In this HY podcast, I discuss salient means for differentiating poisonings from carbon monoxide, cyanide, and methemoglobin. I spend time discussing physiology that should help you navigate these questions with ease on exams. I conclude with a life lesson relevant to most medical students/trainees.
Pulm and it’s associated pathophysiology represents some of the most difficult material students have to learn in medical school. This podcast uses clinical vignettes and clear explanations to help you understand difficult concepts that people typically have issues with as they prepare for the USMLE exams. I plan to make more in the near future.
One area of emphasis on more recent USMLE exams are anesthesia/perioperative related complications. This short podcast goes over a lot of the HY ones you need to know and understand as you prepare for the USMLE Step 2CK and Step 3 exams. Do not ignore this stuff.
In this short, but ultra HY podcast, I discuss pretty much everything you need to know about IBD (UC and Crohns) for all the USMLE exams.
In this ultra HY podcast, we discuss smoking and the many different ways it could be tested on all the USMLE exams. Listen to this before you take your test!
GI Bleeds show up on essentially all the USMLE Step 2CK/3 exams. In this short podcast, I discuss an accurate approach to correctly answering these questions on the exam.
Thyroid cancer is a topic that shows up commonly on the USMLE exams. This short podcast addresses essentially all you need to know while integrating a few other HY disciplines.
Headaches are very routinely tested on the USMLE exams. This short podcast addresses pretty much everything you need to know about them. For those taking Step 2CK/3 or COMLEX Level 2/3 within the next 3-4 weeks, email me via the website if you’re interested in the course taking place next week.
Secondary hypertension is tested on essentially every USMLE exam in some way, shape, or form. The NBMEs love to integrate the topic with many other disciplines. If you struggle with this specific topic, this podcast is exactly what you need. I present numerous vignettes, integrations, and physiology/pathology tie-ins to help you make sense and simplicity of a nebulous topic.
Pulmonary HTN is a topic that is tested in so many different unique ways on the USMLE exams. This podcast addresses the topic from an “exam like” perspective, explains mechanisms, and integrates with other disciplines.