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USMLE Step 2 CS SP Challenges Challenging situations presented by the Standardized Patient (SP) during the the USMLE Step 2 CS Encounter.


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Question Can mother be present when we examine her child?

If the mother asks if she can be present when you exam her child, what do you say? (child is 4yrs old)
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Yes, can be present
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Thanks Peewee!
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no kids in cs right!!!!!!
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no kids in cs right!!!!!!
Exactly!! Last I heard there arent supposed to be pediatric SPs in the exam ! Their parents are their historians.

Someone please clarify this !!
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Stop No Kids in CS

No children in the CS exam.

Only parents.

Parents can be in the form of live interview in the room or over the phone.

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I think that in most cases mom will only distract the child from the exam.
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no pediatric examination in exam
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ya even though theres no peds examination, you can assure the parent that its ok for them to be present for the PE. there has been cases ive heard where they have older peds patients where they had to do PE on them
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yes, no paediatric
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