Physician assistants typically do the following:
Work under the supervision of a physician or surgeon; Review patients’ medical histories;
Do physical exams to check patients’ health; Order and interpret diagnostic tests, such as x rays or blood tests; Make preliminary diagnoses concerning a patient’s injury or illness;
Provide treatment, such as setting broken bones and giving immunizations; Counsel patients and their families; for example, answering questions about how to care for a child with asthma;
Prescribe medicine, when needed; Record a patient’s progress; Complete insurance paperwork
500 unique questions cover the following topics:
History Taking & Performing Physical Examinations; Using Laboratory & Diagnostic Studies;
Formulating Most Likely Diagnosis; Health Maintenance; Clinical Intervention; Pharmaceutical Therapeutics; Applying Basic Science Concepts
Cardiovascular; Dermatologic; EENT(Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat); Endocrine; gastrointestinal/Nutritional; Genitourinary; Hematologic; Infectious Diseases; Musculoskeletal;
Neurologic System; Psychiatry/Behavioral; Pulmonary; Reproductive
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Questions are Situational and Complex. No Easy Questions, NO True/False Questions
Exams of varying levels of difficulty. Depth of Questions and Answers. Question and answer choices can be "wordy"- at times
Explanations: The rationale of the correct answer is explained to help you understand why the answer is correct.
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