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Date posted: November 9, 2011

Nurse & Pharmacist Homeopathy Govt of Kerala Question Papers of the year 2005, 2007, 2009 Model, 2009, 2010

November 2005
Paper 1: Anatomy & Physiology
Time: Two Hours        Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer Part A and B in separate answer-books.

Part. A (Anatomy)
Draw diagrams wherever necessary

1.Classify blood vessels. What are the sites of intravenous injections? Describe median cubital vein. ( 5+3+7= 15 Marks)

11.Write short notes on

  • a) Peculiar feature of clavicle
  • b) Dorsalis pedis artery
  • c) Calf muscle
  • d) Chambers of heart
  • e) Cartilaginous joint       (5×5 = 25 Marks)

111.Write one word answer to

  • a) Space in which CSF stored
  • b) Right branch of arch of aorta
  • c) Coverings of Lungs
  • d) Nerve fiber which carry impulse from brain to the target area
  • e) Largest artery in the body     ( 5×2+ 10 Mark)

Part.B. (Physiology)

1.Define arterial blood pressure. Give the normal values and describe the methods used for measuring the blood pressure.     (5+2+13=20 Marks)

11. Write short notes on

  • a) ESR
  • b) Functions of Liver
  • c) Edema
  • d) Arterial pulse
  • e) Hormones
  • f) Artificial respiration        (6×5 = 30 Marks)

MAY 2007
Paper 1: Anatomy & Physiology
Time: Two Hours        Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer Part A and B in separate answer-books.

Part. A (Anatomy)
Draw diagrams wherever necessary

I. Classify bones. Explain each type with examples.          (15 marks)

II. Write short notes on:

  • A) Synovial joint.  B) Diaphram C) Brain D) Thoracic cage
  • F) Male reproductive system — Parts.             (5 x 5 = 25)

111. Give one word answers.

  • A) Functional unit of kidney. B) Covering of the heart C) Wind pipe
  • D) Sites of intramuscular injections. F) Nerve for hearing and equilibrium. (2 x 5 = 10)

Part B (PHYSIOLOGY)

I. Give the normal values.

  • A) Cardiac output B) Hb% in female C) Urea in blood
  • D) Heart rate   E) Respiratory rate              (5 x 1 5)

II. Answer the following in single word.

  • A) Source of bile pigments
  • B) The WBC increased in allergic condition,
  • C) The carbohydrate splitting enzyme in saliva
  • D) Hormone deficit in Diabetes mellitus.
  • E) Hormone helps in reabsorption of water.    (5 x 1 = 5)

III. Answer in two or three sentences.

  • A) Functions of Haemoglobin.
  • B) Functions of Platelets.
  • C) Heart sounds.
  • D) Functions of bile salt.
  • E) Breath sounds.             (5 x 2 = 10)

IV. Define

  • A) Blood pressure B) Pulse C) Cyanosis D) Residual value F) Neuron.   (5x 2 = 10)

V. Write  briefly

  • A) Functions of plasma protein  B) Enzymes of pancreatic juice
  • C) Functions of growth hormone D) Abnormal constituents of Urine     (5 x 4 = 20)

 MODEL EXAMINATION. DEC:2009.
PAPER. I ANATOMY &PHYSIOLOGY
Time: 2 hours       Answer Sections Separately.  Maximum Marks 100

PART-A D raw Diagrams Where ever necessary

1. Write the Anatomy of different parts of Alimentary System. Draw a neat labeled diagram.

2.   Write Short Notes on:

  • a) Bones of upper limb
  • b) Chambers of heart
  • c)Liver and Gail Bladder
  • d) Lungs
  • e) Hip joint
  • f) Radial pulse               5×6 =30 marks

3. Name the following

  • a)Longest bone
  • b)Vein in which Intra venous injections are given
  • c)Name the Special senses. d)Organ of Phonation(sound production).    . e)A partition that separates Thorax and Abdomen (5×2=10Marks)

PART-B   PHYSIOLOGY

I. Give the normal values of

  • 1)Blood Glucose level
  • 2)Blood Cholesterol level
  • 3) Urea in blood
  • 4) ESR in females
  • 5) Cardiac output

II. Answer in single word

  • 1)WBC increased in Allergic condition
  • 2) Enzyme in saliva
  • 3) Hormone needed for contraction of uterus
  • 4) Cretinism is the deficiency of
  • 5) Formed element that he fps in immunity  (5×1= 5Marks)

I.  Define

  • 1) Neurosis
  • 2) Pulse
  • 3) Coagulation
  • 4) Systolic pressure          5) Anaemia           (5×2 = 10 marks)

IV. Answer in two or three  sentences

  • 1)Functions of Platelets      2)Haemogloain
  • 3)}Diabetes insipidus           4)Succus Entericus 5) Neutrophil      (5×2=l0Marks)

October  2009
Paper 1 – Anatomy & Physiology
Time : 2 hours                     Marks : 100

I. What is skeleton ? Explain different types of skeleton seen in your body,           15

II. Write short notes on :

  1. Sternum
  2. Urinary bladder
  3. Mycology
  4. Cubital fossa
  5. Significance of clavicle    25 marks

III. Give one word answers

  1. Afferent nerves
  2. Largest sesmoid bone
  3. Trigone
  4. Largest glad in your body
  5. Length of female urethra     10 marks

PART 11 -PHYSIOLOGY

I. Give the normal values :

  • I . Blood pressure
  • 2. Bilirubin in plasma
  • 3. Uric acid in blood
  • 4. Respiratory rate
  • 5. Urine output/day,                5 marks

II.  Answer the following in single word

  • 1.Fat digesting enzyme in  pancreatic  Juice.
  • 2. WBC  increased in acute infection
  • 3. Diabetes insipidus is due to deficiency of
  • 4. Formed elements that helps in clotting blood
  • 5. Hormone increased in gigantism. (5×1=5)

III.   Answer in two or three sentences

  1. Functions of RBC
  2. Heart sounds
  3. Functions of bile
  4. Functions of spleen
  5. Functions of skin    10 marks

IV.  Define

  1. Blood pressure
  2. Hypoxia
  3. Cyanosis
  4. Nephron
  5. Vital capacity    10 marks

V.  Write briefly

  1. Blood groups
  2. Functions of  WBC
  3. Normal constituents of urine
  4. Jaundice                                        20 marks

 January  2010
Paper I  Anatomy & Physiology
Time : 2 hours  (Maximum marks : 100)
[Note :    1. Answer Part-A and Part-13 in separate answer books. 2. Draw diagrams wherever necessary.]

PART–A Anatomy

I What is osteology ? Describe scapula.     15 marks

II – Write short notes on : Diaphragm r Gall bladder.~

  • 1. Pneumatic bone
  • 2. Vertebral column
  • 3. Axilla
  • 4. Diaphram     5. Gall Bladder   (5×5=25)

III Give one word answers :

  • l.   Styloid process of radius
  • 2.  Total number of carpal bones in our body
  •  3. Efferent nerves
  • 4.  Pyramids of kidney
  • 5.  Length of male urethra.        (5×2= 10)

 

PART-B Physiology

1. Give the normal values :

  • l.  Blood volume, ‘,
  • 2. Hb%
  • 3. Cholesterol in blood
  • 4. Blood sugar
  •  5. Heart rate.    5 marks

II.            Answer the following in single word :

  • l.   Protein digesting enzymes in gastric juice.
  • 2.  WBC increased in chronic infection.
  • 3.  Hormone increased in gigantism.
  • 4.  Hormone deficit in diabetes mellitus.
  • 5. Scurvy is due to deficiency of which vitamin     5 marks

III Answer in two or three sentences :

  •  1. Sources of vitamin A.
  • 2.  Functions of platelets.
  • 3.  Functions of saliva
  • 4.  Functions of skin.
  • 5.  Functions of bile salt.

IV. Define :

  • I. Cardiac output
  •  2. Neuron
  • 3.  Blood pressure
  •  4. Anaemia
  • 5. Cyanosis.

V             Write briefly :

  • l . Functions of plasma proteins -
  • 2. Abnormal constituents of urine
  • 3. Regulation of body temperature,
  • 4. Determination of blood pressure.

 1st Semester  Examination 2005
Time:1 ½ hrs Marks : 50
Subject : ANATOMY
(Draw labeled diagrams wherever necessary)

1.Describe General anatomy of heart   (10Marks)

11. Write short essays

  • 1. Stomach
  • 2. Kidneys
  • 3. Liver
  • 4. Breast    (4x 5 = 20)

II Write short note on

  • I. Cerebellum
  • 2. Mac Burnnys Point
  • 3. Testis
  • 4. Urinary Bladder
  • 5. Lungs      (5×420)

 1st Semester  Examination 2005
Time:1 ½ hrs Marks : 50
Subject : SURGERY
(Draw  diagrams wherever necessary)

  • 1.Explain the General Principles of First-Aid.
  • 2.How will you manage a case of Drowning.
  • 3.Classify Haemorrhage.
  • 4.Define Shock and what are the different types of Shock.
  • 5.Explain different types of Wounds.
  • 6.What are the effects of Burns. How will you manage a case of 60% Burn.
  • 7.What are the conservative management of a case of severe Asphyxia.
  • 8.How will you manage a case of Convulsion.
  • 9. Explain different types of Bandaging.
  • 10. What is Fracture. What are the complications Fracture.

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