Podcast Episode 75: Ten FREE PANCE and PANRE Audio Board Review Questions

10.03.2019 - By The Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast

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Welcome to episode 75 of the Audio PANCE and PANRE PA Board Review Podcast.

Join me as I cover ten PANCE and PANRE Board review questions from the SMARTYPANCE course content following the NCCPA™ content blueprint (download the FREE cheat sheet).

This week we will be covering ten general board review questions based on the NCCPA PANCE and PANRE Content Blueprints. 

Below you will find an interactive exam to complement the podcast.

The Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast

I hope you enjoy this free audio component to the examination portion of this site. The full board review includes over 2,000 interactive board review questions and is available to all members of the PANCE and PANRE Academy and Smarty PANCE.

* You can download and listen to past FREE episodes here, on iTunes, on Google Play Music or Stitcher Radio.* You can listen to the latest episode, take an interactive quiz and download your results below.

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Podcast Episode 75: Ten Question PANCE and PANRE Podcast Quiz

The following questions are linked to NCCPA Content Blueprint lessons from the Smarty PANCE and PANRE Board Review Website. If you are a member you will be able to log in and view this interactive video lesson.

1. A 5-year-old girl is brought to the emergency department after drinking a bottle of drain cleaner. It is unknown how much the child drank. She has a past medical history of Down syndrome and obesity. The patient’s vitals are unremarkable. Physical exam is notable for a child in no acute distress. She is tolerating her oral secretions and is interactive. Inspection of the oropharynx is unremarkable. Which of the following is the appropriate management of this patient?

* Dilute hydrochloric acid* Endoscopy* Intubation* Observation* Polyethylene glycol

2. A 27-year-old man presents to the emergency department after a motor vehicle collision.

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