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Best Pance podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Pance podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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This is the PAINE Podcast. A podcast for physician assistants to prepare for passing the PANCE/PANRE, as well as staying up to date on clinical literature. Every month I breakdown a topic on the NCCPA blueprint and tell you what you need to know when studying for your boards. I also tackle the current literature that may be practice changing, as well as other emerging medical practice topics.
 
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Neuro-Ophthalmologic Disorders Nystagmus An involuntary rhythmic eye movement Patient is usually unaware that it’s happening, but may have blurred vision Causes Congenital neurological problem Trauma Stroke Multiple Sclerosis Inner ear inflammation Alcohol Sudden head movements Looking out a train window etc Clinical Presentation Dizziness/Vertigo …
 
As we are rounding off Women’s Health month on the podcast, I thought I would tackle a condition that everyone knows a little about, but might not know a lot about….and that is PCOS. We will cover the definition, pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, diagnostic criteria, and management of a potentially life altering disease for some.…
 
Blepharitis An infection of the eyelid Acute blepharitis is most commonly caused by Staph May be viral Seborrheic dermatitis or acne rosacea can also cause blepharitis Clinical Presentation Eyelid Loss of eyelashes Red Itchy Burning Scaly Swollen Labs and Studies Slit lamp Treatment Seborrheic dermatitis Clean off scales from Warm wet washcloth wit…
 
A 43 year old male presents to the emergency department with right wrist pain after falling on his outstretched right hand. You obtain an x-ray of the wrist, which demonstrates no acute fracture or dislocation. The patient is neurovascularly intact, you decided to discharge the patient home with instructions to treat with: ice, rest, and some napro…
 
You have two patients. One is a 53 year old male with a past medical history of diabetes, and he's presenting to the emergency room with an abscess on his upper back, it has been growing larger for the past four days. His vitals are significant for a heart rate of 108 and temp of 99.9. Meanwhile down the hall, you're also seeing a 25 year old femal…
 
A 36 year old man presents to your Urgent Care complaining of progressively worsening left eye pain. It started as a scratchy feeling three days ago but now it's worse. He can barely even open it, due to the pain and the light sensitivity. When you examine the eye it's red, and there is purulent drainage. Is this pinkeye? Could it be something wors…
 
Private group tutoring for the boards ends soon. Learn more here: https://www.medgeek.co/private-group-training1 - We're going to be continuing this month of December with cardiology. The first two weeks we discussed murmurs and this week we'll be discussing atrial fibrillation. Believe it or not, but atrial fibrillation is the most common arrhythm…
 
<< Click here to get 40 Pulmonology questions straight from my book The Final Step >> Priming Questions What are the three most common precipitating factors for Acute respiratory Distress syndrome Secondary to preeclampsia you must induce delivary at 36 weeks gestation. Are prophylactic steroids recommended prior to delivery? Other Pulmonary Diseas…
 
Free cardiology replay training: https://www.medgeek.co/cardio - Today, we'll be breaking down the various valvular lesions and murmurs, including mitral stenosis, mitral regurgitation, aortic stenosis, and aortic regurgitation. If you want to keep learning cardiology with us, then make sure to catch our free cardiology training here: https://www.m…
 
Welcome to episode 77 of the Audio PANCE and PANRE PA Board Review Podcast. Join me as I cover ten PANCE and PANRE Board review questions from the Smarty PANCE course content following the NCCPA content blueprint (download the FREE cheat sheet). Special from today’s episode: Download your copy of the Free Trello Smarty PANCE NCCPA Blueprint Study P…
 
Welcome to the medgeeks podcast, this is Eric Gordon and we are going to be finishing up our conversation on anemia today. If you haven't done so already be sure and check out our two previous episodes on anemia. Part One was microcytic anemia and Part Two normocytic. Today we are finishing up with part three and that is macrocytic anemia. We're ta…
 
<< Click here to get 40 Pulmonology questions straight from my book The Final Step >> Influenza Influenza is an orthomyxovirus Most commonly seen during the fall and winter Incubation period of 18-72 hours Secondary diseases are a major concern Pneumonia Reye’s syndrome Children under 18 Biggest risk factors are having the Flu or Varicella […] The …
 
If you all haven’t figured out yet, I love clinical decision instruments. Taking clinical variables and applying them the to validated statistical studies to estimate pretest probability and predict clinically significant injuries is a large part of emergency medicine. We have a lot of patients walk through the doors in the emergency department and…
 
Today we are continuing our discussion on anemia, and we are focusing Normocytic Anemia. If you missed it last week, we talked about Microcytic Anemia. If you missed it go check it out. Lets go ahead and get started: Today we are going to discuss: How to approach Normocytic Anemia Best way to work-up Normocytic Anemia The Causes and Pathophysiology…
 
A 21 yo F presents c/o of increasing fatigue and occasional SOB. Her sx have been gradual in onset over the past few weeks. She denies: chest pain, cough, fever & leg edema. Vital signs are normal. No other complaints or Past Medical History. You obtain some labs that show you what you believe to be the answer. Hgb - 7.8 3 months ago: Hgb - 12.5 Wh…
 
<< Click here to get 40 Pulmonology questions straight from my book The Final Step >> Acute bronchitis Infection of the large bronchi Most often caused by a virus RSV Rhinovirus Influenza 5-10% are bacterial Usually follows a URI Clinical Presentation Shortness of breath Cough can last for more than three weeks Wheezing Fever Labs, […] The post S2 …
 
Your next patient is an 8yo girl; her mother brought her to your office because she has a red painful left eye. Her mother believes this is “Pink Eye”. There has been no drainage or any known exposure. On exam, you see a significant amount of edema and erythema of the upper and lower eyelids and the surrounding soft tissue. The patient’s eye is eff…
 
<< Click here to get 40 Pulmonology questions straight from my book The Final Step >> Pneumonia Community Acquired Pneumonia From oxford dictionary – Lung inflammation caused by bacterial or viral infection, in which the air sacs fill with pus and may become solid. Inflammation may affect both lungs ( double pneumonia ), one lung […] The post S2 E0…
 
A 43 year old male with a past medical history of hypertension, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia presents to the emergency department with dizziness that started 14 hours ago. He complains of nausea and vomiting. He denies recent trauma, fever, headache, visual disturbance, or weakness. He says he requires the assistance of his wife to walk because he …
 
Welcome to episode 75 of the Audio PANCE and PANRE PA Board Review Podcast. Join me as I cover ten PANCE and PANRE Board review questions from the SMARTYPANCE course content following the NCCPA content blueprint (download the FREE cheat sheet). This week we will be covering ten general board review questions based on the NCCPA PANCE and PANRE Conte…
 
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