BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018

NURSING FOUNDATION Assignment 2 (Block 3 & 4) (Tutor Marked) BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018 Programme Code: B.Sc.N. (PB) Course Code: BNS -101 Assignment Code: BNS 101/TMA-2/2018, BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018 Programme Code: B.Sc.N. (PB) Course Code: BNS -101 Assignment Code: BNS 101/TMA-2/2018
Maximum Marks: 100
Last date for Submission: August 31, 2018
Note: This Assignment has three Parts of Part A, B, and C BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018.
Part A consists of two long answer questions. Each question carries 15 marks.
Part B consists of six short answer questions. Each question carries 10 marks.
Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.

BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018

PART A
1) a) Explain the concept of evaluation and monitoring.


b) Describe the steps of evaluation of a programme or activities with example of an
evaluation of programme or activities in your institution.
c) Critically analyze the role of a community health nurse in monitoring and evaluation.
(2+2+8+3=15)


2) a) List the principles of communication.


b) Explain the barriers of communication nurses face in field or hospital. Give examples.


c) Describe the steps that you as a community health nurse will follow for effective health
communication.

d) Discuss the role of Community Health Nurse in IEC activities. (3+4+5+3=15)

PART B
3) a) Define the following terms
i) Concept
ii) Model
iii) Paradigm
iv) Theory
b) Explain the Orems self care deficit theory with the help of diagram/model (4+6=10)
4) Describe the health care services provided at village, PHC, CHC and District level.
Support your answer with example from your state. (10)

5) a) Explain the concept of Primary Health Care.
b) Describe the elements of Primary Health Care. Support your answer with examples.
(4+6=10)
6) a) Describe ways to promote effective use of drugs and avoid wastage.
b) Explain the process of drug order, stocking, issuing and controlling. (4+6=10)

7) a) List the various local endemic diseases prevalent in your community.
b) Describe the prevention and control of any two common diseases. (2+4+4=10)
8) a) List the causes of accidents in the community, support with examples.
b) Explain the role of community health nurse in management of accidents.

PART C
9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement:

a) All of the following are health care delivery indicators except:
i) doctor population ratio
ii) nurse population ratio
iii) population bed ratio
iv) population hospital ratio

b) One of the following is not a characteristic of health education:
i) develop standard pattern of behaviour
ii) make people to think
iii) behaviour centered process
iv) self expression development
c) Vaccines are prepared from all of the following, except:
i) live attenuated organisms
ii) killed organisms
iii) antigens
iv) toxoids
d) All of the following steps are immediate care of patient with snake bite except:
i) keep part elevated
ii) put tourniquet above bitten part
iii) watch for vital signs
iv) watch for bleeding, swelling
e) All of the following factors responsible for nutrition of family except:
i) food habits
ii) food taste
iii) customs and religion
iv) availability and affordability

10) Fill in the blanks:
a) Process to inform, motivate and help people to adopt and maintain health practices for
healthy life style is known as……………… ………………
b) Goiter is endemic in areas where sandstone soil is rich in ………….. and ………..
c) Essential drugs are a key concept in rationale ………and …………..of drugs.
d) The process by which results are compared with objectives is known as
………………………..
e) Evaluation of infrastructure, facilities, equipment, supplies and manpower is a part of
……………………….evaluation.

11) Match the statements given in Column B with the terms given in Column A: (½x5=2½)
Column A Column B
a) Main source of financing health services                 i) 4 calories
b) Social insurance scheme                                               ii) 9 calories
c) Indian System of Medicine                                            iii) 1956
d) Central Health Education Bureau                              iv) 1958
e) 1 gram of fat                                                                         v) ESI
vi) AYUSH
vii) government

12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
consider the statement as false. (½x5=2½)
a) Attitude of the people affects the utilization of health care services. (T/F)
b) Propaganda of health issues provide readymade solutions to people. (T/F)
c) Ground water is the purest form of water for consumption. (T/F)
d) Kopliks spots appear on second day if child is suffering with measles. (T/F)
e) BCG vaccine is given intradermally

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  2. neha says:

    please solved NURSING FOUNDATION
    Assignment -1 (Block 1 & 2) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: B.Sc.N (PB)
    Course Code: BNS-101
    Assignment Code: BNS-101/ TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks – 100
    Last date of submission: July 31, 2018
    Note: This Assignment has three Parts óf Part A, B, and C.
    Part A consists of two long answer questions. Each question carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of six short answer questions. Each question carries 10 marks.
    Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    PART A
    1) a) List the various nursing education programmes implemented in your state.
    b) Discuss the various factors influencing the nursing education.
    c) Explain the concept of expanded role of Nurses. Support your answer with examples.
    (2+3+2+8=15)
    2) a) Define the tern Nursing Process.
    b) List the characteristics of nursing process.
    c) Describe the phases of nursing process with an example from your work area and comment
    on how it will help a nurse in providing holistic patient focused quality care.
    (2+3+8+2=15)
    PART B
    3) Describe the various models of health and illness with examples and their importance.
    (8+2=10)
    4) a) Explain the Orem’s Self Care Deficit Theory with example from your posting area.
    b) Discuss why is nursing theory important to your practice. (6+4=10)
    5) a) Explain the term therapeutic techniques of communication.
    b) Describe the various therapeutic techniques of communication used by a nurse while
    communicating with the patients in the hospital. (2+8=10)
    6) a) Explain the significance of studying ethics in nursing.
    c) Describe the legal implications in admission of patient, discharge of patient,
    administration of medication and organ and tissue transplant followed in your hospital.
    (2+2+2+2+2=10)
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    7) a) Explain the terms, Quality Assurance and Standards.
    b) List the purposes of standards.
    c) Describe the types of standards with examples. (1+1+2+6=10)
    8) a) Explain the concept of holistic health with examples.
    b) Describe various traditional / alternative health systems. (4+6=10)
    PART C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement:
    (½x5=2½)
    a) Morbidity rate used for health assessment is:
    i) infant and child mortality rates
    ii) nutrition status indicators
    iii) incidence and prevalence rates
    iv) disease specific mortality rates
    b) Epidemiological model for studying non-communicable diseases is:
    i) natural history of disease
    ii) ice berg phenomenon
    iii) health wellness model
    iv) web of causation
    c) Inter-personal relation theory of nursing is given by:
    i) Imogene King
    ii) Hidegard Peplau
    iii) Calista Roy
    iv) Dorthea Orem
    d) Law passed in assembly and approved by the government is known as:
    i) Act
    ii) Rules
    iii) Legislation
    iv) Regulations
    e) Lack of proper care and attention to patient or carelessness is known as:
    i) assault
    ii) torts
    iii) malpractice
    iv) negligence
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    10) Fill in the blanks: (½x5=2½)
    a) Relationship between belief and behaviour of people towards health and treatment is given
    by……………… ………………model.
    b) Primary level measures i.e. health promotion and specific protection are undertaken to remain
    healthy at …………………….phase of natural history of disease.
    c) A set of concepts and propositions that characterize a phenomenon in nursing is known as
    …………..
    d) A systematic continuous dynamic method of providing quality care to patients is known as
    …………… ………………
    e) A system of comparing outcome of interventions with established standards to evaluate the
    effectiveness of practices is known as ………… …………….
    11) Match the statements given in Column B with the terms given in Column A: (½x5=2½)
    Column A Column B
    a) Nurse as a primary health care provider in i) normatic standards
    community
    b) Post graduate competent experience nurses ii) empirical standards
    providing care and administer ward
    c) Post graduate expert experience nurse providing iii) nurse educator
    specialized patient care
    d) Standards which are considered ideal by authorities iv) nurse specialist
    e) Standards which are actually practiced by nurses v) nurse practitioner
    vi) outcome standards
    vii) nurse clinician
    12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
    consider the statement as false. (½x5=2½)
    a) Therapeutic relationship is planned; objectives are defined and terminated at one point.
    (T/F)
    b) Removing oneself physically or emotionally from stressors is known as withdrawal
    behaviour. (T/F)
    c) Anything that causes emotional pain and person refused to acknowledge consciously is
    known as regression. (T/F)
    d) Patient receives specialized continuous quality care by efficient use of skills of various
    health personnel in hospital to home is known as progressive patient care. (T/F)
    e) Activities concern with providing quality patient care by nurses i.e. nurse’s action or
    non-action is part of outcome standards. (T/F)
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    NURSING FOUNDATION
    Assignment 2 (Block 3 & 4) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: B.Sc.N. (PB)
    Course Code: BNS -101
    Assignment Code: BNS 101/TMA-2/2018
    Maximum Marks: 100
    Last date for Submission: August 31, 2018
    Note: This Assignment has three Parts of Part A, B, and C.
    Part A consists of two long answer questions. Each question carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of six short answer questions. Each question carries 10 marks.
    Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    PART A
    1) a) Explain the concept of evaluation and monitoring.
    b) Describe the steps of evaluation of a programme or activities with example of an
    evaluation of programme or activities in your institution.
    c) Critically analyze the role of a community health nurse in monitoring and evaluation.
    (2+2+8+3=15)
    2) a) List the principles of communication.
    b) Explain the barriers of communication nurses face in field or hospital. Give examples.
    c) Describe the steps that you as a community health nurse will follow for effective health
    communication.
    d) Discuss the role of Community Health Nurse in IEC activities. (3+4+5+3=15)
    PART B
    3) a) Define the following terms
    i) Concept
    ii) Model
    iii) Paradigm
    iv) Theory
    b) Explain the Orems self care deficit theory with the help of diagram/model (4+6=10)
    4) Describe the health care services provided at village, PHC, CHC and District level.
    Support your answer with example from your state. (10)
    5) a) Explain the concept of Primary Health Care.
    b) Describe the elements of Primary Health Care. Support your answer with examples.
    (4+6=10)
    6) a) Describe ways to promote effective use of drugs and avoid wastage.
    b) Explain the process of drug order, stocking, issuing and controlling. (4+6=10)
    7
    7) a) List the various local endemic diseases prevalent in your community.
    b) Describe the prevention and control of any two common diseases. (2+4+4=10)
    8) a) List the causes of accidents in the community, support with examples.
    b) Explain the role of community health nurse in management of accidents. (4+6=10)
    PART C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement:
    (½x5=2½)
    a) All of the following are health care delivery indicators except:
    i) doctor population ratio
    ii) nurse population ratio
    iii) population bed ratio
    iv) population hospital ratio
    b) One of the following is not a characteristic of health education:
    i) develop standard pattern of behaviour
    ii) make people to think
    iii) behaviour centered process
    iv) self expression development
    c) Vaccines are prepared from all of the following, except:
    i) live attenuated organisms
    ii) killed organisms
    iii) antigens
    iv) toxoids
    d) All of the following steps are immediate care of patient with snake bite except:
    i) keep part elevated
    ii) put tourniquet above bitten part
    iii) watch for vital signs
    iv) watch for bleeding, swelling
    e) All of the following factors responsible for nutrition of family except:
    i) food habits
    ii) food taste
    iii) customs and religion
    iv) availability and affordability
    8
    10) Fill in the blanks: (½x5=2½)
    a) Process to inform, motivate and help people to adopt and maintain health practices for
    healthy life style is known as……………… ………………
    b) Goiter is endemic in areas where sandstone soil is rich in ………….. and ………..
    c) Essential drugs are a key concept in rationale ………and …………..of drugs.
    d) The process by which results are compared with objectives is known as
    ………………………..
    e) Evaluation of infrastructure, facilities, equipment, supplies and manpower is a part of
    ……………………….evaluation.
    11) Match the statements given in Column B with the terms given in Column A: (½x5=2½)
    Column A Column B
    a) Main source of financing health services i) 4 calories
    b) Social insurance scheme ii) 9 calories
    c) Indian System of Medicine iii) 1956
    d) Central Health Education Bureau iv) 1958
    e) 1 gram of fat v) ESI
    vi) AYUSH
    vii) government
    12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
    consider the statement as false. (½x5=2½)
    a) Attitude of the people affects the utilization of health care services. (T/F)
    b) Propaganda of health issues provide readymade solutions to people. (T/F)
    c) Ground water is the purest form of water for consumption. (T/F)
    d) Kopliks spots appear on second day if child is suffering with measles. (T/F)
    e) BCG vaccine is given intradermally

  3. Rekha says:

    APPLIED SCIENCE
    Assignment-1
    (Block 1 & 2) Tutor marked
    Biochemistry and Biophysics
    Programme Code: B.Sc. (PB)
    Course Code: BNS-102
    Assignment Code: BNS -102/TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks: 100
    Last date of Submission: July 31, 2018
    Note: This assignment has three parts i.e. Part A, B and C.
    Part A consists of one long answer questions. It carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of five short answer questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Part C consists of two objective type questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Section A Biochemistry Maximum Marks 50
    Part-A
    1) a) Describe the characteristic features of enzymes.
    b) State the role of coenzymes in catalyzed reactions.
    c) How can enzyme estimation in serum be used as a diagnostic tool? Use examples to support
    your answer. 8+2+5=15
    Part-B
    2) Give reasons for the following:
    a) Certain form of life (plant and animal) survives under water, even under harsh winter condition.
    b) It takes less time to cook food in pressure cookers.
    c) High fever in a patient can be brought down by applying cold compresses.
    2+2+1=5
    3) DNA and RNA are both poly nucleotides. Yet, they differ in many ways. Explain the differences.
    5
    4) Classify proteins according to their composition giving suitable examples. 5
    5) Explain how urine analysis for certain abnormal constituents helps in diagnosing specific disease
    conditions. 5
    6) Describe the adverse effects of improper digestion and absorption of different food components
    on the health of the individual. 5
    Part C
    7) Place tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement.
    ½x10=5
    a) All of the following are either a metal or non-metal except
    i) Copper
    ii) Phosphorus
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    iii) Nitrogen
    iv) Argon
    b) An atom Y having an atomic number 21 has electrons number as
    i) 22 electrons
    ii) 20 electrons
    iii) 21 electrons
    iv) 19 electrons
    c) Electrovalent bonding is responsible for the formation of any one of following molecule
    i) Oxygen
    ii) Potassium chloride
    iii) Ammonic
    iv) Methane
    d) Permanent hard water is softened by
    i) Addition of sodium chloride
    ii) Boiling
    iii) Additions of ammonia
    iv) Addition of sulphuric
    e) All of these mono saccharidies are aldos except
    i) Fructose
    ii) Galactose
    iii) Ribose
    iv) Glucose
    f) All of these are poly unsaturated fatty acid except
    i) Linolenic acid
    ii) Oleinic acid
    iii) Arachidonic acid
    iv) Linoleie acid
    g) All of the following are amino acid except
    i) Lysine
    ii) Methionine
    iii) Phenylala nine
    iv) Tyrosine
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    h) The catabolic pathway is
    i) Lipogenesis
    ii) Protein biosynthesis
    iii) B- oxidation of fatty acids
    iv) Gluconeogenesis
    i) The product of anaerobic glycolysis is
    i) Oxaloacetic acid
    ii) Pyruvic acid
    iii) Lactic acid
    iv) Citric acid
    j) All of the following are functions of cholesterol in the body except
    i) Source of anergy an ATP
    ii) Component of cell membrane
    iii) Pre- cursor of synthesis of bite acids
    iv) Pre- cursor of synthesis of steroid hormones.
    8) Place tick mark (√) against ‘T’ if you consider the statement as true and ‘F’ if find the
    statement is false. ½×10=5
    a) Pure substances and mixtures are one and the same. (T/F)
    b) Atoms are changed into ions on loss or gian of electrons. (T/F)
    c) Fats dissolved in ether is a solid-liquid solution (T/F)
    d) A 1.2gm% solution of sodium chloride in water will not be isotomic with blood.(T/F)
    e) The reducing ability of mono saccharidies is due to their amino group. (T/F)
    f) Chylomicrons are a type of conjugated protein. (T/F)
    g) Certain amino acide are precursors of some vitamins (T/F)
    h) Chemical energy as ATP is generally released in anabolic pathways. (T/F)
    i) Glycogenesis and gluconeogenesis are one and the same biochemical process. (T/F)
    j) Glycogenolsis is an important source contributing glucose to blood. (T/F)
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    Note: This assignment has three parts i.e. Part A, B and C.
    Part A consists of one long answer questions. It carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of five short answer questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Part C consists of two objective type questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Section B Biophysics Maximum Mark 50
    Part A
    1) a) Describe the electro magnetic spectrum.
    b) Discuss the medical applications of electro magnetic radiations. 3+12=15
    Part B
    2) List any five radioisotopes and their applications in the field of medicine. 5
    3) a) Differentiate between heat and temperature with specific examples.
    b) Write the advantages of mercury over other liquids as a thermometric substance.
    2+3=5
    4) a) State the relation between work and energy.
    b) List different forms of energy.
    c) Explain the statement “energy is indestructible.” 1+2+2=5
    5) a) Briefly explain the Archimedes principle.
    b) Describe the applications of the law of floatation applicable in patient care. 2+3=5
    6) a) Define ‘accuracy of measurement’?
    b) Briefly discuss the errors in measurement that affect accuracy. Support your answer
    from nursing situation. 1+4=5
    Part C
    7) Match the statement given in column A with the terms given in column B ½x10=5
    Column A Column B
    a) Study of electrical activity of muscles. i) Acceleration
    b) Unit of refractive ability ii) Newton’s third law
    c) Decreasing velocity iii) 76 cms of mercury
    d) Actions and reaction are equal and opposite iv) Transducer
    e) Mass per unit volume v) Electro myography
    f) Atmospheric pressure vi) Myopia
    g) Device converting electrical energy to mechanical energy vii) Specific gravity
    h) Image of object in front of retina viii) Ohm’s law
    i) Relationship between voltage, resistance and current ix) Diopter
    j) Heat transfer due to equal movement of matter x) Decelerations
    xi) Newton’s first law
    xii) Density
    xiii) Convection
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    8) Fill in the blanks ½×10=5
    a) Ultraviolet radiation activates ergosterol in the skin to produce……………………….
    b) Presbyopia can be corrected by using ……………….Lenses
    c) The unit of measurement of electric current in SI system is …………………
    d) The caloric value of ………………………is more than that of proteins and
    carbohydrates.
    e) Different musical sounds differ in their pitch,………………………and intensity.
    f) The practical unit of resistance is……………………….
    g) Heating of tissues by passage of electric current is known as …………………….
    h) The source of light that emits a narrow beam of light of single wavelength is
    called………..
    i) Rate of change of velocity with time is defined as …………………….
    j) In an autoclave the temperature of steam increases with increase in …………….
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    APPLIED SCIENCE
    Assignment-2
    (Block 3,4 & 5) Tutor marked
    Microbiology and Nutrition & Dietetics
    Programme Code: B.Sc. (PB)
    Course Code: BNS-102
    Assignment Code: BNS -102/TMA-2/2018
    Maximum Marks: 100
    Last date of Submission: August 31, 2018
    Note: This assignment has three parts i.e. Part A, B and C.
    Part A consists of two long answer questions. Each question carries 7½ marks.
    Part B consists of five short answer questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    Section C: Microbiology Maximum Marks 50
    Part-A
    1) Define chemotherapy. What is their source of production? Give two examples of commonly
    used antibiotics in hospital. Differentiate between a bactericidal and bacteristatic antibiotic.
    1+1½+1½+1½+2=7½
    2) Draw a labeled diagram of a typical bacterial cell showing its various organelles. State the
    function of each of them. Explain how do bacteria reproduce in nature? 3+2½+2=7½
    Part-B
    3) Name the causative agents of the following diseases. How are they transmitted from the
    patient to a healthy person? 1×5=5
    a) Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
    b) Hydrophobia
    c) Chicken pox
    d) Dengue fever
    e) Measles
    4) Give the general characters of mycobacterium. How do you stain them in the laboratory?
    Name four mycobacteria of medical importance and the diseases caused by them.
    2+1+2=5
    5) Define immunity. Differentiate between innate and acquired immunity. Enumerate the factors
    influencing the development of immunity in an individual. 1+2½+1½=5
    6) How do fungi differ form bacteria? Write briefly about the characrteristics of Candida
    albicans. Mention the various diseases caused by this fungus. 1+2+2=5
    7) With the help of a diagram, describe the life cycle of Leishmania Donovani. Mention how
    the diagnosis of Kala Azar (Visceral Leishmaniasis) is made. 3½+1½=5
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    Part C
    8) Place tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement.
    ½x5=2½
    a) Vaccination to prevent small pox was introduced by;
    i) Louis Pasteur
    ii) Edward Jenner
    iii) Robert Koch
    iv) Antony Van Leeuwenhock
    b) All of the following bacteria has cell wall except
    i) Mycoplasma
    ii) Mycobacterium
    iii) Meningococcus
    iv) Micrococcus
    c) Chinese letter arrangement is characteristic of one of the following bacterium:
    i) Mycobacterium tuberculosis
    ii) Clostridium Tetani
    iii) Bacillus Anthracis
    iv) Corynebacterium Diphtheriae
    d) ‘Negri bodies’ are found in the nerve cells infected with virus known as:
    i) CD, (Helper) T- lymphocyte
    ii) B-lymphocyte
    iii) CD, (suppressor) T- lymphocyte
    iv) Polymerph
    9) Match the statements given in column A with the terms given in column B ½x5=2½
    Column A Column B
    a) Tse tse fly i) Clostridium tetani
    b) Immunoglobulin E (IgE) ii) Borrelia
    c) Endospore (Bacterial spore) iii) Leishmaniasis
    d) Plague iv) Sleeping sickness
    e) Congenital infection v) Anaphylaxis
    vi) Yersinia pestis
    vii) Flagella
    viii) Rubella virus
    ix) Malaria
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    10) Fill in the blanks ½x5=2½
    a) The ability of an organism to cause infection is called………………….
    b) The causative agent of Whooping cough is ……………………….
    c) Both yellow fever and Dengue fever are transmitted through the bites of
    ………….mosquito.
    d) Viruses responsible for causing common cold are………………………
    e) A toxin that has been treated to destroy its toxic property without affecting its antigenicity
    is called …………………….
    11) Place tick mark (√) against ‘T’ if you consider the statement as true and ‘F’ if find the
    statement is false. ½x5=2½
    a) The T- lymphocyte matures in the bone marrow and spleen of an individual (T/F)
    b) Immunoglobulin G (IgG) has two gamma heavy chains and either 2 kappa or lambda
    light chains (T/F)
    c) Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) is an example of T-dependent antigen (T/F)
    d) Hepatitis A virus (HAV) is primarily transmitted through orofecal route (T/F)
    e) Human helminthic parasites include nemadotes, cestodes and trematodes (T/F)
    Section D: Nutrition and Dietetics Maximum Mark= 50
    Note: This assignment has three parts i.e. Part A, B and C.
    Part A consists of one long answer questions. It carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of five short answer questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Part C consists of two objective type questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Part A
    1) a) Discuss briefly about the various factors influencing recommended dietary intakes.
    b) Explain the various steps in planning balanced diet.
    c) Describe the need and importance of planning diets by nurses. 5+5+5=15
    Part B
    2) Discuss the effects of low and high intake of nutrients. Support your answer with suitable
    examples. 5
    3) Discuss as a nurse the diet you would plan for a patient having acute renal failure. 5
    4) Describe the diet you would plan for a post-operative patient. 5
    5) Explain the concept of food processing . enlist the advantage and disadvantages of processed
    foods. 5
    6) Define anthropometry. Describe the procedure for taking athropometric measurements and
    determining age. 5
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    Part-C
    7) Fill in the blanks. ½x10=5
    a) Improper and illegal ways of branding a product is called……………..
    b) Presence of harmful substances or microorganisms makes the food ………food.
    c) Cooked and mashed fruits and vegetables, served without skin or peel is called
    …………………………food.
    d) Absence of enzymes converting galactose to glucose causes………….
    e) Thiamine deficiency associated with alcoholism cause ………………………syndrome.
    f) The amount of a nutrient to be actually consumed in order to meet the requirements of
    the body is called …….
    g) Accumulation of fatty substance on the

  4. Rejesh says:

    MATERNAL HEALTH NURSING
    Assignment – 1 (Block 1 & 2) Tutor Marked
    Programme Code: B.Sc.N (PB)
    Course Code: BNS-103
    Assignment Code: BNS 103/ TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks – 100
    Last date of submission: July 31, 2018
    Note: This Assignment has three parts – Part A, B and C
    Part A consist of two long answer questions. Each question carries 15 marks.
    Part B consist of six short answer questions. Each question carries 10 marks.
    Part C consist of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    Part A
    1) Mrs. Anita, 30 years old woman had forceps delivery. She has 102ºF temperature with foul
    smelling lochia on 4th postnatal day. She has no problem in breast feeding her child as
    expressed by her. Answer the following:
    a) List the indications of forceps delivery
    b) Explain various types of lochia
    c) Enumerate the causes of developing fever during puerperium.
    c) Discuss the nursing management of Anita during her hospitalization (2+2+4+7=15)
    2) Mrs. Seema , 25 yrs old primigravida is admitted with 36 wks of pregnancy having severe
    pre -eclampsia.
    a) Define eclampsia and pre- eclampsia
    b) Enlist the clinical features of eclampsia.
    c) Explain the stage of seizures.
    d) Discuss the nursing care of Mrs. Seema. (2+2+4+7=15)
    Part B
    3) a) Explain the factors influencing fertility
    b) Describe the role of a nurse in family welfare services. (5+5=10)
    4) a) Define puerperium
    b) Explain the physiological changes in breasts during Normal Puerperium.
    c) Discuss minor discomforts during peurperium. (1+5+4=10)
    5) a) Explain the structure and functions of uterus with the help of a diagram. (5+5=10)
    b) Discuss the physiological changes during pregnancy.
    6) a) Describe placenta at term and write its function. (2+3+5=10)
    b) List abnormalities of placenta you would observe as a nurse.
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    7) a) Define puerperium (1+3+6 = 10)
    b) Discuss the physiological changes that take place during puerperium
    c) Explain the role of nurse in preventing complication during puerperium.
    8) a) Define anrepartum haemorrhage (1+4+5=10)
    b) List possible causes of accidental haemorrhage.
    c) Discuss the nursing management of a pregnant women who is admitted with accidental
    haemorrhage.
    Part C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement.
    (½×5=2½)
    a) Battledore placenta is characterized by one of the following:
    i) Small lobes lie away from main mass
    ii) Very large size
    iii) Multiple lobes
    iv) Cord at edge
    b) Anti D immunoglobulin is administered to a postnatal mother in case of Rh
    incompatibility within a period of:
    i) 48 hours
    ii) 72 hours
    iii) 24 hours
    iv) 12 hours
    c) One of the following acts as a “local hormone”?
    i) Human chorionic gonadotropin
    ii) Prolactin
    iii) Prostaglandin
    iv) Oestrogen & Progestron
    d) The skin covered muscular area between the vaginal introitus and the anus is known as:
    i) Perineum
    ii) Fourchette
    iii) Vestibule
    iv) Vagina
    e) The height of fundus of uterus at 32 weeks of pregnancy is at:
    i) The level of maternal umbilicus
    ii) The level reaching below subcostal arch.
    iii) 2/3rd distance between umbilicus and ensiform cartilage
    iv) 1/3rd distance between umbilicus and ensiform cartilage
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  5. priya says:

    COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH
    Assignment-I (Blocks 1&2) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: BNS-164
    Course Code: BNS-I04
    Assignment Code: BNS-104/TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks: 100
    Last date for Submission: July 31, 2018
    All the questions are compulsory.
    Read the following passage and answer the following questions:
    During the past few centuries, with the increase in human population, biodiversity has come
    under tremendous pressure. Biological extinction, which led to the disappearance of one species
    in several hundred years, has now been replaced by an accelerated rate of extinction-one species
    every year. This is the result of the extensive habitat changes brought by mankind. If the same
    pace continues, an estimated one-fourth to one-third of species is likely to become extinct within
    the next few decades. Over all, roughly 1000 birds and mammals are now thought to be in
    jeopardy. Although endangered animals, e.g. tigers in Asia, cheetahs in Africa, whales in the
    Antarctic, whooping cranes in North America, etc., receive great public attention, plant extinctions
    are often more significant ecologically. According to Peter H. Raven, Director of the Missouri
    Botanical Garden, a disappearing plant can take with it ten to thirty dependent species such as
    insects, higher animals, and even other plants. The International Union for Conversation of Nature
    and Natural Resources (IUCN) finds about 10 per cent of the world’s flowering plants to be
    dangerously rare or under threat.
    These estimates of species at risk understate the true problem’, for they deal only with known and
    higher life forms. It seems probable that many unnamed species are disappearing in scientifically
    uncharted tropical areas. In his book The Sinking Ark, Norman Myers surmises on the basis of
    exploitation that, right now, at least one species might be disappearing each day in tropical
    forests alone. Even outside the tropics, many small, obscure organisms such as worms, mites,
    beetles and herbs may be disappearing. without our knowledge. Besides, an examination of the
    survival prospects of all forms of plant and animal life- including obscure, fens, shrubs, insects,
    mollusks, elephants and wolves – indicates that huge number of them have little future. Loss of
    such a multitude of species would constitute an irreversible alternation in the nature of the biosphere
    even before we understand its workings – an evolutionary Rubicon whose crossing Homo sapiens
    would do well.
    1) A) 1) Why has the natural environment suddenly come under great pressure? Give
    example from the passage to show the pressure. (3)
    2) If extinction continues at this place, what is the prediction for the present and the
    future? (3)
    3) Name the different life forms that are affected by our indifference to our environment.
    (5)
    4) What are Norman Myers comments about the tropical forest in his book “The
    Sinking Ark”? (3)
    5) What will be the effect of the loss of various living things on earth, mean for
    mankind? (2)
    6) Give your opinion and solution as to what we can do to save our environment.
    (4)
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    B) Match words in Column A with their meanings in Column B: (10)
    Column A Column B
    a) Tremendous Pressure i) A great number
    b) Extinction ii) Environment
    c) Accelerated Rate iii) In danger
    d) Extensive iv) Rare
    e) Jeopardy v) Increased speed
    f) Endangered vi) Widespread
    g) Ecology vii) Not clear
    h) Obscure viii) Great force
    i) Multitude ix) That which cannot be changed
    j) Irreversible x) Total death
    2) Describe the nursing organisation of your hospital in a flow chart. (15)
    Or
    Describe the 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimester of pregnancy in a flow chart.
    3) State briefly the facts on which a clinical case study is prepared. (10)
    4) Write a paragraph in about 150 words on anyone of the following: (15)
    a) Positive thinking helps in recovery
    or
    b) Night duty
    or
    c) Alternative health care systems
    5) Write a resignation letter to your organization.
    or
    Write a letter of acceptance for a new job offer. (15)
    6) a) Use the right form of verbs to fill in the blanks:
    i) The children ……………….. happy to go swimming.
    ii) He ………………………………… his work, much before the scheduled time.
    iii) Where …………………………………………… you go last night?
    iv) Whatever happens, work ……………………………………. on as usual.
    v) You have to ……………………………… your assignments to get the degree. (5)
    b) Use proper suffixes to form the opposites:
    i) Happy
    ii) Bailable
    iii) Capable (3)
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    c) Make questions for the following answers:
    i) Do not wait for me, I will be coming late.
    ii) I can do this for you. (2)
    d) Fill in the blanks with question tags:
    i) We can pay by card ……………………………………… ?
    ii) She likes chocolates …………………………………? (2)
    e) Fill in the blanks with some, none, any:
    i) ……………………………… of these books are interesting.
    ii) ……………………………….. of them offered to help me.
    iii) Have you ……………………….. reason to complain against them? (3)
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    C

  6. priyanka says:

    COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH
    Assignment-2 (Blocks 3&4) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: BNS-l04
    Course Code: BNS-104
    Assignment Code: BNS-104/TMA-2/2018
    Maximum Marks: 100
    Last date for Submission: August 31, 2018
    All the questions are compulsory.
    1) Make notes of the following passage, using devices like headings, sub-headings, numbering,
    shortened devices, whichever you think is appropriate. (15)
    They have changed life for most of us. In a span of less than fifty year’s time, they have
    influenced practically every field of activity. And they have done it neither with a bang nor
    with a whimper, but efficiently and silently. Not a shot has been fired, not a drop of blood
    has been shed, but a revolution has all the same been accomplished by the ubiquitous computer.
    The computer has removed the tediousness of many a job. Robots controlled by computers
    carry out routine jobs in industry. The economist is able to make graphs and tables at the
    press of a button.
    In the medical field too, doctors use computers to help diagnose diseases. Artificial
    intelligence system enable computers programmed with vast amount of data to ‘think’ about
    numerous possibilities and make a diagnosis.
    The personal computer-a desktop or handheld affair-has actually invaded the home now and
    taken over the tasks of writing and keeping household accounts. Networks can now be
    established enabling people to exchange news, financial and travel information and other
    data.
    Computers have made their presence felt most in the field of communication. Today the
    entire world is interlinked through satellite. On a smaller scale, computer networks allow
    people to communicate by using electronic mailing in a matter of minutes over long distances.
    The most complicated machines in history, computers are arguably the most useful as well.
    Even art has not escaped the computer’s attention. Who could have conceived of Jurassic
    Park if computers had not been there? Computers are increasingly indeed indispensable in
    the home, school and work place even in a developing country like India. And they make no
    noise about it.
    2) Make a summary of the given passage (10)
    One cannot choose everything in life. Nowhere is this more applicable than when it comes
    to the kind of neighbours one ends up with. It is simply a matter in the hands of God. If one is
    lucky enough, one may be blessed with neighbours who are ready to help and share problems
    and can be depended upon in times of need. On the other hand, some of us have to put up
    with a bunch of troublemakers-neighbours who have nothing better to do than to be too
    interested in what is going on at the house next door and who are always eager to create an
    unpleasant scene or commotion. The truth is, one cannot really isolate oneself completely
    from the people around. The tie between man and society is not only age-old but essential
    for the survival of man. For an individual, the mere fact of the existence of the society is a
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    strong reason for feeling secure. As our neighbours are the people dwelling closest to us, we
    cannot naturally avoid communicating and socializing with them. Constant interaction among
    neighbours is all the more inevitable nowadays as a result of the large number of flats
    mushrooming in suburbs, towns and cities. The flat system has brought people closer to each
    other especially as they are required to share public facilities like the car parking space, the
    elevators and the garbage disposal arrangement. In such cases, people cannot help but bump
    into each other while going to and fro.
    Moreover who else can we depend upon when suddenly confronted with problems and
    requiring help especially in case of an emergency? Only our neighbours can respond quickly
    and save the situation. For instance, if a burglar were to suddenly attack your house, would
    you not cry out for help hoping that your neighbours would hear you and come to your
    rescue? And, if possible, would windows or loitering by their front doors with a hungry
    gleam in their eyes, keeping a lookout for everything that might be happening next door. Such
    people are a great nuisance, for everyone has a right to privacy. Gossiping among neighbours
    about each other and mainly those who are not ready to join them in their chats is another
    irritating problem. Half-truths and total lies are exchanged and rumors thrown around – all
    these just because of their curiosity and carving for excitement. Sometimes neighbours can
    totally refuse to cooperate and break the unity of the neighborhood. In extreme cases,
    neighbours, for what would seem a trivial mistake, get ready to shake their fists and create
    an uproar.
    Often misunderstanding cause neighbours to view each other as sworn enemies. In this fastpaced
    life we lead today, there is not much time available for leisure. Most of the time one is
    involved in some kind of work or the other. People who are loaded with work from morning
    to evening cannot be expected to pay social calls or frequently visit their neighbours for
    friendly chats. This is generally mistaken as a sign of total disrespect for social norms and
    obligations. Neighbours need to understand that it is not necessary to pour attention over
    each other in order to be good neighbours.
    One cannot do away with one’s neighbours however bad they may be. At the same time, one
    cannot live without trustworthy neighbours who would be concerned enough to help in times
    of distress. Each one of us must ensure that we act as good neighbours. It would be good to
    remember that we should do unto our neighbours just as we would expect them to do unto us.
    3) Study this chart and make notes from it. (15)
    Characteristics Moon Earth Sun
    Size Not very big Bigger (50 moons Biggest (400 moons
    could be squeezed placed side by side)
    into earth)
    Weight Not very heavy 81 times heavier .27 million times
    Distance Quite close to — —
    earth-384,000 km
    away
    Description Earth’s satellite Planet —
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    4) What are study skills? Explain? (10)
    5) What is the structured manner to write down the medical history of a patient. (10)
    6) List the factors that are necessary for good communication in the nursing profession. (10)
    7) A child is very serious. You as a nurse have a conversation with the child’s mother, write
    how would you help her to cope with the situation. (15)
    8) Write a telephonic conversation between two friends. One friend has just returned from a
    trip abroad. The friend describes the best things she like about the place- the tourist spots,
    the food, the people, shopping etc. Write this conversation in about 250-300 word

  7. priyanka says:

    BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES
    Assignment-l (Blocks 1&2) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: B. Sc N(PB)
    Course Code: BNS-105
    Assignment Code: BNS-105/TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks: 100
    Last date for Submission: July 31, 2018
    Note:
    This Assignment has three parts – Part A, Band C.
    Part A consists of two long answer questions. Each question and it carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of six short answer questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    Part A
    1) a) Discuss the elements of Socialization.
    b) Describe the types of Social Structure as studied by you. (5+10=15)
    2) a) Discuss the impact of Economic planning on Health and Health Financing.
    b) Explain how Health effects Development in a country. (6+9=15)
    Part B
    3) Discuss how the cultural practices influence Health with reference to STDs and AIDS in
    society. (10)
    4) a) Explain the stresses faced by most women.
    b) Discuss role of family in Maintaining Nutritional Status. (5+5=10)
    5) Describe Community Participation in Health care with suitable examples. (10)
    6) a) Discuss parameters of Social Change in developing Countries.
    b) Enlist the reasons for occurrence of Social Change. (5+5=10)
    7) a) Discuss the various concepts of Health.
    b) Explain how sickness is viewed by health professional. (7+3=10)
    8) a) Describe Village.
    b) Discuss the Characteristics of Indian Villages.
    c) Discuss the Social interaction among various groups in a Village. (1+5+4=10)
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    Part C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement
    (½x5=2½)
    a) The study of making choices for allocation of resources is called:
    i) Sociology
    ii) Anthropology
    iii) Economics
    iv) History
    b) The study of medical anthropology includes which of the following:
    i) Public Health Problems
    ii) Medical Institutions
    iii) Health Sociology
    iv) Human interaction
    c) Key ingredients for Nurse as a change agent includes all except:-
    i) Rigorous self examination
    ii) Communication skills
    iii) Developing work habits
    iv) Unchallenging attitude
    d) Diet of people is influenced by which one of these:
    i) Sleep
    ii) Local Condition
    iii) Hygiene
    iv) Clothing
    e) Urban slums are characterized by all except:
    i) Social deprivation
    ii) Floating group
    iii) Homogenous in nature
    iv) Deplorable conditions
    10) Fill in the blanks: (½x5=2½)
    a) Agricultural society has a ………………….way of life.
    b) …………………… principle causes consumption of private goods by one person with
    exclusion of the use by some one else at same time.
    c) A ……………… system represents what is expected or hoped for, required or forbidden.
    d) Population comes under……………………………….. indicators.
    e) “Commoners” form the ……………estate.
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  8. priyanka says:

    BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES
    Assignment-2 (Blocks 3&4) (Tutor Marked)
    (General Psychology and Educational Psychology)
    Programme Code: B.Se.N. (PB)
    Course Code: BNS-105
    Max. Marks: 100
    Assignment Code: BNS-105/TMA-2/2018
    Last date for Submission: August 31, 2018
    (Do General Psychology and Educational Psychology on separate sheets.)
    Part A: General Psychology Maximum Marks: 50
    Note:
    This Assignment has three parts—Part A, Band C.
    Part A consists of one long answer question and it carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of five short answer questions. Each question carries. 5 marks.
    Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    Part A
    1) a) Discuss the strategies for studying personality.
    b) Explain the traits of personality.
    c) Describe Psychodynamic Theory of personality. (3+6+6=15)
    Part B
    2) Discuss the various errors of perception. (5)
    3) a) Define stress
    b) Explain the major life stressors. (2+3=5)
    4) Describe the domains of development with example. (5)
    5) Explain the importance of studying Psychology in Nursing. (5)
    6) a) Discuss the physiology of Emotion.
    b) Explain how Emotion influences health of a person. (3+2=5)
    Part C
    7) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement.
    (½×5=2 ½)
    a) One of the following is not the use of Clinical method of Psychology:-
    i) Personal problems
    ii) Maladjustinents
    iii) Fears
    iv) Aptitude
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    b) The technique which detects psychosomatic disorder is:
    i) Schedule of recent experiences
    ii) 16 pf
    iii) Rorschach test
    iv) Mental Status examination
    c) The most importance accomplishment of infancy is:
    i) Expression
    ii) Independence
    iii) Love
    iv) Playing
    d) One of the following regulates emotion:
    i) Autonomic
    ii) Cerebral Cortex
    iii) Hormones
    iv) Hypothalamus
    e) Theory of Personal Construct was suggested by:
    i) George Kelley
    ii) Dollar and Millar
    iii) Carl Rogers
    iv) Carl Jung
    8) Fill in the blanks: (½x5=2½)
    a) The generalization must be …………… to be translated into qualitative terms.
    b) A……………. view of human nature is considered in Humanistic theory .
    c) The adolescence is also an age of ……………… crisis.
    d) Power motivation can be measured by…………… ………….techniques.
    9) Match the statements given in Column A with the statement given in Column B
    (½x5=2½)
    Column A Column B
    a) ‘O’ variable i) Mature Adulthood
    b) Anal Character ii) Red- green Colour blindness
    c) Acceptance of one’s lifestyle iii) Euthanasia
    d) Innate colour blindness iv) Blue- yellow colour blindness
    e) Self Killing v) Age
    vi) Excessively obstinate
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    10) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
    consider the statement as false. (½× 5=2 ½ )
    a) Growth levels off as humans reach sexual maturity. (T/F)
    b) Power motivation helps to improve interaction with other. (T/F)
    c) Grief reduces energy level. (T/F)
    d) Repression is most basic of ego defence mechanisms. (T/F)
    e) Directive counseling is important stress management technique. (T/F)
    Section B: Educational Psychology Maximum Marks: 50
    Note:
    This Assignment has three parts – Part A, Band C.
    Part A consists of one long answer question and it carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of five short answer questions. Each question carries 5 marks.
    Part C consists of two objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    Part A
    1) a) Define attitude.
    b) Discuss various factors affecting the development of attitudes.
    c) Describe importance of attitudes in Nursing. (2+5+8=15)
    Part B
    2) Discuss how reinforcement shapes the behavior with examples from clinical field. (5)
    3) a) Explain the assessment of intelligence.
    b) List the applications of intelligence. (3+2=5)
    4) Discuss the significance of learning Individual Differences for Nurses. (5)
    5) Explain the scope of Educational Psychology. (5)
    6) Discuss the causes of Forgetting in detail. (5)
    Part C
    7) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement
    (½×5 =2 ½ )
    a) Tip of Tongue phenomena is characteristic of:
    i) Short term memory
    ii) Long term memory
    iii) Semantic memory
    iv) Episodic memory
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    b) Intelligence includes all except:
    i) Act Purposefully
    ii) Think Rationally
    iii) Deal Effectively
    iv) Develop Skills
    c) One of the following is used to solve puzzles and riddles:
    i) Insight
    ii) Sign
    iii) Socialization
    iv) Maturity
    d) While classifying personality or sexual differences, which type of distribution appears:
    i) Normal
    ii) Bimodal
    iii) Multimodal
    iv) Symmetrical
    e) One of the following demonstrated persistence of conditioned reflex over time :
    i) Insho
    ii) Zanna
    iii) Kiesler
    iv) Pilkoris
    8) Match the statements given in Column A with the statement given in Column B (½ x 5 = 2½)
    Column A Column B
    a) Drawback of Self Report Methods i) Development of Attitude by consistency
    b) Balance Theory of Attitude ii) Elaborative rehersal
    c) Making Notes iii) Mental Retardation in Boys
    d) Fragile X syndrome iv) Remedial Education
    e) Reducing failures v) Compensatory Reduction
    vi) Lack of social conformity
    9) Fill in the blanks: (½×5=2 ½)
    a) …………………… helps to predict how person will behave in future.
    b) ……………………..channel stimulation improves memory.
    c) …………..play an important role in training retarded children.
    d) …………… , ………. children are misfit in regular classroom.
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  9. priyanka says:

    31 July, 2018 BNS-106 solved assignment 2018 1, 2 & 3 BNS-106/TMA-1
    BNS-107 solved assignment 2018 1, 2 & 3 BNS-107/TMA-1
    BNS-108 solved assignment 2018 1, 2 BNS-108/TMA-1
    31 August, 2018 BNS-106 solved assignment 2018 4-5 BNS-106/TMA-2
    BNS-108 solved assignment 2018 3-4 BNS-108/TMA-2

  10. priyanka says:

    MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING
    Assignment -1 (Block 1, 2&3) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: B.Sc. N (PB)
    Course Code: BNS 106
    Assignment Code: BNS 106/TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks: 100
    Last date of Submission : July 31 , 2018
    This Assignment has three parts – Part A, B and C
    Note:
    Part A consists of two long answer questions. Each question carries 15 marks.
    Part B consists of six short answer questions. Each question carries 10 marks.
    Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    Part A
    1) a) Explain the Nursing assessment of patients with Respiratory problems.
    b) Discuss the Nursing care plan for a patient with diagnosis of Tuberculosis. (7+8=15)
    2) Roshan lal, a 40 years old male patient, has been admitted in the surgical ward. He has been
    diagnosed with Arteriosclerosis Obliterans.
    a) Discuss the Causes and sign and symptoms of this disease.
    b) Describe the Nursing Care you would plan for Roshan Lal based on nursing process.
    (3+4+8=15)
    Part B
    3) a) Define pain.
    b) Enlist the types of pain.
    c) Discuss the barriers to effective pain management. (2+3+5=10)
    4) a) Define the term Spinal cord injury.
    b) Describe the nursing management of patient with spinal cord injury in acute phase.
    (2+8=10)
    5) a) List the Diseases and Disabilities of the Elderly.
    b) Describe the scope and role of Nurse in care of Elderly. (4+6=10)
    6) a) Enlist the principles of Disaster Nursing.
    b) Discuss the legal aspects of Disaster Nursing. (3+7=10)
    7) Discuss nursing management of a patient in the following conditions:
    a) Shock
    b) Chemical poisoning. (4+6=10)
    8) Describe the role of medical surgical Nurse in various specialty units. (10)
    4
    Part –C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement
    (5x ½ =2 ½ )
    a) One of the following is not the part of mental status examination:
    i) Habits
    ii) Orientation
    iii) Mood
    iv) Intelligence
    b) Common Cause of Cerebral Infarction is:
    i) Arteriosclerosis
    ii) Ischemia
    iii) Odema
    iv) Atherosclerosis
    c) All of the following are characteristics of Nurses working in specialty units except:
    i) Skilled
    ii) Observant
    iii) Interpret findings
    iv) Sympathy
    d) Early sign of post operative shock is:
    i) Anoxia
    ii) Drop-in B.P
    iii) Pain
    iv) Cold extremities
    e) Sunburn of eyes due to glare from snow is called:
    i) Frost Bite
    ii) Trench foot
    iii) Snow Blindness
    iv) Chill Blains
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  11. priyanka says:

    MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING
    Assignment -2 (Block 4 & 5) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: B.Sc. N (PB)
    Course Code: BNS 106
    Assignment Code: BNS 106/TMA-2/2018
    Maximum Marks : 100
    Last date of Submission : 31st August , 2018
    This assignment has three parts – Part A, B, and C
    Note:
    Part A consists of two long questions. Each question carries 15 marks
    Part B consists of six short questions. Each question carries 10 marks
    Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2 ½ marks.
    Part A
    1) a) Define Triage.
    b) Describe the types of Chest Injuries.
    c) Explain the complication of Chest Injuries.
    d) Describe the management of the various complications of Chest Injuries.(2+4+4+5=15)
    2) a) Define Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).
    b) Explain Etiology and Pathophysiology of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
    c) Discuss nurses role in managing joint contractures in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
    (2+5+8=15)
    Part B
    3) a) Define Hypothyroidism.
    b) Explain its etiology.
    c) Discuss the Nursing Management of a patient with Hypothyroidism. (2+3+5=10)
    4) Enumerate different types of Systemic lupus Erythematosus. Explain the Nursing Care for a
    patient having Systemic lupus Erythematosus. (3+7=10)
    5) Enumerate the Various Plastic and Reconstructive procedures studied by you. (10)
    6) Define Radiation Therapy. List the types of Radiation Therapy. Discuss the role of a nurse in
    Internal Radiation Therapy. (2+3+5=10)
    7) a) Explain the sign & symptoms of a patient with Oesophagal Diverticulum.
    b) Discuss the nursing responsibility for a patient with Gastrostomy. (5+5=10)
    8) Discuss the Nursing management of a patient with Total knee Replacement. (10)
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    Part C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement
    (5x ½ =2 ½)
    a) Congenital Wryneck is other name for:
    i) Torticollis
    ii) Club foot
    iii) Bell’s palsy
    iv) Spondylitis
    b) Milk man’s syndrome refers to:
    i) Fatigability
    ii) Malaise
    iii) Pseudo- fractures
    iv) Cyst formation
    c) Most dangerous complication of Acute Renal Failure:
    i) Hyponatremia
    ii) Hypokalemia
    iii) Hypernatremia
    iv) Hyperkalemia
    d) One of these is a Type III hypersensitivity reaction:
    i) Contact Dermatitis
    ii) Serum Sickness
    iii) Allergic Rhinitis
    iv) Transfusion Reaction
    e) The C 1
    -C 2
    is common site for spinal injury as it is:
    i) Most mobile
    ii) Most flexible
    iii) Most supportive
    iv) Mostly used
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    10) Match the statements given in column A with items given in column B: (5x ½ =2 ½)
    Column A Column B
    a) Foot drop can be prevented by i) Dowager’s hump
    b) Kyphosis ii) Pernicious Anemia
    c) Removing pox marks iii) Glucogenesis
    d) Intrinsic factor autoimmune disorder iv) Glycogenesis
    e) Glucagon v) Ulcerative Colitis
    vi) Dermabrasion
    vii) ROM exercises
    11) Fill in the blanks: (5x ½ =2 ½)
    a) Majority of joints of body belong to …………….category.
    b) The stimulus to release CCK-PZ in small intestine is ………….and ………….
    c) Port wine stains are called………………marks.
    d) Instilling warm oil is the first aid done to remove…………..from ear.
    12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T’ if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
    consider the statement as false. (5 x ½ = 2 ½ )
    a) Most obstructions occur in large i

  12. priyanka says:

    PAEDIATRIC NURSING
    Assignment-I (Block1, 2,3 )(Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code : B.Sc.N (PB)
    Course Code : BNS 107
    Assignment Code: BNS 107/ TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks = 100
    Last date of submission: 31st July 2018
    This assignment has three parts-Part A,B and C
    Note:
    Part A consists of two long question. Each question carries 15 marks
    Part B consist six short questions. Each question carries 10 marks
    Part C consist of four objectives types questions. Each question carries 2½ marks
    Part-A
    1) a) Define tracheo-oesophageal fistula (TEF) and describe its types with the help of a
    diagram.
    b) List the clinical features and Pathophysiology of tracheo-oesophageal fistula (TEF)
    c) Describe the pre operative and post operative nursing care of child with tracheaoesophageal
    fistula. (3+4+8=15)
    2) Mohit, a 5 year old child has come to out patient department with complain of pain in the
    right eye. Examination of the eye revealed redness, inflammation and watery discharge :
    a) List the inflammatory conditions of eye that Mohit is likely to have.
    b) Explain clinical features of any three inflammatory conditions.
    c) Describe the nursing management of any three of the inflammatory conditions of the
    eye. (3+3+9=15)
    Part B
    3) a) Define protein energy malnutrition (PEM)
    b) Differentiate between marasmus and kwashiorkor.
    c) Explain how will you as a nurse prevent PEM in children. (2+6+2=10)
    4) a) Describe the expected growth parameters of one year old infant (5+5=10)
    b) Discuss the expected developmental milestones to be attained by a 2 years old toddler.
    5) a) Enlist five conditions which demands resuscitation alert.
    b) Describe initial steps of neonatal resuscitation of newborn at birth
    c) List danger sign that you should observe carefully at birth of a newborn and report
    immediately. (2½+5+2½ =10)
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    6) a) Define Leukemia.
    b) Describe the types of leukemia
    c) Differentiate between thalassemia and hemophilia.
    d) Describe the nursing problems and nursing intervention of a child with Leukemia based
    on nursing process. (1+1+5+3=10)
    7) a) Define tubercular meningitis (TBM)
    b) Explain three stages of clinical course of the TBM
    c) Describe the nursing management of child with TBM based on nursing process.
    (2+3+5=10)
    8) a) Explain the causes of burns.
    b) Describe how will you estimate the following in a child who has 60% of burns.
    i) Depth of Burn injury
    ii) Burn area
    c) Explain the nursing management of a child with burns with special focus on fluid therapy.
    d) List immediate complication of burns. (2+2+4+2=10)
    Part C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement
    (5×½=2½)
    a) Non-bilious projectile vomiting is characteristic feature of:
    i) Hirschprung’s disease.
    ii) Congenital hypertrophy pyloric stenosis
    iii) Intussuception
    iv) Anorectal malformation.
    b) The characteristic symptom of intussusception is:
    i) Necrosis of involved segment of intestine
    ii) Passage of current jelly stool
    iii) Fever and prostration
    iv) Nausea and vomiting
    c) Second most common cause of burns in children is :
    i) Contact injury
    ii) Scald injury
    iii) Flame injury
    iv) Radiation injury
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    d) The vitamin C deficiency results in :
    i) Defect in the collagen synthesis
    ii) Increase in collagen synthesis
    iii) bone marrow depression and kidney failure
    iv) defective formation of long bones
    e) Galactosemia is characterized by:
    i) Presence of hepatic enzyme galactose –I phosphate
    ii) Absence of uridine transferase and galactose
    iii) Presence of galactose and uridine transferase
    iv) Absence of hepatic enzyme galactose-I phosphate, uridine transferase
    10) Fill in the blanks: (5×½=2½)
    a) Sudden cessation of breathing accompanied by cyanosis and bradycardia is called
    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
    b) Water logging of the head literally means …………………………………………..
    c) A congenital anomaly in which the urethral opening is situated on the ventral surface of
    the penis is called ……………………………………………
    d) White cheesy protective substance present on the skin and skin folds of the newborn is
    named as ………………………………………………………………….
    e) An edematous swelling of soft tissue of scalp due to pressure of the occiput during
    delivery is known as ……………………………………………………….
    11) Match the statement given in column ‘A’ with the term given in column ‘B’ (5×½=2½)
    Column A Column B
    a) Koplik’s spot i) Enureies
    b) Blood in the stool ii) Measles
    c) Deficient secretion of growth hormones iii) Hypo-pituitarism
    d) Abnormal development of red blood cells iv) Dysentry
    e) Droping of the upper eyelid v) Hydrocephalus
    vi) Megaloblastic Anemia
    vii) Strabismus
    viii) Aplastic Anemia
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    12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
    consider the statement as false. (5×½=2½)
    a) Phocomelia is the absence of proximal portion of a limb or limbs (T/F)
    d) The exact cause of Acute Rheumatic Fever is unknown. (T/F)
    c) After the caesarian section baby should be put on the breast immediatel

  13. priyanka says:

    MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
    Assignment-I (Block1 & 2) (Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code: B.Sc.N (PB)
    Course Code: BNS 108
    Assignment Code: BNS 108/ TMA-1/2018
    Maximum Marks = 100
    Last date of submission: 31st July2018
    This assignment has three parts-Part A, B and C
    Note:
    Part A consists of two long answer question. Each question carries 15 marks.
    Part B consist six short answer questions. Each question carries 10 marks.
    Part C consist of four objectives types questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
    Part-A
    1) a) Explain the meaning of defense mechanisms. (2+3+10=15)
    b) Describe characteristics of healthy and unhealthy defense mechanisms.
    c) Explain types of defense mechanisms with examples.
    2) a) Tabulate and explain different types of schizophrenia. (7+8=15)
    b) Explain the medical and nursing management of a patient with schizophrenia.
    Part-B
    3) a) Enlist the phases of nurse patient relationship.
    b) Discuss the tasks and barriers of working phase of nurse patient relationship. Support
    your answer with examples from clinical experience. (2+8=10)
    4) a) Describe the stages of mania.
    b) Explain the nursing management of patient with mania. (3+7=10)
    5) a) Define communication.
    b) Explain the principles of communication.
    c) Describe the non-therapeutic communication techniques which a nurse should avoid
    while interaction with clients. Support your answer with suitable examples.
    (1+3+6=10)
    6) Explain the concept of normalcy and abnormalcy using different models. (10)
    7) Describe the disorders of content of thought. Support your answer with examples from
    clinical field. (10)
    8) Explain five principles of psychiatric nursing. Support your answer with examples from
    your experience. (10)
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    Part-C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement
    (5×½=2½)
    a) All of the following are causes of termination of nurse patient relationship except:
    i) When the patient is leaving on ‘Parole’
    ii) When duty of nurse is completed in that ward
    iii) When the patient has no improvement in his/her symptoms
    iv) In case patient getting discharged
    b) The principles of communication are all of the following except:
    i) Clear
    ii) Cohesive
    iii) Concise
    iv) Complete
    c) All of the following are non-therapeutic communication techniques except:
    i) Advising
    ii) Preaching
    iii) Linking
    iv) Patronizing
    d) All of the following are factors affecting therapeutic relationship except:
    i) Self awareness
    ii) Sympathy
    iii) Confidentiality
    iv) Genuineness
    e) In all of the following conditions, suicidal fantasies occurs in period of recovery except:
    i) Depression
    ii) Acute Schizohphernia
    iii) Chronic Picks disease
    iv) Delirium
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    10) Fill in the blanks: (5×½=2½)
    a) When a patient repeats the words or phrases spoken in his presence, it is known as
    ……………………………………………………………………………….
    b) Feeling of love and hatred towards same subject, object at the same time is known as
    ……………………………………………………………………………….
    c) When a patient starts seeing the nurse as one of her close relatives it is referred as
    ……………………………………………………………………………….
    d) SMCR are the ………………………………………………………. of communication.
    e) Lithium is drug of choice for ………………………………………………………. patients.
    11) Match the statement given in column ‘A’ with the term given in column ‘B’ (½×5=2½)
    Column A Column B
    a) Primarily of a sexual nature, which constitutes i) Destructive drives
    a basic energy of life called libido ii) Constructive drives
    b) It is a mechanism in which individual justifies iii) Projection
    his/her maladaptive behavior by faulty logic, iv) Rationalization
    with socially acceptable reason v) Acceptance of patient as he is
    c) It conveys the feeling of being loved and non- vi) Empathy
    threatening experience vii) Sympathy
    d) One’s capacity for understanding other’s viii) Parkinson’s disease
    feelings by placing oneself in his/her situation ix) Picks disease
    or position
    e) The disorder is characterized by rigidity and
    spontaneous tremors of various muscles
    starting from one arm
    12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
    consider the statement as false. (5×½=2½)
    a) Dementia is an organic mental syndrome that is often acute in nature (T/F)
    b) Delirium is a reversible state characterized by disorientation. (T/F)
    c) Korsakoff syndrome, a type of dementia develops from a delirium tremens
    which does not completely recover. (T/F)
    d) Suicide is one of the least common symptoms seen in depression as well as
    in mania. (T/F)
    e) The triad symptoms of depression are depressed mood, (T/F)
    thinking and psychomotor retardation.

  14. priyanka says:

    MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
    Assignment-II (Block3 & 4 )(Tutor Marked)
    Programme Code : B.Sc.N (PB)
    Course Code : BNS 108
    Assignment Code: BNS 108/ TMA-2/2018
    Maximum Marks = 100
    Last date of submission: 31st Aug. 2018
    This assignment has three parts-Part A,B and C
    Note:
    Part A consists of two long question. Each question carries 15 marks
    Part B consist six short questions. Each question carries 10 marks
    Part C consist of four objectives types questions. Each question carries 2½ marks
    Part-A
    1) a) Define somatoform disorders. (2+3+5+5=15)
    b) Explain the types of somatoform disorders.
    c) Describe the psycho-dynamics and etiology of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD).
    d) Discuss the nursing management of patient having OCD.
    2) a) Write the objectives of National Mental Health Programme. (3+7+5=15)
    b) Describe existing mental health service and manpower in your State.
    c) Discuss about Mental Health Act.
    Part-B
    3) Ms. Geeta, a 20 yr old female is very restless, her skin is cold and clammy, she feels her
    heart is sinking. She is diagnosed as a case of ‘Anxiety Neurosis”.
    a) Define anxiety.
    b) List any four drugs used to treat ‘Anxiety Neurosis along with dose and side effects
    c) Plan the nursing care for Geeta based on nursing process. (2+3+5=10)
    4) a) List down the various neurotic disorders of children
    b) Explain the etiology of bed wetting (enuresis)
    c) Describe how as a nurse you would help a child having enuresis. (2+3+5=10)
    5) a) Define substance abuse.
    b) Enlist the signs and symptoms of narcotic withdrawal
    c) Discuss the nurses’ responsibilities in management of a patient with narcotic
    withdrawal symptoms. (1+3+6=10)
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    6) a) List down the side effects of Antipsychotic drugs.
    b) Discuss the nurses responsibilities while administering Antipsychotics drugs. (4+6=10)
    7) a) Describe the levels of preventive psychiatry
    b) Explain the role of a community mental health nurse in primary prevention
    of mental illness (3+7=10)
    8) a) List down the causes of suicide
    b) Explain how a nurse can assess the lethality of suicidal attempt/ideation.
    c) Discuss the nursing management of a client who has been admitted in psychiatric
    ward emergency with a suicidal attempt (1+3+6=10)
    Part-C
    9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement
    (5×½=2½)
    a) Fear of strangers is called as;
    i) Algo phobia
    ii) Xenophobia
    iii) Social phobia
    iv) Agro phobia
    b) When patient complains that his/her mental activity, body and surroundings are unreal,
    remote or automatized it is called as
    i) Depersonalization
    ii) Neurasthenia
    iii) Phobia
    iv) Hyperphagia
    c) When a person presents unrealistic or exaggerated physical complaints it is called as;
    i) Psychotic disorders
    ii) Neurotic disorders
    iii) Hypochondriacal disorders
    iv) Dissociative fugue
    d) Muscular incoordination, particularly at arms and legs due to side effects of drugs is
    referred as;
    i) Aphasia
    ii) Ataxia
    iii) Autisim
    iv) Anxiety
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    e) Pupillary constriction is the sign of intoxication of the following
    i) Barbiturates
    ii) Cocaine
    iii) Opiates
    iv) Hyprotics
    10) Fill in the blanks: (5×½=2½)
    a) An intentional act which prevents an individual from moving about wherever he wants
    is referred as ………………………………………………………
    b) The main indication of ECT is …………………………………………………….
    c) The absolute contraindication of ECT is ……………………………………………..
    d) Systematic desensitization, assertiveness training are the examples of ……………………
    e) The form of psychotherapy which focuses on characteristic interactions that reveals
    internal ego state of an individual is referred as ……………………………….
    10) Match the statement given in column ‘A’ with the term given in column ‘B’ (5×½=2½)
    Column A Column B
    a) Impairment of ability to read i) Self help groups
    b) Perceptual change in clear consciousness, ii) Narcissism hyperactivity
    automatic with marked anxiety and persecutory iii) Temper tantrums
    ideation
    c) Seeing to each other need through discussing iv) ADHD
    d) Self love seen in adulthood v) PTSD
    e) Anger, frustration, attention seeking behaviour vi) Dyslexia
    12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
    consider the statement as false. (5×½=2½)
    a) Battery is an intentional touching of another client without his/her consent. (T/F)
    b) Puerperal psychosis refers to schizophrenia, depression or mania before (T/F)
    delivery
    c) Truancy is one of symptoms presented during adolescent crisis. (T/F)
    d) Fracture after ECT is major complication of ECT. (T/F)
    e) One of the purposes of restraining a patient is uncontrolled and unsafe
    behavior of the patient.

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