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S2 E090 Metabolic Disorders and a new format
G6PD Deficiency X- linked recessive More commonly found in Males African Americans Asians Patients of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern decent Increases RBC susceptibility to breakdown Specific triggers lead to cellular breakdown Bacterial or viral infection Fava beans which may be found in flour Drugs Aspirin Antimalarials Sulfonamides Methylene blue Diabetic ketoacidosis Clinical Presentation & Physical […]
New Year New Show
I’ve been thinking for a while about changing the format of the PAER Podcast. I want to give you what you want, but also make sure I cover what’s going to help you the most. I explain everything in today’s episode. Take a listen here or wherever you listen to the show.
S2 E089 Liver Cirrhosis and Studying in December
Cirrhosis (End Stage Liver Disease) Cirrhosis is a fibrosis or scaring of the liver. Normally functioning liver tissue is replaced with non functioning scar tissue over time. Typically an insidious onset over months or years Portal hypertension and decreased liver function cause most of the symptoms of cirrhosis Risk Factors/Causes Chronic hepatitis Chronic alcohol abuse […]
S2 E088 Hepatitis & the Valley
Hepatitis An inflammation of the liver Acute hepatitis is less than six months. Chronic is greater than six months Causes Viruses Hep A Hep B Hep C Hep D Hep E And several others including CMV & Epstein Barr Alcohol Drugs Non alcoholic fatty liver disease Autoimmune disease Symptoms Jaundice Nausea Poor appetite Right upper […]
S2 E087 Colon & Rectum & 3 Words That Might Change Everything
Polyps An abnormal growth of soft tissue projecting from a mucous membrane They may be flat, sessile or pedunculated 95% of adenocarcinoma of the colon are thought to come from polyps Clinical Presentation Surveillance According to the American Cancer society all patients of average risk should begin screening at age 45 with Fecal occult blood […]
I am a physician that listens. Helpful to review areas I am not expert in. The new format helps information stick!
Listen if you want to pass the pance
I listened to this podcast while commuting, doing dishes, and walking around the block for most of clinical year. Some topics are more inclusive than others, but if you do what this man says (actively study, plan your study days, pause the podcast to think/rewind it to digest content) you will pass your boards and feel confident doing so. The best PANCE prep podcast out there in my opinion.
Excellent, Elite Content
These podcasts are amazing. My only suggestion would be to cut out the bloopers. Other than that, this is fantastic content.