Unit Test - Bsc Nursing III Year (Subject : MSN - II)
ST.Mary's College of Nursing - Lucknow
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Staphylococcal infection of sebaceous glands of the eye lids is called
Name of the Student
It is the turning outward of the eyelids and usually the upper lid
It is the turning inward of the eyelids and usually the upper lid.
It is the turning outward of the eyelids and usually the lower lid.
It is the turning inward of the eyelids and usually the lower lid.
The following are appropriate nursing interventions after ear surgery EXCEPT:
Position the client on opposite side
Advice the client against watching TV or fast moving objects for few weeks post operatively.
Instruct the client not to blow the nose for at least 2 weeks.
Observe for signs and symptoms of 7th cranial nerve damage.
Which of these arteries is not a part of kisselbach’s plexus?
Greater palatine artery
Classification of glaucoma includes all, except
What is Trotter’s method of management of epistaxis?
Pinching of nose for 5-10 minutes
Patient made to sit, leaning a little forward over a basin to spit any blood, and breathe quietly from mouth.
Cauterization of bleeding vessels with silver nitrate
Anterior nasal packing
Sensorineural hearing loss is
Poor sound conduction
Poor cochlear or nerve function
Impairment in middle ear
None of the above
An employee at a chemical plant is splashed in the eye with a chemical. The priority nursing intervention is to:
Cover the eye with a gauge patch.
Place antibiotic ointment in the eye.
Rinse the eye continuously for 15 minutes.
Read the label on the chemical and call the emergency center.
The client with retinal detachment would least likely manifest which of the following signs and symptoms
Floating spots before the eyes
Pain in the eye
Flash of lights
Hyperopia is corrected by using
The surgical procedure which involves removal of eyeballs is
Which is the special technique done for the assessment of sinus?
Drainage of mucus
Palpation of sinus
Transillumination of sinus
Which of the following is true about glaucoma?
Central vision is lost initially, followed by peripheral vision
It is treated with mydriatics
The IOP is 14-21 mmHg
It is characterized by irreversible blindness
Extension of normal speech disfluencies
Interruption in the flow of speaking
Inability to speak
Inability to produce sound
The primary problem in cataract is
Blurring of vision
Halos around eyes
Loss of peripheral visions
Presence of floaters
Where the papillae is present?
On the surface of hard palate
On the surface of oral mucosa
On the surface of gums
On the dorsal surface of tongue
Cochlear implant is used in
Sensory neural deafness
Which sinus is not present at birth?
What is the main objective of FESS?
To enlarge the opening of maxillary sinus
To remove the damaged mucosa of sinus
To re-establish the sinus ventilation and mucocilliary clearance
To moisten the secretion
What is presbycusis
Autoimmune inner ear disease
Malformation of inner ear
Age related hearing loss
Impairment of vestibulocochlear nerve
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