When performing a postpartum assessment on a patient, a nurse notes that the presence of clots in the lochia, The nurse examines the clots and notes that they are larger than 1 cm, which of the following nursing action is most appropriate?
a) Document findings
b) Notify the physician
c) Reassess the client in 2 hours
d) Encourage increased oral intake of fluids
A nurse in a labor room is performing a vaginal assessment on a pregnant patient in labor.The nurse notes the presence of the umbilical cord protruding from vagina, Which of the following would be the initial nursing action?
a) Place the client in Trendelengburg’s position
b) Call the delivery room to notify the staff that the client will be transported immediately
c) Find the closest telephone and stat phone the immediately
d) Gently push the cord into the vagina
During the ovulation phase of the menstrual cycle, ovulation caused by secretion of?
c) Luteinizing hormone
d) Follicle stimulating hormone
The large amount of progesterone secreted during the secretory phase of the menstrual cycle is response for?
a) The onset of ovulation
b) The regulation of menstruation
c) The incidence of capillary fragility
d) Sustaining the thick endometrium of the uterus
The hormone responsible for the menstrual cycle are?
b) Estrogen and progesterone
c) Gonadotrophins and estrogen
d) Gonadotrophins, estrogen and progesterone
Before a client with syphilis can be treated the nurse must determine the?
a) Portal of entry
b) Size of the chancre
c) Existence of allergies
d) Name of sexual contacts
The final step of the research process for a researcher is to?
a) Utilize the findings
b) Analyze the data
c) Interpret the findings
d) Communicate the findings
Which of the following is not the element of an informed consent?
a) Purpose study
b) Offer answer only for selected questions
c) Subject selection process
d) Alternative procedures if any, are disclosed
Which of the following is not true about the characteristics of good research?
a) Conducted using large amount of funds
b) Orderly and systematic process
c) Funding solution of problem
d) Begin with clearly defined purposes
Translating the message into verbal and non-verbal symbol to communicate the receiver means?
The manager gives incentive for one employee on their extra effort on new project, the power which used in the situation is?
The state of complete disorganization and confusion which leads to loss of identity and direction, It is known as?
c) Chaos or disruption
The assessment method that occur after the patient has been discharged is?
a) Concurrent evaluation
c) Retrospective evaluation
d) Quality assurance
All the following are the types of conflict except?
One who knows the ins and outs of the trade?
d) The full details
Device for catching is known as?
Who was the first to use the word “statistics”?
a) Gottfried Achenwal
b) Prof. Horace Secrist
c) Croxton and Cowden
Which of the following is applied to calculate “The total no. of death occurring in a hospital after 48 hrs. of admission for a period (devided by) total no. of discharge including, Death (minus)Death under 48 hrs. for the same period in a hospital multiplied by 100”?
In which Century the vital statics was originated?
a) Eighteen Century
b) Seventeen century
c) Nineteen century
d) Sixteen century
Identify the odd term out?
a) Front page express
c) Web page editor
d) World wide web
Different network can be linked using?
a) A remote PC
b) A router PC
c) A disk server
Hypertext is text that?
a) Appears as superscript
b) Contains links to other document
c) Appears above normal text
d) Has images embodies in the text
The domain name in a URL refers to the?
b) File name
Software designed for a specific purpose is called as?
a) System software
c) Specific software
d) application software
Pyknosis characterized by?
a) Nuclear basophilia
b) Nuclear shrinkage
c) Nuclear disintegration
d) Nucleolus disintegration
Mallory’s degeneration seen in alcoholic liver disease is a form of?
a) Hyaline degeneration
b) Amyloid degeneration
c) Hydropic degeneration
d) Fatty degeneration
Severe generalized edema is called as?
b) Pitting edema
d) Dependent edema
The activation of caspases is likely to lead to?
a) Apoptotic cell death
b) Blood coagulation
c) Mitotic cell division
d) G1 and S phase of cell cycle
A reduction in the total leucocyte count is called?
Reduced number of platelet is found in all the conditions except?
a) Disseminated intravascular coagulation
b) Aplastic anaemia
c) Acute myeloid leukemia
d) Von Willibrand disease
Normal adult haemoglobin contains?
a) One alpha chain and one beta chain
b) One alpha and 2 beta chains
c) One beta and 2 alpha chains
d) Two alpha and two beta chains
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