Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Myocardial Infarction

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Free board review question of the week on Myocardial Infarction

A 56-year-old woman presents to you with new-onset chest pain. For the last year, she tells you that she has a pacemaker for “a heart block”. Her vitals are stable, her past medical history is otherwise benign, and cardiac biomarkers are pending. She is visiting from another state, and you are unable to access her prior electrocardiographic ECG results. ECG … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Antiseizure Medication

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Free board review question of the week on seizures

A 23-year-old woman presents to you after having experienced a seizure 2 hours ago, her second such seizure in 1 year. Her first seizure was followed by a comprehensive evaluation and no underlying etiology could be identified. As is standard practice after a single seizure with no known cause, she was not started on an antiseizure medication. This second seizure … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Constipation

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Free board review question of the week on Constipation

A male neonate presents with vomiting, colic, and failure to pass stool. You order abdominal radiography. Figure 1 (left) is the supine view, and Figure 2 (right) is a contrast enema study. Figures 1 and 2. What is the diagnosis based on these radiographic findings? bowel obstruction Identify bowel obstruction as a possible cause for constipation in a neonate. Bowel … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Respiratory Failure

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Free board review question of the week on respiratory failure

A 54-year-old man is involved in a moderate-speed motor vehicle collision. Upon evaluation, you find that he has several rib fractures, but he has no evidence of pneumothorax, hemothorax, or flail chest (clinically or via plain x-ray). You prescribe him oxygen as well as medication to relieve his pain; you also decide to admit him for observation. Approximately 8 hours … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Hypothermia

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free board review question of the week Hypothermia

A 23-year-old woman is found with a suicide note on a park bench in the winter with a core body temperature of 82.4°F. During transfer from the ambulance to the hospital gurney, her cardiac monitor suddenly demonstrates the following (see Figure). Figure. What is the most appropriate therapy? A single attempt of regular energy defibrillation followed by active core rewarming; … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Perinatal Mortality

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Free board review question of the week on perinatal mortality

A 20-year-old, gravida 1 para 0 woman presents to you at 42 weeks of gestation with complaints of contractions. You are able to rule out active labor, but you do recommend that the patient stay so that labor can be induced because she is post-term. She declines and she is adamant to wait until spontaneous labor ensues. You review the … Read More

2019 Emergency Medicine Board ABEM Review Course with CME Credits

Kelly SeagravesEmergency Medicine, Personal Education

2019 emergency medicine board review course

Med-Challenger’s EM course has been expertly crafted from the ground up. Our Emergency Medicine Editor-in-Chief, Andrea C. Eberly, MD, M.S., FAAEM, and our editorial team of Emergency Medicine contributors have produced over 3,600 ABEM board exam questions based on the ABEM’s exam content guidelines. The questions in the course have an expanded remediation section that not only explains the reasoning … Read More

2019 Family Medicine Board ABFM Review Course with CME Credits

Kelly SeagravesFamily Medicine, Personal Education

2019 family medicine exam review

Med-Challenger’s FM course has been expertly crafted from the ground up. Our Family Medicine Editor-in-Chief, Mark E. Deutchman, MD, FAAFP, and our editorial team of Family Medicine contributors have produced over 3,000 ABFM board exam questions based on the ABFM’s exam content guidelines. The questions in the course have an expanded remediation section that not only explains the reasoning behind … Read More

Earn ABIM MOC Points with Med-Challenger’s 2019 ABIM Review Course

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2019 internal medicine moc points

Med-Challenger’s 2019 ABIM review course contains all ABIM MOC requirements in one. If you’re looking for an effective and lasting solution to ongoing MOC requirements, Med-Challenger IM offers the largest array of IM board review questions, intelligent self-assessment tools, ABIM MOC points, and AMA Category 1 CME credits. Med-Challenger has produced an all new IM review course with 100% new … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Congenital Heart Disease

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free board review question of the week on congenital heart disease

A 7-week-old female infant presents with wheezing, coughing, and 2 episodes of nonbilious emesis. Examination reveals her vital signs as temperature (rectal): 98.96 °F (37.2 °C), pulse 168 beats/minute, respiratory rate 70 breaths/minute, blood pressure 126/86 mm Hg, and oxygen saturation 96% (breathing room air). The infant is fussy, though consolable, with moderate respiratory distress. She is nontoxic in appearance. … Read More