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Performing routine admission or preoperative chest x-rays is not recommended for ambulatory patients without specific reasons suggested by the history and/or physical examination findings. Only 2 percent of such images lead to a change in management. Obtaining a chest radiograph is reasonable if acute cardiopulmonary disease is suspected or there is a history of chronic stable cardiopulmonary disease in a patient older than age 70 who has not had chest radiography within six months.
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Although CT is accurate in the evaluation of suspected appendicitis in the pediatric population, ultrasound is nearly as good in experienced hands. Since ultrasound will reduce radiation exposure, ultrasound is the preferred initial consideration for imaging examination in children. If the results of the ultrasound exam are equivocal, it may be followed by CT. This approach is cost-effective, reduces potential radiation risks and has excellent accuracy, with reported sensitivity and specificity of 94 percent.
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The doctor may swipe the cervix, before removing the speculum, with something that looks like a small spatula. The spatula gathers cells for later examination. This procedure is known as a Pap smear. By looking at the cells, your doctor can diagnose conditions such as cancer and sexually transmitted diseases.
Many women find pelvic exams physically and mentally uncomfortable. Doctors try to make them as painless as possible and offer reassurance and feedback during the process. It might be helpful for you to prepare a set of questions you have for your doctor. You may also ask a friend or family to stay with you during your appointment.
Research shows that some groups of women are more inclined to feel physical and emotional discomfort during a pelvic exam. This includes adolescents, minorities, people with disabilities, and people who have been sexually assaulted. Healthcare providers will take special care during pelvic exams by using lubrication during instrument insertion and educating women about the process before getting started. If you feel uncomfortable at any point during your exam, make sure to tell your healthcare provider.
In October 1847, Blackwell was accepted as a medical student by Geneva Medical College, located in Geneva, New York. The dean and faculty, usually responsible for evaluating an applicant for matriculation were not able to make a decision due to the special nature of Blackwell's case. They put the issue up to a vote by the 150 male students of the class with the stipulation that if one student objected, Blackwell would be turned away. The young men voted unanimously to accept her.
In 1874, Blackwell established a women's medical school in London with Sophia Jex-Blake, who had been a student at the New York Infirmary years earlier. Blackwell had doubts about Jex-Blake and thought that she was dangerous, belligerent, and tactless. Nonetheless, Blackwell became deeply involved with the school, and it opened in 1874 as the London School of Medicine for Women, with the primary goal of preparing women for the licensing exam of Apothecaries Hall. Blackwell vehemently opposed the use of vivisections in the laboratory of the school.
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I did the entire PEER IX question bank, ending up with a score of 75% correct. I also did a few of the PEER VIII questions. Overall, I think the PEER IX questions were the most similar in style and length to the ones on the actual exam, although the writers of the questions say they have no association whatsoever with the writers of the actual test. I did find the questions to be significantly more difficult than the ones on the actual exam.
Now, when using a question bank, the quality of the explanations of why some answers were right and some answers were wrong is pretty important. The idea is that you want to avoid having to go to another resource to look something up as little as possible. In this aspect, I found the PEER IX explanations adequate most of the time. They were certainly better than the PEER VIII explanations, which I found so bad that I moved on to the next question bank instead of doing most of them. Here's an example of what you get with PEER IX:
What didn't I like about Rosh Review? Well, it's the most expensive of the bunch to start with. I mean, you can cheap out and just get it for a month, but I can assure you that you aren't going to get through all 2,141 questions in that time period. Plus, it doesn't give you free CME. You have to spend another $100 to get 100 credits. Granted, that's still pretty cheap CME, but you'd think if you were dropping that kind of money on software that they could throw in the CME credits for free. I found the questions to be the easiest of the three databases I used, but still slightly harder than the actual exam. Obviously Rosh agrees given that even at the end most of my scores were in the 82-86% range and they were projecting me to get a 91. That was pretty darn accurate, given that my final test score was 93. I was pretty happy with that, since it was higher than my original written boards score. At least until my climbing partner told me he got a 98 despite studying less. Punk. Incidentally, Rosh was all he used, but at least he had to pay for it!
In fact, they offer dozens and dozens of databases for physicians, nurses, students, podiatrists, dentists, pharmacists, PAs, NPs, and even naturopaths. There is everything from the USMLE and COMLEX to pediatric neurology, radiology, and sleep medicine. I count 132 different tests you can prepare for using a Board Vitals question bank. Obviously, I was only interested in one of those, so I asked for a freebie in hopes that I could eventually get some of you to check out this sweet resource. They graciously granted me access to the database for a couple of months, although just like with Rosh Review, didn't get to give any input toward this review and in fact didn't see it any sooner than you did. I did the Board Vitals questions at the same time as Rosh Review, both after PEER.
I found the questions to be the hardest of the three databases and far harder than the test itself. In fact, they predict that if you can get at least 61% on their database that you'll pass the ConCert exam. But they had some questions that were real doozies. Like stuff I would call the Poison Control Center to ask. And that the toxicologist would have to look up in a book to give me an answer. They had quite a few questions on medication side effects that were particularly challenging as well. There were also a few questions that seemed like they had been stolen from their databases for other tests. For example, the vignette would read about how the patient came into the urgent care or into a clinic. Those questions left me wondering why I was taking care of them if they just walked into a clinic. But overall, good solid emergency medicine questions. Nice and hard and humbling. The explanations were not Rosh quality, but adequate and about on par with what you get from PEER. Take a look: