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FCT School of Nursing Past Questions and Answers

FCT School of Nursing Past Questions and Answers

FCT School of Nursing Past Questions and Answers

Here are 20 multiple-choice questions related to nursing. I have provided options for each question and indicated the correct answer with "(Correct)".

Which organ is responsible for producing insulin?

a) Liver
b) Kidney
c) Pancreas (Correct)
d) Stomach

What is the normal range for blood pressure in adults?

a) 80/60 mmHg
b) 120/80 mmHg (Correct)
c) 160/100 mmHg
d) 200/120 mmHg

What is the proper technique for hand hygiene?

a) Rub hands together quickly without water
b) Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds (Correct)
c) Use hand sanitizer without water
d) Wipe hands on a towel without washing

Which of the following is an example of an airborne disease?

a) Tuberculosis (Correct)
b) Influenza
c) Hepatitis B
d) Malaria

Which of the following is a symptom of dehydration?

a) Excessive urination
b) Increased thirst (Correct)
c) Cold and clammy skin
d) Elevated body temperature

What is the normal range for adult respiratory rate at rest?

a) 5-10 breaths per minute
b) 15-20 breaths per minute (Correct)
c) 30-40 breaths per minute
d) 50-60 breaths per minute

Which of the following is the correct order for the steps of the nursing process?

a) Assessment, Planning, Implementation, Evaluation (Correct)
b) Planning, Assessment, Evaluation, Implementation
c) Implementation, Planning, Assessment, Evaluation
d) Evaluation, Assessment, Planning, Implementation

What is the most appropriate position for a patient experiencing difficulty breathing?

a) Supine (lying flat on the back)
b) Prone (lying flat on the stomach)
c) Fowler's position (sitting up with backrest at 45-60 degrees) (Correct)
d) Trendelenburg position (head down, feet elevated)

Which of the following is a common side effect of opioid analgesics?

a) Hypertension
b) Bradycardia
c) Constipation (Correct)
d) Insomnia

What is the recommended way to administer eye drops?

a) Apply drops directly onto the cornea
b) Place drops onto the lower eyelid, avoiding the cornea (Correct)
c) Apply drops to the upper eyelid only
d) Spray drops into the eye from a distance

Which of the following is an appropriate nursing intervention for a patient with a fever?

a) Cover the patient with heavy blankets to induce sweating
b) Administer antipyretic medication as ordered (Correct)
c) Encourage the patient to avoid fluids
d) Apply cold packs to the patient's forehead

What is the recommended technique for preventing the spread of infection in healthcare settings?

a) Wearing gloves only when in direct contact with bodily fluids
b) Using hand sanitizer instead of handwashing
c) Adhering to proper hand hygiene practices (Correct)
d) Wearing a mask only when in close proximity to the patient

What is the normal range for fasting blood glucose level?

a) 60-100 mg/dL (Correct)
b) 120-150 mg/dL
c) 200-250 mg/dL
d) 300-350 mg/dL

Which of the following is an example of a communicable disease?

a) Diabetes
b) Cancer
c) HIV/AIDS (Correct)
d) Hypertension

What is the purpose of a Foley catheter?

a) Administering medication directly into the bladder
b) Monitoring blood pressure
c) Collecting urine (Correct)
d) Assisting with breathing

What is the recommended method for removing a soiled isolation gown?

a) Remove the gown from the front, rolling it inward (Correct)
b) Pull the gown over the head, inside out
c) Cut the gown off with scissors
d) Leave the gown on until assistance arrives

Which of the following is a symptom of hypoglycemia?

a) Excessive thirst
b) Slow, bounding pulse
c) Shaking and sweating (Correct)
d) Elevated blood pressure

What is the primary function of red blood cells?

a) Carrying oxygen (Correct)
b) Fighting infection
c) Filtering waste products
d) Producing hormones

Which of the following is an appropriate nursing intervention for a patient experiencing anxiety?

a) Encourage isolation and minimal social interaction
b) Administer a sedative without a physician's order
c) Provide a calm and supportive environment (Correct)
d) Dismiss the patient's concerns as insignificant

What is the correct ratio for performing chest compressions during CPR?

a) 10 compressions to 1 breath
b) 15 compressions to 2 breaths
c) 30 compressions to 2 breaths (Correct)
d) 5 compressions to 1 breath


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