UPPSC Nurses Recruitment Exam Questions with Answer Part 2

The Second Part of UPPSC Nurses Recruitment Exam Model Questions published below on request of Many Nurses who are appearing for upcoming UPPSC Nurses Recruitment Exam.Part 1 Nursing Questions published on 2/08/2023

No. of Questions in Part 2- 10

8. A nurse is conducting health screening for osteoporosis, which of the following clients is at greatest risk of developing this disorder?

(a) A 25 year old who jogs

(b) A 30 year old man who has asthma

(c) A 70 year old man who consumes excess alcohol

(d) A sedentary 65 year old woman who smokes cigarettes

9. A client is admitted in the hospital with the diagnosis of Guillen-Barre-Syndrome. The nurse enquires during the admission, if the client has history of

(a) Seizures or trauma to the brain

(b) Meningitis during last 5 years

(c) Back injury or trauma in spinal cord

(d) Respiratory or gastrointestinal infection during in the previous month

10. The nurse is teaching the client with myasthenia gravis about the prevention of mysthenic and cholinergic cries. The nurse tells the client that this is most effectively done by

(a) Eating large well balanced meals

(b) Doing muscle strengthening exercise

(c) Doing all chores early in the day while less fatigued

(d) Taking medications on time to maintain therapeutic blood levels

11. The client arrives at the emergency department with complaints of low abdominal pain and heameturia. The client is a febrile. The nurse assesses the client to determine a history of

(a) Pyelonephritis

(b) Glomerulonephritis

(c) Trauma to the bladder or abdomen

(d) Renal cancer in the client’s family

12. A nurse is evaluating the client’s response to cardio version. Which of the following observations would be of the highest priority?

(a) Blood pressure

(b) Status of airways

(c) Oxygen flow rate

(d) Level of consciousness

13. A client with angina, complains that, the angina pain is prolonged, severe and occur at the same time each day most often at rest in the absence of precipitating factors. How would the nurse best describe this type of original pain?

(a) Stable angina     (b)   Variant angina

(c)   Unstable angina   (d)   Non-angina pain

UPPSC Nurses Recruitment Exam Questions with Answer Part 2

14. A client is to receive 2000 ml of i/v fluid in 12 hours. The drop factors are 10 gtt/ml. At how many drops per minute should the flow rate to be set?

(a) 22 drops/min       (b)   24 drops/min

(c)   26 drops/min       (d)   28 drops/min

15. An oxygen delivery system is prescribed for a client with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to deliver a precise oxygen concentration. Which oxygen delivery system would the nurse anticipate to be prescribed?

(a) Face tent

(b) Venture mask

(c) Aerosol mask

(d) Tracheotomy collar

16. A client who is human immune deficiency virus positive, has had mantoux skin test. The nurse notes a 7 mm area of indurations at the site of the skin test. The nurse interprets the results as

(a) Positive

(b) Negative

(c) Inconclusive

(d) Indicating the need for report testing

17. A nurse evaluating the neurological signs of a client in spinal shock following spinal cord injury. Which of the following observations by the nurse indicates that the spinal shock persists?

(a) Hyperflexia

(b) Positive reflexes

(c) Reflex emptying of the bladder

(d) Flaccid paralysis

Answer for Question No. 8 Option D

Answer for Question No. 9 Option D

Answer for Question No.10 Option D

Answer for Question No. 11 Option C

Answer for Question No. 12 Option D

Answer for Question No. 13 Option B

Answer for Question No. 14 Option D

Answer for Question No. 15 Option C

Answer for Question No. 16 Option A

Answer for Question No. 17 Option D

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