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FUNDAMENTAL OF NURSING

1. A client’s IV fluid orders for 24 hours are 1500 ml D5W followed by 1250 ml of NSS. The IV tubing has a drop factor of 15 gtt/ml. To administer the required fluids the nurse should set the drip rate at:

A. 13 gtt/min

B. 16 gtt/min

C. 29 gtt/min

D. 32 gtt/min

 

2. The nursing staff has a team conference on AIDS and discusses the routes of transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus (HSV). The discussion reveals that an individual has no risk of exposure to HIV when that individual:

A. Has intercourse with just the spouse

B. Makes a donation of a pint of whole blood

C. Limits sexual contact to those without HIV antibodies

D. Uses a condom each time there is a sexual intercourse

 

3. The knows that a positive diagnosis for HIV infection is made based on:

A. A history of high-risk sexual behaviors

B. Positive ELISA and Western blot tests

C. Evidence of extreme weight loss and high fever

D. Identification of an associated opportunistic infection

 

Situation 5: Protection of self and patient can be done by supporting the body’s immunity.

4. Halfway through the administration of a unit of blood, a client complains of lumbar pain. The nurse should:

A. Obtain vital signs

B. Stop the transfusion

C. Assess the pain further

D. Increase the flow of normal saline

 

5. A client comes to the clinic complaining of weight loss, fatigue, and a low-grade fever. Physical examination reveals a slight enlargement of the cervical lymph nodes. To assess possible causes for the fever, it would be most appropriate for the nurse to initially ask:

A. “Have you been sexually active lately?”

B. “Do you have a sore throat at the present time?”

C. “Have you been exposed recently to anyone with an infection?”

D. “When did you first notice that your temperature had gone up?”

 

6. When taking the blood pressure of a client who has AIDS the nurse must:

A. Wear dean gloves

B. Use barrier technique

C. Wear a mask and gown

D. Wash the hands thoroughly

 

7. The nurse should plan to teach the client with pancytopenia caused by a chemotherapy to:

A. Begin a program of aggressive, strict mouth care

B. Avoid traumatic injuries and exposure to any infection

C. increase oral fluid intake to a minimum of 3000 ml daily

D. Report any unusual muscle cramps or tingling sensations in the extremities

 

8. An elderly client develops severe bone marrow depression from chemotherapy for cancer of the prostate. The nurse should:

A. Monitor for signs of alopecia

B. Increase daily intake of fluids

C. Monitor Intake and output of fluids

D. Use a soft toothbrush for oral hygiene

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OBSTETRIC NURSING

1. While the postpartum client is receiving heparin for thrombophlebitis, which of the following drugs would the nurse expect to administer if the client develops complications related to heparin therapy?
a. Methylergonovine (Methergine)
b. Nitrofurantoin (Macrodantin)
c. Protamine sulfate
d. Calcium gluconate
2. When caring for a 3-day-old neonate who is receiving phototherapy to treat jaundice, the nurse in charge would expect to do which of the following?
a. Encourage the mother to discontinue breastfeeding
b. Turn the neonate every 6 hours
c. Notify the physician if the skin becomes bronze in color
d. Check the vital signs every 2 to 4 hours
3. A primigravida in active labor is about 9 days post-term. The client desires a bilateral pudendal block anesthesia before delivery. After the nurse explains this type of anesthesia to the client, which of the following locations identified by the client as the area of relief would indicate to the nurse that the teaching was effective?
a. Abdomen
b. Fundus
c. Perineum
d. Back
4. A client at 36 weeks gestation is scheduled for a routine ultrasound prior to an amniocentesis. After teaching the client about the purpose for the ultrasound, which of the following client statements would indicate to the nurse in charge that the client needs further instruction?
a. The ultrasound identifies blood flow through the umbilical cord 
b. The ultrasound will help to locate the placenta
c. The ultrasound locates a pool of amniotic fluid
d. The test will determine where to insert the needle
5. The nurse is caring for a primigravida at about 2 months and 1-week gestation. After explaining self-care measures for common discomforts of pregnancy, the nurse determines that the client understands the instructions when she says:
a. “Leg cramps can be alleviated if I put an ice pack on the area.”
b. “If I start to leak colostrum, I should cleanse my nipples with soap and water.”
c. “If I have a vaginal discharge, I should wear nylon underwear.”
d. “Nausea and vomiting can be decreased if I eat a few crackers before arising.”
6. Forty-eight hours after delivery, the nurse in charge plans discharge teaching for the client about infant care. By this time, the nurse expects that the phase of postpartum psychological adaptation that the client would be in would be termed which of the following?
a. Taking in
b. Resolution
c. Letting go
d. Taking hold 
7. A pregnant client is diagnosed with partial placenta previa. In explaining the diagnosis, the nurse tells the client that the usual treatment for partial placenta previa is which of the following?
a. Platelet infusion
b. Labor induction with oxytocin
c. Activity limited to bed rest
d. Immediate cesarean delivery 
8. The nurse plans to instruct the postpartum client about methods to prevent breast engorgement. Which of the following measures would the nurse include in the teaching plan?
a. Wearing a supportive brassiere with nipple shields
b. Breast-feeding the neonate at frequent intervals
c. Feeding the neonate a maximum of 5 minutes per side on the first day
d. Decreasing fluid intake for the first 24 to 48 hours

 

 

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COMMUNITY/PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING

1. Mr and Mrs Quansah visited the CWC with their new born who has an obvious physical defect.
Which nursing intervention provides the most support to these parents?
a. Discourage them from talking about their baby
b. Encourage them to express their concern
c. Show them postoperative photographs of infants had similar defects
d. Tell them not to worry because the defect can be corrected

 

2. You were invited by parent teacher association (PTA) of Glory Preparatory school to give a talk
on communicable disease .During the talk you reminded them that these disease are serious and
that encephalitis can be a complication of one of the following;
a. Pertussis
b. Poliomyelitis
c. Scarlet fever
d. Varicella (chicken pox)

 

 

3. Community mobilization is a process that:
a. Changes the goals of the community
b. Focuses on communal activities
c. Motivates the community to take action
d. Moves groups to come together

 

4. Report writing is essential in community work and it must includes
a. Achievements and problems
b. Meetings scheduled with community
c. Number of people in given program
d. Statistical arrangement for inventory

 

5. A mother wants to know how to differentiate between measles(ruboala) and German measles
(rubella).What characteristics feature of rebeola will your tell her?
a. A high fever and koplik spots
b. A rash on the trunk with pruritus
c. Nausea, vomiting and abdominal cramps
d. Signs that are similar to those of a cold followed by rash

 

6. Home visiting is advantageous because it;
a. Ensures effective counseling in the home
b. Help reduce reluctance of client to health education
c. Provide incentives to families
d. Reduce risk and problems in the home

 

7. The level of immunity achieved by a whole community or population is termed?
a. Acquired immunity
b. Cross immunity
c. Herd immunity
d. Racial immunity

 

8. The immunity obtained when one causative organism provides immunity to a related organisms is:
a. Acquired immunity
b. Cross immunity
c. Herd immunity
d. Racial immunity

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PAEDIATRIC NURSING

1. Play material for children on the pediatric unit must be
I. Unbreakable
II. Smaller and removable
III. Washable
IV. Heavy

A. I and II
B. I and III
C. I, III and IV

 

2. Hookworm infestation can be prevented by
A. Daily bath
B. Drinking clean water
C. Regular hand washing
D. Wearing of foot wear

 

3. The nurse teaches a mother that she can best help her toddler learn to control his behaviour by
A. allowing the child to learn by mistakes
B. punishing the child for misbehaviour
C. rewarding good behaviour
D. setting limit and being consistent

 

4. A 6-year-old boy is to have an injection and the mother tells the nurse not to tell him about it as he fears injection. The nurse should say
A. “Alright, but I have to give him the injection anyway”
B. “If we want the boy to trust us we must tell him the truth”
C. “Why don’t we tell his father to tell him about the injection”

 

5. A patient died on the ward because the Nurse has given a wrong medications. This failure to follow instructions and to carry out orders results in charge of ……………..
A. Negligence
B. Assault
C. Malpractices

 

6. What condition would you suspect if a child presents with macula papulo rash on the trunk of her body?
A. Chicken pox
B. Heat rashes
C. Measles
D. Scabies

 

7. Aunty Akwele Agoo has reported to the clinic with the history of inability to get pregnant after a miscarriage 5 years ago. This implies Aunty Akweley has ……………………
Select one
A. Female infertility
B. Secondary infertility
C. Primary infertility

 

8. Good injection practices include one of the following;
A. Disinfecting the injection site
B. Recapping the syringe
C. Positioning the client

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PSYCHIATRIC NURSING

1. When girl child experiences sexual feelings for the father, Freud describes it as:
A. Electra complex
B. Nymphomaniac
C. Oedipus complex
D. Temper tantrums

2. Hallucination occurring on waking up is called
A. Hypnopomic
B. Hypnologic
C. Monologic
D. Extra-pyramids

3. An epileptic tells the nurse that he smells roses, yet there are no flowers in the room. This statement should alert the nurse to the possibility that the patient:
A. is experiencing an aura
B. is hallucinating
C. may be imagining he smells roses
D. wishes to have some roses

4. Which of the following will suggest to the nurse that a patient is experiencing auditory hallucinations?
A. brushing his skin continuously
B. gets up suddenly and stands at attention
C. repeats a sentence over and over again
D. sings a song as he walks down the hall

 

5. A false believe unexplained by reality shared by a number of people is :
A. Superstition
B. Illusion
C. Delusion
D. Obsession

 

6. Parrot – like repetition of another person’s speech, word or phrase:
A. Verbsgiration
B. Echolalia
C. Echopraxia
D. Clang

 

7. A group of psychological disorders in which a patient experiences physical symptoms that are inconsistent with or cannot be fully explained by any underlying general medical or neurologic condition is?
A. Psychogenic pain disorder
B. Panic disorder
C. Somatoform disorder
D. Hypochondriasis disorder

 

8. One aim of recreational therapy for psychiatric patients is to:
A. assists the patient in socialization and communication
B. gives the patient the belief that he can do everything
C. enable patient to generate money on his own.
D. mobilize forces to guide patient towards his goal in life

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MEDICAL AND SURGICAL NURSING

1. A volvulus can be explained as
A. a loop of bowels causing obstruction
B. a protrusion of an organ through the walls that contains it.
C. telescoping of a proximal loop of bowel into a distal loop causing obstruction
D. twisting of a loop of bowels causing obstruction

 

2. In managing a patient with constrictive pericarditis, the goal of the nurse is to…………..
A. control pain
B. improve heart function
C. prevent dyspnea
D. reduce edema

 

3. A client with an inguinal hernia asks the nurse why he should have surgery when he has had a hernia for years. The nurse understands that surgery is recommended to?
A. Decrease secretion of bile salts
B. Increase intestinal motility
C. Prevent strangulation of the bowel
D. Prevent malabsorptive disorders

 

4. In appendicitis, pain is felt in the right lower quadrant of the patient’s abdomen when the left lower quadrant is palpated. This is known as?
A. Brudzinskins’s sign
B. McBurney’s point
C. rebound tenderness
D. Rovsing’s sign

 

5. Which of the under listed may be manifestation of a duodenal ulcer?
A. Vomiting after meals
B. Hematemesis
C. Pain relieved by food ingestion
D. Pain half hour after meals

 

6. The nurse is assessing a patient for constipation. Which of the following is the first review that the nurse should conduct in order to identify the cause of the constipation?
A. activity levels
B. alcohol consumption
C. current medication
D. usual pattern of elimination

 

7. The nurse understands that the diagnosis of oral cancer is confirmed with?
A. Biopsy
B. Gram Stain
C. Oral culture
D. Oral washings for cytology

 

8. Which of the following lab studies should be done periodically if the client is taking warfarin sodium?
A. Blood glucose
B. Erythrocyte count
C. Stool specimen for occult blood
D. White blood cell count

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