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               For Recruiting Nurses to work at Hospitals the authorities are conducting Online/Offiline Examinations. which consist of 100 to 120 Multiple choice questions. The candidates will be selected on the basis of candidates performance in the written test /CAT. So before attending the Nursing Recruitment Examiantions like AIIMS Examination, UPSC Examination, HPPSC Examination, RRB Examination, PGI Examination, ESIC Examination candidates start searching on google to find previous question papers and answers instead of reading books. But some time its difficult to find Solved question papers of recent examinations conducted by the examination authorities. Also now a days online examination question papers also we are not getting in time. publishers are trying to publish as much of question papers in our website and our sister website. Go through the following question answers useful for upcoming examination. there are 50 questions with Answers. All 50 questions are solved and available in pdf. format

          1. A lumbar puncture is performed on a child suspected of having bacterial meningitis and CSF is obtained for analysis. The nurse confirms the diagnosis with which of the following result?

(a) Clear CSF, elevated protein and decreased glucose levels

(b) Clear   CSF, decreased pressure and elevated protein levels

(c) Cloudy CSF, elevated protein and decreased glucose levels

(d) Cloudy CSF, decreased protein and decreased glucose levels

Staff nurse exam solved paper pdf

2. Furosemide is administered intravenously to a client with heart failure. How noon after administration should the nurse begin to monitor the evidence of the drug’s effect?

(a) 5-10 minutes (b) 30-60 minutes

(c)   2-4 hours (d)    6-8 hours

3. A 40 year old man is diagnosed with essential hypertension whose blood pressure levels are consistently at or above which of the following (a) 120/90 mm Hg (b) 130/90 mm Hg

(c) 140/90 mm Hg (d) 140/70 mm Hg

4. A client with pernicious anemia asks why she must take vitamin B12 injections for the rest of her life. What is the nurse’s best response?

(a) “The reason for your vitamin deficiency is inability to absorb vitamin because stomach is not producing sufficient acid”.

(b) “The reason for your vitamin deficiency is inability to absorb vitamin because stomach is not producing sufficient intrinsic factor”.

(c) “The reason for your vitamin deficiency is inability to absorb vitamin because of excessive excretion by kidney”.

(d) “The reason for your vitamins deficiency is increased requirement for the vitamins due to rapid RBC production”.

5. Aspirin is administered to a client experiencing MI because of its

(a) Antipyretic action

(b) Antithrombotic action

(c) Antiplatelet action

(d) Analgesic action

6. The most significant thing observed for a client admitted immediately after fracture of femur.

(a) Compartment syndrome

(b) PO2 level

(c) Risk of infection

(d) Associated nerve injuries

7. A client with pneumonia has a temperature ranging between 101o and 102o F and periods of diaphoresis. Based on this information which of the following nursing interventions would be a priority?

(a) Maintain complete bed rest

(b) Administer oxygen

(c) Provide frequent lines changes

(d) Provide fluid intake adequately

Asked in 2019 AIIMS Examination

8. A 40 year old woman with history of asthma is admitted to emergency department. The nurse notes that the client is dyspneic, with a respiratory rate of 35 breaths/minute, nasal flaring and use of accessory muscles. Auscultation of lungs reveals  greatly diminished breath sounds. Based on there findings which should be a priority action?

(a) Initiate O2 therapy and reassess after 10 minutes

(b) Draw blood for ABG analysis and obtain chest X-ray

(c) Administer bronchodilators

(d) Encourage the client to relax and breath through mouth.

9. The nurse interprets which of the following as an early sign of ARDS in a client at risk?

(a) Elevated PCO2

(b) Hypoxia not responsive to oxygen therapy

(c) Severe electrolyte imbalance

(d) Metabolic acidosis

Asked in  ESIC Examination

10. The nurse teaches the client how to instill nasal drops. Which of the following techniques are correct?

(a) The client uses sterile techniques while handling the dropper

(b) The client blows the nose gently before instilling drops

(c) The client uses a new dropper for each instillation

(d) The client sits in a semi-flower’s position for instillation

11. Which of the following symptom is most common in tuberculosis?

(a) Weight loss

(b) Increased appetite

(c) Dyspnoea on exertion

(d) Skin rashes

12. Prednisolone is usually not used along with

(a) Omeprazole (b) Ranitidine

(c) Aspirin (d) Dicnil

13. A client is admitted to the hospital after vomiting blood and is diagnosed with a bleeding duodenal ulcer. Later, client develops a sudden, sharp pain in the midepigastric region along with a rigid abdomen. There clinical manifestations most likely indicates

(a) An intestinal obstruction has developed

(b) Additional ulcers have developed

(c) The esophagus has became inflamed

(d) The ulcer has perforated

14. For caring a client with ileostomy, which of the following has the highest priority?

(a) Providing relief from constipation

(b) Assisting client with self care activities

(c) Maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance

(d) Minimizing odour formation

15. A client with chronic pancreatitis should be monitored closely for the development of which of the following disorder?

(a) Cholelithiasis

(b) Hepatitis

(c) Irritable bowel syndrome

(d) Diabetes mellitus

16. Assessment of the diabetic client for common complications should always include examination of

(a) Abdomen (b) Lymph nodes

(c)   Pharynx (d) Eyes

17. The nurse should recognize that fluid shift in a client with burn injury results from an increase in the

(a) Permeability of capillary walls

(b) Total volume of intravascular plasma

(c) Permeability of kidney tubules

(d) Total volume of circulating whole blood

18. The nurse should teach the diabetic client that which of the following is the most common symptom of hypoglycemia

(a) Nervousness

(b) Anorexia

(c) Kassmaul’s respiration

(d) Brady cardia

Asked in  ESIC Examination 2015

19. A client is admitted to the hospital with diagnosis of renal calculi. He is experiencing severe flank pain and nausea. His temperature is 100.6o F. Which of the following would be a priority action?

(a) Prevention of urinary tract infection

(b) Alleviation of pain

(c) Alleviation of nausea

(d) Maintenance of fluid and electrolyte balance

Asked in 2016 AIIMS Examination

20. Hypophysectomy means

(a) Removal of parathyroids

(b) Removal of ovaries

(c) Removal of pituitary gland

(d) Removal of adrenal gland

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