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MEDLINE

The online medical database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) whose parent is the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. MEDLINE contains millions of articles from thousands of medical journals and publications. The consumer section of the site (http://medlineplus.gov) is advertising-free and offers drug information, interactive patient tutorials, clinical trial links and an illustrated medical encyclopedia.
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Because most respondents used more than one information resource, one of which was MEDLINE, our analysis required us to explore various combinations of resources that included MEDLINE, rather than simply focusing on MEDLINE alone.
Having stable websites could help the journals publish online on time, increasing their chances acceptance into MEDLINE.
Donna Hull, ASAE director of publications says, "Having the journal covered by MEDLINE will help bring JASH to the attention of many in the health fields who might otherwise overlook this valuable information.
If you need all NLM files or if you want to expand to European sources, DIMDI's free MEDLINE is a good choice.
While there is little information about MEDLINE use by dental hygienists, surveys have shown that dental hygienists value continuing education and support laws mandating continuing education for relicensure.
According to the announcement, MEDLINE+ offers these additional benefits to the MEDLINE database: nearly 11 million citations including many brand new records; added fields and field-specific indexes, including a browsable Author index and an improved Journal Name field; weekly updates, accessible on the Internet service as soon as they become available; and dynamic links to electronic journals, holdings, and document delivery using SilverLinker.
According to the announcement, the content alliance allows Skila subscribers to research and order articles from MEDLINE, the world's largest database of published medical literature.
Consumers now search MEDLINE to find information about their own health.
For example, both the "text word" and "title/abstract" field codes search different combinations of fields in PubMed and Ovid MEDLINE, despite using the same terminology.
The software analyzes MEDLINE abstracts to identify and evaluate statistical relationships among biomedical terms such as names of genes, phenotypes, drugs, and diseases.
PreMEDLINE provides basic citation information and abstracts before the citation is indexed with NLM's MeSH heading and added to MEDLINE.
PreMEDLINE is the National Library of Medicine's (NLM) in-process database for MEDLINE.