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    5 Must-Watch Pediatric Board Review Videos

    Did you watch these videos from our YouTube Channel this year? Because your peers sure did! They were the most-watched pediatric exam video snippets.

    Before we launch into the top FREE videos from our pediatric lecture snippets on YouTube, we'd like to point out that video is a great review format because:

    • Seeing expert physician educators in action makes the information really stick in your brain
    • Viewing medical images and session slides helps bring the lesson to life
    • Answering the Audience Response Questions along with the lecture reinforces must-know information
    • Watching the videos at your own pace gives you a completely flexible review

    And now, without further ado, here are the top pediatric examination video snippets physicians watched in 2023. (Drumroll, please!) 


    1. Serotonin Syndrome and Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome | Emergency Medicine & Maltreatment 

    Emergency Medicine & Maltreatment snippet from MedStudy's YouTube Channel

    With every Pediatrics Video Board Review we release, we also put “snippets” of the sessions on YouTube—and those undoubtedly become our most-watched videos. This video snippet from our 2023-2024 Pediatrics Video Board Review was presented by Victoria W. Ovalle, MD, on Serotonin Syndrome and Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome. 


    2. Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) | Cardiology

    Cardiology snippet from MedStudy's YouTube Channel

    In this snippet, we catch Dr. Michael Ralston in the middle of his cardiology lecture where he discusses Patent Ductus Arteriosus. 


    3. Malnutrition | Nutrition

    Nutrition snippet from MedStudy's YouTube Channel

    In the next pediatrics video in the 2023 countdown, we have Mark R. Corkins, MD's nutrition lecture. He discusses malnutrition and includes slides with images, charts, and must-know information. 


    4. Hypernatremia | Nephrology

    Nephrology snippet from MedStudy's YouTube Channel

    Beth A. Vogt, MD discusses symptoms, causes, key points, and more in her pediatrics video lecture on Hypernatremia. 


    5. Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD) | Pulmonary Medicine

    Pulmonary Medicine snippet from MedStudy's YouTube Channel

    Our pediatric pulmonary medicine physician educator Alexander I. Gipsman, MD, gives a lecture on Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD). Review pathophysiology, clinical features, triggers, diagnosis, treatment, and more.  


    In general, we post videos to YouTube that will help you study for boards (like the above!), including actual sessions from our peds review course. You'll also find useful videos with study tips, how to submit your CME, and more. Why? Because we love making videos that help you study stronger! So subscribe to our YouTube channel to get updates when we post new videos. 

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