Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka
Second Year B.Sc. (Nursing) (Basic)
Degree Examination- October 2006


Time : Three Hours                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Maximum Marks : 80
Medical Surgical Nursing - 1
Your answers should be specific to the question asked.
Draw neat labelled diagrams wherever necessary

Long Essay (Answer any two)

1. Mrs.Kamala, 60 years old, a chronic chron's disease patient has developed malabsorpton syndrome.
    a) List the common causes of malabsorption syndrome with their pathophysiologic basis.
    b) Explain the pathophysiological basis of clincal manifestations in your client with malabsorption syndrome.

2. a) Define Intestinal obstruction
    b) Explain the mechanism of intestinal obstruction.
    c) Write post-operative nursing care plan based on the problems that patient can develop.

3. Mr.John, 25 years is admitted to the hospital with 60 % burns.
    a) Define burns and discuss the causes of burns.
    b) List the complications of burns.
    c) Discuss the nursing care plan based on the problems of Mr.John that he could develop.

Short Essay (Answer any eight)                                                                            8 x 5 = 40 Marks
  1. Psychological condition in intensive care unit
  2. Colostomy care
  3. Stages of bone healing and its complications
  4. mammography
  5. Principles of dialysis
  6. Osteoporosis
  7. Fluid management in burns
  8. Organization of intensive care unit
  9. Radiotherapy
  10. Appendicitis

Short Answers                                                                                                    10 x 2 = 20
  1. Define anaesthesia
  2. Differentiate between Defibrillation and cardio version
  3. Define Leukemia
  4. List intensive care records
  5. Nephritis
  6. Orchitis
  7. Define diabetes insipidus
  8. List the types of Hernia
  9. Hepatitis - B
  10. Talipes equinovarus















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