First Aid for the USMLE Step 3, Third Edition (Anglais) Broché – 1 novembre 2010
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Présentation de l'éditeur
The best, most trusted review for the USMLE Step 3 is now in full color
First Aid for the USMLE Step 3 provides busy residents with thousands of high-yield facts, mnemonics, and visual aids to help them pass the USMLE Step 3. More than 100 mini-cases provide practice for the CCS portion of the exam. The third edition features full color throughout the book, 35 pages of new material, and a complete revision to eliminate redundancy and over-information and highlight the most essential material for the exam. It is written by residents who recently passed Step 3 and reviewed by faculty for accuracy.
- Thousands of high-yield facts, mnemonics, and visual aids for board success
- NEW: full color throughout with many new color images
- NEW: Classic and frequently-tested scenarios integrated throughout the text clue you in for exam questions
- 100+ mini-cases provide invaluable preparation for the CCS portion of the exam
- Completely revised throughout and including 35 pages of new material and more clinical images
- Written by residents with recent experience taking the Step 3 examination
The content you need to ace the USMLE Step 3
Section I: Guide to the USMLE Step 3 and the CCS; Section II: Database of High-Yield Facts; Chapter 1. Ambulatory Medicine; Chapter 2. Cardiovascular; Chapter 3. EM; Chapter 4. Ethics and Statistics; Chapter 5. GI; Chapter 6. Hematology; Chapter 7. Oncology; Chapter 8. Infectious Disease; Chapter 9. Musculoskeletal; Chapter 10. Nephrology; Chapter 11. Neurology; Chapter 12. Obstetrics; Chapter 13. Gynecology; Chapter 14. Pediatrics; Chapter 15. Psychiatry; Chapter 16. Pulmonary; Section III: High-Yield CCS Cases; Appendix; Index
Biographie de l'auteur
Tao Le, M.D., M.HS.is Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Allergy and Immunology at the University of Louisville.
Vikas Bhushan, M.D. is a practicing diagnostic radiologist.
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1. appendicitis (???!!)
2. small/large bowel obstruction
3. rheumatic fever
4. pediatric rashes - NO mention of measles, mumps, rubella except how they affect the neonate. I'm looking more for what the different rashes in a kid look like and their accompanying sxs
5. spontaneous bacterial peritonitis
6. aortic aneurysm (!!!)
7. contraindications for vaccines
8. skimped on a lot of cardiac medication side effects - no mention of dig or amiodarone or lidocaine toxicity
9. delayed puberty
11. diaper rash (seriously, this is def. asked in step 3)
12. discusses gastroschisis but not omphalocele??
you get the idea.
Their biostatistic section was a nightmare - poorly organised and lacking basic information - such as defining different types of experimental study biases and including poorly worded explanations instead of just giving us an example like they did in step 2 First Aid. The cardiology section LUMPED stable, unstable angina and MI into one single-paged mess.....I don't know about you, but more clarification about who goes and gets cathed and what the indications for angioplasty, PCI are would have been nice.
And WAY too much emphasis on: ortho (2-3 pages of chart/table devoted to ortho injuries???)
CSS section probably fine if you use it - I didn't use it at all. I just used USMLE world's CSS cases and those were more than sufficient and inclusive.
Unfortunately, this is probably still the best review book out there for step 3, if nothing else than for the familiar format.
The content, upon using it with UWorld, is lacking. However, it tries to hit the more salient points. I would not encourage anyone to use this text alone, but it is a good supplement with UWorld if you need something tangible in your study routine. As an FYI I chose this over MTB simply because, in an attempt to use MTB for Step 2, I didn't like the format and ended up switching to FA for Step 2. I just feel more familiar with FA's format, just a personal preference.