Medical Surgical Nursing – II, BSC Nursing Third Year Important Questions, INC and RGUHS

 
ESSAY TYPE

  1. Explain the pathophysiology and clinical manifestations of burns. Describe the management of patient for the first 24 hours. List the complications of burns
  2. Define hemiplegia. What are the causes, signs and symptoms? Explain in detail the management of client with hemiplegia
  3. Define mastoiditis. List the causes of mastoiditis. Explain the post operative nursing management of patient who has mastoidectomy
  4. Define CCF. Write the clinical manifestations based on pathophysiological changes. Explain the medical and nursing management of a patient by using nursing process
  5. Define ASOM. Explain the pathophysiology of ASOM. Write the nursing management of patient based on two priority problems
  6. Define COPD. List the clinical manifestations of COPD. Write in detail about pathophysiology of COPD
  7. Describe the causes of bronchitis. Explain the medical and nursing management of a client with bronchitis.
  8. Define epilepsy. Discuss the stages of convulsions. Explain the nursing management of a client during a convulsive attack
  9. Define hemiplegia. What are the causes, signs and symptoms? Explain in detail the management of a client with hemiplegia
  10.  What are the causes of rheumatic heart disease? Enumerate the pathophysiological changes. Explain in detail the management of rheumatic heart disease.
  11.  Define Glaucoma. What are the causes explain in detail, medical, surgical and nursing management
  12.  What are the causes and signs and symptoms of glaucoma. Explain the treatment modalities. Explain he nurses role in rehabilitation.
  13.  Explain the etiological factors of respiratory failure. Describe the medial and nursing management of a client with respiratory failure
  14.  Define the term cerebrovascular accident CCVA. List the etiological factors and clinical manifestations of CVA.
  15.  Explain the pathophysiological changes in chronic suppurative otitis media. Describe the medical and nursing management of patient. List the complications of chronic suppurative otitis media
  16.  What is bronchial asthma. Explain pathophysiology and clinical manifestations in bronchial asthma. Describe the medical and nursing management of a patient with bronchial asthma
  17.  Define meningitis. List out the etiological factors of meningitis. Explain the pathophysiological basis of signs and symptoms of meningitis. Write in detail the nursing care plan for a patient with meningitis.
  18.  Discuss the risk factors, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations and the interventions during the acute phase of stroke. Write a note on the rehabilitative nursing interventions for a hemiplegic patient
  19.  Discuss the types, manifestations and the surgical procedures of otitis media. Explain the rehabilitation of a hearing impaired person
  20.  List the seven warning signs of cancer. Discuss the clinical manifestations and the chemotherapeutic intervention of acute leukemia. Write a note on bone marrow and stem cell transplantation
  21.  What is cataract. What are the clinical features and diagnostic measures. Explain the surgical and nursing management of cataract
  22.  Define myocardial Infarction. Enumerate etiology and risk factors of myocardial infarcation.
  23.  Enumerate the clinical features of head injury. List the complications of head injury. Explain the nursing management of head injury for first 48 hours
  24.  Define cataract. Discuss the surgical management of cataract. Explain the pre and post operative nursing management of patient
  25.  Define tonsillitis. List the causes and complications of tonsillitis. Explain the nursing management of a patient for the first 24 hours after tonsillectomy
  26.  List the warning signs of cancer. Briefly explain the modalities of treatment for patient with cancer. Explain the role of a nurse in palliative care
  27.  Enlist the types of brain tumors. Differentiate benign and malignant tumors of brain. Explain the pre and post operative management of client undergoing craniostomy surgery for removal of brain tumor
  28.  Discuss pathophysiology of EDH. Discuss the preparation of patient for craniotomy  and evacuation of EDH
  29.   What is tracheostomy. List the indications of tracheostomy. List the complications and nursing management of patient
  30.   Define CVA. Clinical manifestations based on pathophysiological changes. Write the nursing management
  31.  List the causes of RHD. Enumerate the pathophysiological changes. Explain in detail the management of RHD​


 
SHORT ESSAYS

  1. Tonsillitis
  2. Epistaxis
  3. Guilliain – Barre syndrome
  4. Infertility
  5. Describe the role of nurse in disaster management
  6. National blindness control program
  7. Psychosocial aspects of cancer
  8. Staffing norms in critical care units
  9. Ethical and legal aspects in critical care units
  10.  Types of deafness
  11.   Mastoiditis
  12.   Causes of blindness
  13.   Surgical approaches of Glaucoma
  14.   Pericarditis
  15.  Bronchiectasis
  16.  Nursing management of unconscious patient
  17.  Multiple sclerosis
  18.  Parkinson’s disease
  19.  Nursing management of a patient with epileptic seizures
  20.  Tracheostomy care
  21.  Rhinitis
  22.  Management of glaucoma
  23.  Cardiac tamponade
  24.  Mechanical ventilation
  25.  Pathophysiology of COPD
  26.  Levels of unconsciousness
  27.  Quadriplegia
  28.  Complications of PTB
  29.  Etiology of coronary artery disease
  30.  Foreign body in the eye
  31.  Otitis media
  32.  Laryngitis
  33.  Deviated nasal septum
  34.  Adenoiditis
  35.  Pharyngitis
  36.  Tonsillitis
  37.  Cystic lung
  38.  Cardiac arrest
  39.  Hypoxia
  40.  Nursing care of client with corneal injury
  41.  Inter costal drainage
  42.  Otosclerosis
  43.  Urethral stricture
  44.  Cystitis
  45.  Metroragia
  46.  Uterine displacement
  47.  Encephalitis
  48.  Mayasthenia gravis
  49.  Cardiac pace maker
  50.  Pharyngitis
  51.  Hearing aids
  52.  Complications of head injury
  53.  Prosthetic heart valves
  54.  Levels of unconsciousness
  55.  Risk factors of coronary artery disease
  56.  Cataract
  57.  Corneal transplantation
  58.  Deviated nasal septum
  59.  Glasgow coma scale
  60.  Intake and output chart
  61.  Corticosteroids
  62.  Cranial nerve examination
  63.  Crisis intervention
  64.  Impacted wax
  65.  Refractive errors
  66.  Psychosocial impact of serious burns
  67.  Cerebral angiography
  68.  Explain clinical features and management of glaucoma.
  69.  Explain the pre operative and post operative management of a patient with tonsillectomy
  70.  Explain the management of Menniers disease
  71.  Nursing management of patient with Pleural effusion
  72.  Causes and diagnostic evaluation in endocarditis
  73.  Clinical features and management of bronchial asthma
  74.   Nursing management of hemiplegia
  75.  Nursing care after Laminectomy
  76.  Nursing care of unconscious patient
  77.  Health education for a patient with epilepsy
  78.  Pathophysiology changes in glaucoma
  79.   Nursing management of a patient with tracheostomy
  80.  Steps of breast self examination
  81.  Chronic otitis media
  82.  Common side effects of chemotherapy and its management
  83.  Common health problems of the elderly and its management
  84.  Infection control in critical care unit
  85.  Causes and types of disaster
  86.  What are causes of meningitis
  87.  Explain the types of hearing loss
  88.  Explain the medical and nursing management of a client with parkinson’s disease
  89.  Define Dysmenorrhea. List the clinical manifestations and explain the management
  90.  Define contraception. Explain the spacing methods and permanent methods of contraception
  91.  Methods of infection control in critical care unit
  92.  List the types of radiotherapy and complications associated with it
  93.  What is a Snellen’s chart? Explain the types of refractive errors of eye
  94.  Explain the non pharmacological measures of pain reduction
  95.  Stem cell therapy
  96.  Clinical features of meningitis
  97.  Reconstructive surgeries
  98.  Post traumatic stress disorder
  99.  Food poisoning
  100.  Lumbar puncture
  101. Aphasias
  102. Injuries and infections of eye
  103. Endocarditis
  104. Cardiac catheterization
  105. Electrocardiogram
  106. Respiratory failure
  107. Drugs used in pulmonary tuberculosis
  108. Deviated Nasal Septum
  109. Drugs used in cardiology
  110. Level of unconsciousness
  111. Otosclerosis
  112. Retinal detachment
  113. Alzheimer’s  disease
  114. Permanent methods of sterilization
  115. Physical setup of critical care units
  116. Respiratory emergencies
  117. Principles of critical care nursing
  118. CPR – advance cardiac life support


 

SHORT ANSWERS

  1. Tympanic membrane perforation
  2. Delirium
  3. Cystocele
  4. Autograft
  5. Radiography
  6. Mantoux test
  7. Electroencephalography (EEG)
  8. Metrorrhagia
  9. Pathophysiology of multiple sclerosis
  10.  Implanted hearing devices
  11.  Quinsy
  12.  Eye irrigation
  13.  Intra Ocular Pressure
  14.  Emphysema
  15.  Adenoiditis
  16.  Snellen’s Chart
  17.  Epistaxis
  18.  Paraplegia
  19.  Brain Abscess
  20.  Aphasia
  21.   Arterial blood gas analysis
  22.  Home care of Ac. Pharyngitis
  23.  Defibrillation
  24.  Signs and symptoms of spinal cord compression
  25.  Complications of laryngitis
  26.  Indications of corneal transplant
  27.  Rehabilitation for blindness
  28.  Signs and symptoms of cardiac arrest
  29.  Pathophysiology of Atelectasis
  30.  Cerebrospinal fluid analysis
  31.  Endocarditis
  32.  Epilepsy
  33.  Aphasia
  34.  Emphysema
  35.  Atelectasis
  36.  Cerebral compression
  37.  Sinusitis
  38.  Myocarditis
  39.  Cataract
  40.  Cornea
  41.  Warning signs of carcinoma
  42.  Preoperative preparation of keratoplasty
  43.  Foreign body in ear
  44.  Local anesthetic agents
  45.  Role of surgery in carcinoma
  46.  Echo cardiogram
  47.  History taking
  48.  Scrubbing
  49.  Surgical asepsis pneumothorax
  50.  Intensive care records

  51.  Aphasia
  52.  Quadriplegia
  53.  Mantoux test
  54. Meningitis
  55.  Quinsy
  56.  Infections of eye
  57.  Digoxin
  58.  Tonometry
  59.   Amenorrhoea
  60.  Radiotherapy
  61.  Frost bite
  62.  Post traumatic stress disorder
  63.  Epistaxis
  64.  Audiogram
  65.  Infertility
  66.  TNM staging system
  67.  Neurogenic shock
  68.  Cushing’s ulcer (stress ulcers)
  69.  Types of meningitis
  70.  Components of Glasgow coma scale
  71.  Clinical features of cystic fibrosis
  72.  Define emphysema
  73.  Indications to measure central venous pressure (CVP)
  74.  Indications for Tread Mill Test (TMT)
  75.  How to remove foreign bodies from the eye?
  76.  Causes of Epistaxis
  77.  What is a Nasal polyp
  78.  List the cardinal features of meningitis
  79.  List the principles of critical care
  80.  Define infertility. List the causes
  81.  Hospice care
  82.  Dementia
  83.  Quadriplegia
  84.  Dysmenorrhoea
  85.  Peritonsillar abscess
  86. Define Pap smear. List the indications of PAP smear
  87. What is Stem Cell therapy
  88. What is Mammography and list the indications for Mammography
  89. The types of burns reconstructive surgeries
  90.  List the principles of critical care
  91. Mention any four anti epileptic drugs with the dosage
  92. What is Rectocele and Cystocele
  93. Any two formulas for fluid calculation in burns
  94.   Dementia
  95.  Defibrillation
  96. Increased ICP
  97. Eye banking
  98. Industrial health disorders
  99. Conjunctivitis
  100. Sinusitis
  101. Signs and symptoms of parkinson’s disease
  102. Fine needle aspiration
  103. Lumbar puncture
  104. Pre operative teaching
  105. Signs and symptoms of cardiac arrest
  106. Meniere’s disease
  107. Laryngeal obstruction
  108. Headache
  109. Chorea
  110. Toxic shock syndrome
  111. Immunotherapy
  112. Policies of critical care units
  113. Cognitive aspects of aging
  114. Paraplegia
  115. Emphysema


 

Medical Surgical Nursing II, important question for bsc nursing third year, INC syllabus and rguhs
nursing notes for bsc nurisng, p.b. bsc and msc and gnm nursing

Medical Surgical Nursing – II, BSC Nursing Third Year Important Questions, INC Syllabus and RGUHS