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KNUST Special Questions For All Diploma Nurses and Midwives 2024

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING (SPECIAL VIP QUESTIONS)

1. When infectious disease are constantly present within given geographical area
a. Endemic
b. Epidemic
c. Pandemic
d. Sporadic

2. When an infectious agent has ability to cause disease in a host
a. Antigenic
b. Infective
c. Resistant
d. Virulent

3. When an infectious agent has the ability to produce antibodies leading to an immune state in a susceptible host
a. Antigenic
b. Infective
c. Resistant
d. Virulent

4. The ability of the agent to produce severe form of the disease
a. Antigenic
b. Infective
c. Resistant
d. Virulent

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MENTAL HEALTH NURSING(VIP QUESTIONS)

1. A mental disorder characterized by stereotype speech is___
a) Mannerism
b) Cataplexy
 c) Verbigeration
d) Negativism

2. Perception of a stimulus in the absence of an actual stimulus is known as ___
a) Illusion
b) Hallucination
c) Verbigeration
d) Delusion

3. The type of delusion most commonly seen in manic patients is___
a) Delusion of persecution
b) Delusion of grandeur
c) Delusion of guilt
d) Nihilistic delusion

4. Which type of delusional disorder commonly found in paranoid schizophrenia___
a) Delusion of persecution
b) Delusion of grandeur
c) Delusion of guilt
d) Nihilistic delusion

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MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING (VIP QUESTIONS)

1. Which of the underlisted instruments can be used for clamping blood vessels?
a. Artery forceps
b. Probes
c. Sinus forceps
d. Tissue forceps

2. Standard precautions require the use of protective eyewear when:
a. A wound is oozing blood
b. Caring for a patient with a cough
c. Invasive procedures are performed
d. There is a danger of body fluids splashing

3. The primary function of the scrub nurse is to:
a. Assist with counts and records
b. Coordinate the needs of the surgical team
c. Maintain the sterility of the operation
d. Prepare the patient for the recovery room

4. Bacteria that reside on the skin but do not cause infection serve what purpose?
a. They phagocytose pathogenic bacteria that invade the body
b. They prevent pathogens from gaining access to the body
c. They secrete sebum, which inhibits the growth of microorganisms
d. They stimulate the development of antibodies against pathogens

5. Which of the following findings is the best indication that fluid replacement for the patient in hypovolaemic shock is adequate?
a. Diastolic blood pressure greater than 90mmHg
b. Respiratory rate of 20 cycles per minute
c. Systolic blood pressure greater than 110mmHg
d. Urine output greater than 30 mls per hour

6. After a transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), the most common postoperative complication the nurse would assess for is:
a. Fluid imbalance
b. Haemorrhage
c. Pneumonia
d. Thrombophlebitis

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OBSTETRICS NURSING (VIP QUESTIONS)

1. Which of the following would the nurse identify as a presumptive sign of pregnancy?
A. Hegar sign
B. Nausea and vomiting
C. Skin pigmentation changes
D. Positive serum pregnancy test

2. Which of the following common emotional reactions to pregnancy would the nurse expect to occur during the first trimester?
A. Introversion, egocentrism, narcissism
B. Awkwardness, clumsiness, and unattractiveness
C. Anxiety, passivity, extroversion
D. Ambivalence, fear, fantasies

3. During which of the following would the focus of classes be mainly on physiologic changes, fetal development, sexuality, during pregnancy, and nutrition?
A. Prepregnant period
B. First trimester
C. Second trimester
D. Third trimester

4. Which of the following would be disadvantage of breast feeding?
A. Involution occurs more rapidly
B. The incidence of allergies increases due to maternal antibodies
C. The father may resent the infant’s demands on the mother’s body
D. There is a greater chance for error during preparation

5. Which of the following would cause a false-positive result on a pregnancy test?
A. The test was performed less than 10 days after an abortion
B. The test was performed too early or too late in the pregnancy
C. The urine sample was stored too long at room temperature
D. A spontaneous abortion or a missed abortion is impending

6. FHR can be auscultated with a fetoscope as early as which of the following?
A. 5 weeks gestation
B. 10 weeks gestation
C. 15 weeks gestation
D. 20 weeks gestation

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NEONATAL NURSING (OF THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM AND FOETUS)

1. A 4-day-old term male was brought to your facility for Postnatal care at 6weeks. His mother is G2P2, her blood type is O+, and this pregnancy was uncomplicated. He weighed 3.5kg at birth and is currently 3.3kg. He is being exclusively breastfed and yesterday had three yellow stools and several wet diapers. On exam he appears Jaundiced so laboratory investigations were requested and his total serum bilirubin read 17.5 mg/dL and his direct bilirubin was 12.1 mg/dL. What is the most likely cause of his jaundice?
a. Paucity of bile ducts in the portal triads.
b. Increased intestinal absorption of bilirubin.
c. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.

2. The internal structure of the female reproductive organs are essential for every female. The following are part of the female internal reproductive organs. EXCEPT:
a. Carunculae myrtiformes.
b. Uterus.
c. Ovaries.

3. Baby Sandra was delivered with a monosomal condition. On examination baby was seen with widely spaced nipples, undeveloped genitalia and a short webbed neck. Baby Sandra will be diagnosed with which of the following monosomal condition?
a. Edwards Syndrome.
b. Turners’ Syndrome.
c. Klinefelters’ Syndrome.

4. During the process of phototherapy, a student midwife on the ward asked, what would be the likely effect of photo therapy on the new born. The likely answer would be
a. Galactosaemia.
b. Kernicterus.
c. Hyperthermia.

5. A 58 year old Mrs. Janet Onukpa has been treated for several months for chronic candidiasis despite negative vaginal culture results. The patient has intense vulva pruritis and moderate dyspareunia. On examination, you find the presence of significant adhesions at the clitoris that were not previously documented. Your next step in the treatment of this patient would be medications
a. Anti bacterial.
b. Anti fungal.
c. Anti viral.

6. The tough fibrous covering of the ovary is known as?
a. Medulla.
b. Germinal epithelium.
c. Tunica Albuginea.

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