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Case Files Emergency Medicine (LANGE Case Files) McGraw-Hill Medical

Case Files Emergency Medicine (LANGE Case Files) McGraw-Hill Medical
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“I think any student doing a rotation in emergency medicine would benefit from these case scenarios. It provides a practical approach to a disease while highlighting the points that are often tested on USMLE.”--Doody's Review Service

This free application includes 1 sample case study from the 50 that are available through an in-app purchase of $29.99 of Case Files Emergency Medicine. The 50 high-yield cases in Emergency Medicine will help you excel on the clerkship and improve your shelf-exam score.

Each case has been designed for the iPad and iPhone/iPod with interactive features. With this system, you will learn in the context of real patients, rather than merely memorize facts.

•50 clinical cases, each with USMLE-style questions
•Clinical pearls that highlight key concepts
•Primer on how to approach clinical problems and think like a doctor
•Proven learning system that improves shelf-exam scores

iPhone, iPod, and iPad App Features:
•Study/Exam/Bookmark modes are available for USMLE-style review questions.
•In the Study mode, check the answers as you tackle the questions.
•In the Exam mode, time yourself and review the answers after the time is up.
•In the Bookmark mode, review only the questions you have flagged for further study.
•File away correctly answered questions after each practice quiz.
•Choose the number of questions in each practice quiz: 25, 50, 100, 150, 200, or all.
•Opt to include questions from previous quizzes.
•Learn further from interactive questions at the end of each case, with explanations.
•Sort cases by name or by case number.
•Take down notes using the Notes section for each case.
•Study in horizontal or vertical mode on the iPhone and the iPad.
•Store quiz scores to track your progress.

App Contents:

Section I: How to Approach Clinical Problems
•Part 1. Approach to the Patient
•Part 2. Approach to Clinical Problem Solving
•Part 3. Approach to Reading

Section II: Clinical Cases: 50 Case Scenarios
•Listing by Case Number
•Listing by Disorder

Each case includes the following sections:
Case Description
•Answers to
•Approach to
•Clinical Pearls
•Case Questions and Answers

About the Authors

Eugene C. Toy, MD, The John S. Dunn Senior Academic Chair and Program Director, The Methodist Hospital Ob/Gyn Residency Program, Houston, TX; Vice Chair of Academic Affairs, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX; Associate Clinical Professor and Clerkship Director, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, TX

Barry Simon, MD, Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Alameda County Medical Center/Highland Campus, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Katrin Y. Takenaka, MD, Assistant Professor, Clerkship Director, Assistant Residency Program Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, TX

Terrence H. Liu, MD, Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA; Program Director, University of California San Francisco East Bay Surgery Residency, San Francisco, CA; Attending Surgeon, Alameda County Medical Center, Oakland, CA

Adam J. Rosh, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Assistant Residency Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, MI

What's New in Version 1.4

-Fixed question and answer error in Case 8


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