Paper V – General Nursing in Homoeopathy

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Question Paper Year 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 Model, 2009, 2010

NOVEMBER 2005
Paper V: – GENERAL NURSING
Time: Two Hours        Maximum: 100 Marks
Draw Diagrams wherever necessary
1. Define the following

  • a. Specimen
  • b.Nursing
  • c.Infusion
  • d.Enema
  • e.RigorMortis   (5 Marks)

2. Differentiate between

  • a. Bradypnea — Tachypnea

B.Incontinence of Urine– Retention of Urine

  • c. Records—Reports
  • d.Hypoxia –Hypoxemia
  • e.Haemoptysis– Hemet emesis    (10 Marks)

3. Write the normal values

  • A.Haemoglobin Level
  • B.Blood Pressure
  • C.Urine Output per Day
  • D. Salt intake per day
  • E.Protein Intake per Day  (5 Marks)

4. List the following

  • A. Four types of Enema
  • B.Four Tests Done on Urine
  • C.Four Rights of Administration of Medicines
  • D.Four Complications of Unconscious Patient
  • E.Four Complications of IV infusion   (20 Marks)

5. Write briefly on

  • A. Care of the body after death
  • B.Principles of dietetics
  • C.Routes of Medicine Administration
  • D.Prevention of complications of urinary catheterization
  • E.Types of feeding used in patients    (15 Marks)

6. Give reasons for the following 4

  • A. Stomach wash is contra indicated in Acid Poisoning.
  • B. Specimens should be sent to Lab as early as possible
  • C. Oxygen is passed through water before giving to the patient.
  • D. Oral temperature is contra indicated in children
  • E. Mouth V/ash is contra indicated in unconscious patients  (10 Marks)

7. Fill in the Blanks.

  • a. Inflammation of Tongue is known as..——
  • B.Blood in the urine is termed as——
  • C.Presence of albumin in the Urine is…
  • D.Enema given for cleaning purpose is ——
  • E.Passing oxygen through water is termed as —–  (5 marks)

8. Write Nurses responsibilities on the following situation

  • a. Patient with tube feeding
  • b.Patient with incontinence of urine
  • c. Patient with unconsciousness
  • d. Patient with convulsion
  • e. Collecting urine for culture & sensitivity
  • f. Patient with dyspnoea    (30 Marks)

NOVEMBER 2006
Paper V: – GENERAL NURSING

Time: Two Hours        Maximum: 100 Marks
Draw Diagrams wherever necessary
1.Define the following:

  • a) Hemoptysis.
  • b) Nursing.
  • c) Stomatitis.
  • d) Hyperthermia
  • e) Disinfection.   (10 Marks)

2.Differentiate between:

  • a) injection- Infusion.
  • b) Antenatal Care —- Postnatal Care.
  • c) Incontinence of urine- Retention of urine
  • d Aphasia- Asphyxia.
  • e) Albuminuria- Hematuria.   (5×3= 15 marks)

III. Write the normal values:

  • a) Protein intake per day.
  • b) Oxygen flow rate.
  • c) Body temperature.
  • d) Total WBC Count.
  • e) Blood Potassium level.  (5×1= 5marks)

IV. List the following:

  • a) Four features of death.
  • b) Four rig of administration of medicines.
  • c) Four complications of unconscious patient.
  • d) Four types of enema.
  • e) Pour rules of bandaging.   (20 Marks)

V. Write briefly on:

  • a) Intake and Output chart.
  • b) Urine test for Albumin.
  • c) Care of the body after death.
  • d) Immunization Schedule.
  • e) Diet in Oedema.   (5marks)

VI. Give reasons for the following:

  • a) Never manipulate the oxygen cylinder while the nasal catheter is in nostril.
  • b) Wipe from center to periphery in clean wound.
  • c) Expel air from Hot water bag after filling it with water.
  • d) Positions are frequently changed in unconscious patients.
  • e) Never take Oral temperature immediately after hot drinks by the patient.   (5×2=10marks)

VII. Fill in the blanks:

  • a) Albumin in urine is __________
  • b) Vomiting of blood is ____________
  • c) Difficulty in breathing is _______
  • d) Absence of urine production is
  • e) Passing of Acetone in urine is________ (5 marks)

VIII. Write the Nurses Responsibilities in the following situations:

  • a) Feeding through Ryle’ s tube.
  • b) Patient with IV Infusion.
  • c) Administering Oxygen.
  • d) Collecting sputum for examination.
  • e) Patient with Fever.
  • f) Patient with snakebite.    (6×5=3Omarks)

MAY 2007
Paper V: – GENERAL NURSING

Time: Two Hours        Maximum: 100 Marks
Draw Diagrams wherever necessary

1. Define the following.

  • a. Hypoxia.
  • b. Blood pressure
  • c. Malena
  • d. Anaemia
  • e. Epistaxis       (5 x 1 = 5)

II. Differentiate between the following.

  • a. Haemoptysis- Haemetemesis.
  • b. Oliguira- Polyuria
  • c. Active exercise –  Passive exercise
  • d. Systolic pressure –  Diastolic pressure
  • e. True crisis- False crisis                          (5 x 3 = 15)

III. Fill in the blanks.

  • a. Amount of urine excreted normally in 24hrs is…………….
  • b. Florence Nightingale was born on……………
  • c. Inflammation of oral cavity is called as…………….
  • d. Rice water stool is found in disease………….
  • e. Difference between systolic  B.P. & Diastolic B.P. is termed as———–  (5×1=5)

VI. Write the normal values.

  • a. Serum Na level
  • b. Haemoglobin
  • c. Color of Urine
  • d. Pulse rate in adults.
  • e. Blood sugar                 (5×1=5)

V. Write short notes on the following.

  • a. Complications of neglected mouth
  • b. Care of patient with fever
  • c. Urine test for sugar
  • d. Care of hair
  • e. Rights of medicine administration.
  • f. Immunization schedule      (6 x 4 = 24)

VI.Give reasons.

  • a. Body should he kept in proper position soon after death.
  • b. It is not advisable to have bath soon after meals.
  • c. Plenty of oral fluids are given to patients with diarrhoea
  • d. Patient is positioned in head elevated before Ryle’s tube feeding.
  • e. 1/0 chart is maintained for a patient with renal failure.              (5 x 2 = 10)

VII. Write the nurse’s responsibilities in the following.

  • a. Care of an unconscious patient.
  • b. Hot water bag application.
  • c. Care of patient on Foley’s catheter
  • d. Prevention of constipation
  • e. Collecting urine for culture
  • f.  Administration of blood transfusion      (6×530)

VIII. Name the following.

  • a. The standard instrument to measure B.P.
  • b. Difficulty in swallowing.
  • c. Condition of offensive breath
  • d. Bluish discoloration of skin & mucus membrane
  • e. Difficulty in passing urine
  • f.  Drugs used to treat fever.            (6 x 1 = 6)

December 2009
 MODEL EXAMINATION. DEC:2009.
PAPER.V .GENERAL NURSING.

Time: 2 hours       Answer Sections Separately.             Maximum Marks 100

PART-A
Define the following:

  • a. Nursing              b. Dyspnoea         c. Anuria,
  • d. Glositis               e. Infection .         ( 5×1=5marks)

II. Differentiate between:

  • a. Hypoxia—–Hypoxemia .
  • b. Hypothermia—–Hyperthermia.  –
  • c. Hemiplegia—–Paraplegia.
  • d. Haematamesis—–Haemoptysis.
  • e. Disinfection—-Sterilization.           (5×2 =10marks)

 III. Write the normal values.

  • a. Hb Level.          b. Pulse rate per minute
  • c. Serum Sodium level.
  • d. Oxygen flow rate             e. Salt intake per day.                         (5×1=5marks)

IV. List the following.

  • a. Four Complications of Neglected Mouth. b. Four Complications of Bedridden patients. c. Four Features of Fever.
  • d. Four types of Abnormal Respiration.
  • e. Four types of Beds..        (5×4=20marics)

V.Give Reasons for the following.

  • a. Never take oral temperature in unconscious patients.
  • b. Wipe the thermometer from the bulb to the stem before taking temperature. c. Increase fluid intake during Fever.
  • d. Never use thumb for taking pulse
  • e. Restrict salt in patients with oedema.          (5×2=10marks)

PART-B.

I. Write briefly on:

  • a. Urine Sugar Chart.
  • b. Diet during Fever.            .
  • c. Urine Test for Sugar.       (5×3=15marks)

II. Fill in the blanks.

  • a. Presence of sepsis in blood is —– _
  • b. Presence of Blood in urine is —————.
  • c. Normal Respiration is known as————–.
  • d. Paralysis of one extremity is ————–¬
  • e. Inflammation of Tongue is —————      (5xl=-5marks)

III. Write 5 Nurse’s Responsibilities in the following situations.

  • a. Patient with Oedema.
  • b. Patient with Dyspnoea.
  • c. Patient with Fever.
  • d. Patient with Retention of urine.
  • e. Patient with Hypertension.¬
  • f. Patient with Diabetes  .   (6×5=30marks)

 October  2009
PAPER V-GENERAL NURSING

Time : 2 hours      (Maximum marks :100)
[Note :    Part A and B should be answered -in separate answer sheets]

PART.A

I.  Define the following :

  • 1. Nursing
  • 2. Pulse 3. Infection
  • 4. Rigor
  • 5.Dysphagia.                        (5 x 1 = 5)

II. Differentiate between the following :

  • 1. Dyspnoea –  Orthopnoca
  • 2. Medical asepsis – Surgical asepsis
  • 3. Anti emetics  – Sedatives
  •  4. True crisis . – False crisis
  • 5. Sign-  – Stridor (5 x 3 = 15)

III. Fill in the blanks :

  • 1.Differentiate apical pulse and radial pulse is termed as ……………..
  • 2. Total cessation of breathing is termed as  …….:……………:..
  • 3. Lack of O2 in tissue is termed as….,………..
  • 4. Bluish  discoloration of skin and mucous membrane is termed as……….:…
  • 5. Rice water stool is found in…………….           (5 x 1 = 5)

IV.   Write the normal value :

  • 1. Pulse pressure
  • 2. Blood cholesterol
  • 3. Serum K’ level
  • 4. Bleeding time
  • 5. Specific gravity of urine. (5 xl = 5)

PART. B

V.  Write short notes on the following :

  • 1. Admission of a patient.
  • 2. Factors affecting blood pressure.
  • 3. Care of body after death.
  • 4; Urine test for sugar.
  • 5. Comfort devices.
  • 6. Classification of enema.    (6x 4 =24)

VI . Give reasons :

  • 1. Hand should be washed before doing any procedure.
  • 2. Insulin should not be given by mouth.
  • 3: Thumb should not be used to feel the pulse.
  • 4. Body should. be kept straight- soon after death.
  • 5. Need for frequent oral hygiene in a patient with fever.                (5 x 2 —- 10)

V. Write the nurses responsibilities in the following:

  • 1. Recording the vital signs.
  • 2. Care of unconscious patient
  • 3. Administration of oxygen:
  • 4. handling a sterile
  • 5. Administration of  IVfluids.              (6 x 5 = 30)

VIII .  Name the following:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Lack of sleeping
  • Difficulty is passing urine
  • Maintains of internal environment
  • Reduction in blood pH below normal
  • Difficulty in swallowing      (6 x 1 = 6)

 January  2010
PAPER V-GENERAL NURSING

[Time : 2 hours    Maximum marks: 100
[Note :    Part-A and Part-B should be answered in separate answer books]

PART-A
I Define the following:

  • 1. Profession
  • 2. Nosocomial infection
  • 3. Pulse deficit
  • 4. Oliguria
  • 5. Insomnia. .       (5 x 2 =10)

II Differentiate between the following:

  • 1. Percussion – Auscultation
  • 2. Dysuria  – Nocturia
  • 3. Crisis – Lysis
  • 4. Anoxia  – Anorexia
  • 5. Antigen – Antibody  (5 x 2 =10)

III Fill in the blanks :

  • l. Alternate expansion and recoiling  and of an artery  is termed as……………….
  • 2. Difficulty in swallowing , ……………………..
  • 3. Involuntary passage of urine is termed as……………. +~
  • 4. Inflammation of oral cavity is known as…………….
  • 5. Difference between systolic BP and diastolic BP is termed as…~………..  (5 x 1 = 5)

IV. Write the normal value:

  • 1.  Hb in males. 2. Cardiac output 3. SGOT 4.    Duration of cardiac cycle..¬
  • 5.  Serum Na+.                          (5 xl = 5)

V. Write short notes on the following:

  • 1. Principles of body mechanics.
  • 2. Tepid sponge.
  • 3. Care of pt unit after discharge.
  • 4. Care of a dying person.
  • 5. Five rights of medicine administration. f
  • 6. Immunization schedule     (6x 4 = 24)

PART-B

VI.  Give reason:

  • 1. Salt is added to ice before ice cap application.
  • 2. Fresh specimen should be send to the laboratory.
  • 3. A patient needs to be completely relaxed before taking blood pressure.
  • 4: Respiratory rate is increased soon after exercise.
  • 5. Hot water bag is inflated with air while storing.             (5 x 2 = 10)

VII. Write the nurses responsibilities in the following :

  • 1. Admission of a patient
  • 2. Clinical record of a patient
  • 3. Management of patient with fever
  • 4. Care of patient suffering from pain.
  • 5. Caring of a patient with foley’s catheter.
  • 6. Rehabilitation of a patient.               (6 x 5 = 30)

VIII. Name the following:

  • 1. Drug used to treat fever.
  • 2. Difficulty in laboured breathing
  • 3: Any agent that inhibit growth of bacteria.
  • 4. Infection of the body by pus forming bacteria.
  • 5. Increased respiratory rate.
  • 6. State of suffocation.    (6 x 1=6)

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