USMLE Step 1
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It’s finally that time of year again! First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2023 edition has dropped - and now it’s available to follow page-by-page in Picmonic. Supplement and solidify your textbook studies with impactful video mnemonics, research-proven to increase your retention of high-yield topics critical for medical school.
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1. Measure crutches to be three finger widths under axilla 2. Ensure handgrips are at 60 degree elbow flexion 3. Measure end of crutch to be six inches lateral from heel 4. Measure crutch to be four inches in front of each foot 5. Ensure handgrips are at 30 degree elbow flexion Answer: 1, 3, 5. Measuring crutches is an important action to prevent pressure on the axilla, which could lead to neurovascular problems.
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When you’re preparing for the USMLE exam, you probably find yourself with a bunch of questions about how much to study, how to avoid burnout, etc. It’s always important to study as effectively and efficiently as possible. Read this blog to learn the details on how much you need to study for the exam!
Picmonic of the Week Alert! Watch our newly released Gastrointestinal System Assessment Picmonic. A physical assessment of the GI system should include a thorough examination of the mouth, jaw, teeth, gums, oral mucosa and tongue. Palpate the gums, inner lips and cheeks for tenderness, lumps, and lesions. To learn more, check out the full Picmonic here!
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In this blog, TheMDJourney dives into the study tips and strategies you can use to study for Step 1!