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Searching PubMed: Working with MeSH terms

PubMed is a beautifully complex resource, and often I’m asked to give pointers on searching it more efficiently. Below, I’ve created an intro to MeSH terms, the indexing system that makes PubMed tick. 24 more words

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Tips for Better PubMed Searches

PubMed is one of those tools that everyone uses but not everyone uses it well.  Usually your enthusiasm for investigating the search results will wane after the third or fourth page of results. 477 more words

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Plague ordinances further specified how those who had died of plague should be buried and what should be done with their personal possessions—clothing and bedding could be burned, for example. 787 more words

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video tutorial para el uso de Pubmed, dar click aqui ¿Como realizar busquedas en PubMed?

¿Qué es PubMed?

El sistema de búsqueda PubMed es un proyecto desarrollado por la National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) en la National Library of Medicine (NLM). 

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Gastrinoma

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Gastrinoma Classification and external resources
Micrograph of a neuroendocrine tumour of the stomach. H&E stain. ICD-O: M8153/1 DiseasesDB 14279 eMedicine med/2678 MeSH

Getting the Most From PubMed

PubMed is an indispensible resource for scientists engaged in drug discovery and medical research.  However, getting useful results from it can be a hit-or-miss proposition some times when your query returns thousands of results. 639 more words

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"Pharmacological Action" in PubMed has no True Equivalent in OVID MEDLINE

Searching for EMBASE Subject Headings (the EMBASE index terms) for drugs is relatively straight forward in EMBASE.

When you want to search for aromatase inhibitors you first search for the Subject Heading mapping to aromatase inhibitors (aromatase inhibitor). 558 more words

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