by Kevin Pei, MD

Learn everything about surgery online!

Surgery is a major part of your medical exams as well as daily practice. Follow your tutor Kevin Pei as he explains fundamental high–yield facts you have to understand to become an excellent doctor.

Dr. Kevin Pei is a Board certified assistant Professor of General Surgery and Trauma at Yale New Haven Hospital and also the winner of the C Elton Cahow Teaching Award in 2015. He will review the diagnosis establishment, disease mechanisms, initial steps in management, causes, pathogens and prevention in terms of the Step 2 and Surgery Shelf exam.

This course covers the following:

  • General Surgery
  • Trauma
  • Sepsis
  • Special Surgery

Don't miss out on the chance to deepen your knowledge of these essential concepts with the help of a specialist in this field. Lecturio also provides you with downloadable material, clinical pearls and valuable mnemonics, so your fear of any exam questions will disappear.

Stop worrying about the right preparation now and start studying with Lecturio!

Course Details

  • Videos 99
  • Duration 7:43 h
  • Quiz questions 204
  • Topic reviews 40


Your Educators of course Surgery

 Kevin Pei, MD

Kevin Pei, MD

Dr. Kevin Pei is Assistant Professor of Surgery at Yale School of Medicine, Associate Director of Surgery Clerkships and Associate Director of Resident Education at the Yale Center for Medical Simulation. He is passionate about curriculum development and improving patient outcomes through creative education and simulation.

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By Abby R. on 14. April 2017 for Ventral and Incarcerated Hernias

much more details on the diagnosis could have been provided....on the whole I really pleased to find a website like this....please continue to develop the site...its really good

Criteria for Head CT
By Hamed S. on 29. March 2017 for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

I would have love to learn further about the criteria for performing a head CT eg Canadian Head CT Criteria or others that may be appropriate to guide decision for head CT

Break down of management according SA affected
By Hamed S. on 29. March 2017 for Burns

I would have loved to learn how the management of burns differs according to the SA affected. Moreover, a discussion on chemical and electrical burns would have also been fantastic

LCIS, Choice between FNA and CNB
By Hamed S. on 29. March 2017 for Malignant Breast Diseases

It would have been good to talk about LCIS as well as DCIS particular as the management differs. Also no discussion of the choice between FNAs and CNB in regards to sensitivity and specificity.

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