👉 Which of the following nutrients is not found in eggs ? (निम्नलिखित में से कौन सा पोषक तत्व अंडे में नहीं पाया जाता है?), What is the relation of the foetus with the body parts called ?गर्भस्थ शिशु का शरीर के अंगों के साथ का संबंध क्या कहलाता है?,

A nutrition is found in eggs-

👉Let us see some of the questions asked in Nursing exams, in short form and in alternate form

Q 1. What is the relation of the foetus with the body parts called ?(गर्भस्थ शिशु का शरीर के अंगों के साथ का संबंध क्या कहलाता है ?)

A. Position

B. Presentation

C. Denominator

D. Attitude

Q 2. What is the level of oestrogen at the end of pregnancy?(गर्भकाल पूर्ण होने पर एस्ट्रोजन का स्तर कितना होता है?)

A. 50 mg

B. 30 mg

C. 35 mg

D. 25 mg

Q 3. What is the percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere ?(वायुमंडल में ऑक्सीजन का प्रतिशत कितना है?)

A. 15 %

B. 78 %

C. 21 %

D. 4%

Q 4. Which of the following nutrients is not found in eggs ? (निम्नलिखित में से कौन सा पोषक तत्व अंडे में नहीं पाया जाता है?)

A. Vitamin

B. Carbohydrates

C. Fat

D. Protein

Q 5. Hysteria is the type of which of the following ?(हिस्टीरिया निम्न में से किसका प्रकार है?)

A. Psychotic disorder

B. Neurotic disorder

C. Personality disorder

D. Mood disorder

Q 6. Which animal’s milk has a high percentage of lactose?(किस जानवर के दूध में लैक्टोज का प्रतिशत अधिक होता है?)

A. Human female

B. Buffalo

C. Goat

D. Cow

Q 7. Neural tube defects include except-(तंत्रिका ट्यूब दोषों में शामिल हैं-)

A. Anencephaly

B. Hydorcoele

C. Spina bifida

D. Encephalocoele

Q 8. Elevated Alpha feto protein in amniotic fluid is seen in- (एमनियोटिक द्रव में एलिवेटेड अल्फा फेटो प्रोटीन देखा जाता है-)



C. Eclampsia

D. Neural tube defects/ तंत्रिका नली दोष

Q 9. Which of the following article is used to clamp the umbiliical cord -(गर्भनाल को जकड़ने के लिए निम्न में से किस लेख का प्रयोग किया जाता है -)

A. Wrigley’s forceps

B. Cranioclast

C. Kocher’s hemostatic forceps

D. Ovum forceps

Q 10. After fertilization 16 cell stage reaches on-(निषेचन के बाद 16 कोशिका अवस्था पर पहुँचती है-)

A. 2nd day

B. 4th day

C. 6 – 7 day

D. 10 – 11th day

👉The answers to the above given optional questions are given below,

Ans 1. D. Attitude/ रवैया

Ans 2. B. 30 mg

Ans 3. C. 21 %

Ans 4. B. Carbohydrates

Ans 5. B. Neurotic disorder

Ans 6. A. Human female

Ans 7. B. Hydorcoele

Ans 8. D. Neural tube defects/ तंत्रिका नली दोष

Ans 9. C. Kocher’s hemostatic forceps

Ans 10. B. 4th day

👉Some explanation,

Neural tube defects,

Neural tube defects are birth defects of the brain, spine, or spinal cord. They happen in the first month of pregnancy, often before a woman even knows that she is pregnant. The two most common neural tube defects are spina bifida and anencephaly. In spina bifida, the fetal spinal column doesn’t close completely.

What cause neural tube defects?

Neural tube defects are considered a complex disorder because they are caused by a combination of multiple genes and multiple environmental factors. Known environmental factors include folic acid, maternal insulin dependent diabetes, and maternal use of certain anticonvulsant (antiseizure) medications.

What are examples of neural tube defects?

Neural tube defects, also known as spinal dysraphisms, are a category of neurological disorders related to malformations of the spinal cord, such as spina bifida, anencephaly, meningocele, myelomeningocele and tethered spinal cord syndrome.

Can a baby live with neural tube defects?

Babies who have anencephaly do not live. They either are stillborn or die hours after birth. Babies who have other NTDs have lasting effects. Spina bifida can cause paralysis below the spine.

How do you know if your baby has a neural tube defect?

Neural tube defects may be diagnosed during the ultrasound scan that is carried out around week 12 of the pregnancy or, more likely, during the anomaly scan that is carried out at around weeks 18 to 20.

Kocher’s hemostatic forceps,

Kocher Forceps contain 1×2 teeth on straight or curved jaws to avoid slippage when trying to grip arteries. Although this hemostatic forceps is typically used for general surgeries, it may also be applied to more specific procedures such as draining of the gallbladder or removal of the thyroid.

What are Kocher forceps used for?

Xelpov Surgical’s Ochsner-Kocher Artery Forceps are used to clamp arteries to block blood flow. They can also be used to hold tissues and skin.

What is a Kocher surgical instrument?

Sklar Rochester-Oschner (Kocher) Forceps are a heavy instrument designed to aggressively grasp medium to heavy tissue or occlude heavy, dense vessels. They have horizontal serrations the entire length of the jaw as well as 1 X 2 teeth at the tip.

Hydorcoele,A fluid-filled sac around a testicle, often first noticed as swelling of the scrotum.
Hydrocele is common in newborns and usually disappears without treatment within the first year. Older men can develop hydroceles, sometimes due to inflammation or injury.

What is best treatment for hydrocele?

There are no medications available to treat a hydrocele. A hydrocele usually does not need to be surgically repaired. A hydrocele typically goes away on its own within six to 12 months of age. If the hydrocele does not resolve on its own, then it needs to be surgically repaired to prevent further complications.

What causes hydrocele in adults?

The cause is not known in most cases. A small number of hydroceles are caused when something is wrong with one of the testicles (testes). For example, infection, inflammation, injury or tumours of your testicle (testis) may cause fluid to be formed which leads to a hydrocele forming.

How is hydrocele treated without surgery?

Lifestyle modifications. Physical activity is as important as a healthy diet. After confirming with your doctor, you could include exercise in your hydrocele home treatment plan. “Try to avoid any strenuous exercises or yoga asanas that may put pressure on the scrotum and increase discomfort.”

Neurotic disorder,

Neurosis refers to a class of functional mental disorder involving distress but not delusions or hallucinations, where behavior is not outside socially acceptable norms. It is also known as psychoneurosis or neurotic disorder.

What is an example of a neurotic disorder?

Neurotic tendencies are common and may manifest themselves as acute or chronic anxiety, depression, an obsessive–compulsive disorder, a phobia, or a personality disorder.


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