The student tested-and-reviewed way to prep for the Emergency Medicine shelf exam and the USMLE Step 2 CK "...a thorough, detailed book perfect for a student intent on efficiently reviewing both for the wards and USMLE Step 2." -- Dip Jadav, Medical Student, Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine "This is an excellent question book to review Emergency Medicine. The concepts tested in this book are exactly what third and fourth year medical students need to know for both Step 2 and the shelf exam."--Ilana Harwayne-Gidansky, Medical Student, SUNY Downstate "The format of the book is great, the questions are great, and all of the questions and topics are perfect not only to test your knowledge, but also to enhance/augment what you already previously knew. If you know and/or learn all of the topics in this book, I would be VERY confident that any medical student would do very well on their shelf exam." --Mary Bonar, Resident, Penn State University Emergency Medicine: PreTest Self-Assessment & Review is the perfect way to assess your knowledge of Emergency Medicine for the USMLE Step 2 CK and shelf exams.
You'll find 500 USMLE-style questions and answers that address the clerkship's core competencies along with detailed explanations of both correct and incorrect answers. All questions have been reviewed by students who recently passed the boards and completed their clerkship to ensure they match the style and difficulty level of the exam. 500 USMLE-style questions and answers Detailed explanations for right and wrong answers Targets what you really need to know for exam success Student tested and reviewed NEW chapters on Pediatrics and Orthopedics Emergency Medicine: PreTest Self-Assessment & Review is the closest you can get to seeing the test before you take it. Great for clerkship and the USMLE Step 2 CK! Emergency Medicine: PreTest asks the right questions so you'll know the right answers. Open it and start learning what's on the test.
Table of Contents
Introduction Acknowledgment 1. Chest Pain and Cardiac Dysrhythmias 2. Shortness of Breath 3. Abdominal and Pelvic Pain 4. Trauma 5. Fever 6. Shock and Resuscitation 7. Poisioning and Overdose 8.Altered Mental Status 9. Gastrointestinal Bleeding 10. Musculoskeletal Injuries 11. Headache 12. Weakness and Dissiness 13. Pediatrics 14. Vaginal Bleeding 15. Environmental Exposures 16. Eye Pain adn Visual Change 17. Wound Care 18. Endocrine Emergencies 19. Psychosocial Disorders Bibliography Index
Adam J. Rosh, MD, MS is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine and Assistant Residency Director at the Detroit Receiving Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.