In this super HY podcast, I discuss the commonly tested topic of vaccines (and their schedules). This stuff shows up a lot on the USMLEs (1-3), Family Med, Peds, OBGYN, and IM Shelf exams. I take a somewhat different approach to make it super easy to learn. First, I discuss lots of common exam scenarios so you’re not just memorizing information. Second, I give a bunch of rules that makes the information extremely digestible; and third, I describe vaccines for a few “special NBME populations”. Trust me, this podcast will make the vaccine schedules a lot more palatable to learn. There are no attached slides.
In this short but HY podcast, I describe the mechanisms and classic pathologies tested on the USMLE exams in the context of iron labs. If you digest the material from this podcast, you’ll essentially never have to memorize how labs change in many of the anemias. They’ll just intuitively make perfect sense. I also clear up a lot of confusing concepts for students. Definitely HY for Step 1-3. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I spend some time reviewing the HY chromosomes (from 1-22) and the classically tested factoids relating to their genetic diseases. I discuss the clinical/NBME presentations of these diseases. I also give some advice to M3s at the tail end of the podcast and a list of the chromosomes (quick drive by) that are necessary to know by exam (Step 1, Step 2CK). There are no attached slides.
In this short and sweet podcast, I review about 50 clinical vignettes that detail common NBME exam pathologies and findings that are tested in newborns. Every single thing in this podcast is HY and has attracted NBME attention in recent times. Pls commit this to memory prior to your peds shelf and 2CK. There ARE attached slides.
In this episode, I perform a very high level review of the vast majority of the genetic diseases tested on the USMLE exams. For those taking 2CK, I would strongly recommend not neglecting this podcast. The same recommendation goes to the folks taking Step 1. At the 32 minute mark, I take a small “podcast break” to give my thoughts on how the NBME appears to be approaching the new Step 2CK questions which tends to offer people a lot of stress and anxiety. You will be doing yourself a huge disservice not learning the bulk of this podcast. If you master this, genetic diseases should be a non-issue going forward. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2CK exam with a focus on Peds. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series for the Step 2CK exam with a focus on IM/Peds. There’s also a tinge of neuro and surgery discussed. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2CK with a discussion of HY material relating to IM/Peds. I spend quite a bit of time talking about cardiac pathologies. There are no slides attached.
Today’s podcast is a very high level review of antibiotics as classically tested on USMLE/Shelf exams. Basically, this podcast tells you what to do when presented with a particular bug scenario. Slides attached.
Divine Intervention Episode 41 USMLE Antibiotic Guide
In this podcast, I cover the great majority of the ophthalmology that would classically be tested on a medicine shelf, peds shelf, surgery shelf, Step 1/2CK/3, and the M3 neurology shelf with the most benefit being for the medicine shelf/Step 2CK/3. For those studying for the medicine shelf, consider this as an addition to the medicine reviews (ophthalmology was the significant thing lacking in those comprehensive recordings). This material will almost certainly be tested in some way on a medicine/surgery shelf. You definitely don’t want to blow this off. You will pay dearly. Slides attached.
Divine Intervention Episode 36 USMLE Ophthalmology