Mar 4, 2019

AIIMS Patna Staff Nurse Previous Year Question Papers

AIIMS Patna Staff Nurse Previous Year Question

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Staff Nurse Competitive Exam Questions

1. An example of proton pump inhibitor:
(A) Cotrimoxazole
(B) Pandaprazole
(C) Flucanazole
(D) Mebandazole

2. Therapeutic blood level of lithium is:
(A) 30 to 150 mg/litre
(B) 13 to 20 mg/liter
(C) 0.8 to 1.2 meq/litre
(D) 2 to 4 meq/liter

3. An example of calcium channel blocker:
(A) Atorvastatin
(B) Atenolol
(C) Clopidogrel
(D) Amlodipine

4. Thiamine deficiency can lead to:
(A) Rickets
(B) Night Blindness
(C) Xerophthalmia
(D) Beri-Beri

5. Smallpox was officially declared eradicated from the entire world by world health organization in the year :
(A) 1980
(B) 1970
(C) 1960
(D) 1990

6. Multi drug resistant Tuberculosis is one that is at least resistant to :
(A) Thioacetazone and Ethambutol
(B) Ciprofloxacin and Ofloxacin
(C) Isoniazid and Rifamicin
(D) Pyrazinamide and Streptomycin

7. The following is NOT an extrapyramydal symptom:
(A) Parkinsonism
(B) Anhedonia
(C) Dysionia
(D) Akethisia

8. A type of delusion in which patient reports of non-existence of self or world:
(A) Delusion of jealousy
(B) Delusion of grandiosity
(C) Nihilistic delusion
(D) Delusional perception

9. One gram protein gives:
(A) 4 calories
(B) 9 calories
(C) 6 calories
(D) 10 calories

10. After snake bite which of the following one is not a correct management?
(A) Calm and reassure the victim
(B) Immobilize the affected part
(C) Wash the wound with normal saline
(D) Make a wound on the bite site to drain the blood

11. Difficulty in swallowing is termed as:
(A) Anorexia
(B) Dyspepsia
(C) Dysphagia
(D) Nausea

12. Normal blood urea level:
(A) 5 to 10 mg/dl
(B) 50 to 60 mg/dl
(C) 70 to 80 mg/dl
(D) 20 to 40 mg/dl

13. The body temperature of a patient admitted with typhoid fever is 38 degree Celsius, convert it into Fahrenheit:
(A) 100.4
(B) 101.4
(C) 102.4
(D) 103.4

14. The first mammary secretion is called:
(A) Prolactin
(B) Colostrum
(C) Lactogen
(D) Relaxin

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