Q.(1)Grandiose delusions occur in which of the following disorder?
Q.(2)Clouding of consciousness is characteristic of:
Q.(3)A patient has been taking Lithium carbonate for his hypomania. While taking this drug which mineral would you recommend in adequate quantities?
Q.(4)Bleeding from the nose is known as:
Q.(5)Which of the following is used to assess the level of consciousness
Q.(6)Color coding for Nitrous oxide cylinder is
Q.(7)Which is the most common microorganisms in nosocomial infections?
Q.(8)The solution used to disinfect the bed linen of HIV positive patient is:
Q.(9)The pulse site in neck is called
Q.(10)Five teaspoon is equivalent to how many millilitres(ml)
Q.(11)The nutrient that helps in tissue repair is
Q.(12)Emotion can be best expressed through which of the following?
Q.(13)98.6F is equal to
Q.(14)When a drug is to be given at bed time, which of the following coded instruction is used?
Q.(15)Lack of oxygen in the tissues is called
Q.(16)X-ray study of the fallopian tube is known as
Q.(17)To give fowler's position to a patient, the head end of the bed is raised to
Q.(18)The most common deficiency seen in alcoholics is:
Q.(19)Before giving blood transfusion a nurse must note the date, time of collection and must be aware that packed RBC's can be stored up to:
Q.(20)Glycated hemoglobin (hbA1c) tests, mean glucose levels:
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