Study guide for nursing competitive exams

Fundamentals of nursing (Question set 2)

Objective questions
1. The type of isolation technique used in the condition when the pathogens are transmitted through fecal matter is___
   (a) Respiratory isolation
   (b) Enteric isolation
   (c) Skin isolation
   (d) Blood isolation

2. The important aspect of aseptic technique is___
   (a) Hand washing
   (b) Gown technique
   (c) Use mask
   (d) Use of gloves

3. The antiseptic used for mouth wash is___
   (a) Spirit
   (b) Betadine
   (c) Hydrogen peroxide
   (d) Alcohol

4. Eusol solution contain___
   (a) Spirit and betadine
   (b) Beatadine and H2O2
   (c) Boric acid and bleaching powder
   (d) Boric acid and H2O2

5. The gas used for sterilization is___
   (a) Nitrogen
   (b) Oxygen
   (c) Formaldehyde
   (d) Chlorine

6. Autoclave is also known as___
   (a) Steam under temperature
   (b) Steam under pressure
   (c) Temperature under pressure
   (d) Gas sterilization

7. In autoclave temperature should be___
   (a) 63°C
   (b) 121°C
   (c) 115°C
   (d) 141°C

8. Solution used for gastric lavage is___
   (a) Plain water
   (b) Normal saline (0.9% saline)
   (c) Weak solution of boric acid
   (d) All

9. An amputation bed is known as___
   (a) Fracture bed
   (b) Open bed
   (c) Stump bed
   (d) Cardiac bed

10. Which of the following is a risk factor for osteoporosis___
   (a) Use of NSAIDs
   (b) Use of analgesics
   (c) Prolonged use of glucocorticoids
   (d) Anticoagulant therapy

Answer keys:
1.B 2.A 3.C 4.C 5.C 6.B 7.B 8.D 9.C 10.C