The Digital Whiteboard series is a tool to pull together important information from fairly specific topics into “one pagers” that can be quickly revisited over and over again. The Whiteboards range from simple collections of information, to diagnostic aid flow charts, to sketches and mnemonics (some a little more…crude… than others).
The Whiteboards themselves have a general theme when it comes to text colors.
Black – Standard information
Brown – Physical exam findings
Blue – Blood work, labs, and imaging
Pink – Histopathology
Purple – Treatments and pharmacology
Red – Vital information and memory hooks.
Hopefully this setup will help you understand what you should immediately begin to think for a given subject. At a glance, you should be able to see whether a pathology is mostly diagnosed clinically or through lab tests and imaging, or whether or not it has a complicated treatment regimen. Once you find the subject you would like to study, simply download the Whiteboards you want directly from the site and get to studying!
Beta Blocker Usage and Adverse Effects
Reading the Cardiac Cycle
Advanced ECG Reading
Tetrology of Fallot
Serum Antibodies – Sensitivities
Corticosteroid Routes of Administration
Diabetes Medications – Mechanisms of Action
Medications for Heavy Metal Toxicities
Congenital Malformations of the GI Tract
Neoplasms of the Upper Alimentary Canal
Neoplasms of the Lower Alimentary Canal
The “Big Four” Atypical Pneumonia
Bacterial Protein Synthesis Inhibitors
HAART Treatment for HIV
Chlamydia vs Gonorrhea
Fungal Opportunistic Infections
Degenerative Disorders and Dementia
Childhood CNS Neoplasms
Adult CNS Neoplasms
Motor Disorder/Parkinson Drugs
Lung Tumors by Location
Endometrial and Ovarian Tumors
Diagnosis of Ovarian Neoplasms
Diagnosis of Breast Neoplasms
Diagnosis of Testicular Tumors
Common Drugs for Reproductive Pathologies
Nonviable Pregnancies, aka Spontaneous Abortions
edit: PoC = products of conception
Myasthenia Gravis Subtypes and Associations
The MockDocs Digital White Board series is an original formulation by the author. All rights reserved.