1. Patients with acute myocardial infarction treated with thrombolytic   agents like streptokinase. The side effects that ...
c. Encourage patient to sleep    d. Relieve heart rate5. Immediate action if a patient is not breathing carotid pulse was ...
8. Aerobic exercise is one of the activities of a healthy lifestyle. Benefit for   heart is    a. Increase the level of HD...
a.     Pulmonary stenosis   b.     Ventricular septal defect   c.     Dextroposition of aorta   d.     Left ventricular hy...
b.    Inflammation of lung tissues       c.    Increased pulmonary pressure       d.    Injury in upper respiratory tract ...
a. Diplegia   b. Paraplegia   c. Hemiplegia   d. Quadriplegia19. Patients with infective endocarditis high risk of having ...
b. Septum   c. Pericardium   d. Myocardium23. Diagnostic test to detect disruptions in the heart valve is   a. Chest x-ray...
27. Characteristics of a normal ECG is   a. Occur P wave   b. ST segmen depression   c. QRS complex more than 0:12 seconds...
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  1. 1. 1. Patients with acute myocardial infarction treated with thrombolytic agents like streptokinase. The side effects that should be observed after giving the medicine is a. Hypertension b. Oedema and dyspnea c. Haemorrhage and hypotension d. Headache and urticaria2. Cardiac output is influenced by the following factors: a. Contractility contractility, blood pressure and vital capacity b. Cardiac contractility, blood volume and tidal volume c. Cardiac contractility, blood volume and pulse rate d. Cardiac contractility, tidal volume and blood pressure3. QRS complexes in 12 leads ECG graph shows a. Ventricular diastole b. Atrial diastole c. Atrial systole d. Ventricular systole4. “Morphine sulphate” is given to patients with acute myocardial infarction for a. Expand the coronary blood vassel b. Relieve severe pain and anxiety
  2. 2. c. Encourage patient to sleep d. Relieve heart rate5. Immediate action if a patient is not breathing carotid pulse was not detected a. Perform CPR ( Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) b. Place the patient in supine position on the bed c. Give patient oxygen d. Inform doctor immediate6. An intravenous flow is given rapidly to patients with congestive heart failure can result in oedema in a. Heart b. Lungs c. Brain d. Spleen7. The action taken by the nurse at the level of blood pressure 90/70 mmHg for a patient receiving the drug antihypertension is a. Stop giving medicines and encourage patient rest on the bed b. Continue giving medications as prescribed c. Advise patient on medication when necessary d. Delay the provision of medicines and report to the doctor
  3. 3. 8. Aerobic exercise is one of the activities of a healthy lifestyle. Benefit for heart is a. Increase the level of HDL b. Increase the level of LDL c. Reduce the burden of heart d. Strengthen the heart muscle9. Symptoms shown by patients with cerebral anuerysm is a. Pupil dilatation b. Diaphoresis skin c. Decrease in heart rate d. Increase in blood pressure10. Unconscious patients potentially get venous thrombosis. what are the factors that contribute to this event? a. Injury to the endothelium of blood vessels b. Disturbance of blood supply c. Increase in platelet count d. Stasis of blood in the veins11. The following is a disability suffered by children who have tetralogyof Fallot, except
  4. 4. a. Pulmonary stenosis b. Ventricular septal defect c. Dextroposition of aorta d. Left ventricular hypertrophy12. Due to the weakness in the artery walls known as a. Embolism b. Atheroma c. Aneurysm d. Thrombosis Questions 13 and 14 are related to the scenario below. Mr. Johari admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of acute pulmonary edema. He look tired, dyspnea, cough frequently with pink and frothy sputum.13. The following is immediate actions to relieve the acute pulmonary edema during Mr Johari arrived at the ward except a. Rest the patient in Fowlers position b. Give nebulizer as ordered by doctor c. Oxygen 3l/min given by nasal prong d. Frusemide given as ordered by doctor14. What is the factor that influence the nature of sputum of Mr. Johari? a. Bleeding in trachea
  5. 5. b. Inflammation of lung tissues c. Increased pulmonary pressure d. Injury in upper respiratory tract 15. The action of frusemide in the treatment of heart failure is a. Improve the function of aldosterone b. Decrease intravascular volume c. Symphathetic nerve stimulation inhibits d. Encourage the production of liquid from the venous system16. The purpose of periodic inspections renal profile for patients receivingdiuretic therapy is to control the balance of homeostasis a. Sodium b. Calcium c. Nutrium d. Potassium17. Left ventricle failure can cause pulmonary edema. This condition iscaused by a. Metabolic acidosis b. Respiratory acidosis c. Increased systemic pressure d. Increased pulmonary pressure18. Paralysis on one side of the body due to stroke is known as
  6. 6. a. Diplegia b. Paraplegia c. Hemiplegia d. Quadriplegia19. Patients with infective endocarditis high risk of having cerebral vascularaccident (CVA) due to a. Atherosclerosis b. Aortic aneurysm c. Cerebral haemorrhage d. Embolism of vegetation20. Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea is common to patients with a. Angina pectoris b. Congestive heart failure c. Acute pulmonary oedema d. Acute myocardial infarction21. CCF patients are advised to be calm always because the strees a. Increased cardiac output b. Reduce contractility in heart c. Retarded the action of sympathetic nerve d. Decreased venous return to the heart22. Structures of cardiac involved in infective endocarditis is a. Valve
  7. 7. b. Septum c. Pericardium d. Myocardium23. Diagnostic test to detect disruptions in the heart valve is a. Chest x-ray b. Angiogram c. Echocardiogram d. Electrocardiogram24. Nifedipine tablet is a drug that in group a. Vasodilator b. Vasopressor c. Beta-blocker d. Calcium-channel blocker25. The following is a modifiable risk factor in the incidence of atherosclerosis a. Age (nonmodifiable) b. Emotional stress c. Gender d. Genetic26. Clients with myocardial infarction will have a fever due to a. Vasoconstriction in the coronary artery b. Inflammation in coronary artery c. Necrosis of the myocardium d. Cathecolamine produced in the myocardium of muscle
  8. 8. 27. Characteristics of a normal ECG is a. Occur P wave b. ST segmen depression c. QRS complex more than 0:12 seconds d. PR interval between 0:12 to 0:25 seconds28. The purpose of cleaning the patients skin with spirit while performing anECG is to a. Disinfecting the patients skin b. Provide comfort to patients c. Get a clear reading of the ECG d. Avoid electrode from falling off29. The following is the responsibility of giving frusemide tablets to a patientwith CCF, except a. Monitor apex beat b. Monitor I/O chart c. Monitor the signs of hypokalemia d. Monitor blood result (BUSE)30. Half-body paralyze to a patient with Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)known as a. Paralysis b. Hemiplegia c. Dysarthria d. Dysphagia

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