Kaplan USMLE Step 2 prep: Choking child comes to ED. What’s next?
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. A 5-year-old boy begins coughing and gagging while eating peanuts. What is the appropriate initial step in management?
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Kaplan USMLE Step 1: Patient has sudden jerking movements in arms
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. Patient has condition that leads to loss of GABAergic neurons in the basal ganglia. What condition has a similar pathogenesis?
Kaplan USMLE Step 3 prep: Headache hits 10 of 10 on pain scale
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. Woman arrives at the ED with a painful headache. Exam shows bilateral papilledema. What’s the most appropriate next step?
Kaplan USMLE Step 2 prep: Barium enema reveals multiple polyps
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. Results from a barium enema shows polyps scattered throughout the patient’s colon. What is the next step in management?
Kaplan USMLE Step 1: Which factor is involved in the pathogenesis?
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. A patient currently on antiretroviral therapy enters emergency department with confusion, dizziness and fatigue.
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