Category: Gastroenterology (page 1 of 2)

ACS, Acidosis, AAA

Bowel Perforation and Bowel Volvulus

Bowel Ischemia and Bowel Obstruction

Biliary Stuff and Pancreatitis

Appendicitis and Diverticulitis

Abdominal Pain PBL (Part 2)

Presentation Based Learning

  1. Age, Gender, Pertinent Medical/Surgical History, Complaint
  2. At Least 4 Descriptors
  3. Red Flags/Pertinent Positives and Negatives
  4. Vital Signs
  5. Focused Physical Exam
  6. Suspected Diagnosis
  7. Can’t Miss Diagnoses
  8. Testing Plan
  9. Treatment Plan
  10. (If Asked) Anticipated Disposition

Abdominal Pain PBL (Part 1)

Presentation Based Learning

  1. Age, Gender, Pertinent Medical/Surgical History, Complaint
  2. At Least 4 Descriptors
  3. Red Flags/Pertinent Positives and Negatives
  4. Vital Signs
  5. Focused Physical Exam
  6. Suspected Diagnosis
  7. Can’t Miss Diagnoses
  8. Testing Plan
  9. Treatment Plan
  10. (If Asked) Anticipated Disposition

NBME Shelf Review Part 7

Gastroenterology

Abdominal Pain (Part 2)

It’s time to stop thinking in quadrants…

Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea and vomiting has a HUGE differential diagnosis but usually ends up being simple gastritis in the end. This week we will discuss a basic approach, treatment protocol, as well as to help out your attending.

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