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Infectious Disease in a Box

Kloss & Bruce have a new project on the way: the successor to Tox in a Box! Preview some of those flash cards here.

Infectious Disease in a Box

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pancreatitis

Pancreatitus Mnemonic

Video flashcards return! If you haven’t subscribed to the youtube channel for updates, never fear. We share them here too! Today we’ve got a quick lecture on the medical student mnemonic for the causes of acute pacreatitis: I GET SMASHED. This mnemonic is often taught in the board review books and the only one medical students tend to remember is “S” for scorpion stings. Most causes (80%) of acute pancreatitis is from either alcohol or gall stones! Watch the video…

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inhalants

VIDEO SPECIAL: Inhalants Demonstration

Guys, we won’t lie. The contents of this video are something you will be unlikely to learn about in medical school or in residency. Use this knowledge for good, and learn about how drugs are inhaled in order to better recognize and treat patients when they come to you. This isn’t a video flashcard, this is a short lecture complete with Dr. Kloss (in the flesh) realistically demonstrating how inhalants are used depending on the substance. Adolescents are at especially…

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baclofen overdose

Video Flashcard: Baclofen Overdose

Baclofen is a central nervous system depressant used as a muscle relaxant in the treatment of multiple sclerosis, as well as for patients with spastic movements secondary to cerebral palsy or other spinal cord injury. But how can you catch an overdose? We’ll throw a review of the hypnosedative toxidrome into this one too! Watch the video below, and be sure to subscribe to the Youtube Channel for more videos!

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