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FIRST AID. USMLE. STEP 1. TAO LE, MD, MHS. VIKAS BHUSHAN, MD Online. Available at: FIRST AID FOR THE® USMLE STEP 1 TAO LE, MD, MHS VIKAS BHUSHAN, MD Associate Clinical Professor Diagnostic Radiologist Chief, Section of. here is the link for first aid djffduivu8bd/First+Aid+for+the+USMLE+Step+1+pdf.

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Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. If you have been on any forum or talked to other med students regarding Step 2 CK the inevitable line is: But there are better resources out there. Lets get one thing out of the way first: Step 2 CK success comes from the resources and studying you did in your clinical rotations, how well you did in Step 1, and from Uworld questions and their explanations.

The review book is much less relevant here than in Step 1. Importantly, however, a review book organizes your thinking and provides a single location for all the high yield facts. First Aid for Step 2 is a good source. Not a great source. But compared to the classical Mastering the Boards combo it is leagues better. It actually covers topics in reasonable detail, especially IM topics, that MTB seems to shallowly skim over.

While it is not as easy of a read, it is also not utterly worthless. MTB is made for people who just don't remember the disease. FA is made for people who dont remember specifics in pathophys and basic treatments of disease.

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In short FA is more detailed which makes it harder to finish but more useful if you actually plan on using a review book. It is not perfect at all however. The pediatric section, while just as good as other review books, is horribly inadequate such that I annotated from Uworld to the point of wiping out all the margins in several pages in that book.

The cardiology section does not have treatments for various arrhythmias nor talks about clinical decision making in such primary care topics as hyperlipidemia the section is in the book, but the indicates for moderate vs high dose statins is not. Other topics are covered with more or less decent consistency. Again this problem is glaring in the peds section. The psych section was no better than the Step 1 version and even didn't include the ego defenses. It did have a bereavement vs depression table which is a high yield point for sure.

No surgery chapter. Sure some of the topics is under the header of "assorted topics in EM" but that is just silly considering it is a fundamental rotation.

In conclusion the book is good. Not great. If some sections were beefed up and the topics were covered more concisely and ALWAYS including treatment, then we are golden. If you plan on using a review book for Step 2 use this one. So, unlike for Step 1, where First Aid was an easy first choice for a central studying resource, Step 2 has no best choice. First Aid for Step 2 is not that great.

It is riddled with errors and missing a lot of testable topics.

However, there really isn't a better answer. I own Master the Boards as well, but it is even more cut down than First Aid, so despite the explanations being superior, the fact that it is even more content-lacking makes it also not a great pick. So let me tell you why I am still using this book. I am using it because I need a central resource to annotate information from UWorld questions, and there is sufficient room on these pages to do just that.

I add in and change the content that needs to be changed -- do NOT trust information in here over UWorld explanations, because I can almost guarantee UWorld is right and this is wrong.

I don't use this book to read from primarily, I use it to look up topics that are primarily directed by question explanations. So first, ask yourself if you need a book to study for Step 2, because not everyone will.

Questions should be your primary resource for studying, but beyond that, you may or may not benefit from also having a book to reference.

In my case, I still find this useful, despite its faults. Hopefully the future will bring a better book for Step 2, but in the meantime, this is what we've got. Haven't had a chance to go through it in proper detail yet but after a quick skim through side by side comparison with I can say it is better. The biggest difference this year seems to be the diagrams and pictures. There are more pictures , many of which are imaging which is much appreciated, and the diagrams seem more colorful and coherent.

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The pages have also been cleaned up and made more colorful so as to highlight important material. In terms of material its about 50 pages larger which seems to be a combination of the new pictures, diagrams, material, and a slightly more spacious outline which I prefer.

The quality of the printing appears better as well or maybe I just got a bad copy of Should you buy it? I think yes even if just to make note of the new material could be a Q or two on your test and look at the plethora of new Pictures included.

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This book is way better than the previous editions. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighte Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan. Condition is Good. Trust the First Aid TM team to help you score your highest on this high-stakes exam. Not a paper book.

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First Aid for the Usmle: Condition is Very Good - no notes or highlights. They are not actual photos of the physical item for sale and should not be relied upon as a basis for edition or condition. Do not forget to read all this carefully! This is the digital version of the book and it is.

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Go to the link and download the book. PB Good. All pages are intact, and the c The spine may show signs of wear.

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