In this short podcast, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2/3 exams with a discussion of HY genetic defects and joint pathologies that often show up on these tests.
In this podcast, I continue our pulm review with a detailed discussion of ventilation and perfusion related ideas.
In this podcast, we continue our discussion on pulmonology. As a pro-tip, the stuff covered here is floridly HY for all the USMLE exams (and the peds shelf). Make sure you understand the physiology discussed in this podcast.
In this short podcast, I continue our rapid review series for Step 2/3 with a discussion of some HY hematological and renal concepts that commonly trip people up on exams.
In this super HY podcast, I delve deep into the physiology of hypoxemia and pay special attention to helping you understand the A-a gradient. I end with a life lesson on the importance of critical thinking.
In this podcast, I continue our pulmonary pathophysiology series with a discussion of some ideas relating to ventilation and perfusion. Make sure you understand these as they are very frequently tested on the USMLE exams.
In this podcast, I continue our series on pulmonary pathophysiology with a discussion on pulmonary vascular resistance and its physiologic/pathophysiologic integrations.
In this podcast, I begin a new series that should help with doing well in an ICU setting. The ultimate goal is to have a curriculum that would help with addressing most commonly encountered issues (with residency and medical student ICU rotations). This podcast lays a foundation for all the future podcasts I’ll be making in this space and discusses key skills and mindsets you need ahead of you beginning an ICU rotation.
In this short podcast, I continue the rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2/3 exams by discussing a host of embryological, brain, liver, and renal pathologies.
In this podcast, I address 18 common errors that should be avoided in writing personal statements. Please note, all of these ideas are my opinions only and should not be taken as fact.