Important questions for B.Sc Nursing 1st Year Students – Microbiology

Important questions for B.Sc Nursing Students – Microbiology

01 – Microbiology

  1. Describe in detail the Importance of relevance of microbiology in Nursing.
  2. Theory of Louis Pasteur?
  3. Robert Koch?
  4. Principles of Microbiology?
  5. Difference Between gram (+ve) and gram (-ve) Bacteria?
  6. Difference between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells?
  7. Difference between Exotoxins and Endotoxins?
  8. Define culture Media?
  9. Explain gram’s staining.
  10. Characteristics and factors affecting the Bacterial growth of microbes?
  11. Define the Growth Curve.
  12. Universal Precautions?
  13. BMW (Bio-medical Waste)?
  14. HAI (Hospitals Acquired Infections)? How to control and prevention of HAI’S?
  15. Hospital infection control Programmes?
  16. Role of the Nurse in HAI’S ?
  17. Define sterilization. Types of sterilization methods?
  18. Tyndallization?
  19. A short note about – Hot Air oven?
  20. Autoclave in Details?
  21. Asepsis?
  22. Disinfection?
  23. Transmission of Infection method?
  24. UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)
  25. Standard Safety Measures?
  26. Mycobacteria? Lab Diagnosis pulmonary tuberculosis?
  27. Hydatid cyst?
  28. Dermatophytes?
  29. Difference between Bacteria and Viruses?
  30. Candidiasis, Explain in Details?
  31. Difference between DNA and RNA?
  32. Briefly opportunistic fungi?
  33. The life cycle of Entamoeba histolytica and lab diagnosis of Amebiasis?
  34. Lab Diagnosis of Typhoid in Details?
  35. Briefly about HIV? Lab Diagnosis of AIDS?
  36. Transmission of HIV? Pathogenicity of HIV?
  37. Diarrhea?
  38. Life cycle of Plasmodium falciparum?
  39. Immediate and Delayed Hypersensitivity?
  40. Difference between IgG and IgM?
  41. VDRL Test?
  42. WIDAL test?
  43. ELISA Test?
  44. Cold Chain?
  45. Define Anaphylaxis.
  46. Define Immunization? Live and killed Vaccines?
  47. Define Antigen-Antibody Reaction?
  48. Enlist the National Immunization Programme.

Important questions for B.Sc Nursing Students – Microbiology

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