At Knowledge, we pride ourselves on improving medical education with an audio-video approach. Making learning more engaging, effective and, of course, fun! Since launching our ABIM question bank in 2013, we’ve expanded our exam prep to cover the American Board …
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Like cholesterol guidelines, blood pressure guidelines are an essential part of the daily work of all physicians. While primary care physicians are often the ones who provide initial counseling and treatment, monitoring a patient’s blood pressure is a responsibility of …
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22 High-yield clinical pearls for ABIM, ABFM, ITE board exams from the 2017 ACP Conference
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As you’ve probably noticed from our Twitter feed this week, Knowmedge chief editor Dr Sunir Kumar (@DrSunir) has been delivering real-time updates from the American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine conference, taking place in San Diego from March 28 to April 1, 2017. Review these 28 Infectious Disease pearls to get ready for your board exam.
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This past week, Knowmedge chief editor Dr Sunir Kumar (@DrSunir) has been delivering real-time updates from the American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine conference. Review these 17 Nephrology pearls to help you get ready for your board exam and build your clinical knowledge!
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This week, Knowmedge chief editor Dr Sunir Kumar (@DrSunir) has been delivering real-time updates from the American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine conference, taking place in San Diego from March 28 to April 1, 2017. Review these 18 Cardiology pearls to get ready for your board exam!
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It’s General Internal Medicine Week here @knowmedge! We love it for so many reasons. It makes up a significant part of the USMLE, ABIM, ABFM and PANCE boards. It is fun to learn. And, finally, it is highly useful for …
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Advise people that the aim of anti-anginal drug treatment is to prevent episodes of angina and the aim of secondary prevention treatment is to prevent cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke.
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