ICDDRB Study Nurse Examination Question- 2021

 icddr,b Nursing Job, MCQ Question
Post Name: Study Nurse
Date: 03 March, 2021
Exam Time: 3pm
Total MCQ: 30

1. Write one key sign of some diarrhea
  (a) No pulse
  (b) Less active
  (c) Sunken eye   ✓
  (d) Unable to drink
  
2. You need to administer 400 mg of erythromycin PO. You have on hand a suspension of 125 mg/5 ml. How much will you prepare?
  (a) 10 ml 
  (b) 20 ml
  (c) 13.5 ml 
  (d) 16 ml   ✓

3. Nursing care to prevent bed sore:
  (a) Inspect all bony prominences
  (b) Frequent posture change
  (c) Do a skin inspection once per shift
  (d) Keep compromised areas dry
  (e) All of the above   ✓
  
4. When vomiting is uncontrolled in an infant, the nurse should observe for signs of:
  (a) Hypovolemia
  (b) Tetany
  (c) Acidosis
  (d) Alkalosis
  
5. A doctor has ordered blood transfusion for a patient. Before starting transfusion what important things, a nurse should check?
  (a) All of the above
  (b) Identify the right patient
  (c) Check patient's registration number and blood bag number
  (d) Check blood group and cross matching

6. Important drug for Basic Life Support:
  (a) Cephalosporin
  (b) Dopamine
  (c) Norepinephrine
  (d) Adrenaline
  
7. What are the symptoms of Tuberculosis?
  (a) Night sweat
  (b) weight loss
  (c) Loss of appetite
  (d) All of the above

8. Which of the following is not usually a sign of dehydration?
  (a) Reduced skin elasticity
  (b) Dry mouth
  (c) Fever
  (d) Sunken eyes
  
9. Write down one sign of pneumonia in a child (>2 months age) having cough/respiratory difficulty:
  (a) Cold extremities
  (b) Lower chest wall in-drawing
  (c) Grunting respiration
  (d) Hypoxaemia

10. In CCF we do not find:
  (a) Hypoglycemia
  (b) Bilatera basal creps
  (c) Hepatomegaly 
  (d) Oedema

11. Which of the following are live vaccines:
  (a) Oral Polio
  (b) Hepatitis B DPT
  (c) Rabies
  (d) Pneumococcal conjugate

12. Doxycycline is not recommended for:
  (a) Pregnant women and children below 8 years
  (b) Adult male
  (c) Women of reproductive age
  (d) None of the above

13. When taking the blood pressure of a patient with AIDS the nurse must:
  (a) Wear a mask and a gown
  (b) Use barrier techniques
  (c) Take blood pressure like other patients
  (d) Wear clean gloves

14. When taking the blood pressure of a patient with AIDS the nurse must:
  (a) Wear a mask and a gown
  (b) Use barrier techniques
  (c) Take blood pressure like other patients
  (d) Wear clean gloves
  
15.Cause of 'Tall T' in ECG paper:
  (a) Hypernatremia
  (b) Hypokalemia
  (c) Hypercalcemia
  (d) Hyperkalemia   ✓

16. pressure of a patient with AIDS the nurse must:
  (a) Wear a mask and a gown
  (b) Use barrier techniques
  (c) Take blood pressure like other patients
  (d) Wear clean gloves

17. What is the first thing a Nurse need to know about Infection Control?
  (a) Biohazard
  (b) Basic elements 
  (c) Hand washing   ✓
  (d) Disinfection

18. Diarrheal diseases usually spread by:
  (a) Unwashed hands
  (b) Contaminated utensils
  (c) Contaminated food
  (d) All of the above   ✓
  
19. Nosocomial pneumonia is pneumonia that is acquired from:
  (a) Hospital environment
  (b) Within the place of own house
  (c) The community
  (d) None of the above
  
20. Which IV fluid is used for correction of hypoglycemia-
  (a) 10% DA ✓
  (b) Glucose base ORS
  (c) 5% DNS
  (d) Hartman solution

21. An Epidemic which spreads from country to country or over the whole world is:
  (a) Pandemic
  (b) Endemic
  (c) Sporadic
  (d) None of the above
  
22. A common viral disease in children that starts with high fever, appearance of maculopapular rash over the face and body, cough, conjunctivitis. The disease may be complicated by diarrhoea o lower respiratory tract infection, that is
  (a) Measles
  (b) Chicken pox 
  (c) Mumps
  (d) None of the above
  
23. A physician prescribed: Amoxicillin 0.25 g p.o. every 8 hours. Available: Amoxicillin 125 mg per tablets. How many tablets will the nurse give per dose?
  (a) 1 tablet
  (b) 2 tablets
  (c) 3 tablets
  (d) 4 tablets
  
24. What kind of stool do we see in invasive diarrhea?
  (a) Rice watery
  (b) Yellowish watery
  (c) All of the above
  (d) Blood mixed mucoid

25. Which is a vaccine preventable disease?
  (a) AIDS
  (b) Measles
  (c) Sleeping sickness
  (d) Helminthiasis
  
26. The most preferred intramuscular injection site for children and infant is:
  (a) Ventro gluteal site
  (b) Vastus lateralis site
  (c) Deltiod site
  (d) Dorsogluteal site

27. The percentage of body weight that is made up of water in the adult is:
  (a) 55-60%   ✓
  (b) 40-45%
  (c) 80-85%
  (d) 65-70%

28. A child with convulsion brought at emergency, which will you do first?
  (a) Assess airway and breathing   ✓
  (b) RBS
  (c) BP
  (d) Take history
  
29. Diarrhea is usually defined as
  (a) 
  (b)
  (c)
  (d)

30. 
  (a) Pneumonia
  (b) Eczema
  (c) Adult patient with smear positive pulmonary TB
  (d) Hepatitis B

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