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Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition

Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition PDF

The primary purpose of Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition book is to coach you in the precise sequence through time to manage the computerized case simulation (CCS) portion of the step 3 exam, specifically for questions pertaining to the specialty of Pediatrics. Students will find directions on moving the clock forward in time and the specific sequence in which each test or treatment should be done in managing a patient. This will cover the order in which to give treatments, order tests, and how to respond to test results.
All CCS-related instructions appear in RED TYPE.

Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition book will prepare students for multiple-choice questions, which comprise the majority of the exam, as well as the computerized clinical case simulations and the new basic science foundations that have just been added to the exam.

Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition
Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition

How to read Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition ?

First read about the disease or subspecialty in any standard text book. We personally suggest either Master the Boards Step 3 book (Conrad Fischer) or the Current Medical Diagnosis and
Treatment book.

The cases in Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition book are meant to enhance students understanding of the subject. All initial case presentations and their continuing scenarios appear in yellow boxes. There are also hundreds of new multiple-choice questions that are not in anyone’s Q bank.

Every single case has related basic science foundations (which appear in blue boxes), so usmle students will get a solid grasp of these simply by following along in the case also students do not have to consult any of your old step 1 books or basic science texts. The basic science correlates should be painless. Students need not search for extra information. Just learn what author have selected in these chapters. Author has written something specifically for CCS. Because new test changes are frightening and the basic science questions are new for step 3, we made one book to cover both the simulations and the basic science.

Pediatrics Correlations and Clinical Scenarios 1st Edition content

Chapter 1. Newborn Management
Case 1: Heathy Newborn
Case 2: Neonatal Jaundice
Case 3: Neonatal Hypoglycemia
Case 4: Respiratory Distress in the Newborn
Case 5: Hyaline Membrane Disease
Case 6: Necrotizing Enterocolitis
Case 7: Congenital Malformation
Case 8: Birth Injuries
Case 9: Sepsis
Chapter 2. Genetics
Case 1: Abnormal Number of Chromosomes
Chapter 3. Growth and Development
Case 1: Milestones
Case 2: Immunizations
Case 3: Enuresis
Case 4: Encopresis
Case 5: Autism
Chapter 4. Respiratory Diseases
Case 1: Bronchiolitis
Case 2: Acute Asthma Exacerbation
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Case 3: Asthma
Case 4: Pneumonia
Case 5: Foreign Body Aspiration
Case 6: Cystic Fibrosis
Chapter 5. Ear, Nose, and Throat
Case 1: Otitis Media
Case 2: Otitis Externa
Case 3: Malignant Otitis Externa
Case 4: Strep Throat
Case 5: Peritonsilar Abscess
Case 6: Retinoblastoma
Chapter 6. Endocrinology
Case 1: Hypothyroid
Case 2: Diabetes
Chapter 7. Poisoning
Case 1: Acetaminophen
Chapter 8. Orthopedics
Case 1: A Loud Clunk
Case 2: Can’t Run or Climb a Tree But Can See and Pee
Case 3: My Leg Hurts
Case 4: My Knee Hurts
Case 5: Another Broken Bone?
Case 6: Sunburst or Onions
Chapter 9. Gastrointestinal
Case 1: Pink Baby Sometimes
Case 2: My Baby Dislikes Milk
Case 3: My Baby Vomits
Case 4: My Child Vomits All the Time
Case 5: Cystic Fibrosis
Case 6: My Baby Doesn’t Poop
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Case 7: Bloody Diarrhea
Case 8: Currant Jelly Again
Case 9: My Kid Has a Rash on His Bottom
Chapter 10. Cardiology
Case 1: Machines and Much More
Case 2: Tetralogy of What?
Case 3: Who is Ebstein?
Case 4: Transposition
Case 5: Single Truncus
Case 6: Coarctation
Case 7: Acute Rheumatic Fever
Chapter 11. Infectious Disease
Case 1: Red Eyes
Case 2: Baby is Kind of Floppy
Case 3: Bad Kitty
Case 4: Spots
Case 5: Three-Day Measles
Case 6: Fever First, Rash Later
Case 7: Mumps
Case 8: Fifths, Not Sixths
Case 9: Scarlet Fever
Case 10: Whoop, There It Is
Case 11: Steeples and Coughs
Case 12: Drool Everywhere

 

 

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