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ALL NBME questions are noted by their test takers as being so VARIED...that is because of the sheer number of questions that they have and the number of people writing the questions. SO, some of the questions will be very direct and SHORT. AND others will be so LONG that you have to SCROLL down to read the entire QUESTION! Some questions I was told told seconds to answer, some took almost 6-7 minutes due to 20 different lab results they had to study! That said, here is one: ORIGINAL VALUE-MD CASE: A 16 year old patient named Thelma comes into your clinic with burns all over her body (1st and 2nd degree). After discussing with the family to rule out abuse (which you are required by law to do), you must start with what? Q2) Then, you note that her tetanus booster is two years ago, so what do you do? Q3) What two main bugs if asked are you worried about initially? Q4) So, the NBME and attending asks you what meds will you grab? Q5) Grab MORPHINE SULFATE FOR THE PAIN. But what do you be aware of before administering it? Q6) After NSAIDS (no questions here) what two antibiotics are recommended typically today in the USA in this case (AND YOU MAY HAVE OTHER CHOICES ON THE TEST AND IN LIFE--this is ONLY A GUIDE BUT A USEFUL ONE)?

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ALL NBME questions are noted by their test takers as being so VARIED...that is because of the sheer number of questions that they have and the number of people writing the questions.

SO, some of the questions will be very direct and SHORT.

AND others will be so LONG that you have to SCROLL down to read the entire QUESTION! Some questions I was told told seconds to answer, some took almost 6-7 minutes due to 20 different lab results they had to study!

That said, here is one:

ORIGINAL VALUE-MD CASE: A 16 year old patient named Thelma comes into your clinic with burns all over her body (1st and 2nd degree). After discussing with the family to rule out abuse (which you are required by law to do), you must start with what?


Q2) Then, you note that her tetanus booster is two years ago, so what do you do?


Q3) What two main bugs if asked are you worried about initially?


Q4) So, the NBME and attending asks you what meds will you grab?


Q5) Grab MORPHINE SULFATE FOR THE PAIN. But what do you be aware of before administering it?


Q6) After NSAIDS (no questions here) what two antibiotics are recommended typically today in the USA in this case (AND YOU MAY HAVE OTHER CHOICES ON THE TEST AND IN LIFE--this is ONLY A GUIDE BUT A USEFUL ONE)?

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