First Aid for the Medicine Clerkship, Third Edition by Matthew S. Kaufman

By Matthew S. Kaufman

The inner drugs clerkship survival consultant, from the publishers of First relief for the USMLE Step 1

Written by way of scholars who excelled on their clerkship

First reduction for the medication Clerkship is a high-yield assessment of the clerkship's center knowledge awarded within the relied on First reduction layout. you will discover 1000's of recently-tested issues from shelf assessments and the USMLE Step 2 CK besides mnemonics, commonplace situation packing containers, insider guidance, margin notes to augment examination and wards functionality, a "classifieds" part with scholarship and award possibilities, and NEW mini-cases.

Features

  • High-yield but complete evaluation of the main crucial issues focuses research.
  • NEW: built-in mini-cases upload medical relevance and get ready scholars for questions they are going to see at the examination
  • Exam assistance and wards assistance assist you shine at the shelf examination and galvanize attendings
  • Written by way of scholars who aced the clerkship and according to the clerkship's center expertise
  • Edited and reviewed by way of inner drugs school
  • High-yield assessment of the clerkship's middle abilities within the relied-upon First relief sequence format

The content material you want to excel at the clerkship:
part I: the best way to reach the drugs Clerkship; part II: Database of High-Yield proof: Cardiology, Endocrinology, Hematology-Oncology, Infectious disorder, Nephrology and Acid-Base problems, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, Neurology, Dermatology, healthiness upkeep and Evidence-Based drugs, part III: categorised, Index

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Tests done] showed [results]. Yesterday, the patient [state important changes, new plan, new tests, new medications]. This morning the patient feels [state the patient’s words], and the physical exam is significant for [state major findings]. Plan is [state plan]. The newly admitted patient generally deserves a longer presentation following the complete history and physical format. Some patients have extensive histories. The whole history should be present in the admission note, but in ward presentation, it is often too much to absorb.

Never steal the spotlight, steal a procedure, or make a fellow medical student look bad. Making other people look good always helps you, too. Be Honest If you don’t understand, don’t know, or didn’t do it, make sure you always say that. Never say or document information that is false (a common example: “bowel sounds normal” when you did not listen). This can get you into serious trouble. Keep Patient Information Handy Use a clipboard, notebook, or index cards to keep patient information, including a miniature history and physical, and lab and test results, at hand.

Never say or document information that is false (a common example: “bowel sounds normal” when you did not listen). This can get you into serious trouble. Keep Patient Information Handy Use a clipboard, notebook, or index cards to keep patient information, including a miniature history and physical, and lab and test results, at hand. The first day of the rotation, learn the computer system so that you can get lab and test results on your own. Know all of these results before your resident does; don’t ask him or her what a test showed, tell them!

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