1 The innermost layer of the heart is (RUHS BSc Nursing Entrance Exam 2019)
2 What is a sociological definition of the word drug?
- A substance that changes behavior, mood, and consciousness.
- A dysfunction
- A chemical
3 Hypnosis therapy is least effective on people suffering from which condition?
4 Which of the following stain is used to detect Mycobacterium species?
- Gram stain
- Capsule stain
- Acid-fast stain
- Endospore stain
5 The best method of sterilization of dressing powder is
- Hot air oven
- Chemical method
6 Which of the following results of the lab test is indicative of the bacterial infection?
- RBC : 4.0million/cmm
- Hemoglobin : 13.2gm/dl
- Platelets : 350,000/cmm
- WBC : 15,000/ cmm
7 If after surgery the patient’s abdomen becomes distended and no bowel sounds appreciated, what would be the most suspected complication?
- Paralytic Ileus
- Ruptured colon
8 A registered nurse witnessed an old woman hit by a motorcycle while crossing a train railway. The old woman fell at the railway. She was rushed to the scene. As a registered nurse, the first thing that needs to be done is
- Stay with the person, encourage her to remain still and immobilize the leg while waiting for the ambulance
- Leave the person for a few moments to call for help
- Reduce the fracture manually
- Move the person to a safer place
9 The Good source of vitamin D includes all, Except.
- salmon, tuna sardines and mackerel
- fortified milk and other dairy products
10 A 48-year-old woman presents with intermenstrual bleeding for two months and episodes of bleeding occurring at any time in the cycle. There is no associated pain. The differential diagnosis for intermenstrual bleeding does not include
- endocervical polyp
- ovarian teratoma
- cervical malignancy
- endometrial polyp
11 Following are the complications of premature menopause except
- decreased cardiovascular risk
- vasomotor symptoms
12 Which nursing diagnosis should receive priority in the plan of care for a three-month-old infant who has a salmonella infection?
- Weight loss
- Fluid volume deficit
- Shouting and Crying
13 Which of the following is a non-communicable disease?
- Diabetes Mellitus
- Small Pox
14 New cases in population during a fixed period is determined by
- Prevalence Ratio
- Attack Rate
- Disability Rates
- Incidences Rates
15 Factors affecting parenting behavior does not include a parent’s own
- personal experiences and trauma
- mental health
- family experiences
- dietary habits
16 A 32-year-old woman is presented to the gynecology clinic with infrequent periods. A hormone profile is done and all of the following are consistent with polycystic ovarian syndrome except
- increased androgen levels
- normal FSH
- normal oestradiol
- decreased LH
17 Which of these drugs is responsible for “red men syndrome”?
18 A male patient’s daughter telephones an adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner to inquire about the patient’s illness. The daughter reports that her father relies upon her to explain everything to him. The nurse practitioner’s initial response is to
- ask the daughter to provide a copy of the patient’s advance directive document.
- tell the daughter that the nurse practitioner can discuss the information only with the patient.
- assure the daughter that the nurse practitioner can disclose the requested information.
- Inform the daughter that she cannot discuss her father’s case by telephone, for which she should come to the clinic.
19 Which one of these is used in bedwetting in children?
20 What is the most common site of rupture of a cerebral aneurysm with resulting subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH)?
- Anterior cerebral artery
- Middle cerebral artery
- Anterior communicating artery
- Posterior communicating artery
21 Which of these used in multidrug-resistant tuberculosis?
22 When caring for a patient who is on a mechanical ventilator, the nurse should monitor the patient for which of the following complications? RUHS BSc Nursing Entrance Exam 2019
- Pulmonary embolus
- Pleural effusion
- Flail chest
23 A patient comes to the clinic with reports of acute pain and loss of vision in the right eye. The adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner informs the patient that these symptoms require
- immediate referral to an ophthalmologist.
- assessment with a split lamp.
- examination with an otoscope.
- treatment with several ophthalmologic agents.
24 Which of the following blood group is a universal recipient?
25 Deficiency of which of the following vitamin during pregnancy may cause neural tube defects?
26 During the initial care of rape victims, the following are to be considered by a nurse. except
- maintain a non-judgmental approach.
- assure privacy
- touches the client to point out acceptance and empathy.
- accompany the client in the examination room.
27 Shick test is carried out to determine
28 Which of the following is the most common side effect of aspirin?
- Gastrointestinal bleeding
- Urinary incontinence
29 The intestinal juice secreted in the intestine containing digestive enzymes is known as RUHS BSc Nursing Entrance Exam 2019
- Juicy fluid
- Succus juice
30 All are the non-modifiable risk factors for atherosclerosis except
- high cholesterol intake
31 The first drug of choice for a patient admitted with status epilepticus is
- sodium valproate
32 Which of the following is not a saturated fatty acid?
- Oleic acid
- Palmic acid
- Lauric acid
- Stearic acid
33 A 69-year-old female patient reports dyspareunia. Physical examination reveals sparse hair, an introitus that admits two fingers, and a pale, dry vagina. The adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner’s initial management is to recommend.
- daily douching.
- topical hormonal cream.
- apply a topical antibiotic cream.
- topical antifungal cream.
34 Which of the following is antibody occurs as a pentameric structure?
35 Which of the following is not typical anti-psychotic and does not have marked extrapyramidal side effects?
36 In case of heparin overdose, which agent should be used?
37 In case of development of urticaria one-half hour after the blood transfusion has begun, the first action by the nurse should be
- to slow the rate of infusion
- administer an anti-histaminic agent
- to note vital signs
- to stop the infusion
38 When hemoglobin combines with oxygen, it is known as
- reduced hemoglobin
- oxidized hemoglobin
39 Which of the following monoclonal antibody is approved for the treatment of asthma? RUHS BSc Nursing Entrance Exam 2019
40 A 55-year-old man was admitted after a motor vehicle accident with multiple injuries. His friend said he was receiving treatment from a psychiatrist for an unknown diagnosis. He stated that the patient sometimes suddenly becomes “hyper” for no reason, and becomes violent and sometimes is depressed. Of the subsequent, which general psychiatric disorder is characterized by a pattern of aggression or violence that has irritability, agitation, and violent behavior during manic or psychotic episodes?
- Bipolar disorder
- Delusional disorder
41 Which of the following is not filtered out during glomerular filtration?
42 For a 6 month pregnant lady, which of the following are contraindicated?
- Tetanus toxoid
- Folic acid
- Ferrous sulfate
43 What is the recommended site of administration of DPT in infants?
44 Spironolactone produces
45 The agent contraindicated with warfarin treatment is
46 After obtaining 3 L of fluid from a client via paracentesis, the nurse would be alert for which complication?
- Bleeding from site
- Vascular collapse
- Respiratory distress
47 Which of the following is the most prominent feature of public health nursing?
- Public health nursing focuses on preventive, not curative, services.
- Services are provided free of charge to people within the catchment area.
- The public health nurse functions as part of a team providing public health nursing services.
- It involves providing home care to sick people who are not confined in the hospital RUHS BSc Nursing Entrance Exam 2019
48 The lung function tests are determined by
49 Which of the following part of the eye contains rhodopsin pigment?
50 Which of the following agent causes discoloration of teeth if taken with milk?