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User Reviews for The Clinical Problem SolversReviews: 42Avg. Rating: 10/10
So helpful!! Thanks for all this!
'Helpful and concise'
'(Fourth-year medical student rotating in the ICU) Thoughtfully-organized schema for workup of common chief complaints/lab
findings; good for assembling a differential and avoiding anchoring on a specific diagnosis. Definitely worth the $10, wish I
would have known about this a year ago.'
'Getting better and better'
'This is already incredibly helpful and I imagine it will only continue to improve as they upload more diagnostic schema and
illness scripts. \n\nHighly recommend!'
'Incredible learning tool!!'
'Who needs to research teaching points when you can bring these up on rounds?? This is WELL worth the price! \nIt’s like the
price of a cheap lunch just do it.'
'Super helpful for my PGY-1 year. Love the pod!'
'New intern and schemas v helpful for approaching problems by diagnosis'
'Love the schemas!'
'I’m a med student, and I love listening to CPS. I also love this app! It’s so easy to pull up a schema and just get a
framework in my mind for coming up with my DDX and directing my other learning. Thank you and keep adding schemas!'
'Incredible resource for practicing and teaching clinical reasoning'
'Best medical podcast out there'
'Amazing cases and thorough discussions and reasoning. I learn so much from listening to CPS!'
'Excellent for differential on the go.\nSchemas are gold !!!!'
'Problem solvers rock'
'Great energy make learning fun and friendly'
'Great content and learning resource'
'Great and fun way to learn... love it!!'
'Love the CPSolvers; have learned so much from them as a medical student. The app is great for keeping diagnostic schemas handy!'
'Best app for diagnostic medicine. Very easy to use. I use it all the time!'
'Great podcast with a pretty good app'
'I love the podcast and wish it had been around when I was in medical school. The app is pretty good, but I think it needs to be
used in conjunction with the podcast. Otherwise, the schemata are much too vague as written. Regardless, listen to the podcast!'
'This app is perfect for a thorough Ddx right at your fingertips. Additionally, the CPS have one of the best podcasts out there
too! Perfect for critical thinking and improving your diagnostic reasoning skills.'
'Handy tool to have around especially when you’re working in multiple settings'
'This app is easy to navigate and great for getting knowledge to improve patient care.'
'Fantastic app with links to clinical problem solvers website and their tweetorials.'
'A must have for residents!'
'The CPS\' methodology in approaching a problem is excellent. A must have in wards!'
'Very helpful, hoping for more!'
'Would love to see this library expand'
You guys are revolutionizing medicine. Thanks mentors ??
'You guys are revolutionizing medicine. Thanks mentors ??'
'You guys are revolutionizing medicine. Thanks mentors ❤️'
'Worth the money for easy access to schemas and convenient tweetorial links'
'What an outstanding app for anyone interested in clinical reasoning and to be a better diagnostician!'
'Extremely helpful for mental repetitions! Used this routinely during my 3rd and 4th years of medical school. Need more humility
like this while also pursuing excellence in medicine!'
'Filled with helpful schema, to complement an amazing podcast.'
'I love these guys. I listen to these pod casts and use the app daily. The systematic way they proceed through differentials makes
the whole diagnosis problem more straightforward. Can’t say enough good things about this app and the podcast. Highly recommend
for all levels of training.'
'Sleek, intuitive, rapidly accessible'
'Unlike so many other “point of care” apps, this app allows near-immediate access to the information you need with minimal
clicks. No screen freezing or inevitable content update you have to awkwardly wait for. As anyone on a busy inpatient service will
tell you, even minor delays will easily ma
'Great on the go resource'
'Awesome companion to the podcast! Great resource to quickly review a schema to prep for teaching or for personal learning. Format
and design is sleek and user friendly.'
'Great minds think to solve!!!'
'This is a product of prodigies synced in one brilliant app which anyone who is simply seeking well organized, to the point and
precise answers would revere. They warn you it should not be used as a medical device, I beg to differ, but don’t take my words
'Everything I dreamed of'
'I’ve started moonlighting again and I have forgotten everything about internal medicine. With this app I feel that I have a
security blanket underneath me. I have used a schema on everything single patient I’ve admitted and it has led to the correct
diagnosis each time. Thank you!!'
'Love the graphics and frameworks to the common problems in medicine.'
'The perfect app!'
'Perfect for NPs, residents and attendings. Easy to retrieve schemas, link to podcast episodes, and give feedback! Honestly I
expected nothing less from this brilliant group of physicians.'
'Worth the Listen'
'Love their frameworks to common problems in medicine. With captivating graphics and well articulated verbiage, this is useful to
any learner of internal medicine.'
'Brilliant schemas in your pocket.'
'✅ Check the schema for a key chief complaint while walking to the ED for that H and P to make sure you cover your bases.
\n\n✅Supplement your approach to a problem in morning report. \n\n✅Have a handy teaching guide for that chalk talk you’re
giving on hyponatremia. \n\nHaving all the CPSol
'Brilliant schemas in your pocket.'
'? Check the schema for a key chief complaint while walking to the ED for that H and P to make sure you cover your bases.
\n\n?Supplement your approach to a problem in morning report. \n\n?Have a handy teaching guide for that chalk talk you
Brilliant schemas in your pocket.
? Check the schema for a key chief complaint while walking to the ED for that H and P to make sure you cover your bases.
?Supplement your approach to a problem in morning report.
?Have a handy teaching guide for that chalk talk you
'Great way to bring the brilliance of their podcast to a handy app.'
Not yet ready
My initial impression is that the price exceeds the content, which is limited but reported to be growing. A more appropriate model
would be to have a lower price until the product has matured, then charge the current price. Good quality but insufficient
quantity of information in the app. I look for
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