Crush Step 2: The Ultimate USMLE Step 2 Review, 3rd Edition by A.Brochert MD

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In case you be aware of all the suggestions during this publication, you have to do far better than move USMLET Step 2: you have to overwhelm STEP 2! Bestselling writer Adam Brochert, MD, who scored within the 99th percentile in Steps 1 and a couple of of the USMLE, provide you with high-yield insurance of all the forte and subspecialty wisdom demonstrated at the latest administrations of the USMLET Step 2 examination. A well-written, simply obtainable method, with lots of important lists and tables, makes learning effortless. you will additionally locate various suggestions, insights, and tips on maximizing your rating and on getting the main make the most of computer-based simulations.Features tremendous high-yield assurance, allowing you to target crucial details and grasp it efficiently.Uses a well-written, simply obtainable procedure, with lots of valuable lists and tables, to make learning as effortless as possible.Offers plentiful assistance, insights, and information on maximizing your ranking and on getting the main reap the benefits of computer-based simulations.Includes insurance of epidemiology and biostatistics, pharmacology and microbiology, cardiac body structure, and simple EKG pathology, in addition to universal and life-threatening ailments encountered within the subspecialties (orthopedics, urology, ophthalmology, neurosurgery, baby psychiatry, vascular surgical procedure, etc.)-knowledge that can raise your ranking substantially.Reflects all the forte and subspecialty wisdom verified at the newest administrations of the Step 2 examination, so that you should be yes you are learning the cloth you actually need to understand.

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Following a myocardial infarction). Cholesterol Measure a fasting lipoprotein profile (total cholesterol, low‐density lipoprotein [LDL] cholesterol, high‐density lipoprotein [HDL] cholesterol, and triglycerides) every 5 years (unless abnormal) starting at age 20 years. Consider earlier and more aggressive screening for a strong family history and/or obesity. Note Lipoprotein analysis involves measuring total cholesterol, HDL, and triglycerides. LDL can then be calculated from the formula LDL = total cholesterol − HDL − (triglycerides/5).

Some information from Step 1 is still relevant and high yield for Step 2. Epidemiology and biostatistics, pharmacology, and microbiology are all tested with a slightly more clinical slant. Cardiac physiology and pathophysiology and behavioral science are also retested and are high yield. Overall, though, Step 2 has a different focus, and that focus is clinical. If a patient presented with chest pain, what would you do? What kinds of questions would you ask him or her? Which tests would you order?

Which tests would you order? How would you select medications or treatments? Here are five general tips to keep you focused while studying for and taking the test: • Always get more history when it is an option, unless the patient is unstable and you think immediate action is needed. , at what numbers do you treat hypertension, diabetes, and hypercholesterolemia; below what CD4 count should you institute chemoprophylaxis in HIV patients). • A presentation might be normal, especially in psychiatry and pediatrics, and require no treatment!

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