In this super HY podcast, I address a large number of the adverse drug reactions you would likely encounter on the USMLE Step 2CK/3 exams. Listen to these before you take any of these tests!
In this short podcast, I conclude our renal pharmacology review for the USMLE Step 1 Exam. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I continue our review of renal pharmacology. I discuss mechanisms and HY integrations with many of the diuretics. There’ll be one more short podcast to complete the series. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our review relating to renal pharm. In this podcast, I pursue a lot of integration with other disciplines. There’s a good # of USMLE questions you’d get right from this one podcast. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I begin a discussion of renal pharmacology as pertinent to the USMLE Step 1 Exam. I integrate my discussion with multiple disciplines. Note that there is also a detailed, comprehensive renal review series for Step 1 (Episodes 52-54). For this podcast, there are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue the clutch series related to pharmacology. Unfortunately, I will need a round 3 to complete the circle as pharmacology is quite vast. Again, this is easily one of those podcasts that will lead to getting 10-20 questions correctly on ANY USMLE exam. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I essentially walk through tons of drugs and the classic means by which they are tested on NBME exams. There will very likely be another iteration of this in the near future. Easily one of those podcasts that nets you 10-15 questions correct on any USMLE exam (Step 1-3). There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I conclude our discussion from Episode 72 by touching on diabetes and growth hormone/adrenal pharmacology and physiology. There are no attached slides.
A good discussion of endocrine pharmacology is almost impossible without a discussion of endocrine physiology. In this podcast, I discuss endocrine pharmacology but the great majority of the time is spent discussing Ca, thyroid, and insulin physiology. There are also some quality biochemistry and pathology tie-ins. For Ca physiology, I spend a lot of time discussing classic exam scenarios and associated physiologic parameter changes. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I conclude our discussion of oncology pharm by highlighting a wide variety of HY drugs that are classically tested on exams. There’s a lot of HY cell biology in this podcast so I will encourage you to listen to this podcast even if you feel comfortable with these drugs. There are no attached slides.