Answer Key for UPNRHM – ANMs and Staff Nurse exam held on 27 January 2019 – Unofficial

UPNRHM Answer Key 2019: UPNRHM exam for staff nurse and ANMs has successfully held on 27 January 2019. We have come up with the answer key of UP NHM exam.

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UPNRHM Recruitment 2019Important Dates
Availability of Online Application Form18 Dec 2018
Last date of submission of online application form07 Jan 2019
Availability of Admit CardJan 2019
NHM UP 2019 Examination27 Jan 2019
Declaration of resultTo be Announced

Answer Key for UPNRHM – ANMs and Staff Nurse exam held on 27 January 2019 – Made by NANC Academy

1. the process of taking food into the digestive system is:

  • A. Ingestion
  • B. Propulsion
  • C. Digestion
  • D. Elimination

2. Substance that stimulate an acquired immunity response are called

  • A. Antigens
  • B. Antibodies
  • C. Complements 
  • D. Histamines

3. Loss of sense of smell is called as

  • A. Anhedonia
  • B. Anosmia
  • C. Anoxia
  • D. Aphasia

4. Which of the following is Not one of the four primary taste sensations?

  • A. Bitter
  • B. Sour
  • C. Salty
  • D. Spice

5. The strongest ligament in the body is

  • A. lliofemoral ligament
  • B. Lacunar ligament
  • C. Ligamentum flavum
  • D. Inguinal ligament

6. Major constituent of bone is

  • A. Calcium sulphate
  • B. Calcium phosphate
  • C. Magnesium sulphate
  • D. Sodium chloride

7. The site for needle prick in a neonate for blood glucose monitoring is:

  • A. Heel
  • B. Palm
  • C. Forearm
  • D. Leg 7

8. According to National Immunization schedule the first dose of OPV is given at?

  • A. Birth
  • B. 6 weeks
  • C. 9 months
  • D. 15 months 8

9. The focus of adolescent health according to RMNCHA + is all except

  • A. Strengthen ARSH clinic
  • B. Address teenage pregnancy
  • C. Menstrual hygiene
  • D. Cancer counseling

10. The minimum age at marriage for girls in India is 

  • A. 15 years
  • B. 18 years
  • C. 20 years
  • D. 21 years

11. The Iron and folic acid (IFA) tablet for adolescents is……..colored

  • A. Red
  • B. Blue
  • C. Black
  • D. Brown

12. What is the full form of MCTS?

  • A. Mother and Child Tracking System
  • B. Maternal and Child Teaching System
  • C. Mother and Child Teaching System
  • D. Mother and Child Treatment Schedule

13. Common symptoms of tuberculosis are, except

  • A. Cough for three weeks or more, sometimes with blood-streaked sputum
  • B. Fever, especially at night
  • C. Weight gain
  • D. Loss of appetite

14. How many Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are part of the 2030 agenda?

  • A. 17
  • B. 13
  • C. 14
  • D. 12

15. Full form of ASHA

  • A. Ayurveda, Siddha and Homeopathy
  • B. Array of Social Health Activates Actions
  • C. Accredited Social Health Activist
  • D. None of the above

16. Which of the following medicines should be given for management of dengue fever?

  • A. Aspirin
  • B. Ibuprofen
  • C. Paracetamol
  • D. NSAIDs

17. Usual concentration of Oxygen in the air is

  • A. 10%
  • B. 21%
  • C. 41%
  • D. 80%

18. World Health Day theme for 2018 was

  • A. Depression- Let’s talk
  • B. Universal health coverage: everyone everywhere
  • C. Aggression and Anger
  • D. none of the above

19. Maximum reservoir of blood is:

  • A. Veins
  • B. Aorta
  • C. Heart
  • D. Capillaries

20. Respiratory center is located at:

  • A. Cerebrum
  • B. Spinal cord
  • C. Medulla oblongata
  • D. None of the above

21. The part of Brain, which is responsible for the co — ordination of movement is:

  • A. Brain stem
  • B. Thalamus
  • C. Cerebellum
  • D. Hypothalamus

22. The space by which dura mater and vertebral wall is known as 

  • A. Cavity
  • B. Epidural
  • C. Subdural
  • D. Subarachnoid

23. Most of the absorption of fats occurs in the

  • A. Duodenum
  • B. Jejunum
  • C. Ileum
  • D. Caecum

24. National Rural Health Mission was launched in the year:

  • A. 2005
  • B. 2000
  • C. 2002
  • D. 2007

25. Surgical repair of hernia is:

  • A. Hernioplasty
  • B. Fistulectomy
  • C. Herniectomy
  • D. Laproscopy

26. During which stage of labor. placenta is delivered?

  • A. Stage 1
  • B. Stage 2
  • C. Stage 3
  • D. Stage 4

27. The outermost covering of the bones is:

  • A. Pericardium
  • B. Periosteum
  • C. Peritoneum
  • D. Perimetrium

28. The functional unit of kidney is:

  • A. Neuron
  • B. Nephron
  • C. Alveoli
  • D. Pleura

29. Which of the following is Vitamin 131?

  • A. Biotin
  • B. Riboflavin
  • C. Pyridoxine
  • D. Niacin

30. The only endocrine gland which can store its hormone is:  

  • A. Pituitary
  • B. Pancreas
  • C. Thyroid
  • D. Adrenal gland

31. Largest antibody is

  • A. IgG
  • B. IgA
  • C. IgM
  • D. IgE

32. For calculation of expected date of delivery, one needs to add 9 calendar months to the first day of last menstrual period and then also add

  • A. 2 days
  • B. 4 days
  • C. 6 days
  • D. 7 days

33. First step of nursing process is

  • A. Assessment
  • B. Diagnosis
  • C. Planning
  • D. Implementation

34. An abnormally slow breathing rate is called as

  • A. Bradypnea
  • B. Bradycardia
  • C. Tachypnea
  • D. Tachycardia

35. A toxin or other foreign substance that induces an immune response in the body is known as

  • A. Complement
  • B. Antigen
  • C. Antibody
  • D. All of the above

36. Tobacco addiction is caused due to

  • A. Cocaine
  • B. Caffeine
  • C. Nicotine
  • D. Histamine

37. Which of the following method is used to administer BCG vaccine?

  • A. Subcutaneous injection
  • B. Intradermal scratch injection
  • C. Intravenous injection
  • D. Z-track injection

38. All of the following are parameters to assess progress of labour, except:

  • A. Cervical Dilatation
  • B. Descent of Fetus
  • C. Fetal Heat Rate
  • D. Uterine Contractions

39. World AIDS day Is observed on

  • A. 1st December
  • B. 1st January
  • C. 5th March
  • D. 28th September

40. The procedure of removal and ligation of fallopiam tube is referred as:

  • A. Mastectomy
  • B. Vasectomy
  • C. Appendectomy
  • D. Tubectomy

41. The system of storing and transporting vaccines is formed:

  • A. Cold chain
  • B. Freezer chain
  • C. Cool chain
  • D. Vaccination

42. The difference between systolic and diastolic blood pressure is known as:

  • A. Pulse difference
  • B. Cardiac pressure
  • C. Systolic pressure
  • D. Pulse pressure

43. Deficiency of which vitamin causes Scurvy?

  • A. Vitamin A
  • B. Vitamin B
  • C. Vitamin C
  • D. Vitamin D

44. One of the major cause for cirrhosis of liver is:

  • A. Alcohol abuse
  • B. Drug abuse
  • C. Smoking
  • D. Viral hepatitis

45. In humans number of spinal nerves is

  • A. 28 pairs
  • B. 30 pairs
  • C. 31 pairs
  • D. 33 pairs

46. Which of the following type of fats is considered to be harmful to the body.

  • A. Cis fat
  • B. Trans fat
  • C. Poly unsaturated fall/ acids
  • D. Omega 3 fatty acid

47. Mitosis is a condition of

  • A. Cell breakdown
  • B. Cell division without reduction
  • C. Cell death
  • D. None of the above

48. Antibodies are produced by

  • A. Plasma cells
  • B. B Lymphocytes
  • C. Erythrocytes
  • D. Basophills

49. Protein factory in human cell is

  • A. Ribosome
  • B. Nucleus
  • C. Cytopiasm
  • D. Golgi apparatus

50. Gallbladder is located:

  • A. Below the liver
  • B. On right side of liver
  • C. On the left side of liver,
  • D. None of the above

51. Name of the tissue, which is widely and abundantly distributed in human body is:

  • A. Connective
  • B. Cartilaginous
  • C. Lymph
  • D. Muscular

52. Most important Nursing action for fracture healing?

  • A. Immobilization
  • B. Calcium supplement
  • C. Exercise
  • D. Antibiotics

53. The only class of immunoglobulin which is transported across the placenta is:

  • A. Ig G
  • B. Ig D
  • C. Ig K
  • D. Ig M

54. In ECG, the P wave represents:

  • A. Atrial depolarisation
  • B. Ventricular depolarisation
  • C. Ventricular repolarisation
  • D. Atrial repolarization

55. The act of deliberately ending a person’s life to relieve suffering is called.

  • A. Tort
  • B. Libel
  • C. Euthanasia
  • D. Suicide

56. Which of these is a possible side effect of birth control pills

  • A. Nausea
  • B. Headaches
  • C. Irregular bleeding
  • D. All of the above

57. Deficiency of which of the following neurotransmitters in the brain will cause alzheimer’s disease?

  • A. Acetylcholine
  • B. Serotonin
  • C. GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid)
  • D. Dopamine

58. Which of the following communication techniques should be avoided by nurses?

  • A. Belittling
  • B. Validating
  • C. Reflecting
  • D. Listening

59. IUCD stands for?

  • A. Intra-Urinary Communicable Disease
  • B. Intestinal Ulterior Contamination Detection
  • C. Intrauterine Contraceptive Device
  • D. None of the above

60. SAM stands for

  • A. Severe Acute Malnutrition
  • B. Severe Acute Meningitis
  • C. Severe Acquired Malnutrition
  • D. Sever Acquired Meningitis

61. Identify the incorrect statement regarding immunization in pregnant woman

  • A. Live vaccines are contraindicated in
  • B. Immunization against tetanus can be given
  • C. Tetanus immunization protect both
  • D. 3 dose of tetanus one in each mother and baby trimester is recommended

62. All among the following are principal movements occur during labor except

  • A. Engagement
  • B. Retraction
  • C. Crowning
  • D. Restitution

63. In which year for the first time MTP act legalized in India?

  • A. 1970
  • B. 1971
  • C. 1972
  • D. 1975

64. As per WHO post-partum hemorrhage is defined as blood loss of more than….. mL

  • A. 500
  • B. 1000
  • C. 1500
  • D. 2000

65. Mumps is a disease caused by

  • A. Virus
  • B. Bacteria
  • C. Fungus
  • D. Protozoa

66. Which of the following stages of labor would the nurse assess as “crowning”?

  • A. First stage
  • B. Second stage
  • C. Third stage
  • D. Fourth stage

67. Which one of the following is a major protein present in human milk?

  • A. Lactogen
  • B. Lactoglobulin
  • C. Casein
  • D. Lactose

68. Bartholin gland is found in:

  • A. Cervix
  • B. Ovary
  • C. Vagina
  • D. Uterus

69. Soft spot in the skull in between the sutures is known so

  • A. Attitude
  • B. vertex
  • C. Diameter
  • D. Fontanelle

70. Hansen’s disease is the other name of –

  • A. Malaria
  • B. Cholera
  • C. Tuberculosis
  • D. Leprosy

71. Snellen chart is used to assess defect in

  • A. Ear
  • B. Nose
  • C. Eye
  • D. Finger

72. Apgar score 9 means baby condition is

  • A. Good
  • B. Poor
  • C. Grace
  • D. Very poor

73. A decrease bone density is called

  • A. Osteoporosis
  • B. Osteornylitis
  • C. Joint stiffness
  • D. Arthritis

74. Most common diagnostic test performed in a child who is suspected to be suffering from meningitis is

  • A. MRI
  • B. X-Ray spine
  • C. CT scan
  • D. Lumbar puncture

75. Which of the following is vector borne disease?

  • A. HIV
  • B. Malaria
  • C. Chicken pox
  • D. Tuberculosis

76. The following diseases can be transmitted by water and food, except:

  • A. Hepatitis C
  • B. Hepatitis A
  • C. Cholera
  • D. Poliomyelitis

77. The other name of pertussis is

  • A. Rubella
  • B. Whooping cough
  • C. Rubeola
  • D. Diphtheria

78. Oral rehydration solution does not contain:

  • A. Sodium chloride
  • B. Calcium lactate
  • C. Bicarbonate
  • D. Glucose

79. Which of the following hormone causes nausea and vomiting in the first trimester?

  • A. Estrogen
  • B. Progesterone
  • C. Luteinizing hormone
  • D. HCG

80. Who is known as ‘Father of surgery’.

  • A. Charak
  • B. Sushruta
  • C. Hippocrates
  • D. Dhanwantari

81. T-tube drainage is used after the following surgical procedure-

  • A. Mastoidectomy
  • B. Cholecystectomy
  • C. Lobectomy
  • D. Colostomy

82. Following are the first line medications for TB except-

  • A. Isoniazid
  • B. Ethambutol
  • C. Cycloserine
  • D. Rifampicine

83. As a nurse, you should wear gloves for the following activities-

  • A. Starting an I.V. infusion
  • B. Giving the newborn a first bath
  • C. Changing a newborn’s diaper
  • D. All the above

84. The most frequent complication of mumps infection in young male child is-

  • A. Orchitis
  • B. Oophoritis
  • C. Peritonitis
  • D. Meningoencephalitis

85. 0.45% saline is a-

  • A. Isotonic solution
  • B. Hypotonic solution
  • C. Hypertonic solution
  • D. Semi isotonic solution

86. Excess urine output known as-

  • A. Hematuna
  • B. Polyuria
  • C. Proteniuria
  • D. Pyuria

87. Development of dot in the vein is known as-

  • A. Vasculitis
  • B. Spasm
  • C. Thrombosis
  • D. Stenosis

88. Short stature is a type of………disorder

  • A. Orthopedic
  • B. Cardiac
  • C. Metabolic
  • D. Psychiatric

89. Rice water stools are observed in:

  • A. Typhoid
  • B. Cholera
  • C. Food poisoning
  • D. Amebic dysentery

90. Anti-infective vitamin is

  • A. Vitamin A
  • B. Vitamin B
  • C. Vitamin C
  • D. Vitamin D

91. The main solute component of urine is:

  • A. Urea
  • B. Glucose
  • C. Agglutin
  • D. Urobilinogen

92. Which of the following cells are involved in bone resorption?

  • A. Chondrocytes
  • B. Osteoblasts
  • C. Osteoclasts
  • D. Osteocytes

93. Light ray entering the eyes are controlled by:

  • A. Pupil
  • B. Iris
  • C. Cornea
  • D. Lens

94. In Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) what kind of immunity lost?

  • A. Active immunity
  • B. Passive immunity
  • C. Humoral immunity
  • D. Cellular immunity

95. which of the following is a specific investigation to detect seizures?

  • A. CT scan
  • B. MRI scan
  • C. EEG
  • D. X-rays

96. Cellos fracture refers to the injury of:

  • A. Shoulder joint
  • B. Knee joint
  • C. Wrist joint
  • D. Elbow joint

97. Genetics is the study of:

  • A. Genes
  • B. hereditary
  • C. Variations
  • D. All of the above

98. Eating behavior is controlled by:

  • A. Hypothalamus
  • B. Adrenal glands
  • C. Pancreas
  • D. Thyroid

99. Greenish yellow color of amniotic fluid indicates:

  • A. Fetal distress
  • B. Rh incompatibility
  • C. Postmaturity
  • D. IUD

100. The most common site of ectopic pregnancy in fallopian tube is:

  • A. Ampulla
  • B. Isthmus
  • C. Fimbrial end
  • D. None of the above

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