2018–2019 Edition

Our Best Pediatrics Flashcards Yet

Peds Flashcards - Print and Digital

Reinforce essential pediatrics knowledge

A perennial favorite, our Pediatrics Flashcards have been thoroughly updated with the latest guidelines and new features for even better review on the go. Self-test your ability to recognize and differentiate myriad details in pediatrics syndromes and diseases. Great for board review or to keep up to date on the latest standards of care for your practice. Our 2018–2019 release includes a number of significant improvements, including:

  • 240 more cards than our previous edition
  • 50 “make your own” blank cards for personalized review
  • Topics restructured to correspond to the new ABP Content Outline
  • Online product features all-new user interface and functionality and improved integration with our Q&A Premium product

Pediatrics Flashcards
2018–2019 Edition

Our flashcards reflect every specialty and subspecialty featured in the newly released 8th Edition Pediatrics Core, allowing you to self-test on every ABP Content Outline topic. Cross-references to the Core are included on each card.

Master the many fine points of pediatric:

  • Cases
  • Histories
  • Labs
  • Tests
  • Diseases
  • Syndromes
  • Diagnoses
  • Treatments
  • Fundamental facts
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Pediatrics Flashcards
2018–2019 Edition

1088 printed cards, including 50 “make your own” blank cards, in a flip-top box with tabbed dividers
Interactive online Flashcards Premium featuring 1038 digital cards

CME credits and MOC points available.


Access is granted on date of activation and ends after 12 months. CME expires on 8/1/20. No refunds or exchanges on online products.

Study at home or on the go!

Read and Identify

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

Flip and Verify

On the back of the card you’ll find a short explanation and clarifying details you’ll need to remember for the exam, and for your practice.

Shuffle and Review

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

Peds Vitals

Pediatrics Vitals

Our redefined package includes our three core study and self-testing components in both print and digital formats, along with a pass guarantee.*

  • Pediatrics Core in print and digital
  • Edge for Pediatrics digital book (online access)
  • Board-Style Q&A Premium (special 24-month online access)
  • Pediatrics Flashcards in print and premium (12-month online access)
  • Our Pass Guarantee*


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

Online cards are best if:

  • You want to access flashcards on your mobile devices
  • You want to be able to track/report on your progress
  • You want to integrate flashcard and Q&A Premium study
  • You want to be able to easily make notes and bookmarks
Peds Flashcards Print

Printed cards are best if:

  • You don’t have access to a mobile device
  • You like the look and feel of quality, hard stock paper cards
  • You work and trade cards with study partners
  • You want to be able to add “make your own” cards to the mix

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.

Note for online format: Credits for this enduring material are earned per subscription year, not to exceed 100 hours in a 12-month period.

Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the activity, with individual assessments of the participant and feedback to the participant, enables the participant to earn 100 MOC points in the American Board of Pediatrics’ (ABP) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABP MOC credit.

Note: Customers may claim ABP MOC once the maximum number of MOC points have been achieved. Partial credit may not be claimed or reported to the American Board of Pediatrics.