GNM MIDWIFERY AND GYNAECOLOGY - THIRD YEAR NURSING IMPORTANT QUESTIONS 

MIDWIFERY & GYNAECOLOGY – THIRD YEAR GNM IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Presentation
Show
Vernix Caseosa
Lochia

 

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The normal length of the umbilical cord is ……………..
The anterior fortanelle closes after …………………. Months of delivery
The normal weight of the non- pregnant Uterus is ………………..
Quickening is the …………….. foetal moment felt by the mother

 

Write short notes

Antenatal diet
Indications of Lower Segment Caesarean Sections (L.S.C.S)
Amniocentesis
Polyhydramnios

 

Define Antenatal Care
List the aims and objectives of Antenatal care
Discuss the role of a nurse in providing antenatal care of a primigravida woman

 

Define normal new born
Explain the immediate care of the normal new born

 

Define Amenorrhoea
Explain the physiological changes during pregnancy.

 

 

SECTION – II

State whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE

Nullipara is a woman who has given birth to three or more children.
APGAR score is recorded after 30 minutes of birth
Induction of labour is deliberate initiation of labour
Dystocia is difficult labour

Choose the correct answer and write

Pseudomenstruation is seen in

New born
Antenatal mother
Postnatal mother

 

Ovarian pregnancy is due to

Bicornuate Uterus
Pelvic tuberculosis
Fertilization of Ovum in ovaries

 

Majority of the ectopic pregnancies are

Ovarian Pregnancies
Tubal Pregnancies
Cervical Pregnancies

 

Write short notes

Uterine Malformations
Menstrual cycle
Oxytocics
Pelvic  Abscess
Cord prolapse

 

Define Pregnancy Induced Hypertension
Explain the clinical manifestations of Pregnancy Induced Hypertension
Discuss the management of a patient with Pregnancy Induced Hypertension

 

Define Post partum Haemorrhage
Explain the types of Post partum Haemorrhage
Discuss the management of a mother with Post Partum  Harmorrhage

 

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Midwife
Lightening
Presentation
Vernix caseosa

 

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Intermittent painless uterine contractions are called ……………
The process by which the reproductive organs return to the pregravid sate is called …………………..
……………………… sign is made out by feeling increased pulsation in lateral vaginal fornices
…………………… is the first stool of the baby

 

Write short notes

Antenatal advices
Foetal skull and its diameter
Advantages of breast feeding
Preparation of a woman for labour
Minor disorders in pregnancy

 

Define fertilization
What are the abnormalities of placenta
Write in detail about functions of placenta

 

What is Puerperium?
Write in detail the postnatal care for a primi mother after labour upto 10 days

 

 

SECTION – II

Write whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE

Implantation of placenta in the lower uterine segment is called Abruptio placenta
Bandi’s ring is seen near symphysis pubis
Labour which exceeds 10 hours is called prolonged labour
Destructive operations are done only when the foetus is dead

 

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Inflammation of the breast is called …………..
Absence of menstruation is called ………………….
Inflammation of fallopian tube is called ……………..

 

Write short notes

Thrombophlebitis
Types of caesarian section
Uterine prolapse
Puerperal psychosis
Responsibility of the nurse when oxytocin is administered

 

What is Hysterectomy?
List the indication for Hysterectomy
Write the pre and post operative nursing care of a woman posted for Hysterectomy

 

What is post partum Haemorrhage?
Write the difference between atonic and traumatic PPH
Explain the management for atonic  PPH and traumatic PPH

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Chorion
Colostrums
Embryo
Lie

 

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…………………. Suture lies between the two parietal bones
The normal weight if the placenta is ………………….
…………………….. is the dark line running from symphysis pubis to umbilicus during pregnancy
………………… is the discharge from the uterus following childbirth

 

Write short notes

Episiotomy
Amniotic fluid
Immediate care of new born
Antenatal advice
Minor ailments during puerperium and its management

 

Define Mechanism of labour
Explain the mechanism of normal labour

 

What is pre term baby?
What are the clinical features of a pre term baby?
Explain the nursing management of a pre term baby

 

SECTION – II

Write whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE

Atonic uterus is one of the causes of PPH
Absence of menstruation is known as menopause
Salpingitis is the inflammation of the Fallopian tube
Oxytocin is the drug used for the suppression of lactation

 

Choose the correct answer and write

Labour is termed as precipitate labour if it occurs within

06 hours
1 – 2 hours
08 hours

 

The organ which is affected first in IUGR is

Brain
Liver
Bones

 

The destructive operation performed in hydrocephalus to save the life of the

Decapitation
Craniotomy
Cliedotomy

 

Write short notes

Contracted Pelvis
Polyhydramnios
Retained placenta
Carcinoma of the cervix

 

Define Uterine prolapse
List the causes, signs and symptoms of uterine prolapse
Explain the nursing management of mother with uterine prolapse

 

Define Breech presentation
Explain the causes and types of Breech presentation

 

Define postpartum haemorrhage
Explain the types and nursing management of mother with Postpartum haemorrhage

 

SECTION – I

Write the meaning of the following

Eutocia
Gravida
Hysterectomy
Parturition

 

Fill in the blanks

……………… is the condition called excessive liquor amni
……………… is the opening of atrial septum in fetal circulation
…………….. is the assessment of newborn wellbeing
Cerviprim is used for ………………

 

Write short notes

Management of Hyperemesis Gravidarum
Placenta
Genetic Counselling
Twin Pregnancy
Causes of Cephalo-pelvic disproportion (CPD)
Types of Pelvis

 

Define Infertility
List the causes of infertility
List the diagnoses and management of infertility

 

Define Ectopic pregnancy
List the signs & symptoms of ectopic pregnancy
Explain in detail the nurses role in the management of ectopic  pregnancy

 

SECTION – II

State whether the following is TRUE or FALSE

Craniotomy is a destructive operation
Hydrocephalus is excessive collection of cerebrospinal fluid
To prevent neural tube defect folic acid is given
Normal fetal heart sound is 140 – 160 beat per minute

Choose the correct answer from the following

Excessive salivation during pregnancy is called as

Pica
Ptyalism
Heart burn

 

Mucous plug of vagina during pregnancy is called

Operculum
Show
Lochia

 

Magnesium Sulphate is a drug of choice for

Heart disease
Kidney Disease
Eclampsia

 

Write short notes

Postnatal psychosis
Family planning methods
Uterine inertia
Apgar score
Induction of labour
Fetal Circulation

 

Define Dystocia
List the causes of Dystocia
Explain the management of a mother with mal presentation

 

Define Antenatal care (ANC)
List the investigations of ANC
Explain in detail about ANC care

 

Define Post Partum Haemorrhage
List the causes for PPH
Write in detail about management of PPH

 

Define Episiotomy
Types & indications for episiotomy
Explain the perineal care

 

SECTION –I

Give the meaning of the following

Anterior fontanellae
Colostrum
Lie
Lochia

 

Fill in the blanks

Excessive liquor amni is called as …………….
The first fetal movement which is felt by the mother is known as …………..
The normal length of newborn baby is …………. Cm
The normal weight of placenta is …………………

Write short notes

Physiological changes of pregnancy
Puerperium
Hyperemesis gravidarum
Immediate care of the new born
Types of episiotomy
Vital statistics in relation to maternal health in India

 

Define antenatal care
List the objectives of antenatal care
Explain the antenatal care given to the mother during pregnancy

 

Define labour
List out the stages of labour
Explain in detail about 2nd stage of Labour

 

SECTION – II

State whether the following is TRUE or FALSE

Per vaginal examination is contraindicated in placenta previa
Craving towards unnatural food substances during pregnancy is called Pica
Less than 500 ml of amniotic fluid in amniotic sac during pregnancy is known as polyhydramnios
According to WHO Hemoglobin (Hb%) level less than 10gm/dl during pregnancy is regarded as anaemia

 

Choose the correct answer from the following

Precipitate labour means when combined duration of first and second stage labour is less than

4 hours
2 hours
6 hours

Manual removal of placenta is done under

Spinal anaesthesia
General anesthesia
Local anesthesia

Normal fetal heart rate is

80 – 120 per minute
120 – 160 per minute
140 – 180 per minute

 

Write short notes

Fetal circulation
Oxytocic drug
Puerperial psychosis
Induction of labour
Medical termination of Pregnancy
Destructive operations

 

Define Postpartum haemorrhage
List out the causes, signs and symptoms of Post partum haemorrhage
Explain the Medical and Nursing Management of a patient suffering from Post partum haemorrhage

 

Define multiple pregnancy
List out the cause, signs and symptoms of multiple pregnancy
Explain the antenatal management of multiple pregnancy

 

Define Infertility
List out the causes of male and female infertility
Explain the treatment available under assisted reproductive technology

 

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