Hypothesis is not treated by:
A healthy adolescent has meningitis and is receiving IV and oral fluids. The nurse should monitor this client’s fluid intake because fluid overload may cause:
AIDS develops in …. Percent of those infected with HIV
A registered nurse who works in the sterile field and performs varietyof functions during surgical procedure is called:
During CPR, if your rescue breathing is appropriate, which finding will you get?
The functions of management are all of the following except:
Which of the following muscles assist in force respiration?
A client went to emergency department with a possible brain damaged as evidenced by loss of coordination of motor movement and staggering and wide based walking. The client is most liked to have damaged at the
The method which determines the density of various parts of body from the sound produced by trapping with the fingers is:
Sandflies transmit the disease:
It deals with the role, task responsibility and authority given to different categories of staff by the authority and it is:
The ability of body to detect itself against scientific invading agent like bacteria, virus, toxin and foreign bodies is called
The blood travels directly from the:
Protein energy deficiency malnutrition is:
Normal body temp of a child is:
When suffering from hyper parathyroidsm, the patient may be at a risk of developing:
Tuberculosis is a disease caused by:
The true organ of hearing is
The sequence of steps of nursing are
A client with untreated type I diabetes mellitus develops acidosis, which element do you find in the serum?
Which of the following diseases is associated with contaminated water?
A 25 years old patient presents with confusion, increased salvation, lacrimation fasciculation, miosis, tachycardia and hypertension, which of the following poison can cause this manifestation?
The smallest bone of the human body
Contraindication of oral medication:
While taking a sick person to emergency of Teaching Hospital, you suddenly experience severe emotional feeling and become unconscious. While you gain your consciousness after a short while, the doctor attending you said that you had:
On the first day of surgery under G/A patient is on six hourly analgesic therapy, the nurse should administer the analgesic....
Blood group is important for
Mother to child transmission of HIV:
At birth length of baby measure about:
Which container you must select to send urine culture test in pathology?
The one of the target of the secondlong term health plan (1997 - 2017) isto increase the percentage of deliveries attended by trained personnel to:
Which one of the following is the mostcommon cause of hypotonic uterinedystocia?
Insulin hormone is secreted by:
Demography includes the study of:
The spinal cord ends at the level of
To control uremia in a client withkidney failure, what teaching should you give to the client to limit?
Usually, quickening mother feels movements at the period Of:
All the following are the features of tubal rupture except:
Maternal mortality is expressed asper. .... live births.
The nurse check for residual administering a bolus feeding to a client with a nasogastric tube and obtain a residual amount of 150ml. What is the appropriate action for the nurse to take?
Cirrhosis is a chronic disease of the:
Bed wetting among the children is oneof the behavioral problems. This can be treated by:
Purpose for regulating nursing practice is to protect:
immediate complications of drowning include:
Parental preparations of potassium are administered slowly and cautiously to prevent
The most common cause of primary PPH is:
Which of the following statement is not true regarding burn?
Diaphoretic drugs being used to:
Inflammatory disease of the joints and changes in the connective tissue including muscles, tendon, sheath, bursae of joints and fibrous tissue. It is
To assess the effectiveness of a vasodilator drug to a client what should the nurse monitor?
. If postmenopausal women complains of P/V bleeding, what may be suspected?
. If a patient has 400•C temperature andyou want to convert it into Fahrenheit it, it will be like:
World Health Day is celebrated on:
One of the most important steps in the first aid management of poisoning is
When the pulse rate is less than 60/min it is called:
An unconscious patient comes into your health care center emergency, doctor asks you to take cardinal sign, then you decide to record temperature from
The objectiveof surgical scrub is removing dirt, skin oil and microbesfrom hands and lower arms, fingernails. This process is done:
Bed sores areas of dead tissuescaused by prolonged pressure overthe skin, especially over bones whichcut the circulation so that tissues receive no nourishment predisposingfactors of bedsore are:
The purpose of barium enema is:
While a client is on oral contraceptive pills the nurses should teach her for:
It is recommended that the appropriateage to start DPT and polio Vaccine is:
Shock is a condition where:
Which of the following disease is caused due to lack of Vit. D?
While doing newborn assessment, thenurse needs to count the infant's cord vessels. In a normal infant there are:
In order to prevent the cardiovasculardisease, the nurse advices to avoid saturated fat, which on the given list you will avoid?
The nurse should access the patient with cholecystitis for development of obstructive jaundice which would be evidence by
Patient should be informed immediately after applying plaster of pairs of leg for
The action that would be harmful to the client with insect sting is:
After a spontaneous abortion, the nurse should observe the patient for
What is the largest part of human brain?
Chronic carrier state is seen in all except
The drug used to relieve cerebral edema is:
Most important immediate care of newborn is:
Which one of the following precautions must be taken when oxygen is being administered?
Which of the following diseases are prevented by DPT vaccine?
The following are the major killerdisease or children except:
Comprehensive, individualized care provided by the same nurse through the period of care refers to:
The major route of transmission of Hepatitis A is:
. ……is defined as the degree of pathogenicity of infectious agent.
The toxins which are not absorbed to activated charcoal are
One of the main aims of in-service education is to:
One of the most important response shown by the new born is called:
All the following are risk factors for heart disease except:
Human body develops from a single cell called:
The heart disease Common in Nepal:
Epidemiologic web of causation was suggested by:
When a client has Cerebro—Vascular Accident (CVA), in which position should the nurse place the client at the initial stage?
When a disaster occurs, the nurse may have to treat mass hysteria first which response indicates that an individual should be cared first?
Timing of insertion of IUCD is:
The birth weight is tripled
The most sensitive index of transmission in leprosy is
Haemothorax is the collection of the blood inside the thoracic cavity of pleural space due to injury except:
For triage management, which coloursis used to life-threatening patients,who need immediate intervention, fall into this category is:
the following type of injections re commonly used for the treatment purpose, except
Deficiency of Vitamin A can cause:
Which one of the following is not true about scabies?
acute circulatory collapse is the feature of …………… snake bite
A bed with cradle to carry the weight of the bed clothes is called:
Which need in Maslow’s hierarchy reflects a desire for love, friendship, affiliation and group acceptance?
Which of the following is not considered a function of skeletal system?
A patient in a rural community has lost two liters of blood. There is no blood or albumin in the community. The patient is hypovolemic and hypotensive. What is the nurse most likely to do for this patient?
The three emergency situations where a casualty is especially at risk because of the interference with vital needs are:
The study of the distribution and determinants of health-related statesand events in population and application of this study to control health problems is called:
One packet of Jeevan Jal is used to prepare:
A client is having psychological counseling for problems in communicating with his mother. Which of the models of stress would her nurse benefit the most form in reference to this stressor?
Which of the following is not a part of a nursing intervention during patient admission?
Chronic Bronchitis is more common in:
Constipation can be treated by taking
Contra-indication of oral medicationis:
All of the following are the evaluation tools except:
Excessive vomiting during pregnancy is called:
Physiological jaundice appears innewborn within....
The hormone which promotes the development of ovaries, secretion of oestrogen and sperm maturation are:
If the patients whole back is burn, what percent of body is burn?
The effectiveness of nurse-client communication is best valued by:
The position where patient lies on his/her back with legs extended together, arms lie along the side of body is called:
A young lady under chemotherapy(oncovin) vincristine region for cancer of cervix, which side effect is most common?
Marasmus is a condition that is caused by the lack of:
Which of the following is the best method in accessing for correct placement of the NG tube?
The most important part of treatment after snakebite is:
The purpose of performing completerange of motion (ROM) exercise is to:
Presence of infectious agent on clothes or dressings is termed as:
The main function of kidney is:
The most specific test for diagnosis ofHIV/AIDS:
Vehicle causes air pollution because they throw out poisonous gas called:
While giving subcutaneous injectionthe angle between the needle and thebody part should beat:
Thromboplastin initials clotting of blood, this factor/element is found in:
A patient is ordered to give 5% normal saline 500 ml in 4 hrs. To obtain this the flow rate should be adjusted at:
The most frequently occurring type of brain tumor is a:
The normal range of oxygenation displayed on a pulse oximeter is
Which is the largest gland of human body?
The white part of the eye is known as:
Most common helminthic infestation is:
The signs of placental separation are:
Geriatric word represent:
A good communication with patient means:
Nerve deafness would mostly result from an injury or infection thatdamaged the:
A nurse assesses a client's electrolyte levels,which electrolyte ofintracellular fluid does the nurse identify as the most important?
Coffee and tea contain caffeine so they are:
In an organization, what should be done to motivate the workers?
When the elevated body temperature falls gradually to normal it is:
The analytical study where the population is the unit of study is:
When does the placenta get formed?