B.sc Nursing 4th Year Midwifery And Obstetrical Imp Questions 2024

In this post, B.sc nursing 4th year midwifery and Obstetrical important questions are given for 2024. 

Prepare answers by writing these important questions in sequence in your notebook. 

These questions have been asked many times in the question paper in the past, hence there is a strong possibility of them being asked again. 

Do not assume that these questions will be asked in the question paper in the same format, they can also be twisted and put before you. 

All the questions of b.sc nursing 4th year midwifery and obstetrical nursing question paper given here are mandatory for the exam, so take them seriously. 

Try to write the answers to these questions in your own words.

You will be able to do this only when your concept on the Obg topic is clear. 

For this, you will have to read the chapter related to this topic from your textbook 2 to 3 times. 

If you have any difficulty in writing the answer to any question, consult the Advanced Nursing book or your professor. 

When you get the B.Sc Nursing 4th year OBG question paper in the examination hall, first of all, make sure that the question paper is error-free. 

In case of an error, contact the invigilator present in the class. 

Read the instructions given on the first page of the question paper found in the examination hall carefully and try to answer the questions as per the instructions. 

With this, you will save time and will be able to give equal time to all other questions. 

The Obg question paper for B.Sc Nursing given here will act as a guide for the students. 

Students will be able to understand what the pattern of questions will be in the exam and what type of questions they will have to pay attention to. 

Let us solve these midwifery and obstetrical nursing important questions and prepare exam notes for ourselves.

Midwifery And Obstetrical Questions Exam Preparation

B.sc Nursing 4th Year OBG Important Questions

  • Define lightning-premonitory sign of labor. 
  • Explain the signs and symptoms of pregnancy according to the trimesters.
  • Define postpartum hemorrhage and list down the types of Postpartum hemorrhage.  
  • Write in detail the risk factors of pregnancy. 
  • Write the names of four types of pelvis. 
  • A mother admitted to the labor room with pain and uterine contractions- (a) Explain the preparation of the mother in the delivery room (b) Describe the non-pharmacological approach to relieve the pain (c) Explain the physiological changes in the first stage of labor.
  • Write the name of the four types of episiotomy.
  • Define the puerperium. 
  • Write a short answer to the following:- (a) Abruptio placenta (b) Forceps (c) Induction of labor (d) Minor disorders during pregnancy (e) Polyhydramnios. 
  • Define precipitate labor.
  • Describe the physiological changes during puerperium. 
  • What are the effects of TORCH infection on childbearing?
  • Write the name of any two tocolytic agents. 
  • Explain the nursing management of a woman during the first week of puerperium.
  • Discuss cervicograph in labour. 
  • Define abortion and enlist types of abortion.
  • Write a short answer to the following:- (a) Phlegmasia al-badolens (b) Stall worthy’s sign (c) Name the parts of the fallopian tube (d) Rollover test. 
  • Write causative factors for bleeding in early pregnancy. 
  • Define Perinatal Mortality.
  • Explain the 'Adoption'.
  • As a nurse midwife plan for an ideal labor room in a maternity hospital- (a) Write down factors to be considered for planning the labor room, physical setup, equipment, and personal management (b) Describe the role of the nurse midwife in the obstetric ICU.
  • Define Vasapraevia. 
  • Discuss hydatidiform mole. Describe medical and nursing management.
  • Write the two causes of Unstable Lies (Lie). 
  • Write the short notes on the following:- (a) Effect of anemia on pregnancy (b) Enumerate the types of etiology of multiple pregnancies (c) Normal characteristics of newborn (d) Indications for a cesarean section (e) Roll of the nurse in family welfare program (f) Nurse responsibility in oxytocin administration. 
  • Define Mauriceau-Smellie-veit Manoeuvre.
  • Write a short answer to the following:- (a) List etiological factors of maternal mortality (b) Pre-conception care (c) General description of the female pelvis (d) Non-stress test (e) Ectopic pregnancy.
  • Difference between cord presentation and cord prolapsed.
  • Explain the causes of postpartum hemorrhage and discuss the management of true postpartum hemorrhage.
  • Write a short answer to the following:- (a) Emergency contraception (b) Any two risk factors arising during pregnancy (c) Any two causes of the non-engaged head (d) Any two indicators of fetal well-being (e) Four differential diagnoses of true and spurious labor (f) Any two aims of antenatal care. 
  • Define the types of perineal tears.
  • What is nipple confusion?
  • Name any two conditions where the maternal serum Alpha-fetoprotein level is elevated. 
  • Explain the 'Outcomes of tubal pregnancy'.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Physiology of menstrual cycle (b) Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) (c) Levels of neonatal care (d) Antenatal exercises (e) Cervical incompetence. 
  • Define the menstrual cycle. 
  • Define normal labor.  
  • What are the warning signs of eclampsia?
  • Write short answers to the following:- (a) Nidation (b) Lie (c) Types of breech presentation (d) Abnormalities.
  • Define implantation bleeding.
  • What is macrosomia?. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Goodell’s sign (b) Bishop’s Score (c) Mention any two indications for Ventouse delivery (d) Mention the four stages of eclamptic convulsion. 
  • Define HELLP syndrome. 
  • What is Rh Incompatibility?
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Habitual abortion (b) Photo therapy (c) Cardiotocograph. 
  • Explain the 'RCH program'.
  • Write the difference between antepartum hemorrhage and postpartum hemorrhage.
  • What is GTT?
  • Write a short answer to the following:- (a) Engagement (b) Physiological anemia (c) List four positions of vertex presentation (d) Hegar sign.
  • Define Lochia and types of Lochia.
  • Define high-risk pregnancy and list down the causes.
  • Define the MCH program. 
  • Write any two diameters of the Fetal skull.
  • Describe the role of a nurse in the first stage of labor. 
  • Write any two advantages of progestin-only pills. 
  • Write the short notes on the following:- (a) Foetal circulation (b) Partogram (c) Placental separation (d) Drugs in labor (e) Amniotic fluid embolism.
  • State four uses of Ultra-Sonogram in Pregnancy. 
  • Define trial labor.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Amniocentesis (b) Hyperemesis gravidarum (c) Intrauterine contraceptive devices (d) APGAR Score (e) Bearing Down Efforts. 
  • Define puerperal pyrexia.
  • Define Pre-term Baby. 
  • Define occult prolapse.
  • What is Jacqumier’s sign?
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) HIV Prenatal Care Management (b) Fertilization (c) Functions of Traditional Birth Attendant (d) Chignon.
  • Define IUGR.
  • Define Quickening. 
  • Write the Naegele’s formula.
  • Describe the structure of the female pelvis with its bones, joints, ligaments, diameters, and important landmarks.
  • Define Breast Engorgement. 
  • Explain in detail about clinical Pelvimetry to identify pelvic adequacy.
  • Define Infertility. 
  • What is medical termination of pregnancy? 
  • Define Obstetrical Shock.

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