# PSC Staff Nurse Sample Question Answer Paper | ANM | GNM

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## PSC Sample Questions And Answers For Staff Nurse

1. How many calories will be obtained from one gram fat?
(A) 4 calories
(B) 12 calories
(C) 9 calories
(D) 15 calories

2. The method of transfer of heat directly through a substance from hot part to the cold part, from one molecule to the other :
(A) Convection
(B) Evaporation
(D) Conduction

3. The formula to convert Fahrenheit scale to Celsius scale:
(A) C=(F-32)x5/9
(B) C=(F+3)x5/9
(C) C=(F -32) x 9/5
(D) C=(F + 32) x 9/5

4. A sudden return to normal temperature from a very high temperature within a few hours or days :
(A) Crisis
(B) Lysis
(C) Decline
(D) Fastigium

5. The normal range of pulse rate in an adult:
(A) 50 - 60/mt
(B) 60 - 70/ mt
(C) 70 - 80/mt
(D) 110- I15/mt

6. The abnormal condition of the vertebral column characterized by increased convexity in the thoracic spine :
(A) Opisthotonus
(B) Scoliosis
(C) Lordosis
(D) Kyphosis

7. The type of bed made for a client who cannot get out of the bed:
(A) Closed bed
(B) Open bed
(C) Cardiac bed
(D) Occupied bed

8. An agent that inhibits the growth of bacteria:
(A) Bacteriocide
(B) Fomite
(C) Bacteriostat
(D) Antipyretic

9. The condition in which blood pressure is luw associated with weakness or fainting when rises to an erect position :
(A) Hypotension
(B) Postural hypotension
(C) Hypertension
(D) Secondary hypertension

10. The state of complete physical, mental, social wellbeing and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity is termed as :
(A) Illness
(B) Health
(C) Wellness
(D) Equilibrium