GNM MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING – I (PHARMACOLOGY) SECOND YEAR IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

 

SECTION – I

Fill in the blanks

An abnormal decrease in the number of platelets is called ……….
Senior citizen’s day is celebrated on …………
Dyspnoea is released in …………….. position
Fat consumption in elderly should be …………..

 

Differentiate between the following

Illness and disease
Active and passive immunity
Anaphylaxis and apheresis
Expectorants and mollients

 

Write the action and indication of the following drugs

Azathioprine
Erythromycin

 

Write short notes on

Alzheimer’s disease
Venesection
Emphyema
Role of a nurse in pain management
Nursing management of a patient with diarrhea

 

Define bronchiectasis
Enumerate the clinical manifestation and diagnostic evaluation of bronchiectasis
Explain the pre and post operative care of the patient undergoing thoracic surgery

 

SECTION – II

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Stroke is also called as cardio vascular accident
Kernig’s sign is seen in meningitis
The patient with myasthenia gravis will have pill rolling movements of finger
An inadequate concentration of oxygen in arterial blood in called hypoxia

 

Give the meaning of the following

Evisceration
Pseudoliths
Chorea

 

Write short notes

Trigeminal neuralgia
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Hypothyroidism
Role of a nurse in care of patient in the operation theatre

 

Define cholecystitis
List the symptoms and diagnostic evaluation of cholecystitis
Explain the nursing management of a patient undergoing cholecystectomy

 

What is rheumatoid arthritis
Write the clinical manifestation and diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis
Explain the nursing management of a patient with rheumatoid arthritis

 

 

SECTION – I

Write the meaning of the following

Auscultation
Nocturia
Cystoscopy
Neuralgia

 

Fill in the blanks

An abnormal connection between the organ is called as …………….
Paracetamol is a ……………. Drug
Inflammation of the gall bladder is called …………
Normal concentration of potassium in serum is …………….

 

Write short notes

Nursing management of patient with head injury
Hand washing technique
Thoracentesis
Blood transfusion
Endotracheal intubation

 

Define cerebro vascular accident
List the causes and clinical manifestation of cerebro vascular accident
Enumerate the nursing management and rehabiliation of cerebro vascular accident

 

Define pneumonia
List the causes and types of pneumonia
Explain briefly about medical and nursing management of pneumonia

 

SECTION – II

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is present in the joints
Amoxicillin is an antiemetics
Salt is restricted for the patient who has edema
A sudden movementary loss of muscle tone is known as atonia

 

Choose the correct answer from the following

Decreased pulse rate is termed as i. hypovolemia ii. Hypothermia iii. Bradycardia
HS means i. at bedtime ii. Morning iii. Before meal
Gastric juice contain i. pepsin, lipase and renin ii. Trypsin, lipase and renin iii. Trypsin, lipase and lipase

 

Write short notes

Lumbar puncture
Management of patient with gastritis
Role of nurse in administration of drugs
Sterilization
Nursing management of patient with hypertension

 

Define diabetes insipidus
List the causes and types of diabetes insipidus
Explain in detail about nursing management of patient with diabetes insipidus

 

Define operationn theatre nurse
Explain the surgical team
Write the role of circulating nurse and scrub nurse

 

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Immunity
Hernia
Sterilization
Uraemia

 

Fill in the blanks

Collapse of the lung is called as …………..
Decrease in the number of platelets is known as …………….
Normal level of sodium in blood is ………….
Epistaxis means ……………..

 

Write short notes

Nursing management of patient with gastritis
Arthritis
Ascites
Urinary retention
Hypothyroidism

 

Define haemorrhoids
List the causes of haemorrhoids
Explain the medical surgical and nursing management of patient with haemorrhoids

 

SECTION – II

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Amoxicillin is an antiemetic drug
Lignocaine is used as local anaesthesia
Kerning’s sign is seen in meningitis
Inflammation of the tongue is known as gingivitis

Choose the correct answer

Yellowish discoloration of the skin is found in i. jaundice ii. Cynosis iii. Dermatitis
The following instruments is used for the examination of eye i. gastroscopy ii. Ophhthalmoscopy iii. Proctoscopy
Salt is restricted to the patients with i. fever ii. Diabetes iii. Hypertension

 

Write short notes

Bell’s palsy
Surgical hand washing
Post operative nursing care after thyroidectomy
Portal hypertension
Cushing syndrome

 

Define appendicitis
List out the clinical manifestations and investigations of acute appendicitis
Discuss the pre operative and post operative care of the patient undergoing appendectomy operation

 

Define meningitis
List the types and causes of meningitis
Explain in detail the medical and nursing management of patient with meningitis

 

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GNM MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING – I (PHARMACOLOGY) SECOND YEAR IMPORTANT QUESTIONS 

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