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PGIMS ROHTAK STAFF NURSE EXAM PAPER

PGIMS ROHTAK STAFF NURSE EXAM PAPER
HELD ON 12-02-2017

01. The most abundant nutrient present in the body is 
A) Carbohydrate
B) Protein
C) Lipid
D) Water

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02. The behavior involving the care and protection of the offspring by the females of species it
A) Maternal
B) Aggression
C) Affiliation
D) Thirst motive

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03. The branch of psychology that deals with the group behaviour and inter-relationships of people is
A) Geopsychology
B) Social psychology
C) General psychology
D) Parapsychology

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04. The individual's capacity to acquire some specific knowledge, skill is
A) Attitude
B) Aptitude
C) Personality
D) Attention

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05. The following are symptoms of anxiety except
A) Palpation
B) Gastric discomfort
C) Bradycardia
D) Frequency of micturation

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06. After failure in the examination student blames his teachers and parents This behaviour is an example of
A. Rationalization
B. Compensation
C. Projection
D. Displacement

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07. Which theory was propounded by Karl Mark
A. Fascism
B. Anarchism
C. Communism
D. Socialism

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08. Polygamy is
A. Having one wife at a time
B. Having more than one wife at a time
C. Keeping second wife after divorcing the first one
D. Having two husbands at a time

09. Tissue reaction is highest with which of the following suturing materials
A. Plain catgut
B. Nylon
C. Chromic catgut
D. Vicryl

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10. Which of the following would lead the nurse to suspect that meningitis has lead to dissemenstion of coagulation
A. Haemorhagic skin rash
B. Pulmonary oedema
C. Pallor
D. Haemoptysis

11. The most common disorders seen by health care professional are
A. Cardiovascular disorders
B. Cancers
C. Skin disorders 
D. Sexuality transmitted infection

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12. The rule of nine refers to
A. The depth of burn
B. Burn percentage in adults
C. Burn percentage in children
D. Burn percentage in adults

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13. The appendix is located in
A. The left iliac fossa
B. The right iliac fossa
C. The right anticubital fossa
D. The left anticubital fossa

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14. Coining of new words is known as
A. mannerism
B. Neologism
C. hallucination
D. Delusion

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15, Korsakoff's syndrome occurs due to the intake of 
A. Cannabis
B. Opium
C. Alcohol
D. Amphetamine

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16. All of the following features characterise a hysterical fit except
A. Tongue bite is absent
B. Movements are irregular and bizarre
C. Incontinence of urine does not occur
D. It usually occurs in the absence of people and unsafe places;

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17. Cracking or ulceration of the lips and angles of the mouth is known as
A. Pyorrhoea
B. Calculus
C. Cheilosis
D. Sordes

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18. Which of the following is a commonly used antiseptic
A. Savlon
B. Cidex
C. Sodium chloride
D. Phenol

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19. Diffuculty in swallowing is
A. Dyspepsia
B. Dysphasia
C. Vomiting
D. Nutrients

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20. Wax like substance secreted by glands in the external ear canal is
A. Blong
B. Cerumen
C. Collagon
D. Lipid

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21. What is the correct formula for converting Fahrenheit into centigrade
A. C x 9/5 + 32
B. F + 32 x 5/9
C. F - 32 x 5/9
D. F - 32 x 9/5

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22. Sensitivity and reaction is tested by administering the drug
A. Intradermally
B. Intramuscularly
C. Intravenously
D. Subcutaneously

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23. A patient with a cardiac history is taking the diuretic furosemide ( Lasix ) and is seen in the emergen for muscle weakness. Which laboratory value do you asses first
A. Serum albumin
B. Serum sodium
C. Haematocrit
D. Serum potassium

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24. Stocking are used after a surgical procedure to
A. Prevent varicose veins
B. Prevent muscular atrophy
C. Ensure joint mobility and prevent contractures
D. Promote venous return to the heart

25. The size of the draw sheet is
A. 100cm long x 110cm wide
B. 150cm long x 110cm wide
C. 170cm long x 150cm wide
D. 250cm long x 190cm wide

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26. Which of the following are components of the paradigm of nursing
A. The person, health, environment and theory
B. Health, theory, concepts and environment
C. Nurses, physicians, health and patient needs
D. The person, health, environment and nursing

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27. The interpretation of the data collected about the patient represents the
A. Assessment of the patient
B. Health problems of the patient
C. Nursing interventions done for the patient
D. Proposed plan of care 

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28. After giving BCG vaccination, scar gets formed in
A. 3 days
B. 2 weeks
C. 1 month
D. 2 months

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29. What is minimum contact period for sterilization of AMBU bag with 2% glutaraldehyde

A. 6 hours
B. 12 hours
C. 24 hours.
D. 48 hours

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30. For providing kangaroo mother care, the minimum duratio of contact should be at least

A. 30 minutes
B. 1 hour
C. 2 hours
D. 6 hours

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31. After what minimum period of gestation a preterm infant can be directly put to breast for adequate breast feeding

A. 30 weeks
B. 32 weeks
C. 33 weeks
D. 34 weeks

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32. Refuse is as called as

A. Solid waste
B. Liquid waste
C. Sewage
D. Sullage

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33. The disease that is also known as hydrophobia is

A. Dengue
B. Rabies
C. Plague
D. Measles

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34. Bhore committiee was constituted in

A. 1940
B. 1943
C. 1947
D. 1920

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35. Calcium is essential for the formation of

A. Liver
B. Brain
C. Bones and teeth
D. Teeth

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36. Normal value of serum urea

A. 15 - 40 mg/dl
B. 30 - 45 mg/dl
C. 35 - 50 mg/dl
D. 40 - 60 mg/dl

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37. Petechiae is frequency observed in

A. Gastroenteritis
B. Prostatic hypertrophy
C. Otitis media
D. Bleeding disorder

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38. Deformity due to lateral curvature of the spine is known as

A. Atelectasis
B. Strabismus
C. Scoliosis
D. Kyphosis

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39. SLE is an example of

A. Communicable disease
B. Autoimmune disease
C. Hemolytic disease
D. None of the above

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40. Hodgkin's disease is a malignancy of

A. Heart
B. Lymph nodes
C. Kidney
D. Lung

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41. Otoscope is used to visualize

A. Eye
B. Ear
C. Nose
D. Thorat

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42. Other name for facial nerve palsy is

A. Bell's palsy
B. Trigeminal neuralgia
C. Dematophytosis
D. Turner syndrome

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43. Durg to be give during dirrhea is

A. Cotrimoxazole
B. Zinc
C. Nalidixic acid
D. Cefixime

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44. Which condition is associated with Down's syndrome

A. Trisomy 21
B. Trisomy 18
C. Dislocations
D. Mosaicism

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45. All of the following are the methods for prevention of post partum hemorrhage except

A. Active management of third stage of labour
B. Antenatal iron supplementation
C. Preventing multiparity
D. Delivering premature baby

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46. Antepartum hemorrhage is associated with all of the following except

A. Post partum hemorrhage
B. Anemia
C. Increased perinatal mortality
D. Post term pregnancy

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47. All of the following are risk factor for hyperemesis gravidarum in pregnancy except

A. Multiple pregnancy
B. Family history
C. Molar pregnancy
D. Multigravida woman

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48. Which of the following drugs are to be prescribed in the first trimester of pregnancy

A. Iron
B. Folic acid
C. Both of the above
D. None of the above

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49. Fibroid uterus is associated with all of the following except

A. Menorrhagia
B. Infertility
C. Multiple pregnancy
D. Dysmenorrhoea

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50. Copper T 380 is effective for how many years as contraceptive

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51. Shock can be defined as

A. Hypotension
B. Hypoeperfusion of tissue
C. Hypoxemia
D. All of the above

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52. The most commonly involved cranival nerve in diabetes is

A. III
B. II
C. V
D. VI

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53. In case of hperthyroidism, which of the following is increased

A. T3
B. T4
C. TSH
D. All of the above

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54. The most common congenital heart valve defect is

A. Bicuspid aortic valve
B. Mitral valve prolapse
C. Mital stenosis
D. Pulmonary stenosis

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55. Jaundice is usually not associated with

A. Hepatitis A
B. Hepatitis B
C. Hepatitis C
D. Hepatitis E

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56. All are complication of massive blood transfusion except

A. Hyperkalemia
B. Alkalosis
C. Hypercalcemia
D. Hypothermia

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57. Post operative pulmonary complications can be

A. Collapse of lung
B. Lung abscess
C. Bronchopneumonia
D. All of the above

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58. Most common site for carcinoid tumour is

A. Duodenum
B. Jejunum
C. Ileum
D. Appendix

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59. What is pulse deficit

A. Difference between pulse and blood pressure
B. Difference between radial pulse and apical pulse
C. Difference between radial pulse and carotid pulse
D. None of the above

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60. What is the correct temperature used in autoclave method to sterilized insturments

A. 40 degree C for 10 minutes
B. 100 degree C for 25 minutes
C. 126 degree C for 20 minutes
D. 110 degree C for 15 minutes

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61. Separation of infected person from other patient is known as

A. Quarantine
B. Isolation
C. Concurrent disinfection
D. Barrier technique

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62. What is the solution for steam inhalation

A. H2O2
B. Tincture benzoin
C. KMNO4
D. Spirit

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63. Magnesium sulphate is known as

A. Epson salt
B. Plaster of Paris
C. Black poweder
D. Iodized salt

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64. Which of the following is used to access the level of consciousness

A. APGAR scoring
B. Barden Scale
C. Glassgow coma scale
D. Snellen's Chart

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65. The appropriate time for the nurse to obtain a sputum specimen for the culture is

A. Early in the morning
B. After the patient eats a light breakfast
C. After serosol therapy
D. After chest physiotherapy

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66. Physiological sterility is present in which of the following conditions

A. Tuberculosis
B. Endometriosis
C. Before puberty
D. Asheman syndrome

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67. Hysterosalpngography can diagnose all of the following except

A. Endometrial polyp
B. Submucous fibroid
C. Subserous fibroid
D. Uterine septum

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68. All of the following are symptoms of incomplete abortion except

A. History of bleeding per vaginum
B. Uterine size less than period of amenorrhoea
C. Closed cervial os
D. History of passage of products of conception

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69. What is the upper limit of pregnancy upto which MTP can be done in India as per MTP Act 1971

A. 18 weeks
B. 20 weeks
C. 22 weeks
D. 24 weeks

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70. Which of the following is the screening method for cancer cervix

A. CA 125
B. Pap smear
C. Cervical biopsy
D. Ultrasound of uterus and adnexa

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71. Which gas is used for pneumoperitoneum in case of laparoscopy

A. Carbon dioxide
B. Oxygen
C. Hydrogen
D. Nitrous oxide

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72. Which of the following is an indication for antenatal administration of glucocorticoids

A. Antepartum hemorrhage
B. Postpartum hemorrhage
C. Preterm labour

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73. Choose the word closest in meaning to preposterous

A. Abhorrent
B. Premonition
C. Foolish
D. Prepone

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74. We______________to go to a hill station this time

A. Are planning
B. Have panned
C. Had been planning
D. Planned

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75. Mr. Sinha __________ in this school since 1985

A. Has been teaching
B. Has taught
C. Is teaching.
D. Taught

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76. According to ____________ weatherman's data, there has been less rainfall this year than the last year

A. Became
B. Becomes
C. Had become
D. Have become

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77. I __________ in Delhi for two years now

A. Am living
B. Have lived
C. Have been living
D. Live

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78. Unless you work hard, you __________ not be able to pass the exams

A. Can
B. Will
C. May
D. Might

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79. Social conflict refers to

A. Destruction of social values
B. Destruction or alteration of endowments by riots, war, terrorism
C. Social pathology related to female foeticide, dowry, deaths, child abuse etc
D. None of the above

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80. Who is regarded as the Father of Sociology

A. Marx
B. Montesquieu
C. Comte
D. Parsons

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81. Social stratification implies

A. Social justice
B. Social inequality
C. Social injustice
D. Social equality

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82. Which of the following storage device can store maximum amount of data

A. Floppy disk
B. Hard disk
C. Compact disk
D. Magneto optic disk

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83. Software in computer

A. Enhances the capabilities of the hardware machine
B. Increase the speed of central processing unit
C. Both of the above
D. None of the above

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84. Brain of any computer system is

A. ALU
B. Memory
C. CPU
D. Control unit

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85. In infection which is present in an individual but not sufficient to result in a disease is called as

A. Latent infection
B. Clinical infection
C. Subclinical infection
D. Secondary infection

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86. Vitamin K at birth is adminstered to ___ among new borns

A. Prevent excessive bleeding
B. Increase immunity
C. Prevent infection
D. Correct malnutrition

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87. Window period in HIV disease

A. Time period between infection and onset of first symptoms
B. Time period between infection and detection of antibodies against HIV
C. Time period between infection and maximum multiplication of the causative organism
D. None of the above

88. Disease occurring at the same time in different countries is known as

A. Endemic
B. Epidemic
C. Pandemic
D. Sporadic

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89. What is meant by " Gerontology"

A. Ageing people
B. Studyof elderly
C. None of the above

90. Ergonomics is the study of 

A. Designing the job to fit to the worker
B. Training the worker to fit to the job
C. Recruiting the employee to fit for the job
D. Prevention of occupational disease

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91. Jumping of one idea to another idea is 

A. Mutism
B. Flight of ideas
C. Ideas of persocution

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92. False fixed belief is called as

A. Delusion
B. Hallucination
C. Illusion
D. Depersonalization

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93.The two kinds of main memory are
A. Primary and secondary
B. Random and sequential
C. ROM and RAM
D. All of the above

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94. A byte consists of
A. One bit
B. Four bits
C. Eight bits
D. Sixteen bits

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