Online Nursing Test For AIIMS Rishikesh Exam 2018 || Check Your Ability

Online Nursing Test For AIIMS Rishikesh Exam 2018

Here we have made an online exam for nurse grade 2. In this exam you will get 20 questions and they will have four options. From them you have to choose the right option and in the end you will get results according to your correct answers with correct explanation.

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Question #1: The only neurons in retina showing action potentials are –

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - D All cells ic retina except ganglion cell produce local graded potentials. Ganglion cells typically produce all or none action potential.

Question #2: Oligohydramnios is associated with all of the following except-

This is the wrong answer - the wright answer is - C Causes of Oligohydramnios - Renal agenesis - IUGR - Amniotic nodosum - Post maturity - Chronic use of NSAIDS - Ocstruction of urinary tract - Use of ACE inhibitors

Question #3: All are adulterants of HEROIN, Except :

This is the wrong answer - the wright answer is - C Charcoal is black and could not be an adulterant of Heroine which is a white powder. All others are are in eact used as adulterants of heroine - Chalk powder, Quinine and Fructose.

Question #4: Blue line in the gum margin is seen in :

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - D Most Commonly, Blue coloured line at gum margine is seen in lead Poisoning. Blue line is also seen in - Hg, Cu, Bi, Fe, Ag, Poisoning.

Question #5: Cytoglandular hyperplasia is associated with

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - B Estrogen secreting tumours of ovary are Granulosa cell and Theca cell tumours.

Question #6: A 50 year old man is commenced on the following drugs for hypertension. which of the following combinations should be used in caution :

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - B Calcium channel blockers (Diltiazem and Verapamil) shoud be used with caution with atenolol to avoid bradycardia. Amlodipine is a better drug for hypertension whih less rate limitating action if necessary to use with beta blocker.

Question #7: Which of the following symptoms is a feature of lithium toxicity-

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - D Common symptoms of lithium toxicity are nausea and vomiting, diarhea, disorientation, tremors and ataxia. It can occur at the levels greater than 1.1 mmol/L.d

Question #8: Following amino acids, which one is released from skeletal muscle in amounts that exceed its relative abundance in muscle protein ?

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - B The amount of alanine released from skeletal muscle is greater hen the amount that can be accounted for in muscle protein. The catabolism of many amino acids in muscle involves the transamination of a amino groups from amino acids to pyruvate, producing alanine thus, the carbon skeleton of much of the alanine released from muscle is derived from glucose via the glycolytic pathway.

Question #9: Which of the following enzymes is most important in protecting RBC from the hydrogen peroxide generated in vivo?

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - D A number of enzymes participate in the protection of red blood cells from insult by hydrogen peroxide. Glutathione peroxidase catalyzes the reduction of hydrogen peroxide to water. The reduced nicotinamide-adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH) used by glutathione reductase to regenerate reduced glutathione is produced in the 6-Phospho-gluconate dehydrogenase reaction, catalase results in the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water and molecular oxygen. Transketolase is a part of the nonoxidative phase of the hexose monophosphate shunt and has no known role in protecting red blood cells from oxygen insult. Pyruvate dehydrogenase is involved in the conversion of pyruvate to acetyl coenzyme A(CoA). Nitric oxide synthase is involved in the production of nitricoxide and citrullme from arginine. Finally, cyclo-oxygenase converts arachidonic acid into prostaglandin Hz, the precursor for prostacyclin, prostaglandins, and thromboxanes.

Question #10: In menopausal women the endometrial thickness should not exceed.

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - B In menopausal women endometrial thickness should not exceed 4mm. Endometrial thickness of 8 to 12 mm is considered normal in the premenstrual phase

Question #11: How much proportion of non-melanoma skin cancers develops in exposed body area?

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - A Approximately 80% of non-melanoma, skin cancer develop on exposed body area, including the face, the neck and the hands. UV-B is a complete carcinogen. Blacks are at lowest risk for all forms of skin cancer.

Question #12: Extrusion of first polar body occurs at

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - B 1 Extrusion of first polar body occurs prior to ovulation (may be released as early as 36 hours before ovulation). 2.It is released anytime after LH surge (LH surge occurs 36 hrs. before ovulation) 3.Release of first polar body signifies the release of a potential cell-the secondary oocyte, which now can be fertilized by the sperm {the release time is important for In-Vitro- Fertilization (1VF) Techniques}

Question #13: An elderly nursing home patient has had a H/O several falls, but has never lost consciousness and has remained stable. She then develops increasing mental confusion associated with a mild right hemiparesis over several weeks. A CT scan demonstrates left hemispheric compression. These findings are most consistent with :

This is the wrong answer - the wright answer is - C Fall in the elderly lead to subdural hematomas. such a hematoma may form insidiously with worsening neurologic status.

Question #14: Sunita 47 -year-old-female palpates a lump on the right side of her neck. Her physician determines that the lump is a 1.5 cm lymph node. No other masses are palpable. The node is biopsied, and histologically metastatic tumor is seen composed of solid nests of cells with optically clear nuclei and psammoma bodies. Which of the following neoplasms is most likely to be present:

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - A Some papillary carcinomas of the thyroid initially present as cervical nodal metastases, and the thyroid may ot be enlarged. The histologic finding of optically clear nuclei is characteristic for papillary carcinoma.

Question #15: Sonia 44 year old female notes a ring-like rash on her left lower leg that subsides over several weeks. A few months later, she has migratory arthralgias and myalgias, along with chest pain and an irregular heart rate. These problems vanish after several months, but then a year later she notes increasing pain with movement of her knees, hips, elbows, and shoulders. Which risk factor is most likely to have led to this series of events:

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - D The findings of erythema chronicum migrans followed by the arthritis of large joints suggests Lyme disease from infection with the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi.

Question #16: The antimicrobial agent of choice for the treatment of brain abscess caused by B. fragilis is:

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - B Clindamycin is not predictably useful for the treatment of brain abscess, since penetration into the CSF is poor. Metronidazole or chloramphenicol + ampicillin-davulanate is preferred

Question #17: If the seizures are to be effectively controlled with out excessive sedation, the most appropriate drug in myoclonic seizures is :

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - D Valproic acid is highly effective in specific myoclonic syndromes and is the drug of choice. Clonazepam is a backup drug because the high doses required causes excessive drowsiness. No other drugs listed are effective. Acetazolamide, rarely used in seizure states because tolerance develops rapidly, may be useful in women who experience seizures during menses.

Question #18: The fluoroquinolone antibiotic active against anaerobic microorganisms is:

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - A Most anerobic microorganisms are resistant to fluoroquinolone antibiotics except sparfloxacin.

Question #19: The “peak less” long acting insulin analogue is:

This is the wrong answer - the wright answer is - C Insulin glargine is a soluble 'peakless' ultralong acting insulin analogue prepared to provide reproducible, convenient background insulin replacement.

Question #20: A new drug, becaplermin is of good use in diabetics. It is attributed to which of the given uses:

This is the wrong answer - the wright answer is - C Becaplermin is a platelet derived growth factor (rh PDGF). It is a topically aplicable gel used particularly for big non-healing diabetic ulcers. The dosage required is proportional to the size of the ulcers. It is particularly help in treating lower limb ulcers refractory to common treatment

Question #21: Botulinum toxin type A is used to treat which of the following ocular condition?

This is wrong answer - the write answer is - A . Botulinum toxin type A has been used to treat strabismus, blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm and facial wrinkles. It prevents acetylcholine release at the neuromuscular junction and causes temporary paralysis of the locally injected muscles  


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