Tuesday, February 19, 2013
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Prepare for United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1, Step 2 CK and CS, and Step 3 with BEST USMLE TUTOR in One-on-One Focused Individualized Diagnostic and Remedial (FIDR) Sessions using Real Life Analogy (RLA) approach.
United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1, Step 2 CK and CS, and Step 3 are taken by medical students and doctors with an MD degree as a requirement in order to obtain unrestricted medical and surgical license in the United States. USMLE steps are sponsored by FSMB (Federation of State Medical Boards) and NBME (National Board of Medical Examiners).
Free Lessons for USMLE Steps:
The single BEST answer is there in every question BUT the challenging part is to be able to find it as sometimes, reasons which will be discussed during your First One-on-One Free FIDR (Online Health Expert Dr. Harish malik's Focused Individualized Diagnostic and Remedial) session, more than one answer appears to be right to many USMLE test takers leading to a low score or failure to pass the USMLE Steps.
An easy way to get to the Right Answer (right diagnosis or management strategy) for the USMLE questions is to apply the VINDICATE ME approach after reading the end of the question and going over the options hurriedly.
Differential Diagnosis Mnemonic:
VINDICATE ME, where:
V - Vascular (Heart, Blood vessels, Bone Marrow and the Blood itself)
I - Infections (Bacterial, Viral, Fungal, Protozoans, Parasitic)
N - Neoplasia [new growths: Benign (non-cancerous) and Malignant (cancerous) and Nervous System (Brain disease, Psychiatric and Psycho-social, Spinal cord and Nerves)]
D - Dietary, Drugs (medications and substance abuse)
I - Iatrogenic (Illness caused by medical examination or treatment) and Idiopathic (unknown cause) and Immune system
C - Congenital/Developmental/Inherited
A - Autoimmune (Immune system fails to differentiate between self and non-self and starts attacking our own body)
T - Trauma
E - Endocrine (Hormonal) and Environmental
M - Metabolic (Genetic Inborn errors of metabolism and problems with chemical reactions in the body)
E - Eating Habits and Exercise (lack of) and Education (lack of)
BEST USMLE TUTOR uses Real life Analogy (RLA) approach to generalize the Basic Embryology, Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Behavioral Science and Statistics, Pathology, Pharmacology, Medical and Surgical specialties to make everything ridiculously easy to understand and makes learning difficult concepts easy and fun.
BEST USMLE TUTOR has very competitive rates and ensures that your USMLE Scores improves drastically for All USMLE Steps as you look at these difficult to comprehend concepts differently and integrates your knowledge helps you gain a deeper understanding of most commonly tested areas on USMLE exams in an easy and fun manner.
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Friday, August 24, 2012
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Online Health Expert BEST USMLE TUTOR Dr.Harish Malik who has trained several thousand successful health care professionals including many doctors Launches BEST USMLE TUTOR [a one of its kind Novel One-on-One Focused and Individualized, Diagnostic and Remedial (FIDR) Tutoring Service available in over 50 subjects] believes that the best way to Improve USMLE pass rates is to learn Medicine using his Real Life Analogies (RLA) approach.
Dr. Harish Malik of Elite Tutoring Service uses his RLA approach to teach his students, generate patient teaching strategies, and breakdown difficult to comprehend medical concepts, diseases processes, diagnostic and treatment modalities for them in a simple to understand language to help them in making the optimal evidence based decisions to help them succeed in passing USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK, Step 2 CS, and Step 3 Exams.
BEST USMLE TUTOR's Sample of Real Life Analogy (RLA) approach:
To explain Immune System to a Student/Patient: Inflammation is defined as nonspecific (innate) localized tissue response to injury (Mnemonic for causes of injury is VINDICATE ME – please read my earlier post “What is our immune system and how does it work?”) It is classified as acute, sub-acute or chronic based on the severity and onset. The type of cells and mediators involved are different just like the Real Life Analogy (RLA) scenario where different forces are deployed by us for the repair process and containment of damage with different types of conflicts (pathogens) or damages (non-infectious causes) done to our world, whether these involve one person, a family, community, city, county, state or a nation. For example the Marines (Analogous to IgM – a pentamer Immunoglobulin and Neutrophils – phagocytic cell- seen in Acute Inflammation) usually go in right after the intelligence is gathered using drones or secret service agents (Cell Mediators and signaling involving T-Helper (CD4) cells) and presented (APCs – Antigen Presenting Cells like the Microglial cells in Brain, Dendritic cells in Skin, Kupffer cells in Liver, Mesangial cells in Kidneys) to make the situation on the ground conducive for the Ground forces (IgG – a monomer Immunoglobulin and Lymphocytes, Macrophages and Giant cells – which are syncytial macrophages seen in Chronic Inflammation trying to contain the pathogens) to take over and maintain a neutralizing force until the situation is returned very close to normal. A memory of the injury/conflict is kept in the form of T and B memory cells for future rapid response to a similar situation……..(excerpt taken from Online Health Expert BEST USMLE TUTOR Dr. Harish Malik's story of Lymphatic and the Immune System).