SNB EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING NURSING MCQ – SINGAPORE NURSE

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ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING NURSING MCQ

  1. What is the primary purpose of a nursing assessment?

a) To bill the patient for healthcare services

b) To provide a diagnosis for the patient’s condition

c) To identify the patient’s health needs and formulate a care plan

d) To determine the patient’s financial status

Answer: c) To identify the patient’s health needs and formulate a care plan

  • Which type of data is considered subjective in a nursing assessment?

a) Vital signs

b) Laboratory results

c) Patient’s complaints and feelings

d) Physical examination findings

Answer: c) Patient’s complaints and feelings

  • What is the primary purpose of obtaining a patient’s medical history during an assessment?

a) To determine the patient’s financial status

b) To establish a diagnosis

c) To identify potential health risks and current health conditions

d) To bill the patient for healthcare services

Answer: c) To identify potential health risks and current health conditions

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  • Which assessment technique involves tapping the patient’s body to assess underlying structures and fluids? a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Auscultation

Answer: b) Percussion

  • When assessing a patient’s respiratory rate, which range is considered normal for an adult at rest?

a) 10-20 breaths per minute

b) 20-30 breaths per minute

c) 30-40 breaths per minute

d) 40-50 breaths per minute

Answer: a) 10-20 breaths per minute

  • Which assessment method involves listening to internal body sounds, such as heart and lung sounds, using a stethoscope?
  • Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Auscultation

Answer: d) Auscultation

  • What is the primary purpose of assessing a patient’s pain level?

a) To determine the patient’s financial status

b) To bill the patient for healthcare services

c) To evaluate the effectiveness of pain management interventions

d) To establish a diagnosis

Answer: c) To evaluate the effectiveness of pain management interventions

  • During a physical examination, which of the following is an example of an objective finding?

a) Patient’s description of pain as “sharp and stabbing”

b) Patient’s report of feeling anxious

c) Heart rate of 80 beats per minute

d) Patient’s statement of “I have a headache.”

Answer: c) Heart rate of 80 beats per minute

  • Which assessment method involves visually inspecting the patient’s body and surroundings for physical signs and abnormalities?

a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Auscultation

Answer: c) Inspection

  1. Which of the following is an example of a nursing diagnosis?

a) Diabetes mellitus

b) Hypertension

c) Risk for impaired skin integrity

d) Pneumonia

Answer: c) Risk for impaired skin integrity

  1. During a neurological assessment, which tool is commonly used to assess a patient’s level of consciousness?

a) Otoscope

b) Snellen chart

c) Glasgow Coma Scale

d) Sphygmomanometer

Answer: c) Glasgow Coma Scale

  1. Which of the following is NOT a component of the ABCDE assessment used in emergency nursing?

a) Airway

b) Breathing

c) Circulation

d) Disability

e) Endocrine

Answer: e) Endocrine

  1. What is the primary purpose of a head-to-toe physical assessment?

a) To assess the patient’s ability to pay for healthcare services

b) To establish a medical diagnosis

c) To identify any physical abnormalities or changes in the patient’s condition

d) To determine the patient’s insurance coverage

Answer: c) To identify any physical abnormalities or changes in the patient’s condition

  1. Which of the following is an example of a psychosocial assessment question?

a) “Do you have a history of heart disease?”

b) “Are you experiencing any pain?”

c) “How do you cope with stress?”

d) “What is your blood pressure reading?”

Answer: c) “How do you cope with stress?”

  1. What is the primary purpose of assessing a patient’s nutritional status?

a) To determine the patient’s financial status

b) To bill the patient for healthcare services

c) To identify any nutritional deficiencies or excesses

d) To establish a medical diagnosis

Answer: c) To identify any nutritional deficiencies or excesses

  1. During an abdominal assessment, which assessment technique involves listening for bowel sounds using a stethoscope?

a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Auscultation

Answer: d) Auscultation

  1. What is the primary purpose of assessing a patient’s urine output?

a) To determine the patient’s financial status

b) To bill the patient for healthcare services

c) To assess renal function and fluid balance

d) To establish a medical diagnosis

Answer: c) To assess renal function and fluid balance

  1. During a musculoskeletal assessment, which assessment technique involves asking the patient to move their joints through a range of motions?

a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Range of motion (ROM) testing

Answer: d) Range of motion (ROM) testing

  1. Which assessment method involves gently touching and feeling the patient’s body to assess for tenderness, masses, or abnormalities?

a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Auscultation

Answer: a) Palpation

  • What is the primary purpose of assessing a patient’s vital signs?

a) To determine the patient’s financial status

b) To bill the patient for healthcare services

c) To monitor the patient’s physiological status and overall health

d) To establish a medical diagnosis

Answer: c) To monitor the patient’s physiological status and overall health

  • During a respiratory assessment, which assessment technique involves tapping the patient’s chest to assess for lung density and resonance?

a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Auscultation

Answer: b) Percussion

  • What is the primary purpose of assessing a patient’s skin integrity?

a) To determine the patient’s financial status

b) To bill the patient for healthcare services

c) To identify the risk of pressure ulcers or skin breakdown d) To establish a medical diagnosis

Answer: c) To identify the risk of pressure ulcers or skin breakdown

  • During a cardiovascular assessment, which assessment technique involves listening for heart sounds using a stethoscope?

a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Auscultation

Answer: d) Auscultation

  • What is the primary purpose of a focused assessment in nursing?

a) To determine the patient’s financial status

b) To bill the patient for healthcare services

c) To gather specific information related to a particular health concern or system

d) To establish a medical diagnosis

Answer: c) To gather specific information related to a particular health concern or system

  • During a neurological assessment, which assessment technique involves assessing the patient’s ability to follow commands, such as squeezing your hand or sticking out the tongue?

a) Palpation

b) Percussion

c) Inspection

d) Assessment of cranial nerves

Answer: d) Assessment of cranial nerves

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