All the vitamins, the sign and symptoms of having too much of 'em or too little of 'em.
What does hypokalemia do to you? What does hyperkalemia do? What do you do to correct it? What other considerations do you have to think of?
What are signs of hypocalcemia? What about hypercalcemia? And the lesser players, Mag and Phos? What do you think of them?
Hyponatremia and Hypernatriemia. Remember to check volume status. Think about the hormones that affect total body water and Na, specifically.
A short one about Respiratory and Metabolic derangements in acid-base balance.
This one talks about all the risks of smokin' and drinkin'. Cancers, lung diseases...etc.
This is a rapid review of what was in the last podcast, in a different format. Thanks to Adam Brochert, MD, for his book "Secrets of USMLE Step II."
Hyperlipidemia is sort of memory-heavy. Organizing the risk factors, Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) Equivalents, and stratifying them against LDL levels is the key for me. That and the rule of thirty. Listen and you'll see what I mean. There's an error on the audio too. Total Cholesterol = HDL + LDL +
I just made this one. Of course that time reference means nothing to you. Diabetes Mellitus Types one and two are reviewed here, including complications and treatments. This is a most important review here.
Starts with cranial nerve palsies. I got to the Abducens nerve, then I got a phone call, and then I stopped.
mcmumbi's podcastNot too bad. Medical information for the medical student preparing for Step 1.
Reviewed on 11/19/2006
usmle prepfantatsic usmle prep for on the go!!!
Reviewed on 06/28/2007
Great for Canadians tooListening to these while driving around or going running made a big difference for my LMCC part 1 exam (I even passed).
Reviewed on 06/30/2010