Jan 31, 2020

Gynaecological Nursing MCQ Questions Answers Download Free

Gynaecological Nursing MCQ Questions
The Gynaecological Nursing MCQ Questions Answers is helpful for the applicants in their preparation. Referring to the Nursing old exam paper/model paper helps the candidates in knowing how the question paper is going to be. However, here is an overview of question pattern. Download the Previous Year Question Paper Pdf given in the section below. This gives a clear idea of subjects you are preparing.


1. A 20 year old lady is referred with a problem of postcoital bleeding .It has occour six times over past two month with no pain in association . The investigation which she has to undergo is
(a) Colposcopy
(b) Ultrasonography
(c) cervical smear
(d) none of these

2. What happens to GFR in case of pre-eclampsia
(a) GFR decreases
(b) GFR increases
(c) Remains same
(d) None of these

3. Cervical changes in pregnancy are all except
(a) increased collagen
(b) increased hyaluronic
(c) increased glands
(d) increased vascularity

4. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of postpartum depression?
(a) Energy depletion
(b) Sudden bursts of energy
(c) Mood swings
(d) Anxiety

5. For manual removal of placenta the hand is introduce into the uterus in the shaped of
(a) Cone
(b) Vertical
(c) Straight
(d) none

6. The complication that arises after manual removal of placenta is
(a) Hemorrhage
(b) Shock
(c) inversion
(d) all of these

7. The placenta is said to be retained when it is not expelled out even after
(a) 20 minutes
(b) 30 minutes
(c) 40 minutes
(d) 50 minutes and above

8. The risks involved in prolonged retention of placenta are
(a) Hemarrahge
(b) Shock
(c) risk of its recurrence in next pregnancy
(d) all of these

9. Related to genital tract injuries , rupture of the vault of the vagina is called
(a) Colporrhexis
(b) perinal tear
(c) trauma
(d) secondary tear

10. Persistant , severe pain on the peritoneal region and presence of rectal tenesmus or bearing down efforts when extension occurs to the ischiorectal fossa with retention of urin are the symptoms of
(a) abdominal hematoma
(b) pelvic hematoma
(c) uretral hematoma
(d) cervical hematoma

11. The latest complication of injuries to the birth canal at the cervix is
(a) Ectropion
(b) Cellulitis
(c) Superlevator
(d) thrombophelbitis

12. The agravating factor for subinvolution of uterus
(a) retained products of conception
(b) uterine sepsis
(c) (a) & (b)
(d) all of these

13. The preventive measures for breastengorgement is
(a) correct latch on
(b) late initiation of breast feeding
(c) to introduce prelateal feed
(d) none of these

14. With which of the following types of viral hepatitis infection in pregnancy
(a) Hepatitis A
(b) Hepatitis B
(c) Hepatitis C
(d) Hepatitis E

15. A nurse in the newborn nursery is monitoring a preterm newborn infant for respiratory distress syndrome. Which assessment signs if noted in the newborn infant would alert the nurse to the possibility of this syndrome?
(a) Hypotension and Bradycardia
(b) Tachypnea and retractions
(c) Acrocyanosis and grunting
(d) The presence of a barrel chest with grunting

16. A nurse on the newborn nursery floor is caring for a neonate. On assessment the infant is exhibiting signs of cyanosis, tachypnea, nasal flaring, and grunting. Respiratory distress syndrome is diagnosed, and the physician prescribes surfactant replacement therapy. The nurse would prepare to administer this therapy by:
(a) Subcutaneous injection
(b) Intravenous injection
(c) Instillation of the preparation into the lungs through an endotracheal tube
(d) Intramuscular injection

17. The most common neonatal sepsis and meningitis infections seen within 24 hours after birth are caused by which organism?
(a) Candida albicans
(b) Chlamydia trachomatis
(c) Escherichia coli
(d) Group B beta-hemolytic streptococci

18. Respiratory distress syndrome in the newborn is defined as the persistence of
(a) arterial oxygen tension
(b) ( Pa O2 ) < 50
(c) central cyanosis
(d) both (a) & (b) (d) both (b) & (c)

19. Absolute features of nonphysiologic jaundice is
(a) jaundice appearing within 24 hours of birth
(b) jaundice appearing after 24 hours
(c) jaundice appearing after 48 hours
(d) jaundice appearing after 72 hours

20. The methods of treatment used to reduce the level of unconjugated bilirubin is
(a) phototherapy
(b) pharmacologic therapy
(c) exchange transfusion
(d) all of these

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