Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST) Old Staff Nurse Exam (28-11-2010) Question Paper with answers Part 3

Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology
Written Test for the post of Staff Nurse-A
Date: 28-11-2019
PART-3 


S.No
Questions
Answer
41
Dilated pupil could result from
a. Structural lesions in the pons
b. Morphine poisoning
c. Pilocarpine eye drops instillation
d. Brain death
D
42
Rest is needed in patients with coronary artery disease to
a. Correct arrhythmias
b. Reduce oxygen requirements of the body
c. Reduce the size of heart
d. Reduce the tendency for insomnia
B
43
Myasthenia Gravis is a disease of
a. Neuromuscular junction
b. Anterior horn cells
c. Skeletal muscles
d. Spinal cord
A
44
Parkinson’s disease is characterized by the following except
a. Uniform spasticity
b. Postural instability
c. Tremors
d. Bradykinesia
A
45
One of the following drugs cannot be used in hypertension management
a. Nifedipine
b. Dopamine
c. Propranolol
d. Reserpine
B
46
The typical ECG pattern (in the appropriate leads) of Acute Myocardial Infarction
a. ST Depression and T wave inversion
b. ST Segment Elevation
c. Deep T wave inversion
d. Right Bundle Branch Block Pattern
B
47
One of the following drug is used to lower blood cholesterol
a. Diltiazem
b. Propranolol
c. Frusemide
d. Atorvastatin
D
48
One of the following is an antiplatelet drug
a. Digoxin
b. Streptokinase
c. Aspirin
d. Dobutamine
C
49
The drug that is used to treat cyanotic spell in a child is
a. Morphine
b. Pethidine
c. Diazepam
d. Haloperidal
a
50
The supportive cells of the nervous system are
a. T Cells
b. Stem Cells
c. Glial cells
d. Astrocytes
C
51
A 35 year old smoker with gangrene toe most probably suffers from
a. Thrombo-angitis obliterans
b. Reynaud’s disease
c. Atherosclerosis
d. Arterio-venous fistula
A
52
Nursing activities shown to potentially increase intracranial pressure include
a. Raising the head of bed to 30 degree
b. Applying therapeutic touch
c. Endo-tracheal suctioning
d. Speaking softly
C
53
The Treatment of mitral stenosis is
a. Balloon Valvotomy
b. PTCA
c. By-pass Surgery
d. Angiogram
A
54
One of the following is a new test used in acute chest pain
a. SGOT estimation
b.Troponin T or I estimation
c. Blood Cholesterol estimation
d. LDH estimation
B
55
The nurse should expect a patient who as chronic renal failure to be given erythropoietin (Epogen) to
a. Elevate the WBC count
b. Enhance the maturation of thrombocytes
c. Increase the production of platelets
d. Stimulate the synthesis of red blood cells
D
56
When teaching the care givers of a patient who has dementia of the Alzheimer type, a nurse should stress the importance of
a. Increased stimuli
b. A predictable environment
c. Restricted activities
d. Independent decision making
B
57
Which of the following blood values on the laboratory report should a nurse expect when assessing a patient who has emphysema
a. PCO2 52mmhg
b. pH 7.48
c. PO2 94 mmhg
d. HCO3 21mEq/L
A
58
Which of the following conditions would a nurse recognize as contributing to the development of respiratory acidosis?
a. COPD
b. Hyperventillation
c. Diarrhea
d. Achalasia
A
59
Which of the following outcomes observed by the nurse during the drain cycle of peritoneal dialysis should be reported immediately to the physician?
a. Clear yellow output
b. Cloudy output
c. Patient complaint of slight cramping
d. A drain output of 50cc less than instilled
b
60
Which of the following foods should be removed from the dietary  tray of a patient who has hepatic encephalopathy?
a. Idli
b. Drumstick leaves
c. Fresh fruit
d. Eggs
D

 


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