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Railway Model Question Papers for Staff Nurse Exam

Railway Model Question Papers for  Staff Nurse Exam

1. Fallopian Tube is lined by
1. Columnar Epithelium
2. Stratified Epithelium
3. Ciliated Epithelium
4. Germinal Epithelium

2. It appears that a patient is about to throw a flower pot acress the room. A nurse calls Mr. Smith, put the flower pot down. She could call What are you doing, tell me immediately? For which of the following reasons is the first remark most valuable in this situation?
1. she says Mr. Smiths name so that he knows she is speaking to him
2. she is clear and concise about what she wants him to do
3. she is clear, concise and states his name
4. a command is always responded to more quickly than a question

3. For proper emotional development which of the following be avoided
1. unhealthy criticism
2. unfavourable comparison
3. overdomination on childs personality
4. all of the above

4. Surgery done to remove lesons that are likely to develop into cancer is known as
1. diagnostic
2. palliative
3. prophylactic
4. reconstructive

5. Which of the following is most likely to occur if a person is very angry?
1. a drop in temperature and pulse
2. a drop in pulse and blood pressure
3. a rise in pulse and blood pressure
4. none of the above

6. The most common symptom of pulmonary embolism is :
1. fever
2. chest pain
3. hemoptysis
4. dyspnea

7. The brunt of illness in Schizophrenia, is on
1. cognition
2. affect
3. conation
4. consciousness

8. Which of the following is the best answer to the questions are emotions innate or learn?
1. learning is important in modifying emotions but some forms appear to be innate
2. emotions are entirely innate and develop through maturation
3. emotions are entirely gained by experience
4. emotions are not learnt but are probably innate, their expression is learnt by experience experience.

9. Choose the culture that does not consider eye contact impolite when speaking with another.
1. Americans
2. Indo - Chinese
3. Asians
4. Native Americans

10. A patient has certain rights concerning data collection, such as the right to know:
1. that selected information will be held confidential
2. why information is sought
3. how information will be used
4. all of the above

11. Tetrahydrocannabinol is a psychomimetic compound, found in
1. Pethidine
2. Marihuana
3. LSD
4. Heroin

12. Which of the following is the best definition of psychology?
1. the study and understanding of normal mental functions and behavior
2. the study and understanding of abnormal mental functions and behavior
3. mental processes and physiological studies
4. the science of the physiological studies of the central nervous system

13.What is true about neurotic depression?
1. Best treatment is ECT
2. Usually is bipolar
3. There is no insight
4. Usually associated with anxiety

14. The shift in health care delivery from acute care to community based care is primarily the result of :
1. tighter insurance regulations
2. alternate health care delivery systems
3. changes in federal legislation
4. the interfacing of all three conditions

15. Acquired a plastic anemia usually manifests with all except?
1. Purpura
2. Oral ulcers
3. Hepatosplenomegaly
4. Fatigue

16. All of the following are features of attention deficit disorder, except
1. Hyper activity
2. Poor attention span
3. Impulsivity
4. Highself-esteem

17.All of the following drugs have anti*depressant effect, except:
1. Trifluoperazine
2. Levomepromazine
3. MAO inhibitors
4. Amitriptyline

18. The most worrisome adverse effect of epidural opiosds is
1. asytole
2. bradypnea
3. hypertension
4. tachycardia

19.Areas where two or more sutures meet are
1. sutures
2. fontanelles
3. vaul
4. segregated

20. An institution is an organised system of social relationships which embodies certain common values and procedures and meets certain basic needs of the society. This definition of institution has been given by
1. H. P. Fairchild
2. P. B. Harton
3. O. L. Sille
4. None of the above

21. An analysis of Suzannes diet shows that it does not contain adequate protein. Her daily protein intake, for a body weight of 13416, should be about
1. 50 g.
2. 60 g.
3. 40 g.
4. 30 g.

22. The lower border of the symphysis pubis, the lower border of the sacrum ischial spines and sacro spines ligament are the landmarks of
1. brim
2. cavity
3. outlet
4. inlet

23. In marasmus there is
1. Protein malnutrition
2. Caloriemalnutrition
3. Both (A) and (B)
4. None of these

24. Regression can be most accurately described as :
1. banishment of unacceptable wishes or ideas from conscious awareness
2. turning of interests inwards to total pre * occupation with self
3. unconscious efforts to erase a previous painful experience
4. resumptin of behavior typical of an earlier level of development

25. How levels of vitamin E in premature baby is associated with
1. Haemolytic anaemia
2. Intraventricular haemorrhage
3. Hyperbnirubinemia
4. All of the above

26. Abreaction is
1. Release of emotion, when buried material is brought to surface X is described
2. Reaction to sudden life stress, as a survival instinct
3. Same as free association
4. Also called catharsis

27. Anticoagulation with heparin attempts to maintain the partial thromboplastin time (PTT) at……times normal
1. 1.5 to 2.0
2. 1.0 to 1.3
3. 2.0 to 2.5
4. 2.0 to 3.0

28. Which of the following is the best way of handling a conversation in which the client suddenly becomes silent having been talking happily for five minutes?
1. terminate the conversation
2. sit quitely focusing attention on the client
3. explain that if she does not talk it is difficult to help her
4. ask her why she is not talking

29. Fetal circulation functions fully by
1. 12th week
2. 28th week
3. 8th week
4. 6th week

30. Which of the following is not an essential feature of family?
1. a permanent association
2. oldest association
3. vocational association
4. cultural association

31. Iron is better absorbed in
1. Ferrous form
2. Ferric form
3. No change
4. None of these

32. Which of the following statements about nationality is not correct?
1. nationality is a spiritual sentiment
2. nationality is a population held together by certainties as for example, language and literature, ideas, customs and traditions
3. nationality is a form of corporate sentiment of peculiar intensity, instimacy and diginity related to a definite home country
4. nationality is a body of persons ruled by a definite government

33.Differential diagnosis of bed-wetting in childhood includes all, except:
1. Obstructive uropathy
2. Epilepsy
3. Diabetes mellitus
4. Infantile Austism

34. While distinguishing class from ,caste one of the sociologists has said, When a class is some what strictly hereditary we may call it a caste. He is
1. Ogburn
2. Nimkof
3. Cooley
4. Macluer

35. To supplement a diet with foods high in potassium, the nurse should recommend the addition of
1. milk and yogurt
2. nuts and legumes
3. green leafy vegetables
4. fruits such as bananas and apricots

36. During assessment the nurse notes symptoms positively correlated with ARDS that include:
1. contraction of the, accessory muscles of respiration.
2. dysrhythmias and hypotension
3. tachypnea and tachycardia
4. all of the above

37. Which is a nacissistic defense mechanism?
1. Denial
2. Sublimation
3. Altrusim
4. Regression

38. Which of the following metabolite can help in selection of correct antidepressant medication?
1. Dopamine
2. VMA
3. 5-HT

39. Copper containing enzymes include all except.
1. Ferroxidase
2. Superoxide dismutase
3. Cytochrome oxidase
4. Carbonic an hydrase


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