Nursing quiz

mental health quiz

sleep disorders quiz

1. Sleep deprivation results in

A. Psychotic disorders

B. Decreased mental alertness

C. Emotional disturbances


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2. In a typical major sleep period, how many cycles of NREM-REM are there?

A. 2-4

B. 4-6

C. 6-10

D. 10-12

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3. Kleine-Levin syndrome is characterized by the following features, EXCEPT

A. Male predominance

B. Hypersomnia

C. Hypersexuality

D. Hyperphagia

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4. Amphetamines are recognized in the treatment of

A. Schizophrenia

B. Narcolepsy

C. Obesity

D. Mental retardation

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5. Which of the following is associated with narcolepsy?

A. Lymphocytosis

B. Sexual impotence

C. Obesity

D. All of the above

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6. Catalepsy is characterized by

A. Clear consciousness

B. Postural collapse

C. Paralysis of voluntary muscles under emotional excitement

D. EEG pattern of REM sleep during attack

E. All of the above

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7. Which statement about PISA syndrome is TRUE?

A. Perverted appetite for soil

B. It is not a chronic dystonic reaction

C. Patient walks in a slanting posture

D. Commonly affects elderly people

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8. Narcolepsy is characterized by

A. Sudden irresistible desire to sleep

B. More frequent occurrence in females

C. Relief from barbiturates

D. REM sleep during narcoleptic attacks

E. Only A and D

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9. Which of the following is an objective method for determining daytime sleepiness?

A. Polysomnography

B. Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)

C. Electromyogram (EMG)

D. PLMS index

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10. Which of the following drug is FDA approved agent in PLMS and Restless Leg syndrome?

A. Ropinirole

B. Zolpidem

C. Zaleplon

D. Eszopiclone

E. Ramelteon

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1. B
2. B
3. C
4. B
5. D
6. E
7. C
8. E
9. B
10. A
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