Intro to Nursing

  1. Self-care deficit theory was proposed by:
    Dorothea Orem
  2. Which theory defines nursing as the science and practice that expands adaptive abilities and enhances person and environment transformation?
    Roy's adaptation model
  3. Typology of twenty one Nursing problems were explained by:
    Faye G. Abedellah
  4. "Nursing is a therapeutic interpersonal process". This definition was stated by:
    Hildegard Peplau
  5. Which of the following statements is related to Florence Nightingale?

    A. Nursing is therapeutic interpersonal process.
    B. The role of nursing is to facilitate "the body’s reparative processes" by manipulating client’s environment.
    C. Nursing is the science and practice that expands adaptive abilities and enhances person and environment transformation
    D. Nursing care becomes necessary when client is unable to fulfill biological, psychological, developmental, or social needs.
    The role of nursing is to facilitate "the body’s reparative processes" by manipulating client’s environment.
  6. Which of the following is NOT a concept related to Roy's Adaptation Model?

    A. Focal Stimuli
    B. Cognator Subsystem
    C. Role function
    D. Flexible line of defense
    Flexible line of defense
  7. According to Roy's adapatation theory, which subsystem responds through
    four cognitive responds through four cognitive-emotive channels
    (perceptual and information processing, learning, judgment, and
    Cognator Subsystem
  8. The "humanistic science of nursing" was explained by:
  9. Imogene King's "goal attainment theory" is a type of:

    A. Need theories
    B. Interaction theories
    C. Outcome theories
    D. Humanistic theories
    Interaction theories
  10. Which of the following theory has used "General Systems Theory" as a framework for its development?

    A. Florence Nightingale's Environment Theory
    B. Hildegard E. Peplau's Psychodynamic Nursing Theory
    C. Martha E.Roger’s: Science of Unitary Human Beings
    D. Neuman's model
    Neuman's model
  11. Transcultural Model of Nursing was proposed by:
    Madeleine Leininger
  12. According to Neuman Systems Model, the increase in energy that occurs in relation to the degree of reaction to the stressor is termed as:
  13. Which is NOT a concept explained in Dorothy Johnson's Behavioral Systems Model?

    A. Affiliation
    B. Dependency
    C. Achievement
    D. Energy fields
    Energy fields
  14. Watson's carative factors include all the following, EXCEPT:

    A. Forming humanistic-altruistic value system
    B. Instilling faith-hope
    C. Cultivating sensitivity to self and others
    D. Strengthening flexible lines of defense
    Strengthening flexible lines of defense
  15. According to Rogers' theory "continuous and mutual interaction between man and environment' is termed as:
  16. Which is NOT a concept related to Faye Abdellah's theory?

    A. Susternal Care Needs
    B. The twenty-one Nursing Problems
    C. Restorative Care Needs
    D. Therapeutic Self-care Demands
    Therapeutic Self-care Demands
  17. Statements that explain the relationship between the concepts in a theory:
  18. “Social inclusion, intimacy and the formation and attachment of a strong social bond” are explained in which subsystem of Jhonson's model -
    Attachment/affiliative subsystem
  19. The major concepts of Health Belief Model includes all, EXCEPT;

    A. Perceived Susceptibility
    B. Perceived severity
    C. Perceived benefits
    D. Perceived interaction
    Perceived interaction
  20. The sequential phases of interpersonal relationship in Peplau's theory includes all, EXCEPT:

    A. Orientation
    B. Identification
    C. Restoration
    D. Exploitation
  21. The principles of concervation of energy, structural integrity, personal integrity and social integrity were explained by:
    Myra Estrine Levine
  22. Who explained about "Care, Cure and Core as three independent but interconnected circles of the nursing model"?
    Lydia Hall
  23. Meaning, Rhythmicity, Cotranscendence are the three major concepts of :
    Human Becoming Theory
  24. " Caring consists of carative factors that result in the satisfaction
    of certain human needs". This explanation was stated by:
    Jean Watson
  25. The term which refers the "irreducible, pan dimensional energy field identified by pattern and integral with the human field" is
  26. Which of the following nursing theory is based on the general systems framework?

    A. Fay Abdellah- Topology of 21 Nursing Problems
    B. Virginia Henderson -The Nature of Nursing
    C. Hildegard Peplau -Interpersonal Relations Model
    D. Imogene King's Theory of Nursing
    Imogene King's Theory of Nursing
  27. Concept related to Betty Neuman’s System Model of Nursing is:
    Open system
  28. According to Roy's Adaptation Model, the adaptive modes includes all the following, EXCEPT:

    A. Physiologic Needs
    B. Self Concept
    C. Role Function
    D. Interdependence
    E. Achievement
  29. Which theory states " Nursing is a helping profession"?
    Abdellah’s 21 Nursing Problems
  30. Which of the following is NOT a concept related to personal system in Imogene King's Theory?

    A. Perception
    B. Self
    C. Body image
    D. Organization
  31. Which nursing theory states that 'nursing is the interpersonal process of action, reaction, interaction and transaction"?
    Imogene King's theory
  32. Which of the following is an organismic response as per Levin's Four Conservation Principles?

    A. Flight or fight
    B. Adaptation
    C. Communication
    D. Transaction
    Flight or fight
  33. When applying Roy's Adaptation Model in caring for a patient, the type
    of stimuli which needs to be assessed as per are all the following,

    A. Focal Stimulus
    B. Contextual Stimulus
    C. Perceptual Stimulua
    D. Residual Stimulus
    Perceptual Stimulus
  34. Who described about 5 levels of nursing experience from novice to expert?
    Patricia E. Benner
  35. "Health is a state of complete physical, mental,
    and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity”. This was stated by:

    A. United States Health Agency
    B. National Institute of Health
    C. National League for Nursing (NLN)
    D. World Health Organization
    World Health Organization
  36. The name of the nursing diagnosis is linked to the etiology with the phrase:
    A. “as manifested by ”.
    B. “related to”
    C. "evidenced by"
    D. "due to"
    "related to"
  37. Priorities of Planning in Nursing Process is done by

    A. Information processing model
    B. Interpersonal theory
    C. Stages of illness model
    D. Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs
    Maslow’s Hierarchy of human needs
  38. When caring for a client with a femoral
    venous catheter, it is essential for the nurse to:

    A. irrigate the catheter with sterile saline solution to maintain patency.
    B. maintain sterile technique when working with the catheter.
    C. assess the pressure dressing frequently for bleeding.
    D. limit the mobility of the affected limb.
    Irrigate the catheter with sterile saline solution to maintain patency
  39. What are 5 Nursing Diagnosis Categories?
    • - Actual
    • - Risk
    • - Possible
    • - Syndrome
    • - Wellness
  40. When recording blood pressure, the sounds which can be heard with a stethoscope placed over the artery is termed as:
  41. What is the term used for a high-pitched musical sound in clients during a respiratory assessment :
  42. "The goal of nursing is to put the patient in the best condition
    for nature to act upon him”. This was stated by ______
    Florence Nightingale
  43. "Nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to health
    and illness”. This definition was given by

    A. American Nurses Association
    (ANA), 1995
    B. International Council of Nurses
    C. Florence Nightingale, 1858
    D. Indian Nursing Council, 1948
    • American Nurses Association
    • (ANA), 1995
  44. According to Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs, the highest level is :
  45. Ccomprehensive,
    individualized care provided by the same nurse throughout the period of care refers to
    Primary Nursing
  46. . Physical Signs indicative of poor nutrition are all, except

    A. Dental caries, mottled appearance (fluorosis), malpositioned
    B. Brittle, depigmented, easily plucked; thin and sparse hair
    C. Tongue - deep red in appearance; surface papillae
    D. Spongy, bleed easily, marginal redness, recession gums
    E. Spoon-shaped, ridged, brittle nails
    • Tongue - deep red in appearance; surface papillae
    • present
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Intro to Nursing