nursing test 1

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Nursing Test 1

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Exam Instructions :

1- The Examination Contain 25 Objective Type Questions.

2- There Will Be 25 Questions And Time Allotted 15 Minutes.

3- One Mark(S) Will Be Awarded For Each Correct Answer.

4- NO Mark(S) Will Be Deducted For  Wrong Answer.

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Hypocalcemia ECG changes

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2)

Most common risk factor of bottel feeding

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Which is most important drug use for treatment of organophosphate poisoning

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Most important complications of peritoneal dialysis

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5) Most dangerous type of placental praevia

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Normal cevical dilation rate in primi gravida(active phase)

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Inductions of lobour medical methoid use except

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8)

Largest cranial nerve

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9)

White matter of nerves system is formed by the

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10)

Koplick spot found in

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11)

Yankauer suction catheter use suctioning in?

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12) NG tube are change

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13)

Cholostrum milk consist of rich amount?

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14)

Folded apperance on surface of cerebrum in know as

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15) Who recomamendetion oral dose of GTT in pregnant women

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16) Maximus calcium in human body

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17)

Storage time of fresh frozen plasma

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18) The nurse is caring for the patient following a cerebral vascular
accident. Which portion of the brain is responsible for taste, smell and hearing?

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19)

Sitz bath temperature?

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20)

Normal calcium level

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21)

A patient with newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus is learning to recognize the symptoms of hypoglycemia. Which of the following symptoms is indicative of hypoglycemia?

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22)

Which cardiac marker raised fist in myocardial infraction

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23) Major criteria for diagnosis of rheumatic fever include except

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24)

How many salivary gland

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25)

Freezing (cryopexy) which type of gas

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