Which action by this team member is most appropriate?
In a client with thrombophlebitis, bed rest will prevent the dislodgment of the clot in the extremity which can lead to pulmonary embolism.
Valsalva maneuver can result in bradycardia. Which of the following activities will not stimulate Valsalva maneuver?
Straining or bearing down activities can cause vagal stimulation that leads to bradycardia. Use of stool softeners promotes easy bowel evacuation that prevents straining or the Valsalva maneuver.