Comprehensive guide for nursing competitive exam

Comprehensive guide for nursing competitive exam

     Comprehensive guide for nursing competitive exam is important to succeed to get a good job in Nursing Field. Earlier we published 29900 Nursing Question Answers at

     Here we have published Questions from Sl. No. 29901 to 29925, The answers for the below questions published in the bottom of this post 

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#29901.    A constipated patient is advised to increase intake of
(a)    Roughage    (b) Protein
(c)  Fats    (d)  Sugar

#29902.    Retention of abnormal amount of fluid in the body is due to retention of
(a)    Sodium    (b)  Chloride
(c)  Potassium    (d)  Calcium

#29903.    Which    electrolyte    imbalance    causes tetany?
(a)    Hypocalcaemia
(b)    Hyper magnesium
(c)    Hyper calcium
(d)    Hyponatremia
#29904.    A nurse was called to see a  patient with noisy breathing. She suspects laryngospasm with stridor and it occurs commonly with
(a)    Hyperkalemia
(b)    Hypercalcaemia
(c)    Hypokalemia
(d)    Hypocalcaemia
#29905.    Which electrolyte is extracellular fluid cation?
(a)    Sodium    (b) Potassium
(c)  Chloride    (d) Bicarbonate
#29906.    Increased sweating leads to:
(a)    Hyponatremia (b) Hypernatremia
(c) Hypervolemia (d) Oedema
#29907.    Which problem can develop as a result of too rapid correction of hypernatremia?
(a)    Pulmonary oedema
(b)    Cerebral oedemai
(c)    Arrhythmias
(d)    Renal failure
#29908.    Which body system most commonly is affected in patients with electrolyte imbalances?
(a)    Cardiovascular system
(b)    Neuromuscular system
(c)    Renal system
(d)    Endocrine system
#29909.    Spironolactone produces
(a)    Hypernatremia (b) Hyperkalemia
(c) Hyponatremia (d) Hypokalemia
#299010.    In following which is not a cause of hypokalemia
(a)    Vomiting
(b)    Potassium wasting diuretics
(c)    Aldosteronism
(d)    Renal failure
#29911.    Which of the following is used in the management of hyperkalemia?
(a)    Insulin with glucose
(b)    Sodium bicarbonate
(c)    Potassium chloride
(d)    Magnesium sulphate
#29912.    For mother receiving magnesium sulphate for symptoms of hypomagnesaemia an important sign for the nurse to note first is
(a)    Cool skin temperature
(b)    Rapid pulse rate
(c)    Tingling in the toes
(d)    Decreased deep tendon reflex
#29913.    The difference between the apical and radial pulse rates is called the
(a)    Pulse deficit
(b)    Pulse amplitude
(c)    Rhythm deficit
(d)    Heart amplitude
#29914.    Most important cation into extracellular fluid:
(a)    Na+    (b)  K+
(c)  Ca+    (d)  P+
#29915.    Suitable    site    to    check    pulse    into newborn
(a)    Apical    (b) Femoral
(c)  Pedal    (d) Carotid
#29916.    To assess the patient’s posterior tibial pulse a nurse would palpitate
(a)    Behind the knee
(b)    Over the medial malleolus
(c)    Below the medial malleolus
(d)    Below the lateral malleolus
#29917.    A pulse oximeter gives what type of information about the client?
(a)    Amount of carbon dioxide in the blood
(b)    Amount of oxygen in the blood
(c)    Percentage of hemoglobin carrying oxygen
(d)    Respiratory rate
#29918.    The thumb is not used for taking pulse because
(a)    The thumb is too thick
(b)    The nurse is put in an awkward position
(c)    The artery in the thumb is near the tip
(d)    There is an artery in the thumb
#29919.    Apical pulse is assessed by placing the diaphragm of the stethoscope at the area of
(a)    Aortic area (b) Pulmonic area
(c) Mitral area (d) Tricuspid area
#29920.    When the patient has less discomfort in breathing while standing is called as:
(a)    Cheyne-stoke respiration
(b)    Dyspnea
(c)    Stertorous
(d)    Orthopnea
#29921.    Tachypnea is known as
(a)    Decreased respiratory rate
(b)    Increased respiratory rate
(c)    Increased blood pressure
(d)    Increased heart rate
#29922.    Cyanosis is caused in case of
(a)    Lack of water
(b)    Lack of oxygen
(c)    Lack of glucose
(d)    Lack of blood
#29923.    During taking BP at upper arm chest piece of stethoscope will put on which artery
(a)    Axillary    (b) Brachial
(c)  Radial    (d) Ulnar
#29924.    Blood pressure reading to be reported to the nurse
(a)  120/80    (b)  150/96
(c)  117/75    (d)  118/78
#29925.    To avoid an error while measuring blood pressure, the nurse should
(a)    Use a narrow cuff
(b)    Stand close to the manometer
(c)    Elevate the client’s arm on a pillow
(d)    Read at eye level

Answers for the above questions from Sl. No. 29901 to 29925


#29901    A
#29902    A
#29903    A
#29904    D
#29905    A
#29906    B
#29907    B
#29908    B
#29909    B
#29910    D
#29911    A
#29912    D
#29913    A
#29914    B
#29915    A
#29916    C
#29917    C
#29918    D
#29919    C
#29920    D
#29921    B
#29922    B
#29923    B
#29924    B
#29925    D

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