Q.(1)Which of the following women should be considered as special targets for family planning?
Q.(2)Inadequate intake by the pregnant woman of which vitamin may cause neural tube defects?
Q.(3)Mosquitoborne diseases are prevented mostly with the use of mosquito control measures. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for malaria control?
Q.(4)A 4year old client was brought to the health centre with chief complaint of severe diarrhea and the passage of "rice water". The client is most probably suffering from which condition?
Q.(5)Among the following diseases, which is airborne?
Q.(6)A client was diagnosed as having Dengue Fever. You will say that there is slow capillary refill when the color of the nailbed that you pressed does not return within how many seconds?
Q.(7)Which is an example of the school nurse's health care provider function?
Q.(8)Isolation of a child with measles belongs to what level of prevention?
Q.(9)Which of the following is an advantage of a home visit?
Q.(10)Which type of familynurse contact will provide you with the best opportunity to observe family dynamics?
Q.(11)Which step in community organizing involves training of potential leaders in the community?
Q.(12)In which step are plans formulated for solving community problems?
Q.(13) A primigravida client who is little overweight asks how much weight she should gainover the 9 months. The most appropriate answer is
Q.(14)During a prenatal check, a client asks nurse why menstruation ceases once pregnancy occurs. the nurse best response would be that this occurs because of the
Q.(15)The nurse teaches a multipara who has just delivered a large baby what to do to maintain a contracted uterus. The nurse recognize that teaching has been effective when the client states
Q.(16) A nurse is assessing a client with pregnancy induced hypertension. The nurse expects the client's blood pressure to be
Q.(17) A client is gravida 4 para 3 and is in a labour room. After a vaginal examination it is determined that the presenting head is at station +3. The appropriate nursing action is
Q.(18)The nausea and vomiting commonly experienced by many women during the first trimester of pregnancy is an adaptation to the increased level of
Q.(19)Magnesium sulphate IM is administered every 4 hours to an eclamptic client which of the following symptoms is an indication for the next dose of Magnesium sulphate
Q.(20)The term dizygotic refers to twin who have ?
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