KEA STAFF NURSE EXAM QUESTIONS PART I

KEA GNM STAFF NURSE EXAMINATION was conducted in the month of January 2016, the multiple choice questions 1-25 published in part 1 and 26-50 published in part II,  51-75 published in part III,  76-100 published in part IV, The answers also given in the end of 25 questions

1. Mortality means
 (A) Sickness rate (B) Death rate
 (C) Birth rate
 (D) Birth rate & Death rate

2. Name of the tiny air–sacs in the lungs :
 (A) Bronchioles (B) Ravioli
 (C) Alveoli (D) Bronchus

3. The umbilical cord consists of
 (A) Two arteries and one vein
 (B) Two veins and one artery
 (C) Two arteries and two veins
 (D) None of them

4. Power house of cell is
 (A) Miases (B) Lysosomes
 (C) Golgicomplex (D) Mitochondria

5. Presence of albumin in the urine is termed as
 (A) Oliguria (B) Anuria
 (C) Albuminuria (D) Dysuria
6. White Blood Cells are responsible for
 (A) Phagocytosis (B) Pirocytosis
 (C) Exocytosis (D) Endocytosis

7. Personal hygiene comprises :
 (A) Physical health (B) Mental health
 (C) Both Physical health & Mental health
 (D) None of these

8. Following are the principles of nursing, except:
 (A) Individuality (B) Equality
 (C) Good workmanship (D) Use of resources

9. Which of the following symptoms are due to food poisoning ?
 (A) Nausea,vomiting
 (B) Abdominal cramps
 (C) Diarrhoea and fever (D) All of these

10. Active immunization should be given for
whooping cough :
 (A) DPT (B) BCG
 (C) Measles (D) None

11. Society determines of the state
 (A) Background (B) Purpose
 (C) Jurisdiction (D) All of these

12. Collapse of the lung is called as
 (A) Apnea (B) Dyspnea
 (C) Atlectasis (D) Anoxia

13. The most common cause of intestinal obstruction is
 (A) Adhesions (B) Hernia
 (C) Volvolus (D) Neoplasms

14. Formation of a permanent artificial opening is known as
 (A) Ectomy (B) Otomy
 (C) Ostomy (D) Plasty

15. The type of antagonism are
 (A) Summarized (B) Potentiated
 (C) Addictive (D) Competitive

16. A good local anesthetic agent should not
cause
 (A) Local irritation (B) Systemic toxicity
 (C) Fast onset and long duration of action
 (D) Vasodilatation

17. While giving CPR for an infant, the depth of compression should be
 (A) 2.0 inch (B) 0.5–1 inch
 (C) 1 inch (D) 1–1.5 inch

18. The new–born stomach capacity is
 (A) 15 ml (B) 20 ml
 (C) 40 ml (D) 30 ml

19. The most common phobia in clinical practice is
 (A) Gamo phobia (B) Social phobia
 (C) Agora phobia (D) Claustro phobia

20. Which of the following is the last resort to control external bleeding ?
 (A) Direct pressure
 (B) Elevation above the level of heart
 (C) Use of tourniquet (D) Use of pressure point

21. Treatment of delirium tremers is
 (A) Promethazine (B) Chlodiaxepoxide
 (C) Diazepam (D) Respiridon

22. Normal duration of pregnancy (in days) is
 (A) 250 Days (B) 266 Days
 (C) 277 Days (D) 300 Days

23. Common sites of bedsores are
 (A) Sacrum (B) Heels
 (C) Elbows (D) All of these

24. Which of the following is a fungal infection
of the feet ?
 (A) Madura foot disease
 (B) Athelete's foot disease
 (C) Club foot and talipes
 (D) Hyperidlosis and bromidrosis

25. Tolerance and drug resistance can be consequence of
 (A) Drug dependence
 (B) Increased metabolic degradation
 (C) Depressed renal excretion
 (D) Activation of a drug after hepatic first pass

ANSWERS: 
1. Mortality means
 (B) Death rate
2. Name of the tiny air–sacs in the lungs :
 (C) Alveoli (D) Bronchus
3. The umbilical cord consists of
 (A) Two arteries and one vein (B) Two veins and one artery
4. Power house of cell is
 (D) Mitochondria
5. Presence of albumin in the urine is termed as
 (C) Albuminuria (D) Dysuria
6. White Blood Cells are responsible for
 (A) Phagocytosis (B) Pirocytosis
7. Personal hygiene comprises :
 (C) Both Physical health & Mental health
 (D) None of these
8. Following are the principles of nursing, except:
 (B) Equality
9. Which of the following symptoms are due to food poisoning ?
 (D) All of these
10. Active immunization should be given for whooping cough :
 (A) DPT (B) BCG
11. Society determines of the state
 (B) Purpose
12. Collapse of the lung is called as
 (C) Atlectasis (D) Anoxia
13. The most common cause of intestinal obstruction is
 (A) Adhesions (B) Hernia
14. Formation of a permanent artificial opening is known as
 (C) Ostomy (D) Plasty 
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15. The type of antagonism are
 (D) Competitive
16. A good local anesthetic agent should not cause
 (C) Fast onset and long duration of action
17. While giving CPR for an infant, the depth of compression should be
 (B) 0.5–1 inch
18. The new–born stomach capacity is
 (D) 30 ml
19. The most common phobia in clinical practice is
 (C) Agora phobia (D) Claustro phobia
20. Which of the following is the last resort to control external bleeding ?
 (D) Use of pressure point
21. Treatment of delirium tremers is
 (C) Diazepam (D) Respiridon
22. Normal duration of pregnancy (in days) is
 (C) 277 Days (D) 300 Days
23. Common sites of bedsores are
 (D) All of these
24. Which of the following is a fungal infection of the feet ?
 (B) Athelete's foot disease
25. Tolerance and drug resistance can be consequence of
 (B) Increased metabolic degradation