NURSING MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1. What is the dose of paracetamol in children?
(a)  5 mg/kg of body weight
(b)  15 mg/kg of body weight
(c)  25 mg/kg of body weight
(d)  30 mg/kg of body weight
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2. In ‘Gastroschisis ‘
(a) the cord is inserted on the top of the sac
(b) the gut lies outside the abdomen without a covering sac
(c) the sac covers the gut or liver lying outside the abdominal cavity
(d)  None of these statements is true
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3. Which of the following are the sources of infection of plague?
(a)  Infected fleas, cases of bubonic plague and poor environmental status
(b)  Infected rodents, cases of septicaemic plague and poor environmental status
(c)  Infected rodents, cases of bubonic plague, septicaemic plague and poor environmental status
(d)  Infected rodents, fleas and cases of pneumonic plague
Answer:

4. Bell’s  Palsy is
(a) usually bilateral
(b) usually associated with normal nerve conduction studies in early stages
(c) presenting feature of acoustic neuroma

(d) associated with herpetic vesicles in ipsilateral ear
Answer:

5. Which one of the following infections is mainly responsible for recurrent exacerbation
of COAD in elderly?
(a) Rota virus
(b) Mycobacterium tuberculosis
(c) Staphylococcus aureus
(d) Haemophilus influenza
Answer: