In this super HY podcast, I discuss a host of commonly tested adverse drug reactions around the blood elements (RBCs, WBCs, platelets). These things show up on almost every USMLE exam. It is a continuation of Episode 387 on the website. If you’re interested in helping with the transcription of my Step 1 podcasts, reach out to Lukasz Adamczyk at email@example.com. Have a happy new year and a prosperous 2023!
In this short podcast, I make a concerted effort to discuss lots of commonly tested drugs and associated pathology, pathophysiology, and necessary integrations in a short time frame. This should easily net you some nice points on test day.
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.
In this short podcast, I address some classic pharmacology scenarios that people routinely struggle with on USMLE exams. I take the time to carefully explain the underlying pathophysiology where appropriate so you’re not stuck memorizing mindless details.
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.