AIIMS Delhi Staff Nurse Question Paper 2016 and Answer Key

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AIIMS Delhi Staff Nurse Question Paper 2016

Q.1) APGAR score 9 means the newborn is

(A) Normal

(B) Distressed

(C) Cyanotic

(D) Hypoxic

Correct Answer: Normal


Q.2) Dextrane is added to collected blood

(A) To prevent coagulation

(B) To prolong the RBC life

(C) To maintain normal pH

(D) To promote the growth of microorganism

Correct Answer: To prevent coagulation


Q.3) Which among the following vaccine is stored in the freezer compartment

(A) TT


(C) Measles

(D) Typhoid

Correct Answer: Measles


Q.4) Urinary tract infection associated with indwelling urinary catheter is called as

(A) latrogenic infection

(B) Nosocomial infection

(C) Opportunistic infection

(D) Super infection

Correct Answer: latrogenic infection


Q.5) An antenatal mother with twin pregnancy for this time and already have one child This mother is

(A) G2P1

(B) G3P1

(C) G3P2

(D) G1P1

Correct Answer: G2P1


Q.6) During tonic clonic seizure priority nursing intervention is

(A) Prevent injury

(B) Restrain the patient

(C) Maintain patent airway

(D) Administer oxygen

Correct Answer: Maintain patent airway


Q.7) During eclampsic attack priority nursing intervention is

(A) Administer MgSO4 intravenously

(B) Maintain patent airway

(C) Administer oxygen

(D) Restrain the patient

Correct Answer: Maintain patent airway


Q.8) Decannulation means

(A) Removal of tracheostomy tube

(B) Removal of I/V cannula

(C) Removal of NG tube

(D) Removal of ET tube

Correct Answer: Removal of tracheostomy tube


Q.9)  Rice water stool is the characteristic of

(A) Cholera

(B) Malaria

(C) Chicken guniya

(D) Yellow fever

Correct Answer: Cholera


Q.10) Purulent discharge color is

(A) Yellow

(B) Pinkish white

(C) Red

(D) Watery

Correct Answer: Yellow


Q.11) Enzyme immediately raised following MI is

(A) Troponin

(B) Myoglobin


(D) Haemoglobin

Correct Answer: Myoglobin


Q.12) All the following are the methods to collect objective data, EXCEPT

(A) Interview

(B) Questionnaire

(C) Records

(D) Likert scale

Correct Answer: Interview


Q.13) What is the appropriate action if the subject want to withdraw from the research study?

(A) Subject can withdraw at any point of time

(B) If researcher permits then subject can withdraw

(C) If ethical committee permits then subject can withdraw

(D) Need to get permission from administrative authorities

Correct Answer: Subject can withdraw at any point of time


Q.14) A patient diagnosed with HIV refuses to disclose HIV status to his wife. Which among the following is the appropriate action for doctor?

(A) Keep the information as confidential

(B) Inform his wife secretly without his knowledge

(C) Inform his parents and instruct them don’t disclose it to his wife

(D) Counsel him and make him willing to disclose the information to wife

Correct Answer: Counsel him and make him willing to disclose the information to wife


Q.15) Gout is a condition occur because of the accumulation of

(A) Ammonia

(B) Creatinine

(C) Uric acid

(D) Bilirubin

Correct Answer: Uric acid


Q.16) Most preferred site of I/M injection in children is

(A) Gluteal muscle

(B) Deltoid

(C) Lateral aspect of mid-thigh

(D) Venterogluteal

Correct Answer: Lateral aspect of mid-thigh


Q.17) Among the following options identify the option which is indicating the toxicity of digoxin

(A) Visual disturbances

(B) Cramping

(C) Constipation

(D) Tinnitus

Correct Answer: Visual disturbances


Q.18) Patient felt chills and fever following blood transfusion. After stopping the transfusion what is the next nursing action?

(A) Administer NaCl

(B) Send tip of catheter for C/S

(C) Remove the cannula and apply pressure

(D) Administer antipyretics

Correct Answer: Administer NaCl


Q.19) Cervical dilation 2 cm and less than 2 contraction in 10 min in a pregnant mother. This mother belong to which among the following phase?

(A) Early phase of active labour

(B) Late phase of active labour

(C) Not in active phase

(D) Emergency phase

Correct Answer: Not in active phase


Q.20) Amniotomy is done because it

(A) Enhances effacement

(B) Decrease maternal BP

(C) To treat polyhydroamniosis

(D) To prolong the labour

Correct Answer: Enhances effacement


Q.21) Humanpappiloma virus is responsible for

(A) Cervical cancer

(B) Ovarian cancer

(C) Breast cancer

(D) Uterine cancer

Correct Answer: Cervical cancer


Q.22) Infected bandage is discarded in

(A) Yellow bag

(B) Black bag

(C) Blue bag

(D) Red bag

Correct Answer: Yellow bag


Q.23) Drug of choice to treat alcohol withdrawal symptom is

(A) Chlordiazepoxide

(B) Disulfuram

(C) Naloxone

(D) Naltrexone

Correct Answer: Chlordiazepoxide


Q.24) Alcohol is using in clinical setting for skin disinfection. This alcohol is made by mixing

(A) Isopropyl

(B) Methyl

(C) Ethyl

(D) Ethanol

Correct Answer: Isopropyl


Q.25) Concentrated NaOH spilled in your hand while you were in laboratory

(A) Your next action will be

(B) Washing part with acetic acid

(C) Washing part with water

(D) Apply bandage over the part

Correct Answer: Washing part with water


Q.26)  All the following drugs are indicated in anaphylaxis reaction. EXCEPT

(A) Salicylate

(B) Adrenaline

(C) Corticosteroids

(D) Antidote

Correct Answer: Salicylate


Q.27) Epinephrine is not given in

(A) Asthma

(B) Cardiac attack


(D) Hypersensitivity

Correct Answer: Hypersensitivity



Q.28) Early sign of post-operative shock can be assessed through

(A) Pulse rate

(B) Temperature

(C) Capillary refill time

(D) Pupillary reaction

Correct Answer: Pulse rate


Q.29) Following tonsillectomy nurse need to suspect haemorrhage

(A) Patient swallow frequently

(B) Haemoptysis

(C) Hematemesis

(D) Cool and calmy skin

Correct Answer: Patient swallow frequently


Q.30) Z track method is used while giving I/M injection because to

(A) Seal medication

(B) To reduce pain

(C) Easy administration

(D) Fast action

Correct Answer: Seal medication


Q.31) Drug of choice to treat malignant hypertension?

(A) Sodium nitroprusside

(B) Atenolol

(C) Amlodipine

(D) Nitro-glycerine

Correct Answer: Sodium nitroprusside


Q.32)  Normal response to plantar reflex in adult is

(A) Extention

(B) Flexion

(C) Babinski response

(D) All of the above

Correct Answer: Flexion


Q.33) Cleaning of eyes has to be done from

(A) Outer to inner canthus

(B) Inner to outer canthus

(C) Upper to lower

(D) Lower to upper

Correct Answer: Inner to outer canthus


Q.34) Dry cornea occurs because of the deficiency of

(A) Vitamin B12

(B) Vitamin A

(C) Vitamin B1

(D) Vitamin C

Correct Answer: Vitamin A


Q.35) Normal range of population covered by PHC in plain are

(A) 15,000

(B) 30,000

(C) 40,000

(D) 50,000

Correct Answer: 30,000


Q.36) Full form of ASHA is

(A) Accredited Social Health Activist

(B) Accredited Social Health Assistant

(C) Assistant Social Health Activist

(D) Accredited Senior Health Assistant

Correct Answer: Accredited Social Health Activist


Q.37) ASHA is not posted in

(A) Village level

(B) Sub-centre

(C) Multispecialty hospital


Correct Answer: Multispecialty hospital


Q.38) Electrolyte need to be replaced in diabetic ketoacidosis is

(A) Calcium

(B) Magnisium

(C) Sodium

(D) Potassium

Correct Answer: Sodium


Q.39) Which among the following electrolyte is lethal in impaired renal function

(A) Sodium

(B) Potassium

(C) Calcium

(D) Magnesium

Correct Answer: Potassium


Q.40) Patient complains that someone is making conspiracy about me. Which type of delusion is it?

(A) Delusion of infidelity

(B) Delusion of nihilism

(C) Delusion of persecution

(D) Delusion of grandiosity

Correct Answer: Delusion of persecution


Q.41) Among the following which component is not present in human milk?

(A) Calcium

(B) Vitamin D

(C) IgA

(D) Folate

Correct Answer: Vitamin D


Q.42) Among the following types of hepatitis which is spread via feco-oral route?

(A) Hepatitis A

(B) Hepatitis B

(C) Hepatitis C

(D) All of the above

Correct Answer: Hepatitis A


Q.43) Most common sign of osteoarthritis is

(A) Joint stiffness

(B) Weakness improved in the evening

(C) Pain

(D) Swelling

Correct Answer: Joint stiffness


Q.44) Early symptom of myasthenia gravis is

(A) Ptosis

(B) Respiratory difficulty

(C) Weakness improving in the evening

(D) Tremors

Correct Answer: Ptosis


Q.45) Early symptom of hypoglycaemia is.

(A) Diaphoresis

(B) Syncope

(C) Vomiting

(D) Headache

Correct Answer: Diaphoresis


Q.46) Most frequent complication of peritoneal dialysis

(A) Loose catheter

(B) Hernia

(C) Peritonitis

(D) Hyperglycemia

Correct Answer: Peritonitis


Q.47) Sign indicating VP shunt dysfunction is

(A) Tensed fontanalle

(B) Crying

(C) Feeding difficulty

(D) All the above

Correct Answer: All the above


Q.48) Following head injury which among the following is the alarming symptom?

(A) Discharge from ear

(B) Tachypnea

(C) Tachycardia

(D) Reacting pupils

Correct Answer: Discharge from ear


Q.49) GBS is characterized by

(A) Ascending weakness

(B) Tremors

(C) Tingling

(D) Ptosis

Correct Answer: Ascending weakness


Q.50) While caring for a terminally ill cancer patient the priority nursing intervention is

(A) Reduce pain

(B) Maintain a patent airway

(C) Support the family members

(D) Administer medications

Correct Answer: Reduce pain


Q.51) Which among the following is the wrong match regards scoring of Glasgow Coma Scale

(A) Eye opening – 6 points

(B) Verbal response – 3 points

(C) Motor repsonse – 2 points

(D) Verbal response – 4 points

Correct Answer: Eye opening – 6 points


Q.52) All the following mile stones are present in a five months old child, EXCEPT

(A) Social smile

(B) Cooing

(C) Sitting up straight

(D) Head support

Correct Answer: Sitting up straight


Q.53) Which of the following is a sign of severe dehydration in infant?

(A) Sunken fontanels

(B) Warm skin

(C) Moist tongue

(D) Decreased tears

Correct Answer: Sunken fontanels


Q.54) Lasix act on

(A) Loop of henle

(B) Proximal convoluted tubules

(C) Distal convoluted tubules

(D) Collecting duct

Correct Answer: Loop of henle


Q.55) Patient want to get LAMA what is the most appropriate action by the nurse?

(A) Don’t allow the patient to go

(B) Restraint the patient until doctor comes

(C) Sign all the necessary document and provide LAMA

(D) Inform the physician


Correct Answer: Inform the physician


Q.56) Which among the following position is used to assess the inguinal hernia?

(A) Sit down and bear down

(B) Weight lift

(C) Lithotomy

(D) Standing

Correct Answer: Sit down and bear down


Q.57) Bitot spots and xerophthalmia is due to the deficiency of

(A) Vit A

(B) Vit D

(C) Vlit E

(D) Vit K

Correct Answer: Vit A


Q.58) Position used in sigmoidoscopy is

(A) Knee chest position

(B) Supine

(C) Lithotomy

(D) Fowlers

Correct Answer: Knee chest position


Q.59) In BSE position used is

(A) One hand under the head

(B) One hand close to the mid line of the body

(C) Sitting position with arm on the lap

(D) Supine with arm on the chest

Correct Answer: One hand under the head


Q.60) Immunoglobulin responsible for allergic reaction is

(A) IgE

(B) IgA

(C) IgM

(D) IgG

Correct Answer: IgE


Q.61) Bow leg and wide wrist are the characteristic of

(A) Rickets

(B) Osteomalacia

(C) Polio


Correct Answer: Rickets


Q.62) T cell mature in

(A) Thymus

(B) Tonsil

(C) Thyroid

(D) Tympanic membrane

Correct Answer: Thymus


Q.63) One nurse is responsible for complete care of the patient. It is known as

(A) Primary nurse

(B) Functional nurse

(C) Duty nurse

(D) In charge nurse

Correct Answer: Primary nurse


Q.64) Which among the following solution is hypotonic

(A) 0.45% NS

(B) 0.95 NS

(C) 3% NS

(D) 5%D

Correct Answer: 0.45% NS


Q.65) In TURP solution used for irrigation is

(A) Glycerol

(B) NS

(C) Sterile water

(D) RL

Correct Answer: Glycerol


Q.66) Among the following which is the largest burn?

(A) Anterior upper chest

(B) Face and neck

(C) Right leg

(D) Left arm

Correct Answer: Right leg


Q.67) All are STD except

(A) Gonorrhoea

(B) Hepatitis A


(D) Syphilis

Correct Answer: Hepatitis A


Q.68) Malaria is caused by

(A) Bacteria

(B) Virus

(C) Fungi

(D) Protozoa

Correct Answer: Protozoa


Q.69) Autoclaving done at a pressure of

(A) 10 psi (pound per square inch)

(B) 15 psi

(C) 20 psi

(D) 25 psi

Correct Answer: 15 psi


Q.70) Accumulation of bile salt cause

(A) Pruritis

(B) Constipation

(C) Gout

(D) All of the above

Correct Answer: Pruritis


Q.71) Normal prothrombin time?

(A) 8 to 10 seconds

(B) 11 to 13.5 seconds

(C) 12.5 to 15 seconds

(D) 15 to 30 seconds

Correct Answer: 11 to 13.5 seconds


Q.72) Betibacahvobetipadao program started in which state of India?

(A) Haryana

(B) Bihar

(C) Uttar Pradesh

(D) Rajasthan

Correct Answer: Haryana


Q.73) A restrained patient said to the nurse that his behaviour is under control and now you can remove the restraints. What is the most appropriate nursing action?

(A) Remove patient’s restraint

(B) Remove restraints from one hand

(C) Wait for doctors to come

(D) Don’t do anything

Correct Answer: Wait for doctors to come


Q.74) Triage means

(A) To sort

(B) To arrange

(C) To communicate

(D) To allocate

Correct Answer: To sort


Q.75) Maximum infectivity of mumps is during

(A) Prodromal

(B) Incubation

(C) After appearing the swelling

(D) After disappearing the swelling

Correct Answer: Prodromal


Q.76) Maximum infectivity of chickenpox during

(A) 6 days before appearing vesicles

(B) 6 days after appearing vesicles

(C) 2 weeks after appearing vesicles

(D) 2 weeks after disappearing vesicles

Correct Answer: 6 days before appearing vesicles


Q.77) Decreased bone density is called as

(A) Osteoporosis

(B) Osteomalacia

(C) Osteoarthritis

(D) Rheumatoid arthritis

Correct Answer: Osteoporosis


Q.78) Alcohol patient blame his family members for his behaviour. This is known as

(A) Projection

(B) Regression

(C) Suppression

(D) Denial

Correct Answer: Projection


Q.79) Patient with 0+ blood wait for transfusion. But in the blood bank following blood groups are available. Which is the most appropriate one for the patient?

(A) O

(B) A+

(C) AB+

(D) Any blood group

Correct Answer: O


Q.80) Making arrangements for any item at any point in time to avoid the hindrances in patient care is called as

(A) Inventory

(B) Supervision

(C) Staffing

(D) Leadership

Correct Answer: Inventory



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