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Which of the following is NOT an acronym for EASE methodology to answer any USMLE question?
A 32-year-old female presents to the emergency department with urinary frequency. Patient states she has been having urinary frequency, urgency, right flank pain, and dysuria for 1 week. The patient’s Blood pressure is 80/40, HR 145, Temp. 104, RR 34. The patient was diagnosed by the physician with acute pyelonephritis. Which of the following is a code switch that you must recognize in the question?
A 18 year-old female is being evaluated for shortness of breath. For the last 3 months she has had shortness of breath and wheezing with exercise and intermittent coughing at night. She reports waking up from sleep coughing 1-2 times per month. She now skips workouts because of her symptoms. She denies any coughing, chest tightness, or shortness of breath on the day of her visit. On exam, her lungs are clear to auscultation bilaterally, with normal inspiratory to expiratory duration ratio. Her pulmonary function tests (PFTs) show normal FEV1 and FVC based on her age, gender, and height. She is told to inhale a medication, and her PFTs are repeated, now showing a FEV1 79% of her previous reading. The patient is diagnosed with asthma. Which of the following medications was used to diagnose the patient?
When attempting to answer this type of question , which of the following is the first step is answering the questions?
You read a USMLE question using the EASE method and you attempt to answer the question. Which method is best way to approach picking your final answer?
Why is important to use the highlight functionality when answering USMLE questions?