Jul 29, 2022
With just six months left for NEET PG 2023, the preparation of all aspiring candidates is in full swing. But what if we tell you there's a way to make your prep more productive and fruitful?
In addition to developing a thorough understanding of a subject, it's also vital to ensure that the learned material is rightly stored in the brain's recesses and can be swiftly pulled out when you finally appear for the exam.
Focused and planned preparation can help you enhance knowledge retention. So, during the final months of your prep, pay attention to the most important topics instead of poring over the entire study material of a subject. In this blog, you will find a list of high-yield topics for pediatrics that will cover you for the upcoming NEET PG 2023.
Every year, 15-20 questions in the NEET PG exam are asked from pediatrics. Therefore, PrepLadder, with the help of our expert faculty, Dr. Meenakshi Bothra, has come up with a list of high-yield topics for Pediatrics. Take a look.
Also Read: High Yield Topics for Pharmacology & Radiology
You can check out this video by Dr. Meenakshi Bother.
Interpret the anthropometric parameters
Important developmental milestones
Developmental implications of these milestones
Comparison between breast milk and cow's milk
Micronutrients and signs of their deficiency
SAM - Definition, complications
Kwashiorkor and Marasmus
Management of shock in children
Composition of various IV Fluids
Examples of inheritance patterns
Fragile X syndrome
Glycogen Storage Diseases- Von Gierke disease, Cory disease, Pompe disease, Mc Ardle disease
Amino Acid Disorders
Henoch Schonlein purpura
Fever with Rash diseases- Varicella, Measles, HFMD, rubella
HIV in children
Latest national immunization schedule
Vaccines recommended by IAP
Vaccines recommended for adolescents
Vaccines recommended for travel
Vaccination in special situations (unimmunized child or partially immunized child)
Open vial policy
Also Read: Breast Milk And Breast Feeding - NEET PG Pediatrics
Characteristics of a normal term neonate and preterm neonate
NRP - BMV
Kangaroo Mother Care- Components, benefits
Apgar Score & Silverman Score
RDS (Respiratory Distress Syndrome)
Chest X-Ray findings in congenital heart diseases
Case scenarios relating to diseases like coarctation of the aorta
Tetralogy of Fallot - 4 components, auscultation findings, chest X-ray findings, shunt surgery, management of cyanotic spells
RHD - Diagnostic criteria, Secondary prophylaxis of RHD
Chronic Hemolytic Anemia
Iron deficiency Anemia
Bleeding disorders - ITP, Wiskott Aldrich Syndrome
EA + TEF
Diarrhea (Acute & Persistent)
Most common organisms responsible for various respiratory disorders
IMNCI guidelines for acute respiratory infection in children
Foreign Body Aspiration
Nephrotic Syndrome & Nephritic Syndrome
Acute Kidney Injuries
Staging of CKD
Calculation on GFR
Neural Tube Defects & other congenital malformations
Hydrocephalus & its causes
Raised ICT - Management & Clinical features
Growth Hormone Deficiency
Rickets & Scurvy
Under 5 & Neonatal Mortality - Causes
Effects of various maternal drugs
In addition to all the above-mentioned high-yield topics, you must pay special attention to the topics asked in the last 3 Years of the PG entrance exam. Make sure you go through our QBank on the PrepLadder app and identify the questions asked in the previous three years. It would help if you revised the entire topic thoroughly for your NEET PG 2023 preparation.
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