Board Review Questions of the Week – Anemia

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A 42-year-old woman has had morning stiffness in multiple joints as well as redness and swelling. She has felt fatigued and has had a low-grade fever. On examination, she has synovitis, most prominently in her hands. Her erythrocyte sedimentation rate is elevated. Her white blood cell count is normal, but she is anemic, with a hemoglobin level of 9 g/dL. … Read More

Family Nurse Practitioner FNP Board Certification Information

Med-ChallengerMedical News, Nurse Practitioner, Personal Education

Med-Challenger, FNP, FNP Certification, Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Practitioner Board Review

There are two certification options: Additional resources: Med-Challenger FNP – Family Nurse Practitioner Qbank contains 2,000 questions and in-depth explanations of the correct and incorrect answer choices.  Try it for free. Med-Challenger offers online nursing education courses for pass-guaranteed ANCC, AANP, & AAENP nursing exam review and CE requirements for nurse practitioners. With Med-Challenger, you can assemble everything your nursing career requires – … Read More

Board Review Questions of the Week – Seizures

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Seizures, Med-Challenger, Free Board Review Questions

A 49-year-old man with small-cell lung cancer presents with a new-onset seizure that occurred at home. Computed tomography (CT) of the brain shows a low attenuation area in the right parietal area (see Figure). Figure. Which of the following statements are correct about seizures in patients with cancer? Seizures are more common with brain tumors in the parietal, temporal, or … Read More

Know Your Guidelines – Ventricular Fibrillation

Kelly SeagravesEmergency Medicine, Medical News

Emergency Medicine Guidelines, Med-Challenger, Andrea Eberly, Ventricular Fibrillation

Stay in step with current national guidelines with Med-Challenger Guideline Knowledge Checks. Today’s Guideline Knowledge Check question comes from the desk of Med-Challenger Emergency Medicine Editor-in-Chief, Andrea Eberly, MD, FAAEM. Do beta-blockers play a role in treating ventricular fibrillation? Yes or No? Try this review question and find out if you’re following the most current guideline. Which of the following … Read More

2019 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Board Review Live Course – Registration Now Open

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PEMQBook 2019, Med-Challenger

It’s back again for 2019! The #1 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Live Board Review presented by Med-Challenger and PEMQBook will be held January 25-27, 2019 at the Hilton Anatole – Dallas, TX. Special “Early-Bird” Pricing available thru Sept. 30th, 2018! Registration is open now through showtime – or when all seats are taken. $1699 after October 1, 2018. Once you register, … Read More

ABIM MOC Knowledge Check-In Exam Information

Med-ChallengerInternal Medicine, Medical News

ABIM is now offering a new two-year assessment option to provide physicians more choice, relevance and convenience in meeting the assessment requirement of the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. This assessment option, called a Knowledge Check-In, is available for Internal Medicine and Nephrology in 2018. The Knowledge Check-In will become available to other specialties in 2019 and 2020 as an additional … Read More

Board Review Questions of the Week – Opioid Overdose Algorithm

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Opioid overdose, Med-Challenger, Free Board Review Questions

Med-Challenger offers opioid overdose algorithm review along with everything else for the most recent American Heart Association guidelines with in-depth review questions with detailed explanations. More free American Heart Association guidelines review questions can be accessed via this week’s Quick Quiz, and via free trial of the following specialty courses: Every week Med-Challenger, the leader in online medical education, provides … Read More

Build, Save, and Re-Use Personalized Adaptive Custom Exams with Med-Challenger

Kelly SeagravesGroup Education & Training, Personal Education, Product News

Med-Challenger, Board Exam Review, Custom Exams

Med-Challenger’s custom exam builder provides flexible, re-usable options for self-study, exam review, and other knowledge assessment activities. Users may now apply multiple course assets to a single custom exam! Once created and saved, custom exams will follow the content source and content allocation parameters you’ve set every time it’s used. This way, you can set up preferred ways to self-assess … Read More

Board Review Questions of the Week – Anorectal Disorders

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Med-Challenger offers anorectal disorders review along with everything else for diagnosing and treating all types of abdominal and gastrointestinal disorders with in-depth review questions with detailed explanations. More free abdominal and gastrointestinal disorders review questions can be accessed via this week’s Quick Quiz, and via free trial of the following specialty courses: Every week Med-Challenger, the leader in online medical … Read More

E-Scooters Are Becoming a Fast Way to Get … to the ER!

Kelly SeagravesEmergency Medicine, Medical News

Med-Challenger, Bird Scooter Accidents, e-scooters, e-scooter accidents, scooter accidents, bird scooter

Of course there are upsides to the surge of Bird scooters to be found on sidewalks and street corners coast to coast – access to affordable, environmentally friendly transportation being one of them – but as their popularity soars, so do the number of scooter-related injuries. To be fair, the dangers riders face have little to do with the electric … Read More