Online Modules: Ethics and Nutrition:
These were created so that you could learn on your own time and at your own pace. They should be taken seriously, even though there is no grade associated with them. Faculty and residents expect you to be familiar with these concepts as you care for your patients
Cope’s Early Diagnosis of the Acute Abdomen
General Surgery Essentials by Peter Lawrence, 4th Ed.)
NMS Case Files in General Surgery
Pre-Test for General Surgery
Kaplan Review for General Surgery
Mont Reid Handbook
The Washington University Handbook
Place emphasis on diagnosis/workup/management. Less on actual surgeries.
Approach to a blunt trauma patient with decreased level of consciousness.
Approach to a blunt trauma patient with spine fracture and neurological deficit.
Approach to patient with penetrating trauma to the neck.
Approach to blunt trauma patient with widened mediastinum
Approach to a blunt trauma patient with abdominal pain (both normotensive, then hypotensive). Now switch it to penetrating trauma.
Approach to patient with a pelvic fracture (both stable and unstable hemodynamics)
Approach to patient with penetrating trauma to extremity. Now blunt trauma with decreased pulses.
Approach to a burned patient. First in outside fire, then trapped in car.
Approach to patient who was found down in January and is hypothermic, now frostbite only.
Approach to patient who was involved in a building collapse and crushed.
Approach to a patient with facial trauma
Source: https://www.medschool.lsuhsc.edu/surgery/docs/Surgical%20Clerkship%20Survivial%20Guide%209th%20Ed.pdf Captured on May 1, 2021