General Surgery Recertification Board Review Course (Videos+PDFs)

General Surgery Recertification Board Review Course

American Physician Institute Board Review

Product Details

  • Official Price: $1397.
  • Points to Download: 1500 Points
  • Format: Video Files (.mp4 format) + PDF files.
  • File Size: 13.1 GB.
  • Download Link Below.

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Description:

Intended Audience: General Surgeons

Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • List the fundamental protocols of General Surgery epidemiology, pathology, and clinical presentations of disease
  • Apply current guidelines for enteral nutritional support
  • Demonstrate diagnostic evaluation, including appropriate use of radiologic imaging
  • Recall Indications for surgical and non-surgical treatment?
  • Apply surgical management; including wound healing, immunology, infection, antibiotic usage, fluid management, and shock and resuscitation
  • Integrate preoperative, operative and postoperative care, including management of comorbidities and complications
  • Formulate minimally invasive surgical procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, including basic and advanced laparoscopic and endoscopic procedures

Accreditation Statement:
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of PeerPoint Medical Education and American Physician Institute for Advanced Professional Studies, LLC. The PeerPoint Medical Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement:
Online Course v10.1, Release Date September 8, 2016, Termination Date September 8, 2019:
The PeerPoint Medical Education Institute designates this enduring material for a maximum of 37 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 37 Self-Assessment Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

HIGH-YIELD CONTENT

LASER-FOCUSED LECTURES: The Pass Machine General Surgery MOC board review course is comprised of 500+ short, easily-digestible lecture modules, each of which reflects exam topics mapped to the American Board of Surgery Recertification Exam blueprint. The modules are organized into lectures covering all related exam “keywords”. Thus, you effectively review every required exam topic and nothing else, acquiring increased mastery of the material in less time.

THE “QBL” METHOD: To ensure pinpoint exam relevancy, the lectures use a method called “Question-Based Learning.” Lectures are constructed from a series of board-style multiple choice questions, each coupled to a mini-lecture on that question’s topic.

BOARD-EXPERIENCED FACULTY: Lectures are presented by faculty experienced in teaching for board preparation. The two levels of medical editing ensure every lecture is up-to-date, medically accurate and 100% board-relevant.

GENERAL SURGERY MOC STUDY GUIDE: This course companion makes it easy to follow along with lectures, take notes, and study offline. The PDF includes the complete course syllabus, with all referenced slides, photos, illustrations, and infographics.

Topics/Speaker:

Perioperative Care – 20% of the Exam
Fluids & Electrolytes (1 Hour)
Kevin Pei, MD
Coagulation & Hemostasis (1 Hour)
Michael Woo, MD
Wound Healing & Scarring (0.75 Hours)
Kevin Pei, MD
Nutrition (1 Hour)
Gary Marshall, MD
Infections (1 Hour)
Kevin Pei, MD
Anesthesiology (1 Hour)
Michael Woo, MD
Patient Safety (0.5 Hours)
Dorry Segev, MD, PhD
Acid Base Disorders (1 Hour)
Kevin Pei, MD
Alimentary Tract – 20% of the Exam
Large Intestines (1.5 Hours)
Marc Singer, MD
Small Intestines (1 Hour)
Marc Singer, MD
Anorectal (0.5 Hours)
Marc Singer, MD
Stomach & Duodenum (1 Hour)
Gary Marshall, MD
Esophagus (1 Hour)
Mary Maish, MD, MPH
Abdomen – 15% of the Exam
Biliary Diseases & Disorders of the Spleen (1.5 Hours)
Gary Marshall, MD
Liver Tumors & Portal Hypertension (1 Hour)
Aaron Chevinsky, MD
Pancreas (1 Hour)
Aaron Chevinsky, MD
Diaphragm (0.5 Hours)
Mary Maish, MD, MPH
Hernia (0.5 Hours)
Marc Singer, MD
Trauma – 13% of the Exam
Principles & Upper Body Injuries (1.65 Hours)
Kevin Pei, MD
Lower Body Injuries (1.6 Hours)
Kevin Pei, MD
Vascular System – 7% of the Exam
Arterial Aneurysms & Arterial Diseases (1.5 Hours)
Tina R. Desai, MD
Venous & Carotid Artery Diseases, Vascular Trauma, & Hemodialysis Access (1.5 Hours)
Tina R. Desai, MD
Surgical Critical Care – 6% of the Exam
Shock & Resuscitation (1 Hour)
Gary Marshall, MD
Ventilation Management (1 Hour)
Gary Marshall, MD
Breast – 6% of the Exam
Breast Cancer (2 Hours)
Aaron Chevinsky, MD
Surgery Problems in Related Specialties – 6% of the Exam
Pediatric Surgery (1 Hour)
Srikumar Pillai, MD
Obstetrics & Gynecology (1 Hour)
Natasha Jenkins, MD
Transplant & Immunology (1 Hour)
Dorry Segev, MD, PhD
Urology (1 Hour)
Scott Eggener, MD
Lung (1 Hour)
Mary Maish, MD, MPH
Head and Neck – 2% of the Exam
Head & Neck Surgery (1.5 Hours)
Louis Portugal, MD
Endocrine – 2% of the Exam
Endocrine (1.5 Hours)
Cord Sturgeon, MD
Oncology/Skin/Soft Tissues – 2% of the Exam
Oncology, Skin Cancers, & Sarcomas (1 Hour)
Aaron Chevinsky, MD
Legal/Ethics – 1% of the Exam
Medical Ethics (1 Hour)
Dorry Segev, MD, PhD

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