nilimadaisy-blog  asked:

I will love to have all your study notes ,as I am also appearing final prof coming January 13th :( and I'm in dire need of help. P.s I am from india too. Means same subjects n same syllabus ;)

I haven’t made a lot of notes this year. But I have made sure whatever lil notes I have made are published on the blog, you can find them on the contents page here :)

Same syllabus, yaay! So we have Medicine, Surgery & Orthopedics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Peadiatrics, right?

Here’s the list. Hope it helps!

PeadiatricsDevelopmental milestones mnemonic: Copies, draws, scribbles!
Developmental milestones mnemonic: Pincer grasp
Pica mnemonic
Thumb sucking sequelae mnemonic
Hydrops fetalis mnemonic
Minor clinical problems observed in normal infants during first week of life illustration
Malnutrition: Waterlow Gomez classification menmonic
My low osmolarity ORS notes for MBBS exam and constituents of ORS mnemonicOral Rehydration Therapy
Management of nephrotic syndrome (Mnemonic + notes for MBBS exam)

SurgeryGastrointestinal system
Tumors of colon and various polyposis syndrome mnemonic
What is the cause of reversal of sleep wake pattern in patients with cirrhosis?
Choledochal cyst types mnemonic
Ransons criteria for prognosis of acute pancreatitis mnemonic
Cullen’s sign, Grey Turner’s sign and Fox’s sign seen in pancreatitis mnemonic
Child Pugh score mnemonic
Medical management of variceal bleeding mnemonic
♥ Clinical features of acute appendicitis mnemonic
Somatostatinoma mnemonic
Whipple’s triad mnemonic
Charcot’s triad mnemonic
Exception to Courvoisier’s law mnemonic
Saint’s triad mnemonic
Pyloric stenosis mnemonic
Hematemesis mnemonic
Risk factors for carcinoma stomach mnemonic
Treatment of bleeding peptic ulcer mnemonic
Sugiura Futagawa operation mnemonic
Surgery for acute bleeding varices and portal hypertension that cause portoazygos disconnection mnemonic
Treatment of upper gastrointestinal bleeding mnemonic
Intussusception mnemonic
Fistula in ano mnemonics
Abdominal anatomy mnemonics related to hernia
Surgery mnemonics
Genitourinary system:
Differentials of inguinoscrotal swelling
Treatment of carcinoma penis mnemonic
Unilateral and bilateral causes of hydronephrosis
Epidural anaesthesia mnemonic
Testicular tumors surgical management mnemonic
Paraumbilical hernia mnemonic
Fournier’s gangrene mnemonic
Thyroid eye signs mnemonic
Types of perforators of the lower limb mnemonic
Intermittent claudication notes
Treatment of Varicose veins mnemonic
What does flush ligation mean?MBBS surgery instruments mnemonic
OrthopeadicsFoot drop (Notes)
Injuries that can occur due to fall on outstretched hand mnemonic
Tuberculosis spine mnemonic
Types of sequestrum
Clinical features of tuberculosis spine mnemonic
Colles fracture mnemonic
Congenital Talipes Equinovarus (CTEV) and club foot surgical treatment mnemonic
Tuberculosis spine mnemonic (Potts disease)
Heberden’s and Bouchard’s Nodes Mnemonic
Bones that undergo avascular necrosis mnemonic

Obstetrics and Gynaecology
DeLancey supports of genital tract mnemonic
Semen report notes + mnemonic
What is the difference between menstrual regulation and vacuum evacuation?
Vaginal candidiasis (Candida infection) mnemonic
Fothergills repair or Manchester operation mnemonic
Hirsutism mnemonic
Dermoid cyst mnemonic
What is extra ovular space?
Breech delivery diagrams
Tests for ovulation mnemonic
Tocolytic agents mnemonic
Magnesium sulphate regimens for eclampsia and preeclampsia mnemonic
Total dose infusion formula (Haldane and Ganzoni) mnemonic
Hydatidiform mole (Complete vesicular mole) mnemonic
Tubal ectopic pregnancy mnemonic
What is the significance of pain during child birth?
Normal labor: Mechanism on dummy pelvis and mnemonics
Difference between partial and complete hydatidiform mole mnemonic
Quad screen results and trisomy mnemonicMinimum number of antenatal visits recommended by WHO mnemonicEngagement, synclitism and asynclitismPostpartum hemorrhage causes mnemonicLecithin–sphingomyelin ratio mnemonicPathophysiology and Medicine- Cardiac and vascular pathophysiology
Types of pulse mnemonic
Evaluating axis from ECG (Mnemonic)
Kawasaki disease mnemonic
Submissions: Mnemonic for arterial involvement in atherosclerosis
Baroreceptors mnemonic
Mean systemic filling pressure
Cardiac Output and Venous Return curve mnemonic
♥ Vasomotor reversal of Dale
Why does heart stop in diastole when plasma potassium level rises?
♥ Why are there differences in cardiac action potential in different parts of the heart?
Cardiac fast fibers and slow fibers - Why does a less negative membrane potential convert a normally fast fiber into a slow fiber?
Behind the scenes: Subendocardial fibres lack phase 1
♥ What are the factors affecting diastolic blood pressure?
Arteriovenous fistula - What happens to cardiac output and total peripheral resistance and why?
Investigations in renovascular hypertension
- Pulmonology (Respiratory)
Nail disorders, diagnosis and abnormalities due to systemic diseases mnemonic
Case scenarios: When you don’t give patients 100% O2 and why
Decompression sickness - Caisson’s disease
Ondine’s curse
Exudate & Transudate
Why lactate dehydrogenase in Light’s criteria?
♥ Obstructive and restrictive lung diseases
♥ Oxygen - hemoglobin dissociation curve mnemonic
Ghon’s complex in primary tuberculosis mnemonic
- Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary system (Abdomen)
Causes of hepatosplenomegaly mnemonic
Extraintestinal manifestations of inflammatory bowel disease mnemonic
Leptin thin. Ghrelin gobble. Mnemonic.
Ulcers of the stomach mnemonic
♥ Difference between primary biliary cirrhosis and primary sclerosing cholangitis mnemonic
♥ Difference between chronic atrophic gastritis type A and type B
- Hematology (Blood) and oncology
Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML) treatment mnemonic
♥ Hairy cell leukaemia simplified
French American British classification of Acute Myeloblastic Leukemia (AML types) mnemonic
Oxygen saturation mnemonic
Mechanism of Invasion of Tumor cells
Mantle cell lymphoma mnemonic
♥ Burkitts lymphoma mnemonic
Follicular lymphoma mnemonic
Hemolytic uremic syndrome mnemonic
Thalassemia blood picture mnemonic
Hemolytic face mnemonic
♥ Clotting factors mnemonic
The Rh factor
Difference between iron deficiency anemia and anemia of chronic disease
♥ How to remember lipoprotein disorders
- Reproduction
Which cell secretes what? Male reproductive system mnemonics
Which cell secretes what? A simplified ovarian cycle comic video
Which cell secretes what? A simplified ovarian cycle comic
- Nephrology (Renal)
Normal arterial blood gas values and serum electrolytes mnemonic
Clearance of inulin and para-aminohippuric acid mnemonic
♥ Free water clearance
Glomerular filtration rate formula and mnemonic
♥ What is the difference between prerenal failure & acute tubular necrosis?
♥ Darrow-Yannet Diagrams simplified
Darrow Yannet diagram: Doubt
- Endocrine
What happens in type 1 diabetes mellitus?
What happens in type 2 diabetes mellitus?
Hashimoto’s & Graves’ disease mnemonic
Intrinsic tyrosine kinase and receptor-associated tyrosine kinase mnemonic
Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia mnemonic
Treatment of thyrotoxic crisis mnemonic
What is the function of thyroid peroxidase?
Felty’s syndrome mnemonic
- Neurology (CNS)
Causes of ischemic stroke
Clinical manifestations of stroke within anterior circulation
Peripheral neuropathy definition and causes (MBBS notes)
Neurofibromatosis 1 mnemonic
Tuberous sclerosis mnemonic
Remembering the autonomic innervation of the bladder
Wernicke Korsakoff syndrome mnemonic
Cerebellar lesion clinical signs and symptoms mnemonic
Site of lesion of CNS disorders that cause involuntary movements mnemonic
The crossed paralyses: Millard-Gubler, Foville, Weber & Raymond-Cestan brainstem syndromes mnemonic
Multiple sclerosis mnemonic
Site of lesion of CNS disorders that cause involuntary movements mnemonic
Pilocytic astrocytoma
Pathology brain tumors mnemonic- Other
Neuromuscular (myoneural) junction
♥ Difference between Pemphigus vulgaris & Bullous pemphigoid mnemonic
Marfan’s syndrome
Collagen in wound healing & Ehlers-Danlos syndrome mnemonic
Kartageners syndrome
Bone talk - How to remember the most commons of bone tumors
Paget’s cells mnemonic
Surgeon Au

Oikawa- The hot neurosurgeon who is loved by all his patients.

Iwaizumi- The nurse who keeps Oikawa in line and eyes him like a hawk when he genuinely flirts with patients.

Kageyama- Head Orthopaedic surgeon who hangs out around the nursery BC he is stressed and babies are cute.

Natsu- Patient who has a terminal illness but is usually upbeat and loves to play with the doctors.

Hinata- Big brother of Natsu who is at the hospital all day from the start of visiting hours to the end because he wants to spend as much time with her as possible.

Tsukkishima- The patient who comes in for chronic back pain and there is probably something genuinely wrong with him but no one can figure out what it is.

Daichi- Cardio surgeon that is the chief of surgery.

Yamaguchi- Intern that wants to go into cardio and studies under Daichi

Nishinoya- Well reknowned cardio surgeon who scares his wet nurses when he’s super quiet and in the zone of his work.

Narita- Priest that comes in every day to pray for the wounded and ill. Most doctors are sceptical of him but he’s a genuinely nice guy.

Asahi- Patient that comes into the emergency room at least once a month because he hurt himself from being too clumsy.

Ennoshita- Intern for orthopaedics, currently living with Kinnoshita.

Kinnoshita- Rich med student that won’t stop asking Ennoshita questions.

Kiyoko- Nurse that everyone likes but is afraid to go near. She’s good friends with Yachi though.

Yachi- Peadiatric surgeon who has become close friends with Kiyoko. She talks to Kageyama a lot because he hangs around the nursery and the first time she saw him there she thought he’d scare the babies.

Bokuto- Patient who was fucking around and tried to launch himself off of the roof so now he has cracked ribs and some internal bleeding.

Kuroo- Helped Bokuto try and launch himself off the roof and regrets it 100℅ and is super worried but the nurses keep telling him Bokuto will be fine.

Kenma- Usually seen with Hinata at the hospital. People don’t seem to notice him as much, but he doesn’t mind. Let’s Natsu play his ps3 or ds whenever she wants.

Tanaka- No one knows who he is but everyday without fail he brings Kiyoko her favourite lunch.

Lev- Intern and wants to go into Peadiatrics.

Yaku- Head of Peadiatrics and keeper of Lev.

Ukai- Cafeteria manager

Takeda- Journalist who is often kicked out of the hospital for disturbing patients. He always apologizes though.

anonymous asked:

How many CPR certificates do you have?

I have 4 in which I train almost monthly. BLS, AED, PBLS and ALS.

BLS - Basic Life Support
AED - Automatic External Defibrillator
PBLS - Peadiatric Basis Life Support
ALS - Advanced Life Support


Ever wonder what that is? Well, its a condition of the neck where it’ll be “naturally” positioned in a rotation and side flexed. Basically, malpositioning of the head during preganancy, causes injury to the sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscle. When injury happens, naturally our body will act to heal it, however in this case, re-injury happens d/t the sustained posture therefore fibrous tumor would form at the SCM muscles. this stimulates healthy myoblasts to degenerate resulting in production of excessive collagen by the fibroblasts. End result? Contracture of the SCM.

Obvious impairments would be reduced ROM of the neck for the ipsilateral rotation and contralateral lateral flexion and muscle tightness which also affects hyoids, tongue and facial muscle. It is also impossible to maintain midline alignment of the head with the torso. Prolonged or untreated condition could also lead to scoliosis and facial asymmetry. 

As usual, physiotherapy treatment would be stretching of the tightened muscles. Besides that, babies grow up with stimulation. therefore, it is crucial to always stimulate them from the side that they neglected d/t the impairments. Personally, i think that this would also help the baby try to overcome the tightness themselves. Positioning should also be implement and teach to the parents for home -based treatment. Once, full ROM achieved more education and re-training of normal function have to be done as child may adapt to limitations they had. This includes symmetrical movement of the limbs, propping, rolling and symmetrical weight bear.All this treatment are done by stimulation. 

Perhaps on another notice, i’d talk specifically on treatment. :)