This guide contains 30 clinical skills that are essential for every doctor in training. I created this guide when revising for my 3rd year OSCEs, confused by the amount of resources we had to revise for each one! This concise yet comprehensive guide attempts to take into account the various methods to follow for each procedure.
This booklet was developed as a part of Special Study Unit (Doctors as Teachers) at Peninsula Medical School. This booklet covers some of the important aspects of Ophthalmology.
This booklet could be used as a quick revision guide before finals and also could be used along Ophthalmology placements. The purpose of this booklet is to provide some insight into the most common presentations of red eye and their management.
This lecture differentiates the Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus. It enumerates the signs, symptoms, pathophysiology, and management of both types. This lecture is very useful for 1st year and 2nd year medical students. The algorithm for medical management is really helpful.
Please use the Clinical Practice Guidelines, in your home country or your country of practice, in managing patients with diabetes mellitus.
Hello all. Just thought I would post this online resource that I have found, seeing as the paper copy is no longer being distributed by my medical school anymore.
Its been promoted by Dr Thompson who said: "It is all you need to pass the prescribing exam".
Anyway - its a bit wordy, but hope it helps!!
Detailed examination of the joints is usually not included in the routine
medical examination. However, joint related complaints are rather common, and
understanding anatomy and physiology of both normal function and pathologic
conditions is critically important when evaluating the symptomatic patient.
By gaining an appreciation
for the basic structures and functioning of the joint, you'll be able to "logic"
your way thru the exam, even if you can't remember the eponym attached to each