Redirecting feelings from a threatening target to a less threatening target is known as :

Reaction formation
  Displacement
  Regression
 Projection

The exit of client from hospital is :

Admission
 Discharge
 Absconded
 LAMA

Nursing and clients goal are set in which phase of nursing process?

Assessment
  Planning
  Implementation
 Nursing diagnosis

A systematic rational method of planning and providing nursing care for individual, family and community is called as nursing process

Comprehensive nursing
 Primary Nursing
 Nursing process
 Therapeutic nursing

biographic data of history taking exclude which of the following?

Age
  Gender
 Diagnosis
 Family history

Inflammation of the tissue surrounding nail is known as :

Paronychia
  cellulitis
 Keratosis
 Callosis

Bending of head towards chest is an example of which movement?

Abduction
 Adduction
 Flexion
 Extension

18 G Intra Venous canula is used for :

Blood Transfusion
 Medication
  New born baby
 Sub cutaneous injection

Which of the following term denote reduced urine out put?

Dysurea
 Poly urea
 Pyurea
 Oligurea

Sharp instruments should not be sterilized by:

Autoclaving
  Boiling
  Hot air oven
  Antiseptic solution

Antitussive drugs are drugs that inhibit:

Cough
 Excessive tears
 Sweating
 Itching

Appropriate needle size for insulin injection is :

18G,11/2" long
  22G, 1" long
 22G, 11/2" long
  25G, 5/8" long

A drug has been prescribed to administer " PRN". The nurse understands that, PRN means,

As needed
 At night
 Early Morning
 Stat

Which pulse is palpated to see the effectiveness of CPR ?

Radial
 Temporal
  Carotid
 Femoral

The normal PH of blood is :

6.35 - 7.35
 6.55 - 7.55
 7.35 - 7.45
 7.55 - 7.65

Which one of the following solution is not indicated for bladder irrigation?

Sodium Bicarbonate
 Potassium permanganate
 Sodium nitrate
  Boric acid

Which of the following intravenous solutions is hypotonic?

Normal Saline
 0.45% saline
 Ringer's lactate
  5% Dextrose in normal saline

Nosocomial infection is the infection?

Acquired from the hospital
 Acquired from outside the hospital
 Acquired from the diseased person
 Acquired from the relatives

Decreased level of potassium in blood is known as:

Hyperkalemia
 Hypokalemia
  Hypernatrmia
  Hpocalcemia

Which one of the following is not a manual mobilization technique used while performing chest physiotherapy?

Coughing
 Clapping
 Percussion
 Vibration

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