#1. How long does proliferative phase of wound healing occur?
#2. Compassion is best described as?
#3. For which type of waste should orange bags be used?
#4. , which of the following should you advise them to drink?
#5. A nurse assists the physician is performing liver biopsy. After the biopsy the nurse places the patient in which position?
#6. A Registered nurse is new to the diagnosis of her patient. What is the best response of the nurse?
#7. Certain infectious diseases should be notified at international level. Though it is doctor's responsibility, as a registered nurse you should be aware about the diseases that require national notification. Which among the following is notifiable infectious disease at a national level?
#8. The first techniques used examining the abdomen of a client is: Palpation Auscultation Percussion Inspection
#9. A walk-in client enters into the clinic with a chief complaint of abdominal pain and diarrhea. The nurse takes the client's vital sign hereafter. What phrase of nursing process is being implemented here by the nurse? Assessment Diagnosis Planning Implementation
#10. When communicating with children, what most important factor should the nurse take into consideration?
#11. Which of the following would be an appropriate strategy in reorienting a confused patient to where her room is?
#12. A nurse has been told that a client's communications are tangential. The nurse would expect that the clients verbal responses to questions would be:
#13. A nurse delegates duties to a health assistant, what NMC standard she should keep in mind while doing this?
#14. Which of the following approaches creates a barrier to communication?
#15. A client diagnosed of cancer visits the OPD and after consulting the doctor breaks down in the corridor and begins to cry. What would the nurses best action?
#16. An example of a positive outcome of a nurse-health team relationship would be
#17. A patient has sexual interest in you. What would you do?
#18. Communication is not the message that was intended but rather the message that was received. The statement that best helps explain this is
#19. When communicating with someone who isn't a native English speaker, which of the following is NOT advisable?
#20. Which of the following is NOT an example of non-verbal communication?
#21. The nurse is discussing problem-solving strategies with a client who recently experienced the death of a family member and the loss of a full-time job. The client says to the nurse. 'I hear what you're saying to me, but it just isn't making any sense to me. I can't think straight now." The client is expressing feelings of:
#22. The supervisor reprimands the charge nurse because the nurse has not adhered to the budget. Later the charge nurse accuses the nursing staff of wasting supplies. This is an example of
#23. You are assisting a doctor who is trying to assess and collect information from a child who does not seem to understand all that the doctor is telling and is restless. What will be your best response?
#24. As an RN in charge you are worried about a nurse's act of being very active on social media site, that it affect the professionalism. Which one of these is the worst advice you can give her?
#25. According to NMC Standards code and conduct, a registered nurse is EXCLUDED from legal action in which one of these?
#26. A client is brought to the emergency room by the emergency medical services after being hit by car. The name of the client is not known. The client has sustained a severe head injury, multiple fractures and is unconscious. An emergency craniotomy is required, regarding informed consent for the surgical procedure, which of the following is the best action?
#27. A nurse educator is providing in-service education to the nursing staff regarding transcultural nursing care. A staff member asks the nurse educator to describe the concept of acculturation. The most appropriate response in which of he following?
#28. A client is diagnosed with cancer and is told by surgery followed by chemotherapy will be necessary, the client states to the nurse, "I have read a lot about complementary therapies. Do you think I should try it?". The nurse responds by making which most appropriate statement?
#29. A nurse is preparing to deliver a food tray to a client whose religion is Jewish. The nurse checks the food on the tray and notes that the food on the tray and notes that the client has received a roast beef dinner with whole milk as a beverage. Which action will the nurse take?
#30. When would an orthostatic blood pressure measurement be indicated?
#31. A registered nurse had a very busy day as her patient was sick, got intubated & had other life saving procedures. She documented all the events & by the end of the shift recognized that she had documented in other patient's record. What is best response of the nurse?
#32. According to NMC, RN must have to update their skills and knowledge throughout their professional career. On hourly basis, a minimum of how much should an RN possess in 3 years:
#33. How to give respect & dignity to the client?
#34. Which of the step is NOT involved in Tuckman's group formation theory
#35. An adult has been medicated for her surgery. The operating room (OR) nurse, when going through the client's chart, realizes that the consent form has not been signed. Which of the following is the best action for the nurse to take?
#36. A mentally capable client in a critical condition is supposed to receive blood transfusion. But client strongly refuses the blood product to be transfused. What would be the best response of the nurse?
#37. An antihypertensive medication has been prescribed for a client with HTN. The client tells the clinic nurse that they would like to take an herbal substance to help lower their BP. The nurse should take which action?
#38. A police officer approached the nurses' station asking for information on a specific client. The nurse knows that she can give the necessary information if:
#39. When communicating with the a client who speaks a different language, which best practice should the nurse implement?
#40. The code is the foundation of?
#41. According to the nursing code of ethics, the nurse's first allegiance is to the:
#42. A nurse from Medical-surgical unit asked to work on the orthopedic unit. The medical-surgical nurse has no orthopedic nursing experience. Which client should be assigned to the medical-surgical nurse?
#43. A nurse preceptor is working with a new nurse and notes that the new nurse is reluctant to delegate tasks to members of the care team. The nurse preceptor recognizes that this reluctance most likely is due to
#44. The measurement and documentation of vital signs is expected for clients in a long term facility. Which staff type would it be a priority to delegate these tasks to?
#45. An RN from the women's health clinic is temporarily reassigned to a medical-surgical unit. Which of these client assignments would be most appropriate for this nurse?
#46. A dose of 100 ml of injection Metronidazole is to be infused over half an hour. How much amount of the medicine will be given in an hour?
#47. An infusion of 24 mg of Inj. Furosemide is ordered for 12 hrs. How much dose is infused in an hour?
#48. As a registered nurse, you are expected to calculate fluid volume balance of a patient whose input is 2437 ml and output is 750 ml
#49. Which of the following is the most common aneurysm site?
#50. A patient approached you to give his medications now but you are unable to give the medicine. What is your initial action?
#51. When looking after a patient in a side room requiring reverse isolation precautions, you have noticed the lack of PPE supplies. Who will you escalate it at initially?
#52. Tony is prescribed Lanoxin 500 mcg PO. What vital sign will you asses prior to giving the drug?
#53. If Tony’s heart rate slows down, this is referred to as:
#54. The word 'accountability' means:
#55. What is an indication that a suicidal patient has an impending suicide plan: (2)
#56. Patient-centred care is best defined as:
#57. The nurse can divulge patient's information, only when:
#58. Covert communication may include the following except:
#59. Which of the following conditions can be observed in a proper wound dressing:
#60. What stage(s) of pressure ulcer includes tissue involvement and crater formation?
#61. One of the main responsibilities of an employer should be:
#62. Respiratory protective equipment include:
#63. Which of the following agency set the standards of education, training and conduct and performance for nurses and midwives in the UK?
#64. A person supervising a nursing student in the clinical area is called as:
#65. In supervising a student nurse perform a drug rounds, the NMC expects you to do the following at all times:
#66. You are a new and inexperienced staff, which of the following actions will you do during your first day on the clinical area?
#67. Mr. James, 72 years old, is a registered blind admitted on your ward due to dehydration. He is encouraged to drink and eat to recover. How will you best manage this plan of care?
#68. An adult woman asks for the best contraception in view of her holiday travel to a diarrhoea prone areas. She is currently taking oral contraceptives. What advice will you give her?
#69. You are the nurse assigned in recovery room or post anaesthetic care unit. The main priority of care in such area is:
#70. Leonor, 72 years old patient is being treated with antibiotics for her UTI. After three days of taking them, she developed diarrhoea with blood stains. What is the most possible reason for this?
#71. You have just administered an antibiotic drip to you patient. After few minutes, your patient becomes breathless and wheezy and looks unwell. What is your best action on this situation?
#72. Mr James, a patient in the community phoned you asking for advise as he is experiencing some side effects of the medications he was given. What will be your best action on this situation?
#73. Which of the following is the most dangerous site for IM injection?
#74. Which of the following is not a usual sign and symptom associated with depression?
#75. A 16 year old patient had recently undergone an orthopaedic surgery due to an accident. She is stable and can care for herself. Few days after, she started not to feed and wash herself even though she is physically able to. What could be the reason for this behaviour?
#76. Nursing process is best illustrated as:
#77. Which of the following best describes the Contingency Theory of Leadership?
#78. The nurse-in-charge or Head nurse wanted to follow a task-oriented model of care. Se wanted everything to be done before 10 am. How will you best approach the situation?
#79. In a community setting, an elderly patient reported to you that he gives shopping money to his neighbours but failed to bring groceries on frequent occasions. What is your best response on this situation?
#80. When the IV route of medicine administration is favoured against the oral route, the nurse should consider the following reasons, except:
#81. The early signs of phlebitis included:
#82. Mrs Red is complaining of shortness of breath. On assessment, her legs are swollen indicative of tissue oedema. What do you think is the possible cause of this?
#83. Mrs Red’s doctor is suspecting an aortic aneurysm after her chest x-ray. Which of the most common type of aneurysm?
#84. Mr Bond, 72 years old, complains of difficulty of chewing his food. He normally wears upper dentures daily. On assessment, you noticed some signs of gingivitis. Which of the following signs will you expect?
#85. Mr Bond also shared with you that his gums also bleed during brushing. Which of the following statement will best explain this?
#86. Mr Bond’s daughter rang and wanted to visit him. She told you of her diarrhoea and vomiting in the last 24 hours. How will you best respond to her about visiting Mr Bond?
#87. One of the government initiative in promoting good healthy living is eating the right and balanced food. Which of the following can achieve this?
#88. Mr Bond will require 10 mgs of Morphine. The stock comes in 5 mg/2ml. How much will you draw up from the bottle?
#89. The nursing process involves the following:
#90. Wendy, 18 years old, was admitted on Medical Ward because of recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI). She disclosed to you that she had unprotected sex with her boyfriend on some occasions. You are worried this may be a possible cause of the infection. How will best handle the situation?
#91. If you were told by a nurse at handover to take ‘standard precautions’, what would you expect to be doing?
#92. All individuals providing nursing care must be competent at which of the following procedures