DynaMed PlusThis link opens in a new windowThis up-to-date and evidence-based clinical decision support tool provides health care providers with concise, practical answers to clinical questions at the point of care.
PubMed@WayneThis link opens in a new windowPubMed is a project developed by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), located at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)--Overview. NLM's search service to access the 9 million citations in MEDLINE and Pre-MEDLINE (with links to participating on-line journals), and other related databases --Home page.
VisualDXThis link opens in a new windowA diagnostic decision support system designed by clinicians to aid medical professionals in the diagnosis of visually identifiable diseases. Provides instant access to specialist knowledge at the point of care, merging medical images with concise clinical text. Includes more than 18,000 images representing over 1,000 visually identifiable diseases, drug reactions, and infections. As the clinician enters specific patient findings, VisualDx creates a visual differential diagnosis. The clinician enters symptoms and other clinical findings, such as lesion type, body location, medical history, medications, etc. With each entry, the system builds and refines the differential, never eliminating a diagnostic possibility but ranking each one by relevance to the patient findings. VisualDx displays images and key clinical information on all relevant diagnoses for a quick side-by-side comparison to the patient. Intended not to substitute, but to complement traditional medical information sources.
JoVE - Journal of Visualized ExperimentsThis link opens in a new windowThe Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) is a peer reviewed video journal, indexed in PubMed and devoted to the publication of biological, medical, chemical and physical research. The current subscription to JoVE General , the most comprehensive of the six sections. The section, JoVE Basic Protocols, is freely available. Additional sections are available with individual subscription and are also freely available in PubMed Central with 24 month embargo.