Rank #1: PA Boards 61: Murmurs - a quick pearl!
Physicianassistantboards.com/app - I'll be giving out a couple pearls on differentiating murmurs. Also, check out the website because I'm building a review app for you! It will be available on iOS and google play. Go to the above page and enter your email - I plan on giving away a few apps :)
Jul 02 2015
Rank #2: PA Boards 33: Cardiology Review Questions
PhysicianAssitantBoards.com - Today were going to do things a little bit differently. Were going to go over some caridology Q&A. Because I am writing a PANCE review book, I thought I'd share a sampling of the review questions that I have included in there for you. I would love to send a copy of the first chapter to those who are interested. If you are, shoot me an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org or go over on the website and send me a message through the contact form. The only requirement that I have is that you send me an email back with some feedback; what you liked or didn't liked about the chapter. Thanks!
May 15 2014
Rank #4: PA Boards 119: Systolic Murmurs with Audio Clips
Today we'll be covering the systolic murmurs - high yield facts along with audio clips so you can commit these to memory :) The murmurs discussed include: aortic stenosis, pulmonic stenosis, mitral regurgitation, mitral valve prolapse, and tricuspid regurgitation.
Feb 18 2017
Rank #6: PA Boards 71: Vertigo Made Simple
Physicianassistantboards.com/audio - Announcement: I uploaded the GI portion of the new audio review course to the website for FREE download. Simply go to physicianasssitantboards.com/audio and hit the free download. You'll have instant access to 53 minutes of focused gastroenterology review for FREE :)
On todays episode we answer a listeners question regarding vertigo. He wants to know when an MRI is indicated in the evaluation of vertigo. So, we decipher peripherl vs central causes and we discuss when an MRI is indicated.
Sep 15 2015
Rank #7: Sepsis Explained & Made Easy
Today, we'll be simplifying sepsis. Specifically, we'll be covering: 1. Infection vs bactermia vs sepsis vs septic shock vs MODS 2. The patient presentation 3. How to perform the HPI 4. What labs need to be ordered? 5. Treatment options 6. When to start pressors 7. Monitoring treatment response
We're covering exactly what you need to know to understand this complicated topic. Any questions? Leave a comment or email email@example.com
Aug 28 2017
Rank #8: PA Boards 100: Migraine Pharmacology
Today we're going to discuss abortive and prophylactic therapies for migraine. We'll go into the pharmacology to help you create a game plan for your patients. Enjoy :)
Oct 28 2016
Rank #9: PA Boards 106: Clinical Pearls for Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
Today, we'll discuss signs, symptoms, complications, diagnosis, and treatment options for both chlamydia and gonorrhea. This is a clinical talk - meaning we'll go over real world scenarios (a little different when compared to board review).
Dec 21 2016
Rank #10: PA Boards 82: Migraine Headache
Today we're going to be talking migraine headaches from a clinical standpoint. I'm going to present the many presentations you can expect to encounter when dealing with a migraine. This lecture is pulled straight from PA Boards Elite - which is our new membership site. Here I'll teach you how to approach patients CLINICALLY - so you feel comfortable seeing patients on your own. You can learn more at physicianassistantboards.com/elite
Feb 23 2016
Rank #11: UTI: Acute Cystitis vs. Pyelonephritis
Pyelonephritis doesn't always present text book and cystitis doesn't always require a dipstick. Uncomplicated pyelonephritis can be treated out patient - today we're going to show you how! We'll also teach you how to identify those high risk patients who should definitely be admitted. Here's what you need to know about the UTI. Enjoy!
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Oct 16 2017
Rank #12: PA Boards 03: CHF
Here we dive into all the details you need to know about CHF
Nov 05 2013
Rank #13: PA Boards 65: Demystifying Acid Base Disorders
Aug 01 2015
Rank #14: PA Boards 81: Updated DM Clinical Guidelines
An updated algorithm for type 2 diabetes management from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) has been recently released. It includes new sections on lifestyle therapy, guiding principles, and incorporates all medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration through December 2015 for managing hyperglycemia, weight, blood pressure, and dyslipidemia.
See the show notes and the specific algorithms here.
Jan 22 2016
Rank #15: Hypoythroid - a clinical review (part 1)
Today we're going to go in depth for all you practicing clinicians with hypothyroidism. Were talking prevalence, etiology, pathophysiology, the different subtypes, symptoms, screening, and diagnosis. Part 2 of this lecture will focus on the management. Enjoy!
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May 02 2017
Rank #16: PA Boards 14: Antibiotics
Quick pharmacology review of antibiotics. Know your contraindications!
Dec 26 2013
Rank #17: PA Boards 85: CHF Mortality Reduction: Novel Medications
May 24 2016
Rank #18: Acute Bronchitis (clinical practice + board review)
We are going to cover acute bronchitis in it's entirety: definition, etiology, signs, symptoms, differential diagnosis, imaging, labs, and treatment!
Wonder if we should do a chest xray and/or get a procalcitonin level? We discuss that. We'll also discuss when to give antibiotics (controversial topic).
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Apr 18 2017
Rank #19: PA Boards 98: Candida Vulvovaginitis
Well discuss the pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, diagnoses, and treatment.
How to approach your pregnant patient. What do you do with resistant candidiasis?
Clinically focused relevant review for those in family practice and OBGYN.
Oct 09 2016
Rank #20: PA Boards 30: Rheumatoid Arthritis
PhysicianAssistantBoards.com - Rheumatoid Arthritis is extremely common. I have encountered this many times, and this can be a very debilitating disease. As you know, the boards like to test common things, so make sure you know this information!
Apr 24 2014