In this short podcast, I review essentially everything testable on any of the USMLE exams relating to HIV (Step 1-3). I would know this podcast really well as essentially most of this gets tested in 1 way or the other on exams. Also remember that S. Pneumo is the MCC of pneumonia in HIV patients (especially with lobar infiltrates). Only choose PCP if interstitial infiltrates are mentioned (and don’t forget to give steroids if A-a gradient > 35 or PaO2 < 70). There are no attached slides.
In this short informational episode, I discuss a 1 day course I’ll be conducting at the end of the month that many have requested regarding Step 2CK. It should easily be one of the highest yield things you’d do prior to your exam.
In this HY episode, I detail how to admit new patients to most ward rotations very efficiently. I did most of what I recommend here during my med school years/intern year and was able to do most new admissions in about 30 mins-1 hr. There are no attached slides.
In this HY podcast, I continue the CLEAN-SP curriculum that focuses solely on the new changes coming to the USMLE this month and next month. I spend time discussing medication and transition of care errors. I closely follow the USMLE content outline put out by the NBME. There are no attached slides.
Shock is an ultra HY topic for all the USMLE exams. This podcast gives you everything you need to know to answer those questions. There are no attached slides.
In this HY podcast, I review all you need to know about the vasculitides as tested on the USMLE exams. You’ll definitely see some of these on the test you write (Step 1, 2CK, 3). I go into tons of pathophysiology so you’re not just blindly memorizing associations. I however discuss the classic presentations (NBME vocab) you’re likely to see. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue the military series for the USMLE exams (Step 1, 2CK, and Step 3). In this podcast, I focus specifically on infectious disease and vaccine consideration for deploying/returning servicemen and women. I strongly encourage listening to both parts of the series prior to taking any of the USMLE exams. This is straight from the USMLE content outline. There are no attached slides.