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This is the PAINE Podcast. A podcast for physician assistants to prepare for passing the PANCE/PANRE, as well as staying up to date on clinical literature. Every month I breakdown a topic on the NCCPA blueprint and tell you what you need to know when studying for your boards. I also tackle the current literature that may be practice changing, as well as other emerging medical practice topics.
 
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Welcome to episode 90 of the Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant/Associate Board Review Podcast. Join me as I cover ten PANCE, PANRE and EOR review questions from the Smarty PANCE Instagram/Facebook page and the smartypance.com board review website. Special from today’s episode: Follow Smarty PANCE and The Daily PANCE Blueprint on Instagram F…
 
Hepatitis An inflammation of the liver Acute hepatitis is less than six months. Chronic is greater than six months Causes Viruses Hep A Hep B Hep C Hep D Hep E And several others including CMV & Epstein Barr Alcohol Drugs Non alcoholic fatty liver disease Autoimmune disease Symptoms Jaundice Nausea Poor appetite Right upper […] The post S2 E088 Hep…
 
Dr. Shae Datta is a neurologist and Director of Concussion and Neurocognition in New York. She also serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Residency Success. Dr. Datta has researched numerous subjects in the area of brain trauma, including the gut/brain link and study success through brain health. Residency Success is a platform to help students …
 
Dr. Nayana Somaratna is CEO and Co-Founder of Medical Joyworks and creator of the Prognosis app series and the Clinical Sense app. As well as holding a medical degree, Dr. Somaratna also holds an IT degree and just this year completed a law degree. Today’s episode sees him discuss his background and inspiration for his company as well as how to app…
 
Polyps An abnormal growth of soft tissue projecting from a mucous membrane They may be flat, sessile or pedunculated 95% of adenocarcinoma of the colon are thought to come from polyps Clinical Presentation Surveillance According to the American Cancer society all patients of average risk should begin screening at age 45 with Fecal occult blood […] …
 
Important Definitions Abscess – a painful collection of pus, usually caused by a bacterial infectionFistula – An abnormal connection between two body partStricture – A narrowing Study tip for today. Differentiate diagnosis and disease stats Alright now on the large intestine. Diverticular disease Having diverticula or pockets in the colon Diverticu…
 
Appendicitis Inflamed appendix Clinical Presentation Abdominal pain Beginning periumbilical and moving toward the RLQ Increasing in severity Pain with any movement Nausea and vomiting Fever Physical Exam Findings Abdominal tenderness even to light palpation Rebound tenderness Tenderness over McBurney’s point – located on the right side of the abdom…
 
Welcome to episode 89 of the Audio PANCE and PANRE PA Board Review Podcast. Join me as I cover ten PANCE, PANRE and EOR review questions from the Smarty PANCE Instagram/Facebook page and the smartypance.com board review website. Special from today’s episode: Follow Smarty PANCE and The Daily PANCE Blueprint on Instagram Follow Smarty PANCE and The …
 
Karl Kapp is a Professor at Bloomberg University and author of several books about gamification and game thinking. Karl received a Doctorate of Education in the Instructional Design program at the University of Pittsburgh. He is also a frequent speaker and business consultant, helping organizations to implement learning strategies through technolog…
 
Discover test-taking tips, test-prep strategies, how to increase motivation, and more! Chase DiMarco finishes up this 7-part mini-series with test-taking tips, test-prep strategies, how to increase motivation, and much more. We all struggle with these topics at some point in our academic careers. However, knowing how to notice when things are going…
 
Dr. Eric Gantwerker is the medical director of Level Ex games which include CardioEx, PulmEx, AirwayEx, and GastroEx. Gaming is a great way to inspire attention and active learning in medicine but also one we rarely use in education. Today’s episode will cover some of the psychology and research behind game design in medical learning. Intro 2:55 Ga…
 
Disorders of the Stomach Peptic Ulcer Disease Defined as a break in the mucosal lining of the stomach or the duodenum. An ulcer is four to five times more likely to be found in the duodenum than in the stomach. PUD is the most common cause of a GI bleed Risk factors Helicobacter pylori is […] The post S2 E084 Stomach, Pancreas and Anxiety appeared …
 
Chase DiMarco shares his presentation about FindARotation at InnovatorMD’s World Congress 2021. This annual convention is the largest conference where physicians and entrepreneurs connect and offer their ideas on how to change healthcare for the better. Chase talks about why he built FindARotation and how it will change medical education for both s…
 
This is part two of a special three-part podcast series by Joe Gilboy PA-C on becoming a better PA. Part one was all about building better relationships with our nurses and ancillary staff. In part two we cover essential strategies on how to stay off the medical staff radar and get the medical staff, administrators, and supervisors on your side. Le…
 
Chase DiMarco talks to Camille Roney, an academic coach and teacher at Non-Trad Accelerator for non-traditional students. Camille shares how she raised her GPA from 2.3 to 4.10, practical study tips to increase your productivity, and the power of positive thinking. [01:01] What is a Non-Traditional Student [02:40] How to Raise your GPA from 2.3 to …
 
Esophagitis An inflammation of the esophagus Causes GERD Medications NSAIDS Antibiotics Bisphosphonates Many others Excessive alcohol consumption Infectious causes are related to an immunocompromised patient. Candida Herpes Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Clinical Presentation Dysphagia (diffic ulty swallowing) Odynophagia (painful swallowing) Heartburn Naus…
 
Chase DiMarco talks to Sam Kavanaugh, winner of the 29th Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions. They discuss memory techniques, the similarities between preparing for Jeopardy! and studying medicine, and effective flashcard learning strategies. [01:28] Getting to Know Sam Kavanaugh [04:40] Bulking up for Jeopardy! [08:20] Weaving Together Common Thread…
 
Hypercoagulable states (Thrombophilia) Where is the problem? Clotting Factors Too many Too active Platelets Too many Too active Vascular injury Surgery Trauma Stasis Virchow’s triad Stasis Hypercoagulable state Vascular injury German doctor and scientist who first described the mechanism for a pulmonary embolism. The name Virchow’s triad was not us…
 
In this final installment of the MedEdge Method mini-series, Chase DiMarco talks about self-care, rest, and growth. He dissects the benefits of self-care, why you need to stop procrastinating, and the relationship between rest and growth. [02:25] Rest and Recuperation [04:34] Self-care in Medicine [07:19] Why Procrastination is a Form of Self Hate …
 
In part five of the MedEdge Method mini-series, Chase DiMarco talks about board exam success. He dissects the test-taking technique table and breaks down several test answering strategies such as the tie-breaker technique, the post-exam autopsy, and the error monitoring chart. [04:35] Test-Taking Technique Table [04:47] Basic Technique [07:17] The …
 
Coagulation Factor Disorders von Willebrand Disease A spectrum of low production to production of poorly functioning von Willebrand’s Factor. von Willebrand’s factor (vWF) has two major functions. vWF helps platelets to stick together in the subendothelial collagen vWF binds to and maintains Factor VIII in circulation. Factor VIII breaks down very …
 
In this fourth installment of the MedEdge Method mini-series, Chase DiMarco talks about self-assessment and exam growth. He talks about studying using the production effect, the benefits of physician mentorship, and post-lecture and post-exam study sessions. [01:40] Post Lecture and Post Exam Study Sessions [07:23] Studying Using the production Eff…
 
In this third episode of the MedEdge Method mini-series, Chase DiMarco talks about preparation and studying. He dissects the actual methods and techniques you can use when creating the optimal study space, study technique, and study habits. [01:50] How to Ergonomically Optimize your Study Space [03:40] How to Focus on Studying Without Getting Distr…
 
Straight from lymphoma and leukemia into Clotting diseases Hematology is not an easy section, but here we go. Today we’re covering blood clotting or coagulation. Through this process blood transforms from a liquid into something more like jello. Why would we want this? We want this to prevent excessive blood loss. This process also […] The post S2 …
 
In this second episode of the MedEdge Method mini-series, Chase DiMarco shares study techniques that can help you learn more effectively. He discusses how including play in studying increases learning and motivation. [02:14] Setting Goals and Making Plans [05:19] Interleaving [06:58] Concrete Examples [08:31] Dual Coding [09:25] Spaced Repetition […
 
In this first episode of the MedEdge Method mini-series, Chase DiMarco talks about finding high yield study resources. He shares a helpful process for how medical students can choose learning materials that best suit their needs. [01:16] What is the Best Resource to Use? [03:43] Set Your Learning Goals [06:18] Awareness of Attention Span [10:16] Fi…
 
Lymphoma A group of malignancies that develop from lymphocytes There are over 80 types of lymphoma. Unlike leukemia lymphoma is a solid tumor Generally speaking (this is by no means 100% true) lymphoma develops in the lymphatic system Think lymph nodes and spleen Leukemia develops in the bone marrow The two main classifications of lymphoma […] The …
 
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