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*NEW* Clinical Survival Guide

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What and Who is this for?

This survival guide is for pre-clinical students ready to start their clinical externship. This has a lot more features and requires a scrub student to induce clinical critical thinking. It is considered to be a clinical accountability workbook where the scrub student has to keep up with their surgical cases per week. It is advised to practice repetition to better aid the scrub student in the learning process of surgical procedures, instrumentations, and anything beyond the surgical basics. This is all done to ensure that once the scrub student graduates, he/she will have a much better understanding of mayo set-ups, instrumentations, surgical procedures, and much more.



Number of pages - 180 pages (front and back)

Dimensions - 8x5.5 inches

Folder Page

Clinical Workbook Surgical Planner

My First Day of Clinicals

Academic Roadmap

STG Checklist

20 Weeks or 5 Months of Clinical Rotation Tracker

Instrument Workbook Weekly

36 Pages of Preference Card Templates

Common Drugs Workbook

Patient Positioning Workbook

Common Incision Workbook

Exam Prep Sample Questions

Notes Sections

Weekly Motivational Quote




Prior to clinicals, review major tray instrumentations (see flashcards).

Practice your counts (see flashcards).

Go over the booklet and search the surgical case on Youtube. Use Surgical Notepads to take notes (see notepads).

Review Anatomy and Physiology. Surgeon might test you.

Without looking on the other side of the booklet, test yourself if you can recognize the instruments for the surgical case set-up.

Need more resource? Check out my Youtube Channel for in depth course on surgical case set-ups. 

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