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HPSSSB Staff Nurse Exam Important Questions


HPSSSB Staff Nurse Exam Important Questions

HPSSSB Staff Nurse Exam Important Questions 

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HPSSSB Staff Nurse Exam Important Questions
HPSSSB Staff Nurse Exam Important Questions 

Q.) It is important for the nurse to teach the client that metformin (Glucophage):

  • May cause nocturia
  • Should be taken at night
  • Should be taken with meals
  • May increase the effects of aspirin

Q.) When assessing a client with partial thickness burns over 60% of the body, which of the following should the nurse report immediately?
  • Complaints of intense thirst
  • Moderate to severe pain
  • Urine output of 70 ml the 1st hour
  • Hoarseness of the voice
Q. Anticipation of personal questions is given adequate attention during which phase of the nurse patient relationship?
  • Orientation phase
  • Working phase
  • Pre-interaction phase
  • Termination phase
Q.) Which assessment following an amniotomy should be conducted first?
  • Cervical dilation
  • Bladder distention
  • Fetal heart rate pattern
  • Maternal blood pressure
Q.) Situation : You are assigned to take care of a group of patients across the lifespan.
According to De Rosa and Kochura’s (2006) article entitled “Implement Culturally Health Care in your workplace,” cultures have different patterns of verbal and nonverbal communication. Which difference does NOT necessarily belong?
  • Personal behaviour
  • Eye contact
  • Subject Matter
  • Conversational style
Q.)  A patient recently started on phenytoin (Dilantin) to control simple complex seizures is seen in the outpatient clinic. Which information obtained during his chart review and assessment will be of greatest concern?
  • The gums appear enlarged and inflamed.
  • The white blood cell count is 2300/mm3.
  • Patient occasionally forgets to take the phenytoin until after lunch.
  • Patient wants to renew his driver’s license in the next month.
Q.) The theorist the advocated that health is the ability to maintain dynamic equilibrium is
  • Bernard
  • Selye
  • Cannon
  • Rogers
Q.) A patient who is 4 days postoperative after a total hip replacement surgery, is obese and has not been able to ambulate since the surgery. The patient is now diaphoretic, has chills, and complains of pain in the thigh. There is tenderness over the anteromedial surface of the thigh. The MOST likely cause is. 
  • Wound infection
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) 
  • Pulmonary edema
  • Dehydration
Q.) One of the participants in a hilot training class asked you to whom she should refer a patient in labor who develops a complication. You will answer, to the;
  • Public health nurse
  • Rural health midwife
  • Municipal health officer
  • Any of these health professionals
Q.) Which of the following nursing interventions has the highest priority for the client scheduled for an intravenous pyelogram?
  • Providing the client with a favorite meal for dinner
  • Asking if the client has allergies to shellfish
  • Encouraging fluids the evening before the test
  • Telling the client what to expect during the test

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