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Practice Test Questions part 1

Staff Nurse Examination Model Questions and Answers


Correct Answers are Shown in Blue Color
1. Features of simple schizophrenia are:
(a)Diagnosis easy
(b)Insidious onset
(c)Persistent hallucinations
(d)Fixed delusions
2. Secrological study for prevalence of Hepatitis B is best by:
(a)Core antigen
(b)Core antibody
(c)Surface antigen
(d)Surface antibody
3. All of the following can have associated depression EXCEPT
(a)Dementia
(b)Sexual dysfunction
(c)Schizophrenia
(d)Anxiety disorder
4. Bone marrow transplantation is recommended for all the following EXCEPT:
(a)Spherocytosis
(b)Acute leukemias
(c)Thalassemia major
(d)Hbs diseases
5. HEMPAS test is positive in
(a)Spherocytosis
(b)Thalassemia
(c)Dyserythropoisis
(d)Sickle cell diseases
6. One set of post-partom disorders in usually between
(a)7 days
(b)7-15 days
(c)0-7 days
(d)0-3 days
7. Reduction of sleep in acute schizophrenic breakdown is mostly in:
(a)Stage 1 Non REM sleep
(b)Stage IV Non REM sleep
(c)Stage III Non REM sleep
(d)Stage II Non REM sleep

8. Which of the following is out of place?


(a)Negativism
(b)Over inclusion
(c)Echopraxia
(d)Echolalia
9. What is the limit of IQ, below which mental Retardation begins?
(a)90
(b)20
(c)50
(d)70
10. Which is out of place?
(a)Thiathixene
(b)Fluanisone
(c)Flupenthixol
(d)Chlor prothixene
11. Fallopian tube is line by
(a)Columnar epithelium
(b)Squamous epithelium
(c)Ciliated epithelium
(d)Stratified epithelium
12. Immediate treatment Anuphylaxis is:
(a)Adrenaline
(b)Benzyl Penicillin
(c)Hydrocortisone
(d)Stropine
13. Which of the following sets of relationships is most likely to contribute to the
development of neurotic illness?
(a)Sibling
(b)Extended family
(c)Female-Male
(d)Parent-Child
14. Hepatitis B is NOT transmitted by:
(a)Breast milk
(b)Plasma
(c)Blood transfusion
(d)Cryo precipitate
15. All of the following are types of behavior therapy EXCEPT:
(a)Operant conditioning
(b)Implosion therapy

(c)Aversion therapy
(d)Free association
16. Society came into existence:
(a)Due to continuous evolutions
(b)Unknown reason
(c)Due to divine inspiration
(d)Force applied by human beings
17. All of the following are first rank symptoms of SchizophreniaEXCEPT:
(a)Delusional perception
(b)Passivity phenomenon
(c)Thought alienation
(d)Negativism
18. Triacylglycerol Synthesis is enhanced by:
(a)Insulin
(b)Dpinephrine
(c)Cortisol
(d)Glucagon
19. Bruxism is:
(a)Awakens the sleeper
(b)Events can be duplicated while awake
(c)Seen in 5% of normal population
(d)Denching and grinding of teeth in sleep
20. Mucocutaneous leishmamiasis is caused by:
(a)Leishmania tropica
(b)Leishmanic brazilienses
(c)Leishmaina donowani
(d)None of these
21. Clinically, Hysteria may present with all EXCEPT:
(a)Insomnia
(b)Convulsions
(c)Anaesthesia
(d)Paralysis
22. Memory loss occurs in animals injected with:
(a)Dopamine
(b)RNA
(c)Anti-cholinergic drugs
(d)Norepinephrine
23. When does involutional melancholia most frequently occur for the first time?

(a)Late middle age


(b)Old age
(c)Early middle age
(d)Youth
24. Which of the following would solve the unemployment problem of India most
rapidly?
(a)Overhauling the system of education
(b)Mechanised farming
(c)Quick industrialization
(d)Effective birth control
25. Which of the following is least likely to block effective communication?
(a)Interaction consciousness
(b)A feeling of self-consciousness
(c)A feeling of belonging
(d)Alienation
26. Which substance does not cross the blood brain barrier?
(a)Testereme
(b)Glucose
(c)Insulin
(d)Urea
27. The drug of choice for epidural administration of analgesia is:
(a)Morphine
(b)Demeral
(c)Dilaudid
(d)Codoine
28. The antiatherosclerotic lipoprotein is:
(a)LDL
(b)Chylomicrons
(c)HDL
(d)VLDL
29. The daily dose of cyclosporine is:
(a)20 mg/kg
(b)40 mg/kg
(c)10 mg/kg
(d)5mg/kg
30. Pheumocexcus can be differentiated from streptococcus by:
(a)Growth characteristics
(b)Bile solubility
(c)Type of haemolysis

(d)Gram staining
31. What is the advantage of Unipolar ECT over Bipolar ECT?
(a)Less memory disturbance
(b)Doesnt require anaesthesia
(c)Better therapeutic effect
(d)More safe
32. Cutaneous larve migrane is due to:
(a)B.malayi
(b)D.medinensis
(c)Ankylostomo brazilliences
(d)W. brancrofti
33. Hypermnesia in seen in:
(a)Paranoia
(b)Obsessive compulsive neurosis
(c)Certain gifted prodigies
(d)All are correct
34. Drug which is contraindicated in head injury?
(a)Morphine
(b)Antibiotics
(c)Oxygen
(d)Fluids
35. Pica is:
(a)Associated with parasitic infestations
(b)Most common between 18 months and six years of age
(c)Eating of non-nutritive substance regularly for at least one month
(d)All are correct
36. Large antigen-antibody reaction is required to cause:
(a)Uriticasin
(b)Anaphylactic reaction
(c)Serum sickness
(d)Arthus reaction
37. Dejavu is a discover of:
(a)Volition
(b)Perception
(c)Memory
(d)Thought
38. Single skin lesion is seen in which type of leprosy?
(a)BL

(b)BT
(c)LL
(d)TT
39. Normal mid arm circumference to head circumference in children is:
(a)0.32-0.33
(b)0.39-0.42
(c)0.28-0.31
(d)0.25-0.27
40. Cerebrosides contain which of the following?
(a)Galactitol
(b)Sphinogosine
(c)PHylol
(d)Glycerol
41. In India at present infant mortality per thousand is around.
(a)80
(b)70
(c)90
(d)100
42. Attention defict disorder is characterized by which of the following:
(a)Hyperactivity
(b)In attention
(c)Impulsiveness
(d)All are true
43. In diet therapy of under nourished children, the mineralsupplement should include:
(a)Iridium
(b)Calcium
(c)Potassium
(d)Sodium
44. Adrenaline acts on which enzyme in glycegenolysis?
(a)Phosphorylace
(b)Gluco disphosphates
(c)Glucokinase
(d)Herokinase
45. The highest stratum of needs in the hierarchy is:
(a)Self actualization
(b)Safety
(c)Esteem
(d)Physiological

46. Organic causes of delirium include:


(a)Carcinoid syndrome
(b)Multiple sclerosis
(c)Epilepsy
(d)All are true
47. Appreciation of self appears during:
(a)3rd year
(b)5th year
(c)2nd year
(d)1st year
48. Nursing means:
(a)It is an artificial art and science
(b)It is an illegal issues help enhancing performance
(c)Diagnosis and treatment of human responses to actual and potential health problems.
(d)None of these
49. A violet Blue discoloration of the vaginal membrance is,
(a)Jacquemiers
(b)Hebbers sign
(c)Hegars sign
(d)Osianders sign

50. Most common post-operative psychiatric condition is:


(a)Acute Psychotic Episode
(b)Manic episode
(c)Delirium
(d)Depression
Practice Test Questions part 2
Model Questions and Answers for preparing Staff Nurse Examinations
Correct Answers are Shown in Blue Color
51. Habitat of hook worm is:
(a)Colon
(b)Duodenum
(c)Jejunum
(d)None of these
52. Calcium is excreted in:
(a)Urine
(b)Vein
(c)Sweat

(d)Faeces
53. Variable portion of antibody molecule is:
(a)Cho mdiety
(b)C-Terminal
(c)N-Terminal
(d)None of these
54. Dragon orserpent worm is:
(a)Dracunculus
(b)Distoplasma
(c)Trichuris
(d)Enterobius
55. Effect of trycyclic antidepressants does NOT come usually before:
(a)4-6 weeks
(b)1-3 days
(c)1- week
(d)2-3 weeks
56. Most frequent age for onset of schizophrenia is:
(a)Middle age
(b)Senescence
(c)Childhood
(d)Adolescence
57. Immunoglobulin consists of:
(a)1 light 1 heavy chains
(b)Heavy chain
(c)1 heavy, 2 lights chains
(d)2 lights, 2 heavy chains
58. Rabies virus has a .. shape.
(a)Spiral
(b)Bullet
(c)Spherical
(d)Rectangular
59. Key enzyme in urea synthesis is:
(a)Arginase
(b)Ornithine
(c)Urease
(d)Carbany/transferase
60. Quellung reaction is associated with:
(a)Capsular absence

(b)Lecithinase production
(c)Capsular delineation
(d)Capsular degeneration
61. The commonest cause of hypertension in children is:
(a)Endocrine
(b)Essential
(c)Renovascular
(d)Renoparenchymal
62. In a pubescent girl, enlarged firm nodulas thyroid means
(a)Pubertygoitre
(b)Malignancy
(c)Hyperthyroidism
(d)Hypothyroidism
63. Hyperventilation syndrome is associated with:
(a)Tetany
(b)Overbreaking
(c)Paresthesia
(d)All are true
64. Breast is composed of:
(a)Glandular tissues only
(b)Connective tissues only
(c)Connective and fatty tissues
(d)Glandular and fatty tissues
65. Vitamin present in co-enzyme A is:
(a)Thiamine
(b)Nicotinic acid
(c)Pyridoxine
(d)Panthothemic acid
66. Which vaccine need not be given to Boys?
(a)Measles
(b)Small pox
(c)German measles
(d)Mumbs
67. Kata thermometer is used to measure:
(a)Radiant heat
(b)Cooling power of air
(c)Maximum temperature
(d)Minimum temperature

68. Neuro hormonal reflex in lactation is a:


(a)Rooting reflex
(b)Curving reflex
(c)Fixing reflex
(d)Let down reflex
69. About plague formation true is:
(a)Used for virus culture
(b)All of these
(c)Identification of virus
(d)Cloning and separation of specific virus
70. Lepra cells found in lepromatos leprosy are:
(a)Macrophages
(b)Plasma cells
(c)Lymphocytes
(d)Neutrophils
71. Commonest cause of diarrhea in children is:
(a)Adeno virus
(b)Giardiasis
(c)Rota virus
(d)Norwalk virus
72. Ivermectin is used in the treatment of:
(a)Ascariasis
(b)Stronglyoidiasis
(c)Filariasis
(d)Schistosomiasis
73. Hypervitaminosis D manifests with:
(a)Hypotonia
(b)Constipation
(c)Failure to thrive
(d)All are true
74. How birth weight baby is accounted for by which of the following?
(a)Placental dysfunction
(b)Multiple pregnancy
(c)Grand multi
(d)All are true
75. A child of 5 years is said to have anaemia if Hb is below:
(a)14gm
(b)10gm

(c)11gm
(d)12 gm
76. Which of the following pregnancy complications can lead to preterm birth?
(a)Placenta previa
(b)Toxemia
(c)APH
(d)All are true
77. Hallucinations are seen is:
(a)Neuroses
(b)Drug dependence
(c)Personality disorders
(d)Psychoses
78. Reyes syndrome following influenza is most commonly associated with:
(a)Type A
(b)All of the above
(c)Type C
(d)Type B
79. Anaclitic depression occurs in:
(a)Adolescence
(b)Old age
(c)First years of life
(d)Adulthood
80. Most common post-partum disorder is:
(a)Depression
(b)Hysteria
(c)Schizophrenia
(d)Psychosis
81. First psychotropic drug to be used in schizophrenia was:
(a)Chlorpromazine
(b)Halvperidol
(c)Reserpine
(d)Pimozide
82. Anhedonia is a disorder of:
(a)Conation
(b)Volition
(c)Cognition
(d)Affect
83. Sitophobia is the dread of:

(a)Strangers
(b)Dirt
(c)Death
(d)Eating
84. Which of the following should cause a nurse to omit a dose of Digoxin?
(a)A blood pressure of 120/80
(b)A blood pressure of 140/90
(c)A pulse of 56
(d)A pulse of 90
85. The first drug to be used in convulsure therapy was:
(a)Insulin
(b)Barbitarates
(c)Cardiazol
(d)Atropine
86. Vibrio Cholera was discovered by:
(a)Koch
(b)Virchow
(c)John snow
(d)Mekintoff
87. The drug often implicated in Reyes syndrome is:
(a)Aspirin
(b)Amandatine
(c)Antibiotic
(d)Aflatoxin
88. Leprosy spreads by:
(a)Skin to skin contact
(b)Ingestion
(c)Droplet spread
(d)Blood transfusion
89. The beta2 against that gives 24 hours relief with single oral dose is:
(a)Rimaterol
(b)Formoterd
(c)Salbutamol
(d)Bambuterol
90. The most common non English language spoken in the United States is:
(a)Italian
(b)Spanish
(c)French
(d)German

91. In only prolongation of PT, one should think of deficiency of:


(a)Fibrinogen
(b)Vitamin K
(c)Factor VIII
(d)All of these
92. Following is the marker of HIV infection of eggs.
(a)Trichuriasis
(b)Stonyyloides
(c)Hydaticlcyst
(d)Draconculosis
93. The length of endotracheal tube, to be inserted beyond Glottis is:
(a)4 cm
(b)7 cm
(c)3 cm
(d)5 cm
94. Formation of pox on chorio allantoic remembrance occurs in:
(a)Varicella
(b)CMV
(c)Herpes
(d)Influenza
95. Treatment of relapse of periodic catatonia is:
(a)Cortisone
(b)Imipramine
(c)Insulin
(d)Thyroxin
96. Virus causing pneumonia are all EXCEPT:
(a)Herpes
(b)Measles
(c)Mumps
(d)Cytomegalo virus
97. Rat flea transmits all EXCEPT:
(a)Hymenolepis
(b)Murine typhus dimonites
(c)Salmonllosis
(d)Plague
98. Which of the following neurological structures are involved in the control of
emotions?
(a)Hypothalamus

(b)Cerebellum
(c)Pons
(d)Medulla
99. A condition that is generally considered to be psychophysiologic is:
(a)Hepatitis
(b)Pepticulcer
(c)Emphysema
(d)Osleoarthritis
100. The stage of shock characterized by a normal blood pressure is the . Stage.
(a)Initial
(b)Irreversible
(c)Compensated
(d)Progressive
Model Questions and Answers for preparing the Upcoming Staff Nurse Exam
1. Most important person in a hospital is
Ans. Patient
2. Cold applications are related to .
Ans. All the above
3. Meaning of H.S:
Ans. At sleeping time
4. Myotics are drugs which ..
Ans. Contracts pupil
5. Destruction of pathogenic organisms including their spores is called:
Ans. Sterilization
6. A local complication due to neglected mouth is
Ans. Parotitis
7. Which of the following is unrelated to communication?
Ans. Language
8. Formulating goal and nursing intervention in nursing process is
Ans. Planning
9. Oxygen content in the tent should be:
Ans. 40-60%
10. Hemorrhage occurs within 36 hrs after injury:

Ans. Reactionary hemorrhage


11. Gloves are sterilized by:
Ans. Autoclaving
12. Which is not related to medicine administration?
Ans. Right nurse
13. The temperature of solution for eye irrigation is:
Ans. 98-100deg F
14. Any drug used to relieve pain is known as:
Ans. Anodyne
15. empl means:
Ans. Plaster
16. First and most crucial stage of nursing process is.
Ans. Assessment
17. Uses of makes, caps, gowns, and gloves is an example for:
Ans. Medical asepsis
18. The usual rate of replacement of fluid loss is:
Ans. 3 ml/mt
19. The fluid accumulates as a result of inflammation is called:
Ans. Exudates
20. Eupnoea means:
Ans. Normal breathing
21. Sleeping pulse rate may be recorded in .
Ans. Thyroid disorders
22. The respiratory centre is situated in ..
Ans. Medulla
23. 1 ounce equal to .. table spoon
Ans. 2
24. An irregularly irregular pulse beats:
Ans. Chaotic pulse
25. P.R.N means:
Ans. When required

26. Which signs unrelated to Rh incompatibility?


Ans. Paralysis and itching of limbs
27. Which of the following is a complication of cardiac catheterization?
Ans. Myocardial infarction
28. Slow injection of large quantities of liquid into the rectum is called:
Ans. Proctoclysis
29. Peculiar susceptibility of an individual to some drugs, proteins and other substance is
called:
Ans. Idiosyncracy
30. Factor not related to good absorption of drugs:
Ans. Type of foods eaten
31. is used for rheumatic patients
Ans. Blanket bed
32. For runner of public health nursing :
Ans. Phoeba
33. Type of sutures used to relieve tension on incision:
Ans. Tension sutures
34. Atropine is an example for
Ans. Mydriatics
35. Temperature of evacuant enema solution for children:
Ans. 100 deg F
36. Enema given for the treatment of shock collapse and poisoning
Ans. Stimulant enema
37. Rothera test is to test ..
Ans. Urine acetone
38. Heat regulating centre in the body is:
Ans. Hypothalamus

Community Health Nursing


Model Questions and Answers for preparing Staff Nurse Examinations.
Correct Answers are Shown in Blue Color

1. Most important indicator of the health status of a community is:


a)MMR
b)IMR
c)Morbidity rate
d)Vital statistics
2. Deficiency of fluorine result in ..
a)Dental carries
b)Osteoporosis
c)Anemia
d)Tetany
3. The health directorate is headed by
a)DHS
b)Secretory of health service
c)Minister
d)DME
4. The official organ of TNAI is ..
a)Nursing journal of India
b)SNA
c)INC
d)None of the above
5. The judicial organ of Gramasabha is:
a)Gram panchayath
b)Sarpanch
c)Nyana Panchayath
d)Panchayath Samithi
6. The most sensitive vaccine to heat:
a)DPT
b)BCG
c)OPV
d)None of the above
7. A modern method of sewage purify caption:
a)Rapid sand filters
b)Slow sand filters
c)Activated sludge process
d)None of the above
8. A surface cleansing agent which act by lowering surface tension ..
a)Detergent

b)Deodorant
c)Surfactant
d)None of the above
9. The most abundant element in the human body .
a)Calcium
b)Phosphorus
c)Iron
d)None of the above
10. False harmful oral report about another person :
a)Slander
b)Libel
c)Summon
d)None of the above
11. False harmful written report about another person:
a)Slander
b)Act
c)Summon
d)Libel
12. While calculating birth rates, the denominator used is:
a)Live birth
b)Mid year population
c)Census
d)None of the above
13. is a food borne intoxication due to bacteria.
a)Diphtheria
b)Botulism
c)Cholera
d)Diarrhea
14. Free and combined chlorine in water can be determined using:
a)Orthotoludine test
b)Methylene blue test
c)Phosphatese test
d)None of the above
15. Zilla perishad as at the .
a)Village level
b)Town level
c)Block level
d)District level

16. Water from a community which doesnt contain solid and liquid excreta:
a)Sewage
b)Sullage
c)Effluent
d)Sludge
17. Goitre is related to:
a)Pancrease
b)Anopheles
c)Mansonia
d)Culex
18. Mosquito which lays eggs on the leaves of certain aquatic plants is:
a)Aedes
b)Anopheles
c)Mansonia
d)Culex
19. Supplementary feeding should start at the age of:
a)4-6 months
b)2-4 months
c)6-8 months
d)8-12 months
20. According to 2000 census Indias population was between:
a)959 and 1052 million
b)900 and 950 million
c)500-900 million
d)400-500
21. Govt. of India launched the programmed Reproductive andchild health care in the
year:
a)1996
b)1997
c)1998
d)1999
22. DOTS is a method of treatment related to:
a)Diphtheria
b)TB
c)Pertussis
d)Leprosy
23. Raising eyebrow is an example of .. communication
a)Verbal

b)Nonverbal
c)Formal
d)None of the above
24. Vitamin useful in the prevention and treatment of bleeding
a)Vitamin K
b)Vitamin D
c)Vitamin B
d)Vitamin E
25. Wells should be disinfected every day during epidemic of:
a)Fever
b)Cholera
c)Botulism
d)Chicken pox
26. In women, the reproductive span is generally assumed between
a)18-44 years
b)14-45 years
c)20-50 years
d)25-35 years
27. Percentage of protein a child should get from the midday school meal provided is:
a)30 %
b)50 %
c)25 %
d)10 %
28. Anti-infective vitamin is:
a)Vitamin C
b)Vitamin D
c)Vitamin K
d)Vitamin A
29. Following are the social problems except:
a)Alcoholism
b)Malnutrition
c)Prostitution
d)STDs
30. Major signs and symptoms of AIDS are the following except:
a)weight loss
b)Dehydration
c)Kaposis sarcoma
d)None of these

31. The population given to a family welfare centre is:


a)1000
b)2000
c)5000
d)10000
32. Oral rehydration fluid contains the following except:
a)NaCl
b)KCl
c)Sodium citrate
d)Calcium carbonate
33. Aspesis means:
a)Absence of pathogenic organisms
b)Growth and multiplication of germs
c)Presence of Pathogens
d)None of the above
34.Mode of transmission of hepatitis?
a)Parental or vertical
b)Vector borne
c)Droplet infection
d)Feco-oral route
35. Permanent method of family planning for males?
a)Tubectomy
b)Copper T
c)Vasectomy
d)None of the above
36.Best source of calcium:
a)Meat
b)Vegetables
c)Fruits
d)Milk
37. Hardness of water that can be removed by boiling:
a)Permanent hardness
b)Immunity
c)Both a and b
d)None of the above
38. Following are the live vaccines except:
a)BCG
b)OPV

c)Cholera
d)Measles
39. Following are the live vaccines except:
a)Protein deficiency
b)Iron deficiency
c)Vitamin A deficiency
d)Poverty
40. Acute watery diarrhea with visible blood in stool is called:
a)Cholera
b)Diarrhea
c)Dysentery
d)Typhoid
41.Pyorrhea means:
a)Dental carries
b)Diarrhea
c)Dysentery
d)Typhoid
42. Sanitary installation for the purification of human excreta:
a)Water
b)Septic tank
c)Tetanus
d)Shallow trench latrine
43. An outbreak of disease in a community in excess of normal expectation is called as:
a)Sporadic
b)Epidemic
c)Endemic
d)Pandemic
44. World health day is:
a)April 7
b)May 1
c)Jan 7
d)June 5
45. Lodine is essential for the synthesis of:
a)Thyroxine
b)Aldosterone
c)Gonadotrophine
d)Protein
46. Risk factors for developing coronary heart disease include:

a)Smoking
b)Hypertension
c)Serum cholesterol
d)All of the above
47. The recommended illumination required for casual reading is:
a)50lux
b)100lux
c)300lux
d)25lux
48. Effective method of health education:
a)Symbosium
b)Panel discussion
c)Group discussion
d)Lecture
49. A forum of conjunctivitis causes by a virus:
a)Glucoma
b)Style
c)Paronychia
d)Trachoma
50. Milk protein more in human milk:
a)Casein
b)Lactalbumin
c)Lucin
d)Mucin
RRB
1. Most important person in a hospital is
Ans. Patient
2. Cold applications are related to .
Ans. All the above
3. Meaning of H.S:
Ans. At sleeping time
4. Myotics are drugs which ..
Ans. Contracts pupil
5. Destruction of pathogenic organisms including their spores is called:
Ans. Sterilization

6. A local complication due to neglected mouth is


Ans. Parotitis
7. Which of the following is unrelated to communication?
Ans. Language
8. Formulating goal and nursing intervention in nursing process is
Ans. Planning
9. Oxygen content in the tent should be:
Ans. 40-60%
10. Hemorrhage occurs within 36 hrs after injury:
Ans. Reactionary hemorrhage
11. Gloves are sterilized by:
Ans. Autoclaving
12. Which is not related to medicine administration?
Ans. Right nurse
13. The temperature of solution for eye irrigation is:
Ans. 98-100deg F
14. Any drug used to relieve pain is known as:
Ans. Anodyne
15. empl means:
Ans. Plaster
16. First and most crucial stage of nursing process is.
Ans. Assessment
17. Uses of makes, caps, gowns, and gloves is an example for:
Ans. Medical asepsis
18. The usual rate of replacement of fluid loss is:
Ans. 3 ml/mt
19. The fluid accumulates as a result of inflammation is called:
Ans. Exudates
20. Eupnoea means:
Ans. Normal breathing
21. Sleeping pulse rate may be recorded in .

Ans. Thyroid disorders


22. The respiratory centre is situated in ..
Ans. Medulla
23. 1 ounce equal to .. table spoon
Ans. 2
24. An irregularly irregular pulse beats:
Ans. Chaotic pulse
25. P.R.N means:
Ans. When required
26. Which signs unrelated to Rh incompatibility?
Ans. Paralysis and itching of limbs
27. Which of the following is a complication of cardiaccatheterization?
Ans. Myocardial infarction
28. Slow injection of large quantities of liquid into the rectum is called:
Ans. Proctoclysis
29. Peculiar susceptibility of an individual to some drugs, proteins and other substance is
called:
Ans. Idiosyncracy
30. Factor not related to good absorption of drugs:
Ans. Type of foods eaten
31. is used for rheumatic patients
Ans. Blanket bed
32. For runner of public health nursing :
Ans. Phoeba
33. Type of sutures used to relieve tension on incision:
Ans. Tension sutures
34. Atropine is an example for
Ans. Mydriatics
35. Temperature of evacuant enema solution for children:
Ans. 100 deg F
36. Enema given for the treatment of shock collapse and poisoning

Ans. Stimulant enema


37. Rothera test is to test ..
Ans. Urine acetone
38. Heat regulating centre in the body is:
Ans. Hypothalamus
Model Questions for RRB Staff Nurse Exam
1. Fertilization of ovum takes place at:
Ans. Ampulla
2. The most frequent causes of maternal death during child birth:
Ans. Hemorrhage
3. LMP was on 01.09.2009, then EDD is on:
Ans. 08.06.2010
4. Endomatrium after conception is known as:
Ans. Decidua
5. The reagent used for testing urine sugar is:
Ans. Benedicts reagent
6. Fertilized ovum up to 3-8 weeks is called:
Ans. Embryo
7. Severe vomitting in pregnancy is:
Ans. Hyperemesis gravidarum
8. The hereditary determinants of humans are received from:
Ans. Genes
9. Humans placenta develops at .. months of pregnancy
Ans. 3
10. Fusing of sperm and ovum is called:
Ans. Fertilization
11. Injection TT is given to pregnant women to prevent:
Ans. Neonatal tetanus
12. How many pairs of chromosomes in man?
Ans. 23

13. Average births weight of an Indian baby is . Kg.


Ans. 3
14. Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy is:
Ans. Eclampsia
15. An infant sits alone momentarily by about . month of age.
Ans. 6
16. The ideal pelvis for child bearing is . pelvis
Ans. Gynaecoid
17. Abortion is the termination of pregnancy before . weeks of pregnancy.
Ans. 28
18. HCG can be detected in blood after conception as early as days
Ans. 9
19. Positive signs of pregnancy is:
Ans. Foetal movement
20. The causes of physiological anaemia in pregnancy is:
Ans. Haemodilution
21. Normal volume of amniotic fluid at term is ml.
Ans. 1000
22. Increased accumulation of cerebro spinal fluid in brain is:
Ans. Hydrocephalys
23. The foetal heart sound can be heard after .. month of pregnancy.
Ans. 6
24. The average length of umbilical cord is cm.
Ans. 50
25. Human foetus has a coat of hair called:
Ans. Lanugo
26. Hypoglycemia in a baby of diabetic mother is because of:
Ans. Increased insulin
27. Site of fertilization in female reproductory system is:
Ans. Fallopian tube
28. The child has a complete set of deciduous teeth at the age of .. years.

Ans. 2
29. Protein requirement for a pregnant woman per day is .. grams
Ans. 55
30. Congenital varicella is related with which disease?
Ans. Chicken pox
31. The maximum amount of blood lost during delivery is ml.
Ans. 500
32. The first sign seen in pregnancy is:
Ans. Amenorrhoea
33. The hormone that is injected to pregnant woman at the time of delivery:
Ans. Oxytocin
34. Labour starts with pain and ends with the delivery of:
Ans. Placenta
35. Labour takes place after . day of last menstrual period:
Ans. 280
36. A new born baby has bones.
Ans. 300
37. Bartholin gland is found in:
Ans. Vagina
38. Corpus luteum is found in:
Ans. Ovary
39. A childs heredity is determined at the time of:
Ans. Conception
40. Heart burn refers to an uneasy burning sensation in the:
Ans. Stomach
41. Breast milk production is increased due to:
Ans. Prolactin
42. The brim of the anthropoid pelvis is .. shape.
Ans. Oval
43. Which chemical is used to test urine for albumin.
Ans. Acetic acid

44. . percent of water contains in amniotic fluid.


Ans. 99
45. The killing of a new born child by its parents is called:
Ans. Infanticide
46. The function of amnion is:
Ans. Shock protection
47. The strongest ligament in the female pelvis is:
Ans. Transverse cervical
48. Gynaecoid pelvis is . in shape.
Ans. Round
49. First foetal movement felt by the mother is:
Ans. Quickening
50. The alternate term of normal labour is:
Ans. Eutocia
51. The process by which ova are discharge from ovary is called:
Ans. Ovulation
52. Grafian follicle of ovary secretes which hormones?
Ans. Oestrogen
53. Drugs and X-rays should be avoided in the . trimester of pregnancy:
Ans. First
54. Amniotic fluid other wise known as:
Ans. Liquor amni
55. The first Railway line in South India started in:
Ans. 1856
56. There is 16 Zones and . divisions in Indian Railways.
Ans. 68
57. Kerala State included in which Zone?
Ans. Southern
58. Who was the first Vice President of India ?
Ans. Dr.S. Radhakrishnan

59. Shantivan is the Samadhi place of:


Ans. Indira Gandhi
60. The Prime Minister of Bangladesh:
Ans. Shiek Haseena
61. Mother Teresa was born in:
Ans. Yugoslavia
62. Chepauk stadium situates in:
Ans. Chennai
63. The First Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu was:
Ans. C.N. Annadurai
64. The famous wild life sanctuary in Tamil Nadu:
Ans. Mudumalai
65. Kanchi was the capital of the:
Ans. Pallavas