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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Free Nclex Review Question 2 (Nclex Testing)

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Strict aseptic technique must be adhered to while performing endotracheal suctioning in order to prevent the introduction of pathogens into the lung field.

Myoglobinuria is a common finding after significant electrical injury or other significant muscular trauma and a potential complication of myoglobinuria is acute tubular necrosis. To prevent myoglobin from precipitating in the renal tubules, the IV rate is increased to maintain a urine output of 100 to 150 mL per hour until the urine is grossly clear of myoglobin.

Clients with Parkinson’s disease generally have resting tremors and the tremor can be reduced with voluntary activity. Grasping coins or another object or holding onto the arm of a chair will assist in reducing the tremors. Tremors diminish (not stop completely) with medication and voluntary activities. Tremors worsen at rest.

Permanent sterility for males is a side effect of radiation to the abdominopelvic region as a treatment for Hodgkin’s disease, and the nurse should plan to discuss sperm banking as a reproductive option with the client.

Warm packs applied to the affected side of the face can soothe the discomfort associated with Bell’s palsy. Vigorous massage can be harmful and will not resolve the paralysis. The client should chew on the unaffected side and lubricating eye drops should be used to prevent eye dryness and resultant injury.

Tooth brushing can cause pain with trigeminal neuralgia, so a water pick or warm mouth wash should be used instead. Massage and exposure to cold can increase pain. Morning care should be carried out when pain medication has had a chance to take effect.

A decrease in blood pressure and tachycardia could indicate post-operative bleeding. Bleeding is a complication of a parathyroidectomy. Often bleeding cannot be observed on the front of the dressing in a client who had a parathyroidectomy, since it trickles around the neck to the back. Therefore, it is important for the nurse to check the front, sides, back of the dressing, and the sheets underneath the neck.

Every effort should be made to maintain the infant in a neutral thermal environment. Oxygen consumption increases rapidly above or below the neutral thermal environment. Handling the infant stimulates movement and thus oxygen consumption. This includes auscultating breath sounds and performing heel sticks.

Health care professionals must use caution during the intrapartal period to reduce the risk of the transmission of HIV to the fetus. Any procedure that exposes blood or body fluids from the mother to the fetus should be avoided. It is important for nurses to guard against procedures that would result in a loss of skin integrity and expose the fetus to maternal blood or body fluids. Direct (internal) fetal monitoring is a procedure that may expose the fetus to maternal blood or body fluids and therefore should be avoided. Exposure to cervical and vaginal secretions is a likely mechanism of transmission to the newborn therefore a cesarean birth is warranted.

The nurse caring for a client with PIH demonstrating the potential for seizures should pad the side rails on the bed and initiate seizure precautions to provide a safe and effective care environment.

Checking pupillary responses to light is a component of a neurological assessment. Urine is not positive for glucose and protein with cerebral trauma. Specific gravity is maintained between 1.002 and 1.030 to ensure adequate fluid balance in the body. Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) is a complication of head trauma and in this complication the specific gravity drops to 1.000. Orthostatic blood pressures are not assessed in the client with head trauma; the head of the bed should remain elevated to at least 30 degrees to decrease the amount of cerebral edema.

Tremors, rigidity, and bradykinesia are manifestations of Parkinson’s disease. Carbidopa-levodopa (Sinemet) is an antiparkinson agent and is used to control symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Phenytoin (Dilantin) is an anticonvulsant and antidysrhythmic. Pyridostigmine (Mestinon) is a cholinergic medication often used to treat myasthenia gravis. Warfarin (Coumadin) is an anticoagulant.

Intubation should always precede gastric lavage to prevent pulmonary aspiration.

Phytonadione (vitamin K) is routinely given to every newborn as an injection. Any injection would need to wait until after the bath of the newborn infant and after the skin is thoroughly cleansed. Newborns are covered with amniotic fluid, vernix, mucus, and maternal blood. Any of these fluids could contain the virus. An injection would transmit the virus directly into the newborn’s system. Avoiding the use of forceps and vacuum extractions helps prevent lacerations to the infant’s scalp. A bath immediately after delivery removes the body fluid, and breastfeeding is discouraged because it can transmit the virus to the baby.

A frequent side effect of therapy with any of the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, such as lisinopril, is the appearance of a persistent, dry cough. The cough generally does not improve while the client is taking the medication. Clients are advised to notify the physician if the cough becomes very troublesome to them.

Nitroglycerin is a coronary vasodilator used in the management of angina pectoris. The client is generally advised to apply a new patch each morning and leave in place for 12 to 14 hours, as per physician directions. This prevents the client from developing tolerance (as happens with 24-hour use). The client should avoid placing the system in skin folds or excoriated areas. The client can apply a new patch if it becomes dislodged because the dose is released continuously in small amounts through the skin.

Tissue plasminogen activator is a thrombolytic medication that is used to dissolve thrombi or emboli due to thrombus. A frequent and potentially severe side effect of therapy is bleeding. The nurse assesses for signs of bleeding in clients receiving this therapy. Equipment needed by the nurse would include occult blood-test strips to monitor for occult blood in the urine, stool, or nasogastric drainage.

Headache is a frequent side effect of nitroglycerin because of the vasodilating action of the medication. It usually diminishes in frequency as the client becomes accustomed to the medication and is effectively treated with acetaminophen (Tylenol).

Betaxolol is a ß-adrenergic blocking agent used to lower blood pressure, relieve angina, or decrease dysrhythmias. Side effects include bradycardia and symptoms of congestive heart failure, such as weight gain and increased edema.

Verapamil is a calcium channel–blocking agent that may be used to treat rapid-rate supraventricular tachydysrhythmias, such as atrial flutter or atrial fibrillation. The client must be placed on a cardiac monitor to evaluate the effectiveness of the medication. A noninvasive blood-pressure monitor also is helpful, but is not as essential as the cardiac monitor.

Cola, coffee, and chocolate contain xanthine and should be avoided by the client taking a xanthine bronchodilator. This could lead to an increased incidence of cardiovascular and central nervous system side effects.

The client taking a potassium-wasting diuretic, such as chlorothiazide (Diuril), must be monitored for decreased potassium levels. Other fluid and electrolyte imbalances that occur with use of this medication include hyponatremia, hypercalcemia, hypomagnesemia, and hypophosphatemia.

Amiloride is a potassium-sparing diuretic used to treat edema or hypertension. A daily dose should be taken in the morning to avoid nocturia. The dose should be taken with food to increase bioavailability. Sodium should be restricted if used as an antihypertensive.

Diazepam is a sedative/hypnotic with anticonvulsant and skeletal muscle–relaxant properties. The nurse should institute safety measures before leaving the client’s room to ensure that the client does not injure self. The most frequent side effects of this medication are dizziness, drowsiness, and lethargy. For this reason, the nurse puts the side rails up on the bed before leaving the room to prevent falls.

Because therapeutic and toxic dosage ranges are so close, lithium blood levels must be monitored very closely, more frequently at first and then once every several months after that. The client should be instructed to contact the physician immediately if excessive diarrhea, vomiting, or diaphoresis occurs. Lithium is irritating to the gastric mucosa; therefore lithium should be taken with food. A normal diet and normal salt and fluid intake (1500 to 3000 mL/day of fluid) should be maintained because lithium decreases sodium reabsorption in the renal tubules, which could cause sodium depletion. A low sodium intake causes an increase in lithium retention and could lead to toxicity.

Adverse effects of haloperidol include extrapyramidal symptoms noted as marked drowsiness and lethargy, excessive salivation, and a fixed stare. Hypotension, nausea, and blurred vision are occasional side effects.

Women who are postmenopausal are taught to do BSE on the same day of every month. Before menopause, women should do the procedure 7 days after the start of the menstrual cycle when the breasts are least tender. Each breast is examined with the opposite hand. The pads of the fingers should be used for palpation, and the client should press deeply feeling for lumps. The client may use a circular, up-and-down, or wedge method of assessment. Consistency of use of the same method is more important than the actual method used. The client would inspect the breasts while standing in front of a mirror. The client would palpate the breasts while in the shower because soapy wet skin makes it easy to slide the pads of the fingers across breast tissue, or the client would palpate the breasts while in the supine position.

Toxic shock syndrome is caused by infection and is often associated with tampon use. DIC is a complication of TSS. The nurse assesses the client for signs of this complication and notifies the physician promptly when a pattern of signs and symptoms is noted.

Testicular self-examination is an excellent self-screening examination for testicular cancer, which predominantly affects men in their late teens and twenties. The examination is performed once a month, as is breast self-examination (BSE). As an aid to remember to do it, the examination should be done on the same day each month. The scrotum is held in one hand and the testicle is rolled between the thumb and forefinger of the other hand. The examination should not be painful. It is easiest to do either during or after a warm shower (or bath) when the scrotum is relaxed.

The client with fibrocystic breast disorder experiences worsening of symptoms (breast lumps, painful breasts, and possible nipple discharge) before the onset of menses. This is associated with cyclical hormone changes. Clients should understand that this is part of the clinical picture of this disorder.

The client demonstrates the most difficulty adjusting to the loss of the breast by refusing to look at the wound or incisional drain. This indicates that the client is not ready or willing to begin to acknowledge and cope with the surgery.

After a radical vulvectomy, discharge instructions include, resume activity slowly, but walking is a beneficial activity. The client should know to rest when fatigue occurs. Activities to be avoided include driving, heavy housework, strenuous exercise, wearing tight clothing, crossing the legs, and prolonged standing or sitting. Sexual activity is prohibited for 4 to 6 weeks after surgery.




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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Free Nclex Review Questions 1 (Nclex Practice)

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Aldosterone plays a major role in fluid and electrolyte balance. The nurse maintains an accurate intake and output record to monitor this function.

Clients with multiple myeloma experience severe bone pain due to destructive bone lesions that are visible on x-ray. Radiation is very useful in relieving bone pain and reducing the size of plasma cell tumors.

Maintaining confidentiality and the client’s dignity is a component of the client’s rights.

Excessive drooling is an indicator of a client’s inability to handle secretions and an indicator of the risk for aspiration. Since clients with Guillain-Barré syndrome have dysphagia, sitting in high-Fowler’s and swallowing with the head slightly flexed forward help decrease the risk of aspiration.

Quinidine is an antidysrhythmic that is used to maintain normal sinus rhythm following conversion of atrial fibrillation or atrial flutter. Verapamil (Calan) is generally used to control heart rate. Nifedipine (Procardia) is a vasodilator and bretylium (Bretylol) is generally used for control of ventricular dysrhythmias.

Hypoparathyroidism is a disorder in which parathyroid hormone is lacking and thereby causing low serum calcium levels. Hypocalcemia can cause tetany, which if untreated, can lead to seizures. The nurse would institute seizure precautions in order to maintain a safe environment.

Most clients in body casts are non-ambulatory and are likely to develop constipation. The use of fruits, fruit juices, and high-fiber foods will promote normal bowel elimination habits

After lumbar fusion the client is on bed rest and placed in the flat position, but may be logrolled every 2 hours. When turning, the nurse should be aware of the fact that the client’s proper body alignment must be maintained

Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) is a shrub found in Mexico and the southwestern region of the United States. It has been used to treat skin disorders such as chapped dry skin, scaling, eczema, psoriasis, and seborrhea.

Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto) is a palm found in the United States. It is primarily used to treat benign prostatic hypertrophy. It is also used as a mild diuretic; to treat chronic and subacute cystitis; and to increase breast size, sperm count, and sexual potency.

Continuous Arteriovenous hemofiltration (CAVH), also called ultrafiltration, is a continuous treatment for acute renal failure that causes minimal or no changes in the client’s blood pressure. It is therefore an ideal form of dialysis for the client who is hemodynamically unstable.

With a complete placenta previa, cesarean delivery is indicated because the placenta covers the entire internal cervical os. A Foley catheter is indicated to keep the bladder empty and less vulnerable to trauma during the surgery. Enemas are contraindicated due to their stimulatory effect on contractions, which can contribute to maternal-fetal hemorrhage as the cervix dilates and pulls away from the back of the placenta. An abdominal, not perineal, shave prep is done in preparation for abdominal surgery.

Prednisone is given to clients with myasthenia gravis to reduce symptoms of the disease. Prednisone is given without regard to food unless GI upset occurs.

Mestinon is intended to improve both muscle strength and endurance. A history of hyperthyroidism complicates therapy, because the risk of cardiac dysrhythmia exists.

Alkaline phosphatase is an enzyme found in osteoblasts that reflects osteoblastic activity. Alkaline phosphatase is expected to be significantly increased with osteogenic sarcoma. Therefore it is not necessary to call the physician immediately. An elevated level is also seen in Paget’s disease, rickets, hyperparathyroidism, myeloma, and sarcoidosis. Concern should be taken to decrease the risk of fractures and reduce pressure and skin breakdown.

Prednisone is a glucocorticoid. It can be taken without regard to meals or can be taken with food if gastrointestinal upset occurs. It is best to take a single daily dose in the morning before 9:00 a.m. to mimic the natural burst of glucocorticoid secretion that occurs in the morning.

Intake and output are monitored and fluids are encouraged because trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole is nephrotoxic.

Nursing care to meet the nutritional needs of clients with AIDS centers around nursing interventions to provide protection from infection. The main considerations to be remembered include avoiding all milk or milk products, and completely cooking all meals, especially raw vegetables and fruits prior to eating. Remember that these clients are immunocompromised. Foods that have the potential to harbor bacteria need to be avoided.

From 5 to 10 days after the first day of menses is the best time for BSE in a premenopausal client. After menopause, BSE needs to continue once a month and should be done on the same day of the month for ease in remembering to do so. BSE may begin on either breast but is usually performed on the left breast first. As with nursing assessments, inspection is the first step in BSE. Breasts of unequal size are common; changes in size or contour are findings that should be reported to the practitioner.

Adrenal insufficiency can result in hypoglycemia. Aldosterone insufficiency can result in hypovolemia

Levothyroxine sodium (Synthroid) is a synthetically prepared thyroid hormone that increases body metabolism and thus increases energy level. It promotes weight loss and increases body temperature. It does not affect acid production.

Before initiating a tube feeding, the nurse needs to determine that the tube is correctly placed. If the tube is not correctly placed and the client is fed, serious complications such as aspiration can result.

An advantage of the Venturi mask is that it can deliver precise amounts of oxygen to the client. A partial rebreather mask is used to permit conservation of oxygen while allowing rebreathing of approximately one third of the client’s exhaled air. The nonrebreather mask provides for the highest concentration of oxygen available using a mask. The simple oxygen mask is used for clients who need humidified oxygen by mask for short-term use (less than 12 hours) at rates of 6 to 10 liters per minute.

Reversal of hypoglycemia requires a 10- to 15-gram simple carbohydrate load that will work quickly to increase the blood glucose levels.





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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Nclex Exam Questions 5 Saunders

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Atrial fibrillation is a very disorganized twitching of the atria at a rate greater than 350 beats per minute. These impulses are so rapid that they cause the atria to quiver instead of contracting regularly, producing irregular wavy deflections. Since ventricular depolarization is fairly normal in atrial fibrillation, the QRS complexes appear normal and the P wave is absent or not definable. Ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia do not have normal QRS complexes. In atrial flutter there is the “saw-tooth” appearance of P waves that may or may not be regular.

Clients should get out of bed by sliding toward the mattress edge then rolling onto one side and pushing up from the bed with one or both arms. The client should keep the back straight as the legs are swung over the side. Proper body mechanics include bending at the knees, not the waist, to lift objects. The client should increase dietary fiber and fluids to prevent straining at stool, which would increase intraspinal pressure. Walking and swimming are excellent exercises for strengthening lower back muscles.

The client with pulmonary TB generally has a productive or nonproductive cough, anorexia and weight loss, fatigue, low-grade fever, chills and night sweats, dyspnea, hemoptysis, and chest pain. Breath sounds may reveal crackles.

The normal serum ammonia level is 15 to 45 mcg/dL.

The client's results fall in the normal range for pH (7.35 to 7.45), PaCO2 (35 to 45) and bicarbonate level (22 to 26 mEq/L). With acidosis, the pH would be less than 7.35; with alkalosis, the pH would be greater than 7.45. Carbon dioxide levels would be high with respiratory acidosis, while bicarbonate levels would be low if there was metabolic acidosis.

CPK is a cellular enzyme that can be fractionated into three isoenzymes. The MM band reflects CPK from skeletal muscle. This band would be elevated in skeletal muscle disease. The MB band reflects CPK from cardiac muscle. The BB band reflects CPK from the brain. There is no MK band.

The normal serum creatinine level for the adult male is 0.5 to 1.5 mg/dL. The normal value for women is 0.5 to 1.0 mg/dL.

The therapeutic range for the serum phenytoin (Dilantin) level is 10 to 20 mcg/mL.

The normal therapeutic serum range for digoxin is 0.5 to 2.0 ng/mL. A value of 2.4 exceeds the therapeutic range, and could be toxic to the client.

The normal serum sodium level is 135 to 145 mEq/L.

The normal serum potassium level in the adult is 3.5 to 5.1 mEq/L.

The normal fasting blood glucose is 70 to 110 mg/dL in the adult client.

A normal platelet count ranges from 150,000 to 400,000 cells mcg/L.

The normal range for the total serum protein level in the adult client is 6.0 to 8.0 g/dL

The normal serum lipase level is 20 to 180 IU/L.

The normal hemoglobin level for an adult female client is 12 to 15 g/dL.

The normal level for glycosylated hemoglobin A1C is 4.5 to 7.5%. This test measures the amount of glucose that has become permanently bound to the red blood cells from circulating glucose. Elevations in blood glucose will cause elevations in the amount of glycosylation. Elevations indicate continued need for teaching related to prevention of hyperglycemic episodes.

The normal range for urine for specific gravity is between 1.015 and 1.024 in an individual with normal fluid intake.

The normal WBC count ranges from 4500 to 10,000 mcg/L.

The client should be counseled to keep the total cholesterol level under 200 mg/dL. This will aid in prevention of atherosclerosis, which can lead to a number of cardiovascular disorders later in life.

The normal BUN ranges from 5 to 25 mg/dL.

The normal fibrinogen level is 200 to 400 mg/dL in the adult. A critical value is one that is less than 100 mg/dL. With DIC, the fibrinogen level drops because fibrinogen is used up in the clotting process. Option 2 is the only option that identifies a normal level.

The hallmark of stage I is the development of a skin rash within 2 to 30 days of infection, generally at the site of the tick bite. The rash develops into a concentric ring, giving it a ‘bull’s eye’ appearance. The lesion enlarges up to 50 to 60 cm, and smaller lesions develop farther away from the original tick bite. In stage I, most infected persons also develop flulike symptoms that last 7 to 10 days, and these symptoms may recur later.

Stage II of Lyme disease develops within 1 to 6 months in the majority of untreated individuals. The most serious problems include cardiac conduction defects and neurological disorders such as Bell’s palsy and paralysis. These problems are not usually permanent. Arthralgias and joint enlargements are noted in stage III. A rash appears in stage I.

Stage III develops within a month to several months after initial infection. It is characterized by arthritic symptoms, such as arthralgias and enlarged or inflamed joints, which can persist for several years after the initial infection. Cardiac and neurological dysfunctions occur in stage II. A rash occurs in stage I. Paralysis of the extremity where the tick bite occurred is not a directly related characteristic of Lyme disease.

There is a blood test available to detect Lyme disease; however, it is not a reliable test if performed prior to 4 to 6 weeks following the tick bite.

A 3-week course of oral antibiotics is recommended during stage I. Later stages of Lyme disease may require therapy with IV antibiotics, such as penicillin G.

When an individual comes in contact with a poison ivy plant, the sap from the plant forms an invisible film on the human skin. The nurse should instruct the parents to immediately shower the child and lather and rinse the skin several times in running water.

Kaposi’s sarcoma lesions begin as red, dark blue, or purple macules on the lower legs that change into plaques. These large plaques ulcerate, or open, and drain. The lesions spread by metastasis through the upper body then to the face and oral mucosa. They can also move to the lymphatic system, lungs, and gastrointestinal tract. Late disease results in swelling and pain in the lower extremities, penis, scrotum, or face. Diagnosis is made by punch biopsy of cutaneous lesions and biopsy of pulmonary and gastrointestinal lesions.

Cellulitis is a skin infection into deeper dermis and subcutaneous fat that results in deep red erythema without sharp borders, and that spreads widely through tissue spaces. The skin is erythematous, edematous, tender, and sometimes nodular. Erysipelas is an acute superficial and rapidly spreading inflammation of the dermis and lymphatic tissue.

Warm, moist compresses may be used to decrease the discomfort, erythema, and edema that accompany cellulitis. After tissue and blood cultures are obtained, antibiotic therapy will be initiated. The nurse should provide supportive care, as prescribed, to manage symptoms such as fatigue, fever, chills, headache, and myalgia.

Melanomas are pigmented malignant lesions originating in the melanin-producing cells of the epidermis. This skin cancer is highly metastatic, and survival depends on early diagnosis and treatment. It is not contagious. Basal cell carcinomas arise in the basal cell layer of the epidermis. Early malignant basal cell lesions often go unnoticed and, although metastasis is rare, underlying tissue destruction can progress to include vital structures. Squamous cell carcinomas are malignant neoplasms of the epidermis that are characterized by local invasion and possible metastasis.

A melanoma is an irregularly shaped pigmented papule or plaque with a red, white, or blue-toned color. Basal cell carcinoma appears as a pearly papule with a central crater and rolled waxy border. Squamous cell carcinoma is a firm nodular lesion topped with a crust or a central area of ulceration. Actinic keratosis, a premalignant lesion, appears as a small macule or papule with dry, rough adherent yellow or brown scale.

Cryosurgery involves the local application of liquid nitrogen to isolated lesions that causes cell death and tissue destruction. The nurse prepares the client for swelling and increased tenderness of the treated area when the skin thaws. Tissue freezing is followed in 1 to 2 days by hemorrhagic blister formation. The nurse instructs the client to clean the treatment site as prescribed to prevent secondary infection. A topical antibiotic may also be prescribed. Application of a warm, damp washcloth intermittently to the site will provide relief from any discomfort. Alcohol-soaked dressings will cause irritation. It is unnecessary to avoid showering.

Smoking cessation is one of the most important lifestyle changes that the client with Raynaud’s disease needs to make. The nurse should emphasize that tobacco vasoconstricts blood vessels. The nurse needs to provide information to the client about programs that are available in the community

Warfarin (Coumadin) is an anticoagulant. Bleeding is a concern while the client is taking this medication. Reddish-orange colored urine could indicate blood in the urine as an adverse effect of the medication. Bleeding may also be identified by urine that turns smoky colored, or black.

Water in the ventilator tubing should be emptied, not drained back into the humidifier bottle. This puts the client at risk of acquiring infection, especially from the organism Pseudomonas. Monitoring temperature and sputum is indicated in the care of the client. A closed-system method of suctioning does not harm the client and may reduce the risk of infection.

On removal, the chest tube insertion site may have a sterile petrolatum gauze applied, which is then covered with a sterile 4 × 4 gauze. The entire dressing is securely taped to make sure it is occlusive. The petrolatum dressing is the key element to make an airtight seal at the former chest tube insertion site. Elastoplast tape could be used at the discretion of the physician as the tape of choice to make the dressing occlusive, but adhesive tape is most commonly used.

Following an ABG, continuous pressure must be applied to the site. The radial artery requires at least 5 minutes of pressure, while the femoral artery requires ten. A small pressure dressing is often placed on the site afterward. The client receiving anticoagulant therapy may require that pressure be applied for a longer period of time.

Anticholinesterase agents cause respiratory effects such as increased bronchial secretions, bronchoconstriction, and weakness or paralysis of respiratory muscles. Digestive effects include salivation; increased gastric, pancreatic, and intestinal secretions; and increased motility and tone in the gut (also assess for abdominal pain and diarrhea). Urinary effects include urinary frequency and incontinence. Cardiovascular effects include bradycardia (caused by muscarinic predominance), decreased cardiac output, and hypotension.

This medication combination when taken together daily is most effective in eliminating the tubercle bacilli from the sputum and improving clinical status. Rifampin, in combination with INH, prevents the emergence of drug-resistant organisms. Rifampin produces a harmless red-orange color in all body fluids and should be taken 1 hour before or 2 hours after eating to maximize absorption. The treatment regimen is maintained for at least 6 to 9 months for effectiveness, although the therapeutic effect may be evident in 2 to 3 weeks.

The Mantoux tuberculin skin test is an accurate and reliable tuberculin skin test that determines exposure to eh tuberculi bacilli. Interpretation of the Mantoux test is based on induration only, and the reading should be done 48 to 72 hours after injection.

Corticosteroid therapy can result in glucose intolerance, leading to elevated blood glucose levels. The nurse monitors these levels to detect this side effect of therapy. With successful transplant, the client’s serum electrolyte levels should be better regulated, although corticosteroids could also cause sodium retention.

Lactulose syrup is a hyperosmotic laxative agent that has the adjunct benefit of lowering serum ammonia levels. This occurs because the medication lowers bowel pH, which aids in the conversion of ammonia in the gut to the ammonium ion, which is poorly absorbed. Magnesium hydroxide is a saline laxative, while phenolphthalein is a stimulant laxative. Metamucil is a bulk laxative.

Dumping syndrome may occur because ingested food enters the jejunum too quickly before proper mixing and processing occurs. Management involves trying to delay gastric emptying, and one way to do this is to lie down after meals. Fluids should be omitted as much as possible during meals; carbohydrates should be decreased and fats should be increased.

The usual procedure for colostomy irrigation includes using 500 to 1000 mL warm tap water. The solution is suspended 18 inches above the stoma. The cone is inserted 2 to 4 inches into the stoma but should never be forced. If cramping occurs, the client should decrease the flow rate of the irrigant as needed by closing the irrigation clamp.

The client is instructed to shampoo and dry hair the night before ECT treatment. In addition, the client is instructed not to use hair sprays or creams before ECT to reduce the risk of burns. Client is NPO 6 to 8 hours

The client may experience temporary hoarseness after neck dissection. Goals for the client include: uses nonverbal forms of communication as needed, expresses willingness to ring call bell for assistance, and utilizes services of speech pathologist, if prescribed.

The client who has sustained chemical burns to the esophagus is placed on NPO status, is given IV fluids for replacement and treatment of possible shock, and is prepared for esophagoscopy and barium swallow to determine the extent of damage. A nasogastric tube may be inserted, but gastric lavage and emesis are avoided to prevent further erosion of the mucosa by the irritating substances.

Eye drops should be administered first, followed by the eye ointment. The child should be placed in a supine position with the neck slightly hyperextended for administration. Blinking will increase the loss of medication. Touching the eye or eyelid during medication administration can contaminate the dropper and also cause eye injury.

Whenever anyone is receiving ribavirin, there are precautions to prevent exposure to the medication. Everyone who enters the room while the client is receiving the medication should wear protective items such as a gown, mask, gloves, and hair covering (depending on agency procedures). Anyone who is pregnant or is considering pregnancy and anyone with a history of respiratory problems or reactive airway disease should not care for or visit anyone who is receiving ribavirin. Good hand washing is absolutely necessary before leaving the room. Hand washing prevents the spread of germs.

With an inguinal hernia, inguinal swelling occurs when an infant cries or strains. Absence of this swelling would indicate resolution of this problem.


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Monday, July 28, 2008

Oath Taking Cermony for Successful Examinees of June 2008 NLE Exams

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OATH TAKING CEREMONY

Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 1 piece 1” x 1” picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps, and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession; and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2008-2011. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The oathtaking ceremony of the successful examinees in the said examination in Manila as well as the previous ones who have not taken their Oath of Professional will be held before the Board on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 19 and 20, 2008, with morning (8:00 A.M.) and afternoon (1:00 P.M.) sessions at the SMX Convention Center, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City. All must come in their white gala uniform, nurses cap, white duty shoes, without earrings, hair not touching the collar and without corsage.

Admission tickets for the Manila oathtaking will be available starting August 1, 2008 in your respective colleges of Nursing. Walk-in inductees who wish to join the Manila oathtaking ceremonies may secure admission tickets at the Philippine Nurses’ Association, 1663 F.T. Benitez Street, Malate, Manila on a strictly first come first serve basis.


The Regional oathtaking schedules are as follows:

Tuguegarao August 22, 2008

Davao August 26, 2008

Cebu August 26, 2008 - 9:00 a.m.

Lucena August 30, 2008

Iloilo August 28, 2008 - 10:00 a.m. / 2:00 p.m.

Roxas City, Capiz August 27, 2008 - 10:00 a.m.

Cagayan De Oro September 5, 2008

Legazpi September 3, 2008 – a.m.

Baguio August 22, 2008 - a.m. / p.m.

Tacloban

Zamboanga September 2, 2008

Bacolod, Negros Occidental August 29, 2008 - 2:00 p.m.

CARAGA August 22, 2008 - 3:00 p.m.

Pangasinan August 30, 2008

General Santos September 7, 2008

Bohol August 28, 2008



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Sunday, July 27, 2008

Nclex Exam Questions 6 Saunders

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Following hydrostatic reduction, the nurse observes for the passage of barium or water-soluble contrast material with stools.

The glycosylated hemoglobin measures the glucose molecules that attach to the hemoglobin A molecules and remain there for the life of the red blood cell, approximately 120 days. This is not reversible and can’t be altered by human intervention. Daily glucose logs are useful if they are kept regularly and accurately, but they only reflect the blood glucose at the time the test was done. A fasting blood glucose level is also time-limited in its scope, as is the dietary history.

Surgical intervention breaks some of the body’s primary defenses against infection. Infection can endanger the life of a client. The most important measure in preventing postoperative wound infection is adherence to meticulous aseptic techniques. The temperature in the surgical suite is kept cool to deter bacterial growth. Most pathogenic bacteria metabolize and reproduce at or near normal body temperature. By keeping the room temperature below body temperature, bacterial growth may be inhibited. By keeping air currents and movement to a minimum, airborne contamination can be controlled. Therefore, doors to the surgical suite must remain closed at all times. The skin preparation is performed to free the operative site as much as possible from dirt, skin oils, and transient microbes. This should be accomplished with the least amount of tissue irritation.

Preschoolers are often fearful and likely to move during an injection, making it most important to have assistance to administer the injection. Gluteal muscles may be used for an intramuscular injection in preschoolers in addition to the vastus lateralis. The choice of standing is unacceptable because it is difficult to locate landmarks. Distraction is helpful but not the best action.

Sinus tachycardia is characterized by a rapid, regular rhythm at a rate of 100 to 180 beats per minute. The P waves and the QRS complex are normal. It often occurs in response to an increase in sympathetic stimulation or decreased vagal (parasympathetic) stimulation. Sinus bradycardia occurs when the sinoatrial node fires at a rate of less than 60 times per minute. In normal sinus rhythm, the rhythm is regular, the rate is 60 to 100 beats per minute, and the P-R interval is 0.12 to 0.20 second. In ventricular fibrillation, the electrocardiogram displays bizarre, fibrillatory wave patterns, and it is impossible to identify P waves, QRS complexes, or T waves.

Urinary output will be decreased secondary to decreased renal perfusion. Other signs and symptoms of blood loss (hypovolemic shock) include decreased peripheral pulses due to decreased circulating blood volume, restlessness or agitation due to decreased cerebral perfusion, and increased respiratory rate due to decreased circulating oxygen.

Haloperidol (Haldol) is an antipsychotic agent used to control tics and vocal utterances of Tourette’s syndrome. The medication produces a tranquilizing effect.

A priority intervention for a suicidal individual is to communicate the risk for suicide to all team members. The plan of activities would provide the suicidal client with something to do, but the communication of the risk is the priority.

Sodium nitroprusside decreases blood pressure by vasodilation, thus reducing pressure in the aneurysm.

The nurse would first monitor vital signs and review with the client that the client had just received an ECT treatment.

Atenolol is a beta blocker with antihypertensive effects. Chlorpromazine can also lower blood pressure. The potential for falls related to orthostatic hypotension and sedation is of concern to the nurse administering chlorpromazine. This risk is greatly increased when an antihypertensive agent is added.

Ruscus aculeatus (Butcher’s Broom) is an evergreen found in the Mediterranean and the southern region of the United States. It has been used to treat varicose veins, peripheral vascular disease, arthritis, hemorrhoids, and leg edema. It has also been used as a laxative, as a diuretic, and to treat diabetic retinopathy.

All characteristics of sinus bradycardia are the same as those of normal sinus rhythm, except the rate is slower.

Sambucus nigra (Elderberry) is a shrub found in the United States and Europe. It has been used to treat colds, diaphoresis, toothache, headache, sinusitis, hay fever, wounds, skin disorders, hepatic conditions, and inflammation.

Giving information that explains the situation clearly empowers the couple, fostering a reduction of fear and willingness to cooperate in a positive way. It also enhances the couple’s feeling that the nurse is supportive and in control of the situation. Stressing what they can do to help prevents or decreases any feelings of helplessness.

Lying supine (on the back) applies additional gravity pressure on the abdominal blood vessels (iliac, interior vena cava, ascending aorta) increasing compression and impeding blood flow and cardiac output. This results in hypotension, dizziness, nausea, pallor, clammy (cool, damp) skin, and sweating. Raising one hip higher than the other reduces the pressure on the vena cava, restoring the circulation and relieving the symptoms.

By placing the call button within easy reach of the client, the client has immediate access to the health care team. The client can be reassured that a member of the health care team is available and will come if the client calls. This hopefully will decrease the client’s perception of being alone and give the client some sense of control.

Valeriana officinalis (Valerian) is a perennial that is cultivated throughout the world. It has been used to treat nervous disorders such as anxiety, restlessness, and insomnia.

Safety during defibrillation is essential to prevent injury to the client and the personnel assisting with the procedure. The person performing the defibrillation ensures that all personnel are standing clear of the bed by a verbal and visual check of “all clear.” Charged paddles should never be handed to other personnel. For the shock to be effective, some type of conductive medium (lubricant, gel) must be placed between the paddles and the skin. Firm pressure is needed to reduce the chances of arcing and to reduce impedance to the flow of current.

The goal of pharmacotherapy following an MI is to increase oxygen supply to the myocardium and provide anticoagulation and analgesia. Heparin, morphine sulfate, and nitroglycerin will accomplish this. Digoxin, which is a positive inotropic agent, increases cardiac output by improving the contractile force of the heart. This is used with caution in the acute phase of MI and is contraindicated in ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia unrelated to congestive heart failure.

Clients taking captopril should be instructed to report sore throat, fever, chest pain, edema or swelling of the face, hands, and feet. Swelling of the face, lips, hands, or feet may be indicative of angioedema (an acute, painless dermal swelling).

Spironolactone (Aldactone) is a potassium-sparing diuretic. The client on a potassium-sparing diuretic is at risk for hyperkalemia. If a potassium supplement were prescribed, the nurse would question the order.

Bearing down while defecating causes a Valsalva effect that decreases cardiac output and venous return and puts the client at risk for syncope and dysrhythmias.






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Saturday, July 26, 2008

Cervical Halter Skin Traction / Pelvic Belt Traction / Pelvic Skin Sling / Russell's Traction

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Figure 1. Cervical halter skin traction.

Figure 2. Pelvic belt traction.

Figure 3. A pelvic sling is a traction device consisting of a hammock-like belt wherein the sling cradles the pelvis in its boundaries. It is used for the treatment of one or more pelvic fractures.

Figure 4. Russell’s traction.



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Friday, July 25, 2008

Nclex Exam Questions 4 Saunders

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Tourette's disorder involves motor and verbal tics that cause marked distress and significant impairment in social and occupational functioning. Motor tics usually involve the head but can also involve the torso and limbs. The most frequent first symptom is a single tic, such as eye blinking. Other motor tics include tongue protrusion, touching, squatting, hopping, skipping, retracing steps, and twirling when walking. Vocal tics include words and sounds such as barks, grunts, yelps, clicks, snorts, sniffs, and coughs. Coprolalia, the uttering of obscenities, is present in some individuals with this disorder.

Confabulation, a defensive maneuver, is an unconscious attempt to maintain self-esteem. Hiding is a form of denial and an unconscious protective defense against the terrifying reality of losing one’s place in the world. Perseveration is the repetition of phrases or behaviors. Apraxia is not a defensive maneuver and is characterized by the loss of purposeful movement in the absence of motor or sensory impairment.

The experience of flashbacks is characteristic of post-traumatic stress disorder. A flashback is a dissociative experience in which the person acts as though a prior traumatic experience is actually reoccurring. Flashbacks also occur with hallucinogen use. They do not occur in schizophrenia or obsessive-compulsive disorder. “Anxiety disorder” is an umbrella term that encompasses post-traumatic stress disorder as one of its components.

The best indicator that the client’s behavior is under control is when the client refrains from aggression after being partially released from the restraints. Restraints are initially placed around the waist, wrists, and ankles. The ankle restraints are removed first, one at a time, at regular intervals. The waist and wrist restraints are removed together when the client continues to exhibit nonaggressive behavior.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by repetitive behavior that interferes with activities of daily living and functioning. Post-traumatic stress disorder occurs when a client continues to relive a traumatic event frequently, or avoids people and places associated with the event. Generalized anxiety disorder occurs when a client has excessive uncontrolled anxiety for more than 6 months. A phobia is an irrational fear of a situation or an object.

Disulfiram is used to help motivated clients avoid impulsive drinking, because this medication interacts with alcohol, causing unpleasant physical effects. The medication reaction begins from minutes to a half-hour after alcohol use, and effects last for up to 2 hours. The effects are flushing of the face, headache, neck pain, tachycardia, decreased blood pressure, sweating, nausea and vomiting, and respiratory distress. The client should avoid “hidden” sources of alcohol in foods and other medications. The client should also avoid inhaling alcohol-containing substances, such as wood stains, paint fumes, and furniture-stripping products.

The administration of eye drops is a critical component of the treatment plan for the client with glaucoma. The client needs to be instructed that medications will need to be taken for the rest of his or her life. Limiting fluids or reducing salt intake will not decrease intraocular pressure. Restricting the amount of time reading is not a component of the plan.

Complaints of a sudden burst of black spots or floaters indicates that bleeding has occurred as a result of the detachment of the retina. This is not a normal, expected finding and if it occurs, it indicates hemorrhage.

Case management represents an interdisciplinary health care delivery system that promotes appropriate use of hospital personnel and material resources to maximize hospital revenues while providing for optimal outcome of care. Case management manages client care by managing the client care environment.

Situational leadership style utilizes a style that depends on the situation and events. Democratic styles best empower staff toward excellence, because this style of leadership allows nurses an opportunity to grow professionally. The autocratic style is task oriented and directive. Laissez faire allows staff to work without assistance, direction, or supervision.

Confrontation is an important strategy to meet resistance head-on. Face-to-face meetings to confront the issue at hand will allow verbalization of feelings, identification of problems and issues, and an opportunity to develop strategies to solve the problem.

A traumatic injury with a blunt object is treated immediately with the application of ice. The client should receive a thorough eye examination to rule out the presence of other eye injuries, but this is not the initial action. Eye irrigation is not necessarily required for a blunt injury. The supine position would increase the amount of swelling in the eye.

If an eye injury is the result of a penetrating object, the object may be noted protruding from the eye. This object must never be removed except by the ophthalmologist, because it may be holding ocular structures in place. Application of an eye patch or irrigation of the eye may disrupt the foreign body and cause further tearing of the cornea. The most appropriate action by the nurse from the options presented is to accompany the victim to the emergency room.

Emergency care following a chemical burn of the eye includes irrigating the eye immediately with tap water or sterile normal saline or ocular irrigating solution if available. The irrigation should be maintained for at least 10 minutes. Following this emergency treatment, visual acuity is assessed. The initial assessment in this situation should focus on the type of treatment that took place immediately following the injury.

If the nurse notes the presence of bright red drainage on the dressing, it must be reported to the physician, because this can indicate hemorrhage.

In a voice test, the nurse stands 1 to 2 feet away from the client and asks the client to block one external ear canal. The nurse quietly whispers a statement and asks the client to repeat it. Each ear is tested separately.

Imparting the common fears and questions expressed by other clients often encourages the client to ask questions that were thought of but not spoken. The nurse should plan to spend additional time with the client.

If a transfusion reaction is suspected, the transfusion is stopped and then normal saline is infused, pending further physician orders. This maintains a patent IV access line and aids in maintaining the client’s intravascular volume. The IV line would not be removed, because there would be no IV access route. Normal saline is the solution of choice over solutions containing dextrose because saline does not allow any red blood cells to clump.

The Miller-Abbott tube is a nasoenteric tube that is used to decompress the intestine and correct a bowel obstruction. Initial insertion of the tube is a physician’s responsibility. The tube is mercury weighted, and either advances by gravity or may be advanced manually. Advancement of the tube can be monitored by measuring the tube and by taking serial x-rays. If tube is advanced, nurse should never pull it out but should notify the physician.

Pain control is a priority because the chest pain indicates cardiac ischemia. Pain also stimulates the autonomic nervous system and increases preload, increasing myocardial demands. The ECG can provide evidence of cardiac damage and the location of myocardial ischemia. However, pain control is the priority to prevent further cardiac damage

Late decelerations are caused by uteroplacental insufficiency that occurs as a result of decreased blood flow and oxygen transfer to the fetus through the intervillous space during the uterine contractions. This causes hypoxemia; therefore, oxygen is necessary. Late decelerations are considered an ominous sign but do not necessarily require immediate birth of the baby. The oxytocin infusion should be discontinued when a late deceleration is noted. The oxytocin would cause further hypoxemia because the medication stimulates contractions and leads to increased uteroplacental insufficiency. Although the finding needs to be documented, documentation is not the immediate action in this situation.

When the membranes rupture in the birth setting, the nurse immediately checks the fetal heart rate to detect changes associated with prolapse or compression of the umbilical cord.

Placement of a dressing over a sucking chest wound could convert an open pneumothorax to a closed (tension) pneumothorax. This could result in a sudden decline in respiratory status, mediastinal shift, twisting of the great vessels, and circulatory compromise. If this occurs, the nurse removes the dressing immediately, allowing air to escape. The dressing would not be reinforced.

A child with a diagnosis of pertussis is being admitted to the pediatric unit, the nurse should determine first if the child is getting enough oxygen, the child is attached to a pulse oximeter, which will then provide ongoing information on the child’s oxygen level. The child is also immediately connected to a cardiorespiratory monitor to provide early identification of periods of apnea and bradycardia. The nurse would then perform an assessment, including taking the child’s temperature, weight, and asking the parents about the child.

Chest pain that is unrelieved by rest and three doses of nitroglycerin taken 5 minutes apart may not be typical anginal pain, but may signal myocardial infarction (MI). Since the risk of sudden cardiac death is greatest in the first 24 hours after MI, it is imperative that the client receives emergency cardiac care. The nurse would call an ambulance to transport the client to the emergency room. The nurse would not drive the client, because the client should not exert energy and place an increased workload on the heart.

Clients are at risk for becoming hypovolemic after surgery, and often the first sign of hypovolemia is a decreasing urine output. However, the nurse needs additional data to make an accurate interpretation. The nurse should check the client's overall intake and output record first.

Autonomic dysreflexia, also known as autonomic hyperreflexia, is a life-threatening syndrome. It is a cluster of clinical manifestations that results when multiple spinal cord autonomic responses discharge simultaneously. Exaggerated autonomic nervous system reactions to stimuli result in sudden hypertensive episodes with severe headache. The client may sweat profusely above the level of the cord lesion and complain of a stuffy nose. Pupil and knee jerk response are not affected. While a distended bladder is often the precipitating event, not all clients with bladder distention exhibit dysreflexia.

Spinal shock represents a temporary but profound disruption of spinal cord function, which occurs immediately after injury and is clinically evident within 30 to 60 minutes. It is a state of areflexia characterized by the loss of all neurological function below the level of injury. Flaccid paralysis, bradycardia, and hypotension occur. The body is unable to use either shivering or perspiring as a means of controlling body temperature.

When PVCs occur, there is also a decrease in cardiac output. This occurs because there is a premature depolarization of the cardiac cells. The prematurity does not allow for optimal filling of the ventricular chambers, causing reduced stroke volume, and hence, decreased cardiac output.

Atrial fibrillation is a very disorganized twitching of the atria at a rate greater than 350 beats per minute. The ventricular response is very irregular because of the low percentage of atrial impulses that are actually conducted. A characteristic of atrial fibrillation is an absent or unidentifiable P wave.

A child with hemophilia is at risk for bleeding if injury occurs. Therefore the mother is instructed to pad table corners and crib rails, provide extra “joint” padding on clothes, observe a mobile child at all times, and keep out of reach any items that can be pulled down onto the child. Contact sports are avoided because of the risk of injury and resultant bleeding. Rectal temperatures and the use of aspirin are contraindicated for hemophiliacs. Rectal mucosa is very friable and if injured will bleed. Aspirin has antiplatelet properties.

Cardiac tamponade is a life-threatening complication of pericarditis and results from the accumulation of fluid in the pericardium. In cardiac tamponade, assessment reveals hypotension, tachycardia, jugular vein distention, cyanosis of the lips and nails, dyspnea, muffled heart sounds, diaphoresis, and paradoxical pulse. A paradoxical pulse is a decrease in systolic arterial pulsation exceeding 10 mm Hg during inspiration. Cardiac tamponade requires immediate intervention.

Cigarette smokers have twice the risk of having a myocardial infarction as nonsmokers and have two to four times the risk of having sudden cardiac death. Smoking cessation will reduce its damaging effects on the cardiovascular system.

The client with myocardial infarction should avoid activities that tense the muscles, such as isometric exercises. These increase intraabdominal and intrathoracic pressures and can decrease the cardiac output. They can also trigger vagal stimulation, causing bradycardia.

Biological dressings are obtained from living or deceased humans (homograft or allograft) or animals (heterograft or xenograft). Heterograft is skin from another species. The most commonly used type of heterograft is pigskin, because of its relative compatibility with human skin. Homograft is skin from another human, which is usually obtained from a cadaver and is provided through a skin bank.

Posturing is a late sign of deterioration in the client’s neurological status and warrants immediate physician notification. Decerebrate posturing (abnormal extension), which is associated with dysfunction in the brain stem area, consists of extension of the extremities and the pronation of the arms.

Intermittent claudication is a symptom that is characterized by sudden onset of leg pain that occurs with exercise and is relieved by rest. It is a classic symptom of peripheral arterial insufficiency. Venous insufficiency is characterized by an achy type of leg pain that intensifies as the day progresses.

Standard therapy for DVT consists of bed rest, leg elevation, and application of warm moist heat to the affected leg. The client may have calf measurements ordered once per shift or once per day, but they would not be obtained hourly.

Serum digoxin levels are most often drawn immediately before a scheduled dose, although they may be drawn 4 to 10 hours after a previous dose. Recall that the purpose of the sample is to record the serum concentration of the medication to ensure that it is in the therapeutic range. Drawing the medication before a scheduled dose ensures that the level is not falsely elevated. The normal therapeutic range for digoxin is 0.5 to 2.0 ng/mL.

Clients on a sodium-restricted diet should avoid the use of commercially prepared bread or bread products, because these products often contain sodium as a preservative. Products made with natural grains that do not contain added salt are best.

The best meat choices to lower the intake of cholesterol include lean cuts of beef with the fat trimmed, lamb, pork (except spare ribs), veal (except ground), skinless baked poultry, fish, and shellfish. Meats that have larger amounts of cholesterol include prime grades of beef, pork spare ribs, goose, duck, organ meats (liver, brain, kidney), sausage, bacon, luncheon meats, frankfurters, and caviar.

There should be no open flames or smoking within 10 feet of the oxygen source. The tank should remain secured in its holder, not lying on the floor, and the concentrator should be away from walls or other close quarters (to allow adequate air circulation around the unit). The oxygen source should also be removed from sources of heat or sunlight.

After suctioning a client either with or without an artificial airway, the nurse auscultates the breath sounds to determine the extent to which the airways have been cleared of respiratory secretions.

There should be enough room for two fingers to slide comfortably under the tracheostomy tape. This ensures that they are tight enough to prevent tracheostomy dislocation, while preventing excessive constriction around the neck.

Continuous bubbling through both inspiration and expiration indicates that there is air leaking into the system. This observation does not indicate that the chest tube system can be discontinued. A cleared pneumothorax would show absence of bubbling with respiration in the water seal chamber. Suction control does not affect the water seal chamber.



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Thursday, July 24, 2008

SURNAME - Z - Roll of Successful Examinees in the NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008

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27647 ZABALA, JENNIFER HIPONA
27648 ZABALA, JENNIFER NECOLE REALUBIT
27649 ZABALA, KEZIAH CARREN JAVIER
27650 ZABALA, VANESSA JOY SOMERA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:555 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27651 ZABALA, ZANDJIHARAH LIBAN
27652 ZABALLERO, BIANCA MONICA CAÑETE
27653 ZABARTE, ELISEO JOAQUIN NUTO
27654 ZABAT, MA CORINA MILAN
27655 ZABAT, MARIA MILAGROS BALDOVINO
27656 ZABAT, MARK BALLA
27657 ZABAT, ROGGERO CARLO VARIAS
27658 ZABATE, MECHILLE CABALLERO
27659 ZABLAN, MARANATHA MONTALBAN
27660 ZACARIAS, JASMIN CALDEO
27661 ZACARIAS, LORIELYN MANALASTAS
27662 ZACATE, ROSE TERI JATULAN
27663 ZAFRA, MARIA PAMELA SUING
27664 ZAFRA, MARK GIL HERUELA
27665 ZALAMEDA, ELISHA GANTO
27666 ZALAMEDA, RACHEL JOY AUSTRIA
27667 ZALDARRIAGA, LYCA DEREQUITO
27668 ZALDIVAR, OSCAR JR DECENA
27669 ZALDUA, JOSEPH PAOLO LIGAYA
27670 ZAMBRA, BERK LEE OMBID
27671 ZAMESA, IRENE VICTORIA VELA
27672 ZAMORA, ANN JENNY BEJERANO
27673 ZAMORA, ANNE MARIE SOMOZA
27674 ZAMORA, CARLA MELCHOR
27675 ZAMORA, CARMIEL DANE TIA
27676 ZAMORA, CHERRYL GABRIEL
27677 ZAMORA, CRISTINA MANLANGIT
27678 ZAMORA, EDELWEISS BUENA
27679 ZAMORA, ENRICO RUBIO
27680 ZAMORA, GREGORIO KHO
27681 ZAMORA, HANNAH JOY DESABELLE
27682 ZAMORA, JAMIE LOU PADUA
27683 ZAMORA, KARL SANTIAGO
27684 ZAMORA, LEO PAULO DY
27685 ZAMORA, MICHAEL BRYAN MARCOS
27686 ZAMORA, MICHELLEN BAUTISTA
27687 ZAMORA, PHOEBE QUILINGAN
27688 ZAMORA, SHERYLL DANE BACASNO
27689 ZAMORAS, GLADYS LADEZA
27690 ZAMUDIO, ALONA PALMA
27691 ZANTUA, KRIZTEN MARGARET ENDAYA
27692 ZANTUA, MARY JOY YAMBAO
27693 ZAPANTA, AILEEN GOMEZ
27694 ZAPANTA, CHARMELA CHRISTINE BAYOT
27695 ZAPANTA, CHRISTOPHER BRIAN ARANGO
27696 ZAPANTA, DANIEL JOHN INVENTO
27697 ZAPANTA, DANNA KHRIZHIA DE LEON
27698 ZAPANTA, HANNAH FAITH MAGTIBAY
27699 ZAPANTA, HARVEY BAYACAG
27700 ZAPANTA, LORENZO MIGUEL INOCENTES
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:556 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27701 ZAPANTA, MICHAEL SISON
27702 ZAPATA, CHARLENE FLORES
27703 ZAPATA, GLEENNA MARIE PACLEB
27704 ZAPATA, JANUS BATICA
27705 ZAPATA, KATHERINE EUGENIO
27706 ZAPATA, KIMVERLY PALO
27707 ZAPATA, MARIA KATRINA JOYCE LOBRIN
27708 ZAPATA, THERESSE BRITOS
27709 ZAPATA, VANESSA VASQUEZ
27710 ZAPLAN, MAJA RIZA TALAVERA
27711 ZARA, JEMARIE UNTALAN
27712 ZARA, LLASKY LISING
27713 ZARA, MARIA PATRICIA DOMINGO
27714 ZARA, RICO NAVEA
27715 ZARA, ROCHELE ANN RODRIGUEZA
27716 ZARA, VLU JEAN PINTADO
27717 ZARAGOZA, LAINEIL ABAN
27718 ZARATE, CLEYTON RAY HILL
27719 ZARATE, KAREN LAGBAS
27720 ZARSUELO, CLARICE CABILE
27721 ZARSUELO, ROSANNA MYN
27722 ZARTIGA, FUJI NIKITA BUSLON
27723 ZARZOSO, JIZZA DY
27724 ZATARAIN, DEAN LORENZ CAMPEÑA
27725 ZAYCO, CHRISTIAN EDWIN II HINLO
27726 ZAÑO, ALEXIS JR OBUSAN
27727 ZAÑO, DON CLEMENTE
27728 ZEPEDA, MARY GRACE MAGLEO
27729 ZETA, HERSCHELLE LOVE VISITACION
27730 ZETA, TIMOTHY JUSTIN MAÑALAC
27731 ZIPAGAN, BIANCA KAMILLE FERNANDEZ
27732 ZIPAGAN, JEANALYN CINCO
27733 ZIPAGAN, MA CORAZON ARBILO
27734 ZOILON, RHYAN CRUZADO
27735 ZOLAYVAR, ROSA ELENA TAN
27736 ZOLETA, AIZA KHRIZ FELICIANO
27737 ZOLETA, ALEXIS SUMABAT
27738 ZOLETA, SARAI KARLA LAGOS
27739 ZORILLA, DIANE MARIE KWAN
27740 ZORILLA, NONALYN ONA
27741 ZORNOSA, JOHN PAUL PANIS
27742 ZORRILLA, FARAH MAE GANASON
27743 ZOSA, JACOB TROY PE
27744 ZOSA, JAMAYLA PAULINE GAN
27745 ZOZOBRADO, LORAINE MANALO
27746 ZUBELDIA, MA CRISELDA CAROLINO
27747 ZUBIA, PRIMROSE BARAÑGAN
27748 ZULAYBAR, JOANNE APRIL CRUZ
27749 ZULETA, GLENN AL ULTRA
27750 ZULITA, GEO IRAN GOMEZ
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:557 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27751 ZULUAGA, DOMINIQUE ISABEL RUTHERFORD
27752 ZULUETA, ARLIX JOHN II PEREZ
27753 ZULUETA, CLAREN MARVIN SANIDO
27754 ZULUETA, MARLON ORCENA
27755 ZULUETA, ZONREX RAGO
27756 ZUNIEGA, TRINITY JOY LEONADOR
27757 ZURBANO, JEFFREY REA
27758 ZURITA, AIRA VALLE
27759 ZUÑIGA, EARL BENEDICT RAMOS
27760 ZUÑIGA, IVY CRIZEL URBINO
27761 ZUÑIGA, JAMES RYAN DAGUIO
27762 ZUÑIGA, JEZA AVILA
27763 ZUÑIGA, MARIA JOSEFINA GARCIA
27764 ZUÑIGA, REINIER ROBERT MORABE
27765 ZUÑIGA, SUZANA JEZIKA SACDALAN





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SURNAME - Y - Roll of Successful Examinees in the NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008

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27449 YABA, CHRISTINE LORRAINE ROSAL
27450 YABES, JEZIKAH AQUINO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:551 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27451 YABES, PARIS LORENZO
27452 YABES, YAMYLENE ANNE ALMANZOR
27453 YABILLO, ROZETTE SARITA
27454 YABRES, KATE AILEEN DOMINGO
27455 YABUT, ALLEN NIKOLO JR AQUITANA
27456 YABUT, ERICKSON MANALAD
27457 YABUT, ERWIN PELAYO
27458 YABUT, JESSICA CHRISTINA RAZON
27459 YABUT, MA ANGILYN MAQUILAN
27460 YABUT, MARIA ROMA HIPOLITO
27461 YACAPIN, MARIGOLD TONI SANTOS
27462 YADAN, AILENE SULANG
27463 YADANG, CHERRYLANE AHUDAY
27464 YADAO, DEO ANTOINE ROMASANTA
27465 YADAO, MA AMOR IGNACIO
27466 YAGAYA, MICHELLE OH
27467 YAGO, JOHN PAUL WINCENT CAMPOSANO
27468 YAGONG, LOREVELL NAVACILLA
27469 YAMAT, JOSE-RABI SAMSON
27470 YAMAUCHI, AKIRA ANZURES
27471 YAMBA, MARLA ALTHEA SOLAS
27472 YAMBAO, MICHAEL SANTOS
27473 YAMBAO, PHILIP ROD PINEDA
27474 YAMBAO, SARAH ANGELICA CORPUZ
27475 YAMBOT, GALE IVORY ORETA
27476 YAMILAO, HAZEL VALDEZ
27477 YAMSON, LEA MAE VILLATURA
27478 YAMSON, MARIA RUBY RANCES
27479 YANAGIDA, MIE MA AMOR DE CASTRO
27480 YANDOC, KRISTINE CRUZ
27481 YANG, GEMMA BANGO
27482 YANGAT, LEO MIRANDA
27483 YANGAT, NOVILYN BAYAG-O
27484 YANGO, QUAYNETTE QUEN KIAT-ONG
27485 YANZON, ROSE ANNE BORLAGDAN
27486 YAO, DENNIS BUENCONSEJO
27487 YAO, RODNEY ANGELO SANTIAGO
27488 YAOTO, JOANNE MICHELLE PINEDA
27489 YAP, AL CERINA
27490 YAP, ANGEL GRACE GARDOSE
27491 YAP, ANNA LEAH BALOLOY
27492 YAP, ANTHONY UY
27493 YAP, APRIL LOU EMRADORA
27494 YAP, BAMBIE JESSA MALLARE
27495 YAP, CARMENCITA BENTULAN
27496 YAP, CATHERINE VENZON
27497 YAP, ERIC CARIAGA
27498 YAP, HARMONY ANNE MANOJO
27499 YAP, JAYSHEDA ANNA KHRISTINE MACASUHOT
27500 YAP, JAYSON GONZALES
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:552 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27501 YAP, JOLLY JOSQUIN AQUINO
27502 YAP, JOYCE IVY LYNN PANUGAN
27503 YAP, KATHERINE VILLARAZA
27504 YAP, KATHLEEN BABIA
27505 YAP, KIRSTENGAIL CICERON
27506 YAP, KIRSTENMILES CICERON
27507 YAP, KRISTINE JOY MEJIA
27508 YAP, LEONARDO VARGAS
27509 YAP, LESLIE ANNE ABRASALDO
27510 YAP, LOVELY JOY
27511 YAP, MAILYN ANABELLE FORTALEZA
27512 YAP, MARIA ANGELA CABARUBIA
27513 YAP, MARIEL THERESA BUSTRILLOS
27514 YAP, MARK ANTHONY NAGRET
27515 YAP, MARY ANTONETTE AMISTOSO
27516 YAP, MARY ROSE DEBULOS
27517 YAP, PENAFRANCIA ZABALA
27518 YAP, RAMONITA GEÑOSO
27519 YAP, ROSE ANN LUCEÑO
27520 YAP, TERENCE NICOLE TIU
27521 YAPCHING, VANESSA NAVALES
27522 YAPTANGCO, CHERUBIM CAMPAÑERO
27523 YAPYAPAN, NESTLE DUCLAN
27524 YARTE, JELI RAMOS
27525 YASIS, MONICA BLANCA JEREZ
27526 YASON, ANA REGINA DE LEON
27527 YASON, JENILLE URSOLINO
27528 YASUDA, JULIE ANN FAMARIN
27529 YATER, VANESSA MECEDA
27530 YBABAO, TIMOTHY PAUL MACALINO
27531 YBADLIT, PAMELA REBOLLOS
27532 YBANEZ, JENELLE JADE CHEN
27533 YBAÑEZ, ANA MARIE BARRO
27534 YBAÑEZ, CJESHYL BACUSMO
27535 YBAÑEZ, KAREEN PERNITO
27536 YBAÑEZ, MARY ANN SALVADOR
27537 YBAÑEZ, SHEENA TRINIDAD
27538 YBAÑEZ, STEPHANIE YNOT
27539 YBAÑEZ, VINCENT FERNANDEZ
27540 YCONG, MARK JASON ANINO
27541 YCONG, SARAH
27542 YCOY, MARK RYAN MAYONTE
27543 YDIA, MAY VILLENA
27544 YEBRA, DON II DASCO
27545 YEE, HELEN GRACE GREGORIO
27546 YEE, JOYLENE MANGAPIS
27547 YEE, MABELLE ARRICIVITA
27548 YEH, DIANA ASAYTONA
27549 YEH, JOHN WILLIAM DAVIS
27550 YEN, JOY CORPIN
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:553 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27551 YENKO, TAMSYN GONCERO
27552 YERRO, JOAN CLARE VILLANUEVA
27553 YGOT, CHERRIE MAE MAGUAD
27554 YGOÑA, BERNARDO III NENGASCA
27555 YIP, RACHEL GARCIA
27556 YJARES, MARIA CHARISSE CANTRE
27557 YLAGAN, KRISTINE ANNE TABAOSARES
27558 YLAGAN, ROIDAH IRAVELLE JUSAY
27559 YLANAN, LOVELY MAY MAMBURAM
27560 YLANAN, LOWELYN CADORNA
27561 YLAYA, MOYENN JARIN
27562 YMAS, THEA CHONG
27563 YMASA, EMMELOW DE ASIS
27564 YNALVEZ, EMMANUEL VICTOR CRUZ HIDALGO
27565 YNGENTE, ALBERTO MARTIN NOCUM
27566 YNGENTE, DAVID BRYAN AUSTRIA
27567 YNIEGO, DIANA MAE RAMOS
27568 YOGYOG, IVY JOY YOGYOG
27569 YOLDI, ROMEO JR SORIANO
27570 YORAC, MARIA VERONICA REVILLA
27571 YOSHIDA, CHARILYN OMALLAO
27572 YOTINGCO, FARRAH MAE PEÑALOSA
27573 YOUNG, CHRISTINE MARIE ABALOS
27574 YOUNG, HARRISON TE
27575 YOUNG, JAN MICHAEL SY
27576 YOUNG, JANELLE TE
27577 YOUNG, LORD WILSON YAP
27578 YOUNG, PAOLA SARONA
27579 YPON, FLEUR DE LIZ SOLOMON
27580 YRAC, PHYLLIZE REGINE MANALO
27581 YSIK, HEARTIE MAE CARBELLIDO
27582 YSMAEL, JOANNE MARIE TOCMO
27583 YSOG, PAULINE ANGELIE NAVOA
27584 YSON, BUEN CARLO CRISOLOGO
27585 YTAC, ELLAINE MOSQUEZA
27586 YU, ABEGALE UYVICO
27587 YU, ANGELIQUE TAN
27588 YU, ARLYN FORMENTERA
27589 YU, CHRISTINE JOY MISPEÑAS
27590 YU, DINO ERIC CHUA
27591 YU, FERRIE CORAZON CAUTIVO
27592 YU, HENRY VILLAGRACIA
27593 YU, JEDDAH BATICA
27594 YU, JEFFREY LAO
27595 YU, JONA MAE CANTIGA
27596 YU, JOSHUA BARRY ONG
27597 YU, KAMYLL ANNE NICOLAS
27598 YU, KARENNE JANE HUPA
27599 YU, LENY MERTO
27600 YU, MARY ALYSSA LOPEZ
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:554 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27601 YU, MARY LYNN SHEEN BESCORO
27602 YU, ROGELIO JR BACALLA
27603 YU, SARAH JANE MIRAFLOR
27604 YU, SELENE SANTI TAGLE
27605 YU, SHERRY PALOMO
27606 YU, WILLIAM LOUIE RAFOLS
27607 YUBAL, NYSSYL SHAYNE LETRAN
27608 YUBOC, DIEVEN ALLYN BALSICAS
27609 YUBOS, LEONOR POCTE
27610 YUHENGCO, KAREN GAIL GAZMEN
27611 YULIAT, JASPER PRADO
27612 YULO, MARJORIE GARIANDO
27613 YUMANG, CARLO CHRISTOPHER RINGOR
27614 YUMANG, IAN GRACE OCAMPO
27615 YUMANG, JENNIFER MENDOZA
27616 YUMANG, MARIA CORAZON ROJAS
27617 YUMANG, MARIA NELMA IGUICO
27618 YUMANG, SAMANTHA JANE MINA
27619 YUMOL, KURT GIAN JAVIER
27620 YUMOL, MARY ROSE TABANDA
27621 YUMPING, MINASOL MANIPIS
27622 YUMUL, ANGELA PASCUAL
27623 YUMUL, CHRISTIAN IBAÑEZ
27624 YUMUL, ERIC PAUL MANGALINO
27625 YUMUL, KAREN CAMILLE NANQUIL
27626 YUMUL, MARIE-KRIS SINGIAN
27627 YUMUL, ROSA CRIS MANGALINO
27628 YUMUL, RYAN CHRISTOPHER DELA CRUZ
27629 YUNG, JUDEE MARTINE SOTERO
27630 YUPO, DESIREE JOY MIRAMONTE
27631 YUSI, GERALD CHRISTIAN DATOR
27632 YUSON, CARLYN JANE TALIAD
27633 YUSON, JOANNE DE LEON
27634 YUSON, MAYLENE HANOPOL
27635 YUSON, ROMMEL SERRANO
27636 YUTADCO, ANNA CHARLENE ALONZO
27637 YUTUC, CHRISTOPHER ANTON DE CASTRO
27638 YUTUC, JENNIFER CASTRO
27639 YUTUC, RAYMOND DE JESUS
27640 YUYAP, ARNHEL MANDENILLA
27641 YUZON, ERIKA ANGELI SAMANIEGO
27642 YUZON, JAYSON BARONIA
27643 YUZON, JIM VEIL FANTO
27644 YUZON, MARIA CHRISTABEL PEREZ
27645 YZARRI, SHALEEN SEGOTIER
27646 YÑIGO, JAMAICA HERNANDEZ





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SURNAME - W - Roll of Successful Examinees in the NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008

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27399 WACDAGAN, CYRIL BUMMOSAO
27400 WACNISEN, RHODORA DIONISIO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:550 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27401 WAD-EY, ROSIE GLAE PAR-OGAN
27402 WADI, MOHAMAD ASHRAF ESMAEL
27403 WADWADAN, PAULINE JOYCE BALUDA
27404 WAGA, GLAIZA DALE
27405 WAGA, JESS CA SABILLANO
27406 WAGAYAN, SHIELA DONNA WALLACH
27407 WAGE, KAREN GRACE PEÑARANDA
27408 WAHING, RAQUEL CABUGAO
27409 WAHIRUL, NURIJA SULAYMAN
27410 WAILAN, DONNA MAE ESPERANZA
27411 WAJE, DIANNE MARIE NATIVIDAD
27412 WAKIT, MARK RAFAEL MENDOZA
27413 WAKIT, TERENCE WALANG
27414 WALICAN, CRISTEL GLAZE SISON
27415 WANAS, LEA MARIE BUGTONG
27416 WANG, HANNAH JAYNE DY
27417 WANG, HEIDI JENNAH DY
27418 WASH, MAE ANTONETTE LUCAS
27419 WATANABE, MA RITCHELLE JAVELONA
27420 WATCHORNA, ORLIE PAN-OY
27421 WAWEY, DARLEENE AYUGAT
27422 WEBB, MENYLYN CAONAN
27423 WEE, CHRISTINE SARILE
27424 WELBORN, PETER PAUL SALAZAR
27425 WENCESLAO, APRIL ROSE PEREZ
27426 WENCESLAO, ROUSYL SAYRE
27427 WENDAM, MARLENE VILLARUEL
27428 WENG, CHRISTINE LORRAINE NG
27429 WILD, RENZ HARVEY OLIVEROS
27430 WILLIAM, KARMILLE ALLYSON DANGCIL
27431 WILLY, MARIA KRISTINA DE PERALTA
27432 WINDHAM, SHIRLITO JR BALDIVIA
27433 WONG, ARCHIMEDES CAYANAN
27434 WONG, CHARMIN POSTER
27435 WONG, DARYL JANTSEN ABELLO
27436 WONG, HOMER JR GUILLENA
27437 WONG, HOPE RINETTE PENUELA
27438 WONG, JAYPEE ALEGRE
27439 WONG, JEDDALINE IBALI
27440 WONG, JUAN MIGUEL JIMENEZ
27441 WONG, KIMBERRY CABABAG
27442 WONG, MARK WILLIARD CORPUS
27443 WONG, MARY CATHERINE TEE
27444 WONG, MAY ERIKA AGUILAR
27445 WONG, NOEMI PALAMOS
27446 WOOD, KIM PRINCESS BALDERAMA
27447 WOODARD, PHOEBE PALACIO
27448 WU, KAYSHA ANN CONGE





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SURNAME - V - Roll of Successful Examinees in the NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008

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26399 VACAL, ZONES SEGOVIA
26400 VACARO, PAULA JANE TUAZON
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:530 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26401 VAFLOR, ARIADNE ACALING
26402 VAFLOR, IVY CRISOSTOMO
26403 VALARIZ, JOY SANTIAGO
26404 VALATERO, EFREN MICHAEL TUANDO
26405 VALBUENA, CHARLENE MAE MENDIGORIN
26406 VALBUENA, RIZALINE PALAGANAS
26407 VALDE, LESTER ALLAN OQUENDO
26408 VALDEPEÑAS, ROUCHEL MELEGRITO
26409 VALDERAMA, MARIA AYLA ALCANTARA
26410 VALDERRAMA, VERONICA GONZALES
26411 VALDEZ, AILEEN MAE CALONIA
26412 VALDEZ, ANGELICA ESPIRITU
26413 VALDEZ, ANGELINE PLACIDO
26414 VALDEZ, ARMAND LOYD DEL ROSARIO
26415 VALDEZ, CALVIN DE VERA
26416 VALDEZ, CAMILLE FRANCESCA DE GUZMAN
26417 VALDEZ, CHARMAINE CATHERINE PURISIMA
26418 VALDEZ, CHRIS EVERT RICAHUERTA
26419 VALDEZ, CHRISTOPHER JASON MANUEL
26420 VALDEZ, CINDY BALANAY
26421 VALDEZ, CLARESSE GUYA
26422 VALDEZ, EDUARDO JR MANANON
26423 VALDEZ, ELAINE REDOLOSO
26424 VALDEZ, ELENA CUESTA
26425 VALDEZ, ELKE HERNANDO
26426 VALDEZ, EMMANUEL MARTINEZ
26427 VALDEZ, ERNESTO JR REYES
26428 VALDEZ, GABRIEL JR CABANG
26429 VALDEZ, GENEVIEVE PLACIDO
26430 VALDEZ, HAZEL BALLESTEROS
26431 VALDEZ, JAN MICHAEL SANTUA
26432 VALDEZ, JENIDA BUSTAMANTE
26433 VALDEZ, JOHANNE CADDY NORIAL
26434 VALDEZ, JOSHANNA REJARA SANTIAGO
26435 VALDEZ, JULIUS CEAZAR JACINTO
26436 VALDEZ, JUVELYN BERNARDO
26437 VALDEZ, KIMBERLY JANE NOVILLAS
26438 VALDEZ, LEILANI BARRIENTOS
26439 VALDEZ, LESLY ANN DINGLASAN
26440 VALDEZ, LILYBETH DORONI
26441 VALDEZ, MARC DARYL ACOSTA
26442 VALDEZ, MARCELINO JR PENTINIO
26443 VALDEZ, MARIA KRISTINE PUNIT
26444 VALDEZ, MARILYN VERGARA
26445 VALDEZ, MARIO JR PABLO
26446 VALDEZ, MIA THERESE GALLARDO
26447 VALDEZ, MYRA MAR CALISAY
26448 VALDEZ, NIKKA ELOISA AVILA
26449 VALDEZ, PAUL JAMIE ARIZO
26450 VALDEZ, PIO JR PALMANI
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:531 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26451 VALDEZ, RAISA DIANNE DIMAGMALIW
26452 VALDEZ, REY MONSERATE
26453 VALDEZ, RHAZEL ALEJO
26454 VALDEZ, RICHARD TAN
26455 VALDEZ, RONALD JAVONILLO
26456 VALDEZ, RONNA MAE TABUGOC
26457 VALDEZ, ROSE ANNE BILAW
26458 VALDEZ, SHASLYN DE PERALTA
26459 VALDEZ, SHIRLEY BUMANLAG
26460 VALDEZ, SHYR KATHLANE DOMINCEL
26461 VALDEZ, SORARY JEAN ANCHETA
26462 VALDEZ, VINCENT CARIG
26463 VALDIVIA, FRANZ JOSEF ESTANISLAO
26464 VALDOPEÑA, MARIFE CERBITO
26465 VALE, DIANE ESTACIO
26466 VALENCERINA, SAMANTHA GAIL ATEO-AN
26467 VALENCIA, ANABEL DIZON
26468 VALENCIA, ANGELITO JR MANASAN
26469 VALENCIA, APRIL ANNE CUSTODIO
26470 VALENCIA, CATHERINE DE ROXAS
26471 VALENCIA, DANEM VILLANUEVA
26472 VALENCIA, DARYL JOEL BATILES
26473 VALENCIA, FLOR ANGELINE LAJA
26474 VALENCIA, GLYKA CANTUBA
26475 VALENCIA, GRACE ANN ABERDE
26476 VALENCIA, HEIZEL ANNE MIRANDA
26477 VALENCIA, IAM RAFANAN
26478 VALENCIA, IVAN DANIEL MILLAN
26479 VALENCIA, JAEZL ANN ROSAL
26480 VALENCIA, JANE MARGARET LIRAG
26481 VALENCIA, JAYIE CAISIP
26482 VALENCIA, JAYTINE APRIL ESGUERRA
26483 VALENCIA, JOSE JR TAPANG
26484 VALENCIA, JOYCE ANGELINE DOMINGUEZ
26485 VALENCIA, KATHERINE CHAVEZ
26486 VALENCIA, KRYSTAL JANE ARELLANO
26487 VALENCIA, LEA GUECO
26488 VALENCIA, MARIA RITA GRACIANO
26489 VALENCIA, MIA SARAH DELA ROSA
26490 VALENCIA, NERISSA LUSUNG
26491 VALENCIA, NORADEL ANGELES
26492 VALENCIA, PAOLA MARIE GONZALES
26493 VALENCIA, PAULA GRACE WATA
26494 VALENCIA, PETER GLENN JORNAL
26495 VALENCIA, RHODORA LOJA
26496 VALENCIA, RUBY ROSE ALAMA
26497 VALENCIA, SHEENA LERIO
26498 VALENCIA, SHEENA JOY SARDEÑA
26499 VALENCIA, SHEILA MAE GERVACIO
26500 VALENCIA, VLADIMIR MAGCALAS
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:532 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26501 VALENCIANO, KRISTINE ANNE MONTE
26502 VALENCIANO, LEAH FABRICANTE
26503 VALENCIANO, RACQUEL BAUTISTA
26504 VALENTIN, JHENAH NIÑA TUGO
26505 VALENTIN, JOYCE ANNE DE ANDRES
26506 VALENTIN, ROSE ANN REYES
26507 VALENTINO, ETHEL ROSE BALGOS
26508 VALENTON, BENJAMIN JAVIER
26509 VALENTON, CARADINE GALANG
26510 VALENZONA, ANTONIETTE OBLIGADO
26511 VALENZUELA, AILEEN CALIBUYO
26512 VALENZUELA, CHRISTINA GEORGINA TIANGCO
26513 VALENZUELA, FREDERICK ALLAN ANTONIO
26514 VALENZUELA, JEALLY GRACE PULIDO
26515 VALENZUELA, JENNY JOSOL
26516 VALENZUELA, JOEY FAUSTINO JACINTO
26517 VALENZUELA, JOHN MELVIN WONG
26518 VALENZUELA, JOHN ROGER MESIERA
26519 VALENZUELA, KHRISTINA REYES
26520 VALENZUELA, KRISTINE ANGELICA CLEMENTE
26521 VALENZUELA, NICKEY CASTRO
26522 VALENZUELA, ROVIE JEAN SANTOS
26523 VALENZUELA, VANESSA VALES
26524 VALER, JOHARRA SUMAYANG
26525 VALERA, GARICARLO SALAZAR
26526 VALERA, GEORGIA DURAN
26527 VALERA, JOANNE FRANCES VENTURA
26528 VALERA, LIBERTINE ORSAL
26529 VALERA, MA LOURDES DUQUE
26530 VALERA, MARGARITA PESTIN
26531 VALERA, MARIO LUIGI JR LAGMAN
26532 VALERA, MART-LINO JR SOLIS
26533 VALERA, RED STEPHEN IGLESIAS
26534 VALERIANO, JEMUEL JUAT
26535 VALERIANO, JESSICA LARIES BORGA
26536 VALERIANO, NIÑO NIETO
26537 VALERIO, ARIANNE OLIVIA SALCEDO
26538 VALERIO, CECILIA ABAGAT
26539 VALERIO, LALAINE AGUSTIN
26540 VALERIO, MARLON NATIVIDAD
26541 VALERIO, RACHEL ANGELETTE DATAY
26542 VALERIO, RAMSES ATIENZA
26543 VALERIO, RANDY PEDROSA
26544 VALERIO, SEVERINO TURLA
26545 VALERIO, STEPHANIE ANNE DEL ROSARIO
26546 VALERIO, TIRSO PADILLA
26547 VALERIO, VITALYN VALERIO
26548 VALERO, JOHN CHRISTOPHER SERVANO
26549 VALEROS, LESLIE RAMBONGA
26550 VALEROSO, HENRY JR CUYCO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:533 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26551 VALEROSO, JESSA DELA CRUZ
26552 VALES, MITCHELLE BONGULTO
26553 VALETE, ARIES HERMOSO
26554 VALIAO, JOLLY CAMILLE MORALES
26555 VALIENTE, ANN CERIZ ORTEGA
26556 VALIENTE, ANNABELLE BATTAD
26557 VALIENTE, APRIL ANN NUFABLE
26558 VALIENTE, ELOISA MARIANNE CASTRO
26559 VALIENTE, JASTONI DELFIN ENCINA
26560 VALIENTES, LOUELANE BUENAVISTA
26561 VALINO, CRISTINA JOY IDAGO
26562 VALINO, MARIE-JO BAYLON
26563 VALINO, MICHAEL ANDREW CRUZ
26564 VALLADA, FREDILYN DELA CRUZ
26565 VALLADAREZ, MARIA NINEZ ZAFRA
26566 VALLADOLID, VANESA NOCON
26567 VALLADORES, SALVADOR ZARAGOZA
26568 VALLARTA, ALDRIN VINCENT VALINO
26569 VALLARTA, MAILEN QUINDARA
26570 VALLE, BENSON PLARISAN
26571 VALLE, CHENNIE MACAPULAY
26572 VALLE, JOSEPH JUDE AQUINO
26573 VALLE, ROMMEL FESTEJO
26574 VALLEDOR, GEM MARIE CONCEPCION SHEA
26575 VALLEGA, REGIE ROY AMBA
26576 VALLEJO, JENNY BABE BAGUIN
26577 VALLEJO, JONALYN MILLARES
26578 VALLEJO, MA KARYN BALES
26579 VALLEJO, RICHELLE DAET
26580 VALLEJOS, MARISH PASCUA
26581 VALLEJOS, VENUS OLIVIA MANALASTAS
26582 VALLENTE, HERMAN JR MONTEALTO
26583 VALLES, JAN ERICK BARTOLOME
26584 VALLES, JEMZENNE AUSTRIA
26585 VALLES, ORVILLE RALPH SUAN
26586 VALLESTER, VENICE ESTRANZA
26587 VALLESTERO, JASPER ESPIRITU
26588 VALLESTEROS, MELIEFLOR GALBAN
26589 VALLIDO, JOHN BENEDICT DIMATULAC
26590 VALLO, ANN KATHLEEN SIM
26591 VALLO, JANELLE GRACE SAURE
26592 VALLOSO, MANNA ELOISA MARTIN
26593 VALMADRID, JOHN PHILLIPE URIAN
26594 VALMEO, CARLO DECILIO
26595 VALMONTE, REGINO BERMUDEZ
26596 VALMORES, JANE MARIE CADUNGOG
26597 VALOIS, OHARRA CHRISTINE GARLITOS
26598 VALONDO, CRISOSTOMO VACUAL
26599 VALORIA, GRACE MARIA LUZ GALVEZ
26600 VALORIA, RUBY ANNE AQUINO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26601 VALTE, MA NIÑA CORAZON LAZO
26602 VANA, RACHELLE QUITORIO
26603 VANDERLIPE, EDWARD MANZANO
26604 VANDERLIPE, LILY ANN ALCANTARA
26605 VANGUARDIA, JOSE LEE TAMOSO
26606 VANZUELA, GRECELYN SEVILLA
26607 VAQUILAR, CHARITO TOMAS
26608 VARELA, ALLAN MONTEBON
26609 VARELA, ARVI DUMO
26610 VARELA, JANE DURAN
26611 VARELA, STEPHANIE BIANCA LOBRES
26612 VARGAS, ARGYLL MAE SORRERA
26613 VARGAS, BIBIAN BELEN
26614 VARGAS, CRISCEL MAE MAHUSAY
26615 VARGAS, DANILO JR TORRES
26616 VARGAS, JAN STEPHANIE AGUILAR
26617 VARGAS, JENNIFER MAY ATIENZA
26618 VARGAS, JOHN RAY EMEN
26619 VARGAS, JOSEF DOMINIQUE REYES
26620 VARGAS, JULIEN KAY CENTINA
26621 VARGAS, KAREN JOVEN
26622 VARGAS, KATRINA KRISTEL ANURAN
26623 VARGAS, KRISTINE DIANE FADRI
26624 VARGAS, LAILA MACAUBA
26625 VARGAS, LIEZEL HORTIZ
26626 VARGAS, MA CECILIA
26627 VARGAS, MARCHELLE LEI CAHAMBING
26628 VARGAS, MARIA CHARESSA CRISTINA DELADA
26629 VARGAS, MEILEEN YEE
26630 VARGAS, ROEL II BENIGNO
26631 VARGAS, ROTHE GAEA BUENAFE
26632 VARGAS, VICTORIA QUENNIE CORONADO
26633 VARGAS, WILLIAM JR ALMONTE
26634 VARIAS, CHUCK AÑONUEVO
26635 VARIAS, DAVID ARAN MUNAR
26636 VARIAS, JOHN MICHAEL ALILIO
26637 VARILLA, PRECY BETH BROZAS
26638 VARONA, JANELLE ROAN GATUS
26639 VARQUEZ, DENISE MARIE CUINO
26640 VARQUEZ, SHERRY ROSE OPERAÑA
26641 VARRERA, RAY VINCENT DIZON
26642 VASALLO, REICHELLE PEREZ
26643 VASO, FRANCIS EMMANUEL IGNACIO
26644 VASQUEZ, DESIREE TABOADA
26645 VASQUEZ, GRETHEL SISON
26646 VASQUEZ, HENSON JANOLO
26647 VASQUEZ, JEANETTE EVE GALVEZ
26648 VASQUEZ, MARIAN GERTRUDE DIMLA
26649 VASQUEZ, MAYETTE MACACHOR
26650 VASQUEZ, RAZZEL AÑOSA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26651 VASQUEZ, REGINALD BUCOY
26652 VASQUEZ, RYAN VILLANUEVA
26653 VAZQUEZ, MARIA LUISA BAUTRO
26654 VAÑO, LORNA GRACE CABRERA
26655 VAÑO UY, PAOLA LYNN LAPITAN
26656 VECILLEZ, MARIAN INFANTE
26657 VECINA, KATHERINE NIEVA
26658 VECINO, CONRAD PANDI
26659 VECINO, JENNYVEN MILLAMENA
26660 VECTA, ANGELICA DELA CRUZ
26661 VEGA, ARVEE BAUTISTA
26662 VEGA, GIAN LUIGI URIAS
26663 VEGA, GRACIA MAY MAGDALUYO
26664 VEGA, JEFFRY QUESTOL
26665 VEJERANO, MADONNA AGRIPA
26666 VELARDE, ARIANE PEARL GALVAN
26667 VELARDE, ESPERANZA SABLAD
26668 VELARDE, JAYSON VASQUEZ
26669 VELARDE, JOANNA MARIE IGNA
26670 VELARDE, JORDAN RON DACARA
26671 VELARDE, MARK EVAN NAIR TERO
26672 VELARDE, SARAH JEAN DAPDAP
26673 VELARDE, VANESA RIVERA
26674 VELASCO, ANNA LISA BAESA
26675 VELASCO, ARIANNE KAREN CATANGAY
26676 VELASCO, CHUCK AIZAN BAUTISTA
26677 VELASCO, CRISTY ANN PELAYO
26678 VELASCO, DANIKA ANGELA ARAGA
26679 VELASCO, DARREL ALUPAY
26680 VELASCO, DENNIS ZABLAN
26681 VELASCO, DIANA FERNANDEZ
26682 VELASCO, ELOISE MAE YAGO
26683 VELASCO, GENEBEL GERONIMO
26684 VELASCO, GRACE PARIS
26685 VELASCO, GRINGO RUFO
26686 VELASCO, GWYN VICTOR MANIA
26687 VELASCO, HALLWAYNE DELA CRUZ
26688 VELASCO, JASON RITZNEIL CUDIA
26689 VELASCO, JEANNY JACKLYN PUA
26690 VELASCO, JEROME MENDOZA
26691 VELASCO, JILLIAN ATENCIO
26692 VELASCO, JOAN MARIE DICLAS
26693 VELASCO, JOCELYN EVANGELISTA
26694 VELASCO, JOHANNES GATUS
26695 VELASCO, JOHN PAUL YAO
26696 VELASCO, JONAS DE LEON
26697 VELASCO, JOYCE ANNE CABBAB
26698 VELASCO, JUAN MIGUEL ANGELES
26699 VELASCO, KAREN CRISTEL SAN JOSE
26700 VELASCO, KATHLYNE MIGUEL
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:536 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26701 VELASCO, KRISTINA PALEA DALANON
26702 VELASCO, KRISTMOND TUBIANOSA
26703 VELASCO, KRISVILLE JOY MARQUEZ
26704 VELASCO, MARINELLA VERENDIA
26705 VELASCO, MARY NATALIE DELA CRUZ
26706 VELASCO, MELCHIZEDEK BACANI
26707 VELASCO, NOEL OCTAVIO GARCIA
26708 VELASCO, PAULINE CONSUELO ROSALES
26709 VELASCO, PHENELYN GRACE ROBLES
26710 VELASCO, PHILIP LOU JORDA
26711 VELASCO, SABRINA BARROGA
26712 VELASCO, SHELLA MAY IGNACIO
26713 VELASCO, STELLA JEZEBELLE PALENG
26714 VELASCO, VERLY JOY DE VERA
26715 VELASCO, VEVERLY DELA ROSA
26716 VELASQUEZ, ADRIAN UALAT
26717 VELASQUEZ, ELSIEFEL DIMASUAY
26718 VELASQUEZ, ERIKA KAYNE LIMAS
26719 VELASQUEZ, JEZELLE OBISPO
26720 VELASQUEZ, KIMMY ROLDAN
26721 VELASQUEZ, LEVERIZA LUMIBAO
26722 VELASQUEZ, MARICRIS VIVAS
26723 VELASQUEZ, ROSEMARIE PARADERO
26724 VELASQUEZ, VANESSA MIGANO
26725 VELASQUEZ, VANESSA NAVARRO
26726 VELAYO, GENNYFER MANABAT
26727 VELAYO, JONNA MAE PONO
26728 VELAYO, LADY ALYSSA BALVEZ
26729 VELECINA, AUREA PRANCES VIRTUCIO
26730 VELEZ, AVRILETTE ACOSTA
26731 VELEZ, MARICAR REYES
26732 VELEZ, SARAJANE PALTIGUERA
26733 VELEÑA, MARIUS RODNEY SAYAMAN
26734 VELILIA, ROSALYN DE VERA
26735 VELILLA, PILAR BERNADETTE ENRIQUEZ
26736 VELMONTE, MARY LORRAINE LIM
26737 VELO, MAJAN ARDI TOLENTINO
26738 VELORIA, MA CATHERINE ALSADON
26739 VELOSO, BEAUVILLE YBAÑEZ
26740 VELOSO, CARLA CAMILLE AMBITO
26741 VELOSO, HELEN VICTORIA CAYETANO
26742 VELOSO, JEITI ANNE PEREZ
26743 VELOSO, JESTHONY SOLOMON
26744 VELOSO, MICHAEL LANCE OCSIO
26745 VELOTA, MARC GIL MIGUEL
26746 VELUZ, CHARLOTTE GRACE FONTANOZA
26747 VELUZ, GRACE AUDREY CALATCAT
26748 VENDERO, RONALD CABILAN
26749 VENDIOLA, NICHOLAI JAMES SALAZAR
26750 VENDIOLA, VINCENT FERNANDEZ
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:537 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26751 VENEGAS, GERMAINE GAYOD
26752 VENEGAS, GLAIZA SALVADOR
26753 VENERACION, CHRISTOPHER LIWAG
26754 VENERACION, ELISA BERNARDINO
26755 VENERACION, KAREN CABRAL
26756 VENEZUELA, DENNIS LOQUIÑO
26757 VENGANO, PETER DEANG
26758 VENIEGAS, ARVAY REYNALD ABOROT
26759 VENIEGAS, GRINGO LAVARIAS
26760 VENIGAS, DIONEL VENTURA
26761 VENTANILLA, ROSSANE REYES
26762 VENTANILLA, VIDA SESCON
26763 VENTAYEN, RUBY ANN SY
26764 VENTURA, ABIGAIL PASCUA
26765 VENTURA, CHRISTIAN NOEL ABAJO
26766 VENTURA, EMMANUEL JR ESCRIBA
26767 VENTURA, JANE ROXANNE DATOY
26768 VENTURA, KRIS ANNE DE LEON
26769 VENTURA, LOVELY BALLET MANACMUL
26770 VENTURA, MA DONNA CORNELIA BLARDONY
26771 VENTURA, MALENE AMBOS
26772 VENTURA, MARVELYN DANIPOG
26773 VENTURA, MERRILL JENNIFER MISLANG
26774 VENTURA, RACHEL ANN SALAZAR
26775 VENTURA, RHUNETH CATACUTAN
26776 VENTURA, SHIELA MANUEL
26777 VENTURA, VEMBER FELICIANO
26778 VENTURES, ANNA MARIE CZARINA FABRIGARAS
26779 VENTURES, APRIL TARRAYO
26780 VENTURINA, ANA FARRAH ABUEL
26781 VENTURINA, ANNA KARLA ABUEL
26782 VENTURINA, JIHAN CABANTOG
26783 VENTURINA, THERESA JIEZELLE CRUZ
26784 VENUS, JOY AGUSTIN
26785 VENUS, MARY JUNE SAUS
26786 VENZON, BILLY BRIGETTE MITRA
26787 VER, ANNALYN CASSANDRA FRIAS
26788 VERA CRUZ, FRANCIS JR CANITA
26789 VERAIN, MA ANGELICA HERNANDEZ
26790 VERALLO, AILYN MALUBAY
26791 VERANA, GENER RABASA
26792 VERANCES, JOANNA MARIE DOMINGO
26793 VERANO, ARUNA GARCIA
26794 VERANO, JAJORIE EARL VALDEHUEZA
26795 VERANO, LOVERNE GAYLE EVANGELISTA
26796 VERANO, RAYMUND DEGAYO
26797 VERANO, VICTORIA BALLESTEROS
26798 VERAR, JENNA-MAY MORESCA
26799 VERAR, JOAN FRANCES CHENG
26800 VERAYO, RYAN SALAZAR
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:538 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26801 VERBO, MIAMIE LUCAS
26802 VERCELES, CHARI BAUTISTA
26803 VERDE, ARES MADRANGCA
26804 VERDE, JAN PAOLO REGUDO
26805 VERDIDA, FLORIMAE LAGAT
26806 VERDIDA, JAY MANUEL LAGAT
26807 VERDIDA, LEOVIE ORTEGA
26808 VERDIDA, WENDELL ZANORIA
26809 VERDIJO, MARVIC MORALES
26810 VERDILLO, ELOISA LIRIO
26811 VERDILLO, MYLENE AMOYAN
26812 VERDILLO, VERONICA FERNANDEZ
26813 VERDUN, VANESSA SARITA ALFECHE
26814 VERE PASCUAL, MARITES PABLO
26815 VERENDIA, JOY DAYRIT
26816 VERGARA, ALVIN MASCARIÑAS
26817 VERGARA, ANDREA LIRA LAPID
26818 VERGARA, ANGELITA VALENCIA
26819 VERGARA, BERNADETTE BAROLA
26820 VERGARA, BERNADETTE MARIE ALBAR
26821 VERGARA, CHRISTINE VILLAPANDO
26822 VERGARA, CLARA ALVAREZ
26823 VERGARA, DAISY DELA CRUZ
26824 VERGARA, DANTE RYAN SANTOS
26825 VERGARA, ELYN JOY TOLOSA
26826 VERGARA, FAITH KRISTINE JAMONER
26827 VERGARA, FREDDIEMAR RAQUIÑO
26828 VERGARA, GISELLE JACILDO
26829 VERGARA, HOSANNA VENTURA
26830 VERGARA, JONATHAN CASTRO
26831 VERGARA, JOSEPH NORMAN LENON
26832 VERGARA, LORA MAE BELLO
26833 VERGARA, MAREA CRYSEL HERNANDEZ
26834 VERGARA, MARIA ANGELITA BARROSA
26835 VERGARA, MARILOU SABILE
26836 VERGARA, MAY DELOS REYES
26837 VERGARA, NOEL JR PAGLINAWAN
26838 VERGARA, PAUL JHON ANTE
26839 VERGARA, QUINBELE APALES
26840 VERGARA, RICHARD JR BELBES
26841 VERGARA, ROJAN ABAD
26842 VERGARA, RONALD PEDALIZO
26843 VERGARA, RYAN SARIGNAYA
26844 VERGARA, SALVADOR CAYABYAB
26845 VERGARA, TRICIA ANNE PALOMA
26846 VERGAVERA, NORILYN BESANA
26847 VERGAÑO, ANZEL JOAN GESLAGA
26848 VERGONIA, MURIEL MARAMBA
26849 VERGONIO, MERELLENY FETROS
26850 VERIDIANO, KRISTELA LILIA ROQUE
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:539 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26851 VERIÑO, JENNIFER AYCO
26852 VEROSIL, RELIZA ANN VIRAY
26853 VERRA, MARY GRACE ALOROY
26854 VERTERRA, PIP BELEN
26855 VERTUDES, ANNA AUBREY CANO
26856 VERZOLA, BENIELYN BELARDO
26857 VERZOLA, BERNADETTE RESPICIO
26858 VERZOSA, ANGELICA GASPAR
26859 VERZOSA, DIANA JANE VIRAY
26860 VERZOSA, JAIME VICENTE DITCHING
26861 VERZOSA, MA KARMELA JE ARIOLA
26862 VERZOSA, PAUL ANTHONY NAVARRO
26863 VERZOSA, TRIXIE OLIGARIO
26864 VERZOSA, WYETH LIMBO
26865 VIADO, ERWIN JOSE VALERA
26866 VIADO, JAN ARVI DIZON
26867 VIAGEDOR, JOEMAR BRAVO
26868 VIAÑA, ALEX EMAGUIN
26869 VIBAR, CHRISTIAN MENDIOLA
26870 VIBAR, EMELYN AGUILAR
26871 VIBAR, JERICHO JOSEPH LORETE
26872 VICENCIO, DAVID SEBASTIAN FLORES
26873 VICENCIO, ELAINE JOYCE DIZON
26874 VICENCIO, SARAH JEAN MIRA
26875 VICENCIO, VIVIEN FERRARIS
26876 VICENTE, APRIL FERNANDEZ
26877 VICENTE, ARWEN AUDREY MAXIMO
26878 VICENTE, CHRISMAE SINGCO
26879 VICENTE, DONNA MAE GALIMBA
26880 VICENTE, EDGARDO MA MAXIMO JR SHAW
26881 VICENTE, ESMAEL III SURMIEDA
26882 VICENTE, GERRYSON QUINIONES
26883 VICENTE, JONATHAN RACASA
26884 VICENTE, JOSHUA LAURETA
26885 VICENTE, KRISDANE ROBERTSON LAO
26886 VICENTE, L A FAINA
26887 VICENTE, LYKA CASTILLO
26888 VICENTE, MARC DALMACIO
26889 VICENTE, MARIAN TOLENTINO
26890 VICENTE, MARIBEL GAPUS
26891 VICENTE, MARK GIL JOSON
26892 VICENTE, NERILANE JUZIEL BORLONGAN
26893 VICENTE, REGIMARK AGAGON
26894 VICENTE, ROXANNE BILALAY
26895 VICERA, LILY MAE TUMBIS
26896 VICERAL, LUXY JOYCE VILLANUEVA
26897 VICETE, ELVIE RADAM
26898 VICMUDO, MA ADORA JOY VASALLO
26899 VICTA, ENRICO TYRONE MIRANDA
26900 VICTA, IRA DAVID
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:540 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26901 VICTOR, JENNIFER CORNELIO
26902 VICTORIA, EMIL CRUZ
26903 VICTORIA, GIAN PAOLO URBANO
26904 VICTORIA, NELL MANLAPAZ
26905 VICTORIA, PAOLO CARMELO ALFORTE
26906 VICTORIA, PRINCESS ESPINOSA
26907 VICTORIANO, DIANE SIOSON
26908 VICTORINO, CATHERINE GONZALES
26909 VICTORINO, CHRISTIAN PEDRO
26910 VICTORINO, ROSELYNN ANN SANTOS
26911 VICTORIO, JOHN ERIC SANTOS
26912 VICTORIO, MARIA VICTORIA ROSARIO NONES
26913 VIDAD, MA KHAREN AGUILA
26914 VIDAL, CARMEN METWA
26915 VIDAL, DEBBIE SOY
26916 VIDAL, MARGOT ROQUE
26917 VIDAL, MARY ANNE ANASTACIO
26918 VIDAL, MONALISA MANCHING
26919 VIDAL, ROXANNE BIGCAS
26920 VIDAL, RYAN CASEY CASTILLO
26921 VIDALLO, CECILBETH IBAÑEZ
26922 VIDALLO, MARK VISAYA
26923 VIDALLON, EVANGELINE ALGARA
26924 VIDALLON, JULIUS SARDAN
26925 VIDALLON, MARIA DANICA CAOILE
26926 VIDANES, MICHAEL CAMBA
26927 VIDAURE, MALOU GAROLACAN
26928 VIDEZ, TAGUMPAY ANGELES
26929 VIDON, ANALYN CRUZ
26930 VIEJA, MARIA LIANOZA COSTO
26931 VIEJA, ROSELA EMILIO
26932 VIERNES, EDUARDO JR GUILLERMO
26933 VIERNES, JAYSON CARNATE
26934 VIERNES, KATHERINE JANE SALUD
26935 VIERNES, MIGUEL ANTON COLOMA
26936 VIERNES, NOELYN ALARCON
26937 VIERNES, NORREEN JOYCE MARIANO
26938 VIERNES, SHERLON FRONDARINA
26939 VIERNEZA, RUTH CAMILLE RIVAS
26940 VIESCA, CHRISTOFER SUSANO
26941 VIESCA, VILMA DELA CRUZ
26942 VIGILIA, JONATHAN IAN BONDOC
26943 VIGO, ANGELA CLARISSA VALDEZ
26944 VIGO, ROBERT DE FRANCIA
26945 VIGOR, NERY MONTOYA
26946 VIJANDRE, EASTER RIYA CAGUING
26947 VILA, JOSIE BILALAT
26948 VILA, KHRISTINA CASSANDRA SISON
26949 VILA, MARICRIS MONTEMAYOR
26950 VILAN, GENEVIEVE LITERAL
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:541 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
26951 VILAR, RODRIGO JR SAN PEDRO
26952 VILAR, VAL FORONDA
26953 VILARAY, APPLE LLYMAR PAR
26954 VILBAR, JENELYN MEJIA
26955 VILBAR, MICHAEL LAWRENCE PREJAS
26956 VILETA, MARIELLE ANNE CAMIA
26957 VILLA, CHARITY REBOLDERA
26958 VILLA, EMMY LOU CAROLINE SALOMA
26959 VILLA, EUNICE NICOLAS
26960 VILLA, FRANCES JOY UMAHAG
26961 VILLA, FRITZIE TRINITY ADORABLE
26962 VILLA, JACKIE LOU DARAL
26963 VILLA, JOHN DENNIS II LAUDENORIO
26964 VILLA, JONATHAN ESPINELI
26965 VILLA, KAREN EULALIA
26966 VILLA, KEITH ROSE VILLEGAS
26967 VILLA, KRISTEL CATE LUNA
26968 VILLA, MA EVITA PAOLA CAÑONEO
26969 VILLA, MARY ANNE ARDE
26970 VILLA, RHICA MULATO
26971 VILLA, ROUDINNI DINDIN
26972 VILLA, RUMIKO PATRICIO
26973 VILLA-IGNACIO, CHRISTIAN JOE REBULANAN
26974 VILLA-REAL, JERLYN BATUTO
26975 VILLABLANCA, HANZEL MARC NOEL LAVADIA
26976 VILLACARLOS, MARCO ANTONIO SARTORIO
26977 VILLACASTIN, RENNEL MOSEROS
26978 VILLACILLO, MARK'J ABAS
26979 VILLACORTA, JOAN SAMSON
26980 VILLACORTA, PAULINE EMILY CAMILO
26981 VILLACORTE, MA CARMELA PINGOL
26982 VILLACORTE, PAULO MARQUEZ
26983 VILLADAREZ, JUDY UMIPIG
26984 VILLADELREY, JAMIE UY
26985 VILLADIEGO, MICHELLE AGUILAR
26986 VILLADO, MARIA VANESSA PALOMA
26987 VILLADOR, JOSEPHINE BILLOTE
26988 VILLAFANIA, ALBERT PENULLAR
26989 VILLAFLOR, CARILLE MAYE FLORENDO
26990 VILLAFLOR, DIANNE JOY BACALANGCO
26991 VILLAFLOR, IVAN LOVELL CRISOSTOMO
26992 VILLAFLOR, JAN DAX RESUMA
26993 VILLAFLOR, JENNY ROSE ENRIQUEZ
26994 VILLAFLOR, KATRINA GUTIERREZ
26995 VILLAFLORES, ROAN ACERON
26996 VILLAFRANCA, MARY CHARITY CARBAQUIL
26997 VILLAFUERTE, ALVIN ALPHONSUS GARCIA
26998 VILLAFUERTE, ANNA MARGARITA MIRANDA
26999 VILLAFUERTE, DANILO JR DUNGOG
27000 VILLAFUERTE, ELIZABETH CADIANG
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27001 VILLAFUERTE, FLORA SARONA
27002 VILLAFUERTE, JAN MICHELLE BETON
27003 VILLAFUERTE, MA CARLA FESTEJO
27004 VILLAFUERTE, MELANIE ROSE BRIGIDA
27005 VILLAFUERTE, PIA ELAINE TIGAS
27006 VILLAFUERTE, VIRNADETH VERGARA
27007 VILLAGANES, MARY ANN FLORES
27008 VILLAGANTE, GELEEN LIM
27009 VILLAGONZALO, MARK LESTER ANG
27010 VILLAGRACIA, FLERIKA VEI PAJUYO
27011 VILLAGRACIA, STEPHANIE VALERA
27012 VILLAHERMOSA, JOYCE ROBIÑOS
27013 VILLAHERMOSA, LEILANE JESKO
27014 VILLAHERMOSA, RACHELLE ANNE BABAAN
27015 VILLALBA, ROMMEL PHILLIP TURA
27016 VILLALOBOS, ALLAN CASLANGIN
27017 VILLALOBOS, APRIL LOZADA
27018 VILLALOBOS, EDELEINE PALAC
27019 VILLALOBOS, GRACE CASTRO
27020 VILLALOBOS, RUBY CRUZ
27021 VILLALON, ABEL CABIARA
27022 VILLALON, LYZANDER PICARDAL
27023 VILLALON, NESSAN BAYRON
27024 VILLALONGJA, MARY IRYL SUNICO
27025 VILLALUNA, KIMMY AQUINO
27026 VILLALUZ, ANADETTE JUNE ANICO
27027 VILLALUZ, RAYNAN NUIQUE
27028 VILLALUZ, RICHELLE REYES
27029 VILLALVETO, CHRYSTA RADAZA
27030 VILLAMARIA, CHERRY PAZ LOPEZ
27031 VILLAMARZO, EDA MARIE GENOL
27032 VILLAMATER, JOSE NIÑO UY
27033 VILLAMAYOR, LEO RALPH PUBLICO
27034 VILLAMERO, JOHN CARLO GARCIA
27035 VILLAMIEL, JONAS MARTINEZ
27036 VILLAMIL, EDGAR LUCERO
27037 VILLAMIL, EDNA MAMARIL
27038 VILLAMIL, MILLICENT TENGCO
27039 VILLAMIL, PETER JOHN MONFORTE
27040 VILLAMIL, SHEILA MARIE BANGSAL
27041 VILLAMIN, JAMIE FAYE HOLGADO
27042 VILLAMIN, MA CATHRINA VALENCIA
27043 VILLAMIN, PRINCESS MARGUERITE RED
ARIMBUYUTAN
27044 VILLAMOR, CLAIRE ANNE INVENTOR
27045 VILLAMOR, CYREL BLANCHE MONTECILLO
27046 VILLAMOR, HYACINTH ROSE LUA
27047 VILLAMOR, JACQUELINE MAE CANEN
27048 VILLAMOR, JANE ORTICIO
27049 VILLAMOR, JESUS DOMINGO
27050 VILLAMOR, JOE MHAR CALDEA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:543 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27051 VILLAMOR, KARISSA ESPAÑOL
27052 VILLAMOR, KRISELLE LAMADRID
27053 VILLAMOR, KRISTINE HALLARE
27054 VILLAMOR, KRYSTEL FLEUR INVENTOR
27055 VILLAMOR, LAILA YRA NASHA TOLENTINO
27056 VILLAMOR, LIZABETH CAVAL
27057 VILLAMOR, MARIE ANGELIQUE TAGHOY
27058 VILLAMOR, MYRA LOTEYRO
27059 VILLAMOR, PERSIUS II DELA PEÑA
27060 VILLAMOR, RALPH RAOUL ABELLANA
27061 VILLAMOR, RUEL LLORIN
27062 VILLAMOR, SARAH JANE SANTOS
27063 VILLAMOR, WINDY-LYN LABIAL
27064 VILLAMORA, MA JESSICA VICILLAJE
27065 VILLAMUCHO, MARICRIS DELA PENA
27066 VILLANDA, DINA MICUA
27067 VILLANEZA, ROCHELLE LOU COMPETENTE
27068 VILLANO, FREDDIX LLANETA
27069 VILLANO, MARIBETH PRODON
27070 VILLANO, VANESSA ELAINE JAMIR
27071 VILLANOS, REGINALD GIRAY
27072 VILLANOY, MARTIN REY FADERUGAO
27073 VILLANUEVA, AIZA MAE TABACUG
27074 VILLANUEVA, ALEXANDER JOSHUA CARDOSA
27075 VILLANUEVA, ANTHONY RECINTO
27076 VILLANUEVA, ARIES BAUTISTA
27077 VILLANUEVA, ARRIANE MAE PAGUIA
27078 VILLANUEVA, ARVI JOHN ARAGON
27079 VILLANUEVA, ATHENA MAY ROSENDO
27080 VILLANUEVA, BELINDA GUANZON
27081 VILLANUEVA, BEVERLIE JOIE BALABAG
27082 VILLANUEVA, CARISSA HAZEL VILLANUEVA
27083 VILLANUEVA, CARLO MIGUEL MARTIN PARREÑO
27084 VILLANUEVA, CARMI FLORESTA
27085 VILLANUEVA, CATHERINE CABAÑERO
27086 VILLANUEVA, CATHYRINE GALABAN
27087 VILLANUEVA, CHRISTEL JOYCE CUEVAS
27088 VILLANUEVA, CYNTHIA CALONGE
27089 VILLANUEVA, DIANNA MARIE GUTIERREZ
27090 VILLANUEVA, ELIJA PAUL GALIZA
27091 VILLANUEVA, ESTELA MAGLINTE
27092 VILLANUEVA, FERNALEEN JOVELLANA
27093 VILLANUEVA, FEVIELYN PARANI
27094 VILLANUEVA, FRANCES COLLEEN ALVAREZ
27095 VILLANUEVA, FRENA SORIANO
27096 VILLANUEVA, FREYAL JEMN CUNANAN
27097 VILLANUEVA, FRITZ MALIGAYA
27098 VILLANUEVA, GARY SARABIA
27099 VILLANUEVA, GIANNE LORAINNE LUMUBOS
27100 VILLANUEVA, GRINDLE AMOS
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:544 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27101 VILLANUEVA, HAZEL GILO
27102 VILLANUEVA, HAZEL GRACE OCALEÑA
27103 VILLANUEVA, IRENE ENRIQUEZ
27104 VILLANUEVA, JAMMES BAUTISTA
27105 VILLANUEVA, JANAIRA MAY VIGILLA
27106 VILLANUEVA, JANE CHERI CAILO
27107 VILLANUEVA, JANETTE PEREZ
27108 VILLANUEVA, JARY CALDINO
27109 VILLANUEVA, JASON JOHN PABLO
27110 VILLANUEVA, JAYSON AGPAOA
27111 VILLANUEVA, JOAN MURILLO
27112 VILLANUEVA, JOANNA KRIS TENORIO
27113 VILLANUEVA, JOMER BASANGAN
27114 VILLANUEVA, JONAS JASON LABARCON
27115 VILLANUEVA, JUDETTE BADUA
27116 VILLANUEVA, KRISTINA FRANCESCA DAÑO
27117 VILLANUEVA, KRISTO LEDESMA
27118 VILLANUEVA, LAARNI BENALIZA
27119 VILLANUEVA, LAVERNE EBUE
27120 VILLANUEVA, LLOYD ROBLES
27121 VILLANUEVA, MA KRYSTAL PAZ PERMENTILLA
27122 VILLANUEVA, MAR KRISTIAN SALINAS
27123 VILLANUEVA, MARIA CRISELDA GARCIA
27124 VILLANUEVA, MARIA MELODY MARONILLA
27125 VILLANUEVA, MARIA THERESA BUENAVINTURA
27126 VILLANUEVA, MARIA VICTORIA ADALIM
27127 VILLANUEVA, MARIAN CARPIO
27128 VILLANUEVA, MARILAG DELA CRUZ
27129 VILLANUEVA, MARY GRACE GABILO
27130 VILLANUEVA, MARY ROSE RAMOS
27131 VILLANUEVA, MARY ROSE SIASON
27132 VILLANUEVA, MAYBELLE RELOX
27133 VILLANUEVA, MERVIE PASCUAL
27134 VILLANUEVA, MHERVIC SORIANO
27135 VILLANUEVA, MIFLORA LLARENA
27136 VILLANUEVA, MILLICENT MIRANDA
27137 VILLANUEVA, NALETTE BALABA
27138 VILLANUEVA, NESSA GALLARDO
27139 VILLANUEVA, NIEZL CASINILLO
27140 VILLANUEVA, PATRICIA ANGELA MAGALONA
27141 VILLANUEVA, PATRICIA PAMELA SAN AGUSTIN
27142 VILLANUEVA, PAUL ERNIL BEDONIA
27143 VILLANUEVA, PHOL BENDAÑA
27144 VILLANUEVA, RACHEL ANN TAMANI
27145 VILLANUEVA, RACHEL ANNE CELIS
27146 VILLANUEVA, REGIE ANSANO
27147 VILLANUEVA, RICARDO JR CLEMENTE
27148 VILLANUEVA, RICHEL PARAGAS
27149 VILLANUEVA, ROCHELLE CHEENEE GUILJON
27150 VILLANUEVA, ROMEO JR OLAN
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:545 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27151 VILLANUEVA, ROXANNE DORADO
27152 VILLANUEVA, ROXANNE GARCIA
27153 VILLANUEVA, RUTHER LOCSING
27154 VILLANUEVA, SHAREEN MARIA MATTA
27155 VILLANUEVA, SHEILAMIE DALIDA
27156 VILLANUEVA, SHIELAH TAMAYOR
27157 VILLANUEVA, STEPHANIE LEGARDA
27158 VILLANUEVA, STEVE CYRIL RAMOS
27159 VILLANUEVA, TRISHA MARIEL MIGUEL
27160 VILLANUEVA, VIC NEIL GALUPO
27161 VILLANUEVA, VIVIAN VILLANUEVA
27162 VILLANUEVA, ZEAL MARIAN PADILLA
27163 VILLAOR, ROXANE GAHUM
27164 VILLAPANDO, CRISTINE CECILE MALABANAN
27165 VILLAPANDO, JONNEL MAMONONG
27166 VILLAPANDO, MARVIN JOSEPH CEPILLO
27167 VILLAPANDO, SHERMAINE CASTILLO
27168 VILLAPAÑA, ANA KATRINA ALPECHE
27169 VILLAPAÑA, RIZILLE ALCE
27170 VILLAR, DIANE CARIN BORJA
27171 VILLAR, FRENCH KAREN BANDAY
27172 VILLAR, HANNIE MARRERO
27173 VILLAR, JAN MICHAEL LAWAS
27174 VILLAR, JEANETTE MARTINEZ
27175 VILLAR, JONALYN MEDINA
27176 VILLAR, MARY CHRISTINE LINCUNA
27177 VILLAR, MONALIZA SUTERIO
27178 VILLAR, NICKIE NACIONALES
27179 VILLAR, NOELLE ANN JARMONILLA
27180 VILLAR, REA LYN MASILANG
27181 VILLAR, VINCE ADORIO
27182 VILLAR, VINCENT PAUL CASTILLO
27183 VILLARAIZ, STYX IKE ALBORES
27184 VILLARAM, DUTCHANY CABANGISAN
27185 VILLARAMA, CARLA TOSCA ERIKA MALINAO
27186 VILLARAMA, JESSICA MACATANGAY
27187 VILLARAN, MARK KING ALEJANDRO
27188 VILLARANTE, FRANCIS TOBIAS
27189 VILLARAZA, KISHA MARIE UBEDA
27190 VILLARAZA, STEVEN GAYOLES
27191 VILLARBA, VICTORIA CARIDAD DIAÑO
27192 VILLARCAMPO, ROSELYN JUMAWID
27193 VILLARDO, IRIS FAYE ARQUIZA
27194 VILLAREAL, JONALYN OQUENDO
27195 VILLAREAL, LANCELLOT BUENAVENTURA
27196 VILLAREAL, MARIE CHRIS ENOZA
27197 VILLAREAL, MARK BILLY DESCALLAR
27198 VILLAREAL, RAF RAYMUND FENIS
27199 VILLARENTE, RACHEL PAÑO
27200 VILLARETE, ACE CARLO PANTUA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:546 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27201 VILLARIASA, JOYCE ROJAS
27202 VILLARICA, JOAN NICOLE SUMANG
27203 VILLARICA, RICA PAOLA PANILAGAO
27204 VILLARICO, FATIMA DEUNA
27205 VILLARICO, JANICE GUZMAN
27206 VILLARICO, JOAN VIBARES
27207 VILLARICO, KATRINA VICTORINO
27208 VILLARICO, KRISTINE MARIE TANOPO
27209 VILLARICO, MARIANNE ELOISA TANOPO
27210 VILLARICO, VON PAULUS OMBAO
27211 VILLARIMO, MICHAELA ELORIAGA
27212 VILLARIN, CARMEL ANN CABELIN
27213 VILLARIN, ERWIN KATADA
27214 VILLARIN, GERALDINE ROSOS
27215 VILLARIN, GRACE LAO
27216 VILLARIN, JOHN KENNY BINONDO
27217 VILLARIN, MA SHERRY ROSE GUTIEREZ
27218 VILLARIN, REY JOSEPH BARICUATRO
27219 VILLARINO, ERSONN RAY SOBREJUANITE
27220 VILLARINO, OLIVE MAE ROBINSON
27221 VILLARINO, PRECIOUS LHYNE CASTRENCE
27222 VILLARINO, TEMIE PAUL BAGUIO
27223 VILLARMERO, THENIA CLARA AQUINO
27224 VILLARMINO, JOEL TATAD
27225 VILLAROJO, JANET JOY ABELLA
27226 VILLAROJO, JOHANNA SWING
27227 VILLAROMAN, JOJI ALEXANDRIA CORDERO
27228 VILLAROMAN, TRACY GEM SERRANO
27229 VILLAROSA, MENARD GAYANGOS
27230 VILLAROSA, REMELEEN ANCHETA
27231 VILLAROSA, RINA TORNO
27232 VILLAROSA, SHERRI ANN DAQUIPA
27233 VILLARREIZ, ESMERALDA DOMINGUEZ
27234 VILLARRUZ, VIVIEN NORTEZ
27235 VILLARUBIA, RHEA ELISA PILAPIL
27236 VILLARUEL, AILEEN VIERNES
27237 VILLARUEL, AIONEY RUMARATE
27238 VILLARUEL, ANGELA BACNAN
27239 VILLARUEL, CARENE GAMITIN
27240 VILLARUEL, CHRYSLENE RASALAN
27241 VILLARUEL, GEORGE EROS CASAL
27242 VILLARUEL, KARL SIMON DE VERA
27243 VILLARUEL, KENNETH LLOYD AQUINO
27244 VILLARUEL, MILES GLORY SWING
27245 VILLARUEL, PRINSES IRENE PAULINO
27246 VILLARUEL, SHERYL LEI SWING
27247 VILLAS, JOSEPH SARZA
27248 VILLAS, NIÑA CULALA
27249 VILLASEÑOR, APRYL VONN SARMIENTO
27250 VILLASEÑOR, MA YRIKA GONZALES
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:547 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27251 VILLASIN, MAY HERNANDEZ
27252 VILLASON, RUTH PADERES
27253 VILLASOR, JULIE ANGELIE SASTRILLO
27254 VILLASURDA, SHELA LEGASPI
27255 VILLAVELEZ, JERYLEN LIBRE
27256 VILLAVER, RAMONIQUE ZACHARY RAGANAS
27257 VILLAVERDE, ADRIEN BALDEO
27258 VILLAVERDE, JUAN PAULO FARIN
27259 VILLAVERDE, MA PRECIOSA UY
27260 VILLAVIRAY, ERICA LIMJOCO
27261 VILLEGAS, ANA CAMILLE PANGANIBAN
27262 VILLEGAS, ANDREW JAKE SISON
27263 VILLEGAS, APRIL DIANE DE CHAVEZ
27264 VILLEGAS, ARVIN SEVILLA
27265 VILLEGAS, CAMILLE JOY LUCERO
27266 VILLEGAS, ERVILL NAGAL
27267 VILLEGAS, GRENSZHA SUPLEO
27268 VILLEGAS, JAM CHRISTLINE BOAC
27269 VILLEGAS, JAYDIE LYN NAVARRO
27270 VILLEGAS, JOYCE ANN SACRAMENTO
27271 VILLEGAS, KATHYMHEL AMIGO
27272 VILLEGAS, MARIA CLARISSA CASTRO
27273 VILLEGAS, MARIA PAULA BAGGAYAN
27274 VILLEGAS, MARY KRIS VILLALOBOS
27275 VILLEGAS, MICHELLE CONCEPCION
27276 VILLEGAS, ROSARIO NAZARENO
27277 VILLEGAS, VIA LORYNE GELING
27278 VILLENA, ANN MIÑAO
27279 VILLENA, CARL KEELMER MACATANGAY
27280 VILLENA, LADY AIZA GLYN GARABATO
27281 VILLENA, MARIA CHARISSE CARMONA
27282 VILLENO, RAYCHEL ALFONSO
27283 VILLEZA, MA KRISTELLE ANN CAPUNO
27284 VILLOCILLO, MARJORIE JOS-AN GARCIA
27285 VILLON, CLERVY JOY REYES
27286 VILLONES, DALLA MEDIODIA
27287 VILLONES, JAMELA ANDICO
27288 VILLONES, JOSE ANTHONY MARTIJA
27289 VILLONES, TRINA MARIE SALVADOR
27290 VILLORENTE, HAROLD SOLIS
27291 VILLORENTE, PETER PAUL SIOJO
27292 VILLORENTE, ZARAH DANE PRADO
27293 VILLORIA, STEPHANIE LYN PUERTOLLANO
27294 VILLOTA, KARYLLE ANN ESCALANTE
27295 VILLOTA, ROSE ANN GALANG
27296 VILOG, APRIL JOANE ROSE RIVERA
27297 VILORIA, DIANNE VERNICE DOMINGO
27298 VILORIA, GENEVIEVE NAPOLES
27299 VILORIA, JOHN RAFAEL MAQUILING
27300 VILORIA, KAREN MYLS BIASCAN
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:548 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27301 VILORIA, KENNETH BLAINE DELOS SANTOS
27302 VILORIA, KRISMA MAYE BARBIETO
27303 VILORIA, LAILANI MARTINEZ
27304 VILORIA, MARIA ROWENA CONCEPCION
27305 VILORIA, MARVIC JANE AZUELO
27306 VILORIA, ROSS JOHNNESSY COMISO
27307 VILORIA, SHEENA KRISTENE CEREZO
27308 VINCO, MICHAEL FLORENTINO
27309 VINENSIG, JEFF DIEGO
27310 VINGNO, DYNA JADE ABELARDE
27311 VINLUAN, CLARK ANTHONY BALGUA
27312 VINLUAN, DIANA ROSE DECLINES
27313 VINLUAN, JENNY BAUTISTA
27314 VINLUAN, LENETH ROMBLON
27315 VINLUAN, MARIE GRACE DOMONDON
27316 VINLUAN, MARY GRACE NOTARTE
27317 VINLUAN, RACHEL KATHRINE CANIMO
27318 VINORAY, JENNIFER SALVADOR
27319 VINOYA, CASELYN VALLE
27320 VINUYA, ANA CRISTINA VILLAR
27321 VIOAG, CHONA PEREZ
27322 VIOLA, ANGIELO ARISTOZA
27323 VIOLA, ARCHIE SANTIAGO
27324 VIOLA, KING MILES SILVA
27325 VIOLA, VANESSA JOY LUMINGKIT
27326 VIOLAGO, KAREN ANNE FERMIN
27327 VIOLANDA, MARY ROSE LYN SALMORIN
27328 VIOLETA, PAUL ANDREW GABATA
27329 VIOLON, NEILLIE CAÑAS
27330 VIOS, CHILOU MARIE TANGCAY
27331 VIOS, VIRNI JANJAN ACLAO
27332 VIRADOR, IRISH ESTILLORE
27333 VIRATA, JENKY ALBARICO
27334 VIRAY, ANGELICA CHAN
27335 VIRAY, ARIANNE JAYNE DE QUINTOS
27336 VIRAY, CHARITY GRACE SANTIAGO
27337 VIRAY, FRANK JOSEPH RABAJA
27338 VIRAY, HERMIE-MYLENEDEE MOHAMMAD
27339 VIRAY, IZA RUZZELLE CAL-ORTIZ
27340 VIRAY, JELYN VANESSA SILLON
27341 VIRAY, KEZIA LYN LAMOSTE
27342 VIRAY, KRISTALENE ABELLA
27343 VIRAY, KRISTIAN DARRYLL GALANG
27344 VIRAY, LYNELLE GOPEZ
27345 VIRAY, MARIA ROMALYN CAMAYA
27346 VIRAY, MARION JOSEPH LOPEZ
27347 VIRAY, MICHAEL HERBIE ANGUE
27348 VIRAY, MICHELLE AGUILAR
27349 VIRAY, SHIERLEY BLANCO
27350 VIRGES, ANA MARGARITA FLORENTINO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JUNE 1 & 2, 2008 Page:549 of 557
Released on JULY 23, 2008
Seq. No. N a m e
27351 VIRGO, ANDREW GONZALES
27352 VIRTUCIO, ANNE HALEN CLAROS
27353 VIRTUCIO, BINKY TORRES
27354 VIRTUDAZO, MA FARA ROLIZA GULA
27355 VIRTUDES, MELANIE JOY LAFORTEZA
27356 VISAYA, MARY ANNE PURUGGANAN
27357 VISCAYA, SHEENA MARIE LAGRIMAS
27358 VISDA, CHRISTIAN JOHN CAMALIG
27359 VISDA, REGEL BACALSO
27360 VISITACION, BERNE ROMULO DELFIN
27361 VISITACION, JOANNE CARMIE OSMEÑA
27362 VISMONTE, EDELIZA IGNACIO
27363 VISPERAS, HANNIKA FEONA MARIE SANGALANG
27364 VISPERAS, MARY ROSE GASPAR
27365 VISTAL, CARLA BERNADETTE ALCANTARA
27366 VISTAL, JANE MARIE PASCUA
27367 VISTAR, CRISTIN MADERA
27368 VISTRO, RYAN KRISTOFFER BASANES
27369 VITA, MARK JOSEPH VILLANUEVA
27370 VITALES, SETH MEDALA
27371 VITALICIO, CARY MENDAROS
27372 VITAN, JESUS JR LIWANAG
27373 VITASA, MARY GRACE ORACION
27374 VITENTE, MARIA CARMENCITA ALUNAN
27375 VITERO, DIANNE STEPHANIE BENDAÑA
27376 VITO, DEBBIE MAE LUSABIA
27377 VITO, JAMAICA CAYABYAB
27378 VITUG, CARL JANN WILSON HOA
27379 VITUG, CIELO ANNE QUIMSON
27380 VITUG, EDWARD VINCENT HERNAL
27381 VITUG, JOHN MICHAEL DAVID
27382 VITUG, LAWRENCE CYRIL GAUDIEL
27383 VITUG, PETER JAMES BAYARON
27384 VITUG, RHENA GARCIA
27385 VITUG, ROSENA TERCIANO
27386 VIVAR, APRIL ROSE FELIPE
27387 VIVAS, PRETCHIE MIE POCDOL
27388 VIVERO, MA LORETA BODIOS
27389 VIZCARRA, JESLI RAYMUNDO
27390 VIZCONDE, ELAINE MENDOZA
27391 VIZCONDE, JESUS JR LEÑIDA
27392 VIZMONTE, ROXANNE APRIL PASION
27393 VIÑA, JOYCE MARIE PINEDA
27394 VIÑALON, JOSEPHUS AMADEO
27395 VIÑALON, REINA OLARAN
27396 VIÑAS, CAROLYN TRINIDAD
27397 VOLANTE, MARIE ANTONETTE GALLARDO
27398 VON MUHLFELD, MARIA ANDREA MONIQUE NIETO





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