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Pediatric Board Question / 2 week old infant with tachypnea

Pediatric Board Question / 2 week old infant with tachypnea

Posted by Stuart C. Silverstein, MD, FAAP Author " Laughing Your Way to Passing the Pediatric Boards " ( R) on Oct 13th 2021

Today's Pediatric Vignette is about a previously normal 2 -week old infant born full term via normal spontaneous vaginal delivery.  In addition he is feeding less frequently and duration of feeds … read more
Pediatric Board Sample Question Heel Pain

Pediatric Board Sample Question Heel Pain

Posted by Stuart Silverstein, MD, FAAP on Oct 11th 2021

The picture is most consistent with a plantar wart. A common presentation in clinical practice as well as Pediatric Board Exams  is heel pain where  the parent suspects the child steppe … read more
The American Board of Pediatrics Support Center

The American Board of Pediatrics Support Center

Posted by Stuart Silverstein, MD, FAAP author of Laughing Your Way to Passing the Pediatrics - 2022 on Sep 28th 2021

Are you closing out your MOCA quarter on September 30th and anticipate having last minute question?  However you are a busy Pediatrician who is not working 9-5 and can't get a call in to th … read more
6 Ways to Ease the Day of the Pediatric Board Exam

6 Ways to Ease the Day of the Pediatric Board Exam

Posted by Stu Silverstein, MD, FAAP on Sep 17th 2021

6 Ways to Ease the Day of the Pediatric Board Certification ExamIf you are not familiar with taking an exam at a Prometric ® Center or even if you are, there are some important things to keep in min … read more