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NURSING EXAMINATIONMALAYSIA NURSING BOARD (MNB) EXAMINATION SAMPLE MCQ

MALAYSIA NURSING BOARD (MNB) EXAMINATION SAMPLE MCQ

MALAYSIA NURSING BOARD (MNB) EXAMINATION SAMPLE QUESTION & ANSWERS

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Which of the following vital signs is measured most accurately using a sphygmomanometer? A) Temperature B) Blood pressure C) Respiratory rate D) Pulse rate Answer: B) Blood pressure

What is the normal range for adult respiratory rate? A) 12-18 breaths per minute B) 20-30 breaths per minute C) 6-10 breaths per minute D) 60-100 breaths per minute Answer: A) 12-18 breaths per minute

Which of the following interventions is appropriate for a patient with hypoglycemia? A) Administer insulin B) Provide a high-carbohydrate snack C) Administer glucagon D) Withhold fluids Answer: B) Provide a high-carbohydrate snack

What is the most common route for administering medication in the healthcare setting? A) Intravenous (IV) B) Intramuscular (IM) C) Subcutaneous (SubQ) D) Oral Answer: D) Oral

Which of the following is a characteristic symptom of pneumonia? A) Persistent cough with clear sputum B) Bradycardia C) Dyspnea at rest D) Hypertension Answer: C) Dyspnea at rest

Which of the following nursing interventions is essential for preventing pressure ulcers in immobile patients? A) Frequent repositioning B) Massaging bony prominences C) Applying heat to affected areas D) Keeping the patient in one position Answer: A) Frequent repositioning

What is the primary purpose of a nasogastric (NG) tube? A) Administering medication B) Decompressing the stomach C) Monitoring urine output D) Providing oxygen therapy Answer: B) Decompressing the stomach

Which of the following statements accurately describes the purpose of the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS)? A) It measures motor function. B) It assesses cognitive function. C) It evaluates consciousness level. D) It monitors respiratory rate. Answer: C) It evaluates consciousness level.

Which of the following is a potential complication of intravenous therapy? A) Hypoglycemia B) Hypertension C) Infection D) Respiratory alkalosis Answer: C) Infection

What is the recommended duration for handwashing according to standard infection control guidelines? A) 5 seconds B) 10 seconds C) 20 seconds D) 1 minute Answer: C) 20 seconds

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