Support for iOS 8
Stop wasting your time with other study methods and let the experts at McGraw-Hill be your guide. With the Pathophysiology Lange Flash Cards app in your toolkit, preparing for the USMLE or medical boards will be a breeze. As life rushes by, optimize your preparation time by using this powerful app where ever and whenever you can. Great for last-minute studying on clinical rotations, this app is the perfect tool to have at your fingertips.
Organized into 12 major topics, this app provides a rigorous review of key pathophysiological concepts. Within each category there is a selection of clinical vignettes requiring the application of textbook knowledge to real-life scenarios.
· Cardiovascular System
· Respiratory System
· Renal System
· Gastrointestinal System and Nutritional Disorder
· Nervous System and Special Senses
· Psychiatric Disorders
· Endocrine System
· Reproductive System and Urologic Disorders
· Immune System
· Hematologic Disorders
· Oncologic Disorders
· Musculoskeletal, Integumentary and Connective Tissue Disorders
Free initial download of the app presents one clinical case study and detailed diagnosis in each subject area with a total of 240 questions available through in-app purchase. Choose from four study modes to assess your knowledge level and target weak areas as you go. Create customized quizzes to track your progress and even turn studying into a game with the concentration-style Matching mode.
Written by medical students and professors at University of Central Florida, College of Medicine, the information included in this app is not only relevant but presented in a clear, concise manner. With each topic introduced by a clinical vignette, the user will be forced to think in terms of patient care instead of relying upon rote memorization. Overall, this app offers an intense, streamlined review in the days and weeks before your exam.
About the Authors:
Maria L. Cannarozzi is an associate professor of medicine and pediatrics at the University of Central Florida, College of Medicine.
Jonathan Kibble is an associate professor of physiology and is the assistant dean of medical education at the University of Central Florida.
Sarina Amin, is a medical student at University of Central Florida, College of Medicine.
Keith Connolly, is a medical student at University of Central Florida, College of Medicine.
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- July 31, 2014 Initial release
- September 16, 2014 New version 1.1
- September 30, 2014 New version 1.2