Medical Surgical Nursing questions and notes
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Medical Surgical Nursing Important Questions, P.C. or P.B. BSC First Year Nursing, based on INC syllabus and RGUHS  

Medical Surgical Nursing Important Questions, P.C. or P.B. BSC First Year Nursing based on INC AND RGUHS

LONG ESSAYS


  1. Explain the clinical features of diabetes mellitus. Enlist the nursing diagnosis and nursing interventions
  2. Management of fractures
  3. Cirrhosis of liver and its complications
  4. Define and classify cerebro vascular accident. Describe the pathophysiological changes with clinical manifestation.
  5. Define burns and state its classification. Discuss pathophysiology with clinical manifestations
  6. Discuss the causes and risk factors of COPD, with pathophysiological changes. Management of COPD
  7. Define shock and explain the stages of shock with clinical manifestations
  8.  Pathophysiology and clinical manifestations of myocardial infarction.
  9.  Define cerebro vascular accident. List the causes of ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke
  10.  Define bronchial asthma. Nursing management
  11.  Describe the classification, clinical manifestation and management of diabetes mellitus
  12.  Define epilepsy. List and explain the classification of seizures. Discuss the nurse’s responsibilities
  13.  Define asthma. Explain pathophysiology and nursing management
  14.  Define glaucoma. List the types of glaucoma. List the surgical approaches and management
  15.  Define and classify shock. Explain management of patient in hypovalemic shock
  16.  Define fracture. List different types of fractures. Nursing care
  17.  Define hemiplegia. Management of hemiplegia
  18.   Intestinal obstruction and management
  19.  Burns and management
  20.  Hypertension
  21.  Pneumonia
  22.  Acute renal failure
  23.  Define peptic ulcer. Difference between peptic and duodenal ulcer.


 

SHORT ESSAYS

  1. Nephrotic syndrome
  2. Myxoedema
  3. Cardiogenic shock
  4. Rehabilitation in COPD
  5. Principle of an Intensive Care Unit
  6. Complications of burns
  7. Care of an unconscious patient
  8. Care of a patient undergoing radiotherapy
  9. Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
  10.  Shock and its management
  11. Poisoning and its first aid management
  12.  Pleural effusion
  13.  Fluid and electrolyte imbalances
  14.  Diabetes mellitus
  15.  Ischemic heart disease
  16.  Surgical approaches of peptic ulcer
  17.  AIDS
  18.   Explain the pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus
  19.  What are the different stages of epileptic attack
  20.   Management of pulmonary tuberculosis
  21.  Mode of transmission of hepatitis B virus and prevention
  22.  What is lithotripsy. What are the different techniques of lithotripsy
  23.  Define anemia. Management of iron deficiency anemia
  24.  Define peptic ulcer disease and difference between gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer
  25.  Cardiaogenic shock
  26.  Psoriasis
  27.  Osteoarthritis
  28.  Respiratory arrest
  29.  Management of pain
  30.  Infective hepatitis
  31.  Raynaud’s disease
  32.  Corpulmonale
  33.  Nephritic syndrome
  34.  Nurse’s responsibilities before, during and after blood transfusion
  35.  Pathophysiology of congestive cardiac failure
  36.  Health education for a patient hepatitis
  37.  Complications of diabetes mellitus
  38.  Stages of bone healing
  39.  Haemodialysis
  40.  Tracheostomy care
  41.  Surgical measures for cataract
  42.  Diagnostic measures in pulmonary tuberculosis
  43.  Care of unconscious patient
  44.  Treadmill test
  45.  Complications of hypertension
  46.  Benign prostatic hyperplasia
  47.  Diabetes insipedis
  48.  Bone healing
  49.  Cirrhosis of liver
  50.  Mammography
  51.  Water seal chest drainage
  52.  Nursing management of patient with shock
  53.  Leukemia
  54.  Tracheostomy
  55.  Cataract
  56.  Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty
  57.  Colostomy
  58. Management of diabetes mellitus
  59.  Risk factors of coronary artery disease
  60.  Acidosis
  61.  Arrhythmias
  62.  COPD
  63.  Radiotherapy
  64.  Malaria
  65.  Thyroid crisis
  66.  Leukemia
  67.  Tonsillitis
  68.  Nurse responsibilities in blood transfusion
  69.  Nurses role in cancer chemotherapy
  70.  Postural drainage
  71.  Acute renal failure
  72.  Pancreatitis
  73.  Management of snake bite
  74. Care of patient on intercostals drainage
  75.  Nursing management of pain
  76.  Thyroid crisis
  77.  Equipments in an ICU
  78.  Sub acute bacterial endocarditis
  79.  Haemodialysis
  80.  Diabetic diet
  81.  Cushings syndrome
  82.  Herpes zoster
  83.  Cardiac arrest
  84.  Peptic ulcer
  85.  End stage renal disease
  86. Colitis
  87.   Pleural effusion
  88.  Hypophysectomy
  89.  Prolapsed disc
  90.  Amputation
  91.  Scabies
  92.  Cardio pulmonary resuscitation
  93.  Lung abscess
  94.  Broncho dilators
  95.  Surgical management of renal calculi
  96.  Puva therapy
  97.  Dialysis 
  98.  Bronchiectasis and its management
  99.  Brain tumor


 


SHORT ANSWERS


  1. Pneumothorax
  2. Digitalis toxicity
  3. Cardiac tamponade
  4. Standard precautions
  5. Epistaxis
  6. Types of arrhythmias
  7. Osteroporosis
  8.  Management of renal calculi
  9. Complications of tonsillectomy
  10.  Tetany
  11.  Cardiac monitors
  12.  Benign prostatic hypertrophy
  13.  Pneumonia
  14.  Hypertensive crisis
  15.  Types of anaesthesia
  16.  Hemorrhoids
  17.  Urinary incontinence
  18.  Traction
  19.  Pacemaker
  20.  Inflammation
  21.   Differentiate between cardio version and defibrillation
  22.  What is thalassemia
  23.  What is dumping syndrome.
  24.  List the types of cataract
  25.  What is otosclerosis
  26.  What is acute adrenal insufficiency
  27.   Differentiate between azotemia and uremia
  28.  List the diagnostic measures in osteoporosis
  29.  What is pap smear
  30.  List the clinical manifestations in endocarditis
  31.   Diuretics
  32.  Dyspnoea
  33.  Hiatus hernia
  34.  Dengue fever
  35.  Goiter
  36.  Infertility
  37.  Epispadiasis
  38.  Pericarditis
  39.  Hemorrhoids
  40.  Endoscopy
  41.  Amputation
  42.  Types of shock
  43.  Causes of blindness
  44.  Types of aphasia
  45.  Quinsy
  46.  Paraplegia
  47.  Chorea
  48.  Cholecystitis
  49.  Haemophilia
  50.  Emphysema
  51. Scalds
  52.  Prosthetic valves
  53. Purpura
  54.  Phenyntoin
  55. Incontinence
  56. Defibrillation
  57. Cardiac marker s
  58. Pulse oxymetry
  59. Anal fistula
  60.  Euthyroid
  61. Haemophilia
  62. Tonometry
  63. Diarrhea
  64. Endoscopy
  65. Electro encephalo gram
  66. Hepatitis
  67. Anal fissure
  68. Arthritis
  69. Antacids
  70. Electro cardiogram (ECG)
  71. Pemphigus
  72. Subluxation
  73. Fistula
  74. Emphysema
  75. Ophthalmic drugs
  76. Aneurysm
  77. Pyurea
  78. Fever
  79. Incontinence
  80. Emphysema
  81. Anal fissure
  82. Angina
  83. Glaucoma
  84.  Atelectasis
  85. Phantom limb
  86. Cause of cardiac arrest
  87. Breath sounds
  88.  Types of CVA
  89. Complications of blood transfusion
  90. Antiepileptic drugs
  91. Types of fractures
  92. Status Asthamaticus
  93. Types of Traction
  94. Pheochromacytoma
  95.  Intractable pain
  96. Fissure in ANO
  97.  Prosthesis
  98. Anasarca
  99. Seizure
  100. Tetany
  101.      Hemorrhoids
  102. Myopia
  103.  Iron deficiency anemia
  104.  Percentage of burns
  105. Goiter
  106. Bursitis
  107. Prevention of urinary tract infection
  108. Pap smear
  109. Purpura
  110. Streptokinase
  111.  Chicken pox
  112.  Portal hypertension
  113. Vesico vaginal fistula
  114. Reconstructive surgery
  115. Mannitol