Q.(1) Ability of the drug to cause foetal abnormality when administered during pregnancy is known as :
Q.(2) Which of the following size of the rectal tube is indicated for bowel wash for an adult patient?
Q.(3)Which organ is most at risk for dysfunction in a patient with a potassium level of 6.2 M.Eq/L
Q.(4)Which one of the following route is not indicated for administering analgesic medicine
Q.(5)A patient has orders to receive 1 L (one litter ) of 5% dextrose to be infused over 8 hours. How many ml to be infused per hour?
Q.(6)A patient has order to receive 50 ml of an antibiotic to be infused over 1 (one) hour. The tubing drip factor of 60. How many drops/minute should be set?
Q.(7)Which of the following is an indication of mild shock?
Q.(8)Which of the following medications would the nurse anticipate the physician would order to increase the blood pressure for a patient with septic shock?
Q.(9) Which drug can be given to reverse the effect of an opioid overdose?
Q.(10)The nurse is admitting a trauma patient to the emergency department. Which of the following should be her priority intervention?
Q.(11)While providing care, the nurse understands that, the last sense to leave in a terminally ill patient is ?
Q.(12)Each normal heart beat is initiated by which of the following ?
Q.(13)When blood pressure falls, which of the following is secreted by kidney to raise it ?
Q.(14)Permanent pacemaker is indicated in which of the following dysrhythmias ?
Q.(15)Which of the following structure covers the larynx during swallowing?
Q.(16)Which of the following positions is recommended for a patient with a nasal bleeding?
Q.(17)Gastric juice contributes to the digestion of which of the following types of nutrients?
Q.(18)Which of the following is not a risk factor for gallbladder disease
Q.(19) Urea is a waste product of which of the following the metabolism?
Q.(20) Which of the following is restricted for a patient scheduled for an intravenous pyelogram?
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