This podcast is a continuation of Episode 221 (Part 1). In this podcast, I discuss a host of super HY trauma/ortho scenarios that classically pop up on USMLE exams. One big focus in this one are scenarios that are unusual but have a basis in sound pathophysiology. The NBME routinely exploits these for their benefit with head scratching questions. I spend a lot of time explaining mechanistic reasoning so it’s easy to remember. There are no attached slides.
In this extremely high yield podcast, I go into a thorough discussion of the coronavirus/COVID-19 in the context of NBME exams. I spend a lot of time explaining pathophysiology and making tons of integrations with immunology, cardio, pulm, micro, etc. This should essentially help you answer any USMLE Q you see and also help you understand a lot about what is going on with the pandemic in our world.
In this ultra HY podcast, I continue our comprehensive GI review series for all the USMLE exams. There are no attached slides.
In this HY episode, I continue the GI series that was begun in episode 293. As always, there’s lots of relevant integrations and pathophysiology is explained thoroughly.
In this ultra HY episode, I begin a separate review of gastroenterology with a discussion of lots of associated anatomy, embryology, and physiology. I do a lot of explaining so you’re not just memorizing random facts. I also make tons of integrations across multiple disciplines. To sign up for the 40 hr Step 1 course or the 16.5 hr 2CK Course/NBME test taking strategies course, shoot me an email through the website.
In this short but HY podcast, I discuss the most common NBME scenarios that relate to post exposure prophylaxis for a host of infectious diseases. There are no attached slides.
In this super HY podcast, I discuss extremely important, super commonly tested scenarios that show up on the NBMEs. For the shelf exams mentioned above, expect 5-10 questions from this single podcast and a slightly higher number on 2CK/Step 3. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I cover the hematology that is classically tested on the surgery shelf exam. For those taking the shelf exam, don’t sleep on this. About 5-10% of the surgery shelf exam questions center around blood disorders. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series although this podcast is on the more lengthy end of the spectrum (50 mins). It is a decently comprehensive drive-bye of the vast majority of the GI complaints you’ll see tested on an NBME surgery exam. I essentially discuss the major pathologies of every key organ below the diaphragm extending all the way to the pelvis. This would also be useful for a student preparing for a SPEX exam during a surgery rotation. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2CK exam with a focus on HY surgery concepts/vignettes (especially from a vascular perspective). There are no attached slides.