A Breakthrough Memory Tool for Pediatrics Residency

2016-17 Peds Flash Cards

Lock in pediatrics knowledge essential for success in residency
Our flash cards test your ability to recognize and differentiate myriad details in syndromes and diseases and help you commit them to memory. Different from Q&A exercises, Pediatrics Flash Cards present you with a question or presentation on the front, and the correct answer on the reverse

Master the many fine points of pediatric:

  • Cases
  • Histories
  • Labs
  • Tests
  • Diseases
  • Syndromes
  • Diagnoses
  • Treatments
  • Fundamental facts

Choose from two formats: printed cards or our new online application.

Up to 100 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
CME Designation Statement
MedStudy designates this enduring material for a maximum of 100 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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2016–2017 Pediatrics Flash Cards

852 flash cards


Choose format:

Online access available until product’s CME expires on 9/15/18.

No refunds or exchanges on online products.

Additional Resources for Residency Training

Study at home or on the go!

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Read and Identify

Read the scenario, facts, or question on the front of the card. Consider pertinent details provided. Determine the answer.

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Flip and Verify

On the back of the card you’ll find a short explanation and clarifying details.

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Shuffle and Review

You can select cards by topic or shuffle the cards randomly for a more challenging review.

Our Integrated System

Pediatrics Product relationship

The components of MedStudy’s board review system are designed to work both individually and in concert with one another.

Available online or in printed cards—which is right for you?

Online cards are best if:

  • You enjoy the app feel in learning materials
  • You don’t like to carry printed cards
  • You want to access flash cards on your mobile devices
2016-17 Peds Flash Cards

Printed cards are best if:

  • You like the look and feel of quality, hard stock paper cards
  • You work and trade cards with study partners
  • You don’t have access to a mobile device