Download internal medicine correlations & clinical scenarios for useless step 3 by Conrad Fischer PDF
Download internal medicine correlations & clinical scenarios for useless step 3 by Conrad Fischer Look for the precise sequence through time to manage the computer-based case simulation (CCS) portion of the exam. That is the primary purpose of Correlations and Clinical Scenarios: Internal Medicine. You will find direction on exactly how long to move the clock forward in time and the precise sequence of which text or treatment should be done first 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.
If you have never seen a particular case or you are a physician in a specialty other than internal medicine, this book is especially for you.
It never has statements about “using your judgment” because you basically do not have any in these areas. If you want a cookbook that says, “Do this, do that, do this”, then you have the right book in your hands. All initial case presentations and their continuing scenarios appear in yellow boxes.
Download internal medicine correlations & clinical scenarios for useless step 3 by Conrad Fischer This book will prepare you for the multiple choice questions that comprise the majority of the exam as well as the computer-based case simulations and the new basic science foundations that have just been added to the exam.
USMLE Step 3 or COMLEX Part 3 is the last phase in getting your license. Most of you are in
residency and have no time to study. It’s totally uncool that they changed the exam just before YOU are about to take it! I am 100% sure it was not meant personally to torture you alone.
Here is how to best use this book:
First read the disease or subspecialty in any standard text book. I personally suggest either my own Master the Boards Step 3, or Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment.
The cases in this book are meant to further interrogate your understanding of the subject. There are hundreds of new multiple choice questions that are not in anyone’s Q bank.
Every single case has numerous basic science foundations (which appear in blue boxes) added to it so you will have a solid understanding of it simply by following along in the case. You do not have to search through any of your old step 1 books or basic science texts. If I thought a basic science correlate was important, I have put it in. If I did not think it was important I left it out.
Finally, I always wanted to write something specifically for CCS. This is it. Because new test
changes are frightening and the basic science questions are new for step 3, I decided to make one book to cover both things. Bon appetite!
Download internal medicine correlations & clinical scenarios for useless step 3 by Conrad Fischer