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AIIMS Bhopal Staff Nurse Previous Year Question

AIIMS Bhopal Staff Nurse Previous Year Question Papers - Here we have given AIIMS Bhopal Staff Nurse Recruitment Board Sample Question Papers with subject wise. Candidates can get them with just one click within a fraction of seconds. Use the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences ANM Solved Papers as a reference only. We are not giving any assurance the same questions will be asked in your final examination. Hence Applicants can use All India Institutes of Medical Sciences GNM Previous Papers for practice purpose.

AIIMS Bhopal Staff Nurse Model Question

1. The pathogen responsible for Malaria is:
(A) Bacteria
(B) Mosquito
(C) Virus
(D) Protozoan

2. Digestive enzyme common to salivary glands and pancreas is:
(A) Trypsin
(B) Amylase
(C) Chymotrypsin
(D) Renin

3. The increased blood flow to the pelvic organs in pregnancy render a bluish colour is called
(A) Osiander’s sign
(B) Jacqusmier‘s sign
(C) Hegar's sign
(D) Goodell's sign

4. The antidote for magnesium sulphate in eclampsia in pregnancy is:
(A) Sodium chloride
(B) Calcium carbonate
(C) Calcium chloride
(D) Calcium gluconate

5. The normal pH of urine is:
(A) 4 to 8
(B) 10 to 12
(C) 1 to 3
(D) 14 to 18

6. Thendelenburg position is provided for a patient with following conditions ‘EXCEPT:
(A) Following spinal anesthesia
(B) Preventing Shock
(C) During thoracentesis
(D) Retaining fluids in retention enema

7. Whipple procedure is the surgical management of:
(A) Ca colon
(B) Ca Stomach
(C) Ca Esophagus
(D) Ca pancreas

8. Collection of air in the subcutaneous tissue:
(A) Melanoma
(B) Empyema
(C) Emphysema
(D) Pyoderma

9. Humidifier attached to a oxygen source help to:
(A) Prevent transmission of microorganism
(B) Prevent dryness of mucous membrane
(C) Prevent irritation on the skin
(D) Prevent fire hazard

10. Massaging the insulin injection site leads to:
(A) Unpredictable absorption
(B) Bruising of the site
(C) Tissue damage
(D) Infection of injection site

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