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NLM

Netware Loadable Module

NLM

(1) (NetWare Loadable Module) System and application software that ran in a NetWare server. Although NetWare servers stored DOS and Windows applications, they did not execute them. In order to run in a NetWare server, the programs, which were typically written in C, had to be recompiled into the NLM format using Novell's software libraries. NLMs were introduced with 32-bit NetWare 3.x, while the NLM equivalent for earlier 16-bit NetWare 2.x servers was the Value Added Process (VAP). See NetWare.

(2) (National Library of Medicine) See healthcare IT.
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28, 1956; Report on Meeting, March 17, 1958, MS C 471 (Public Health Service Hospitals historical collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, Md.)
National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD, 888/ FIND-NLM, 301/594-5983; http://www.nlm.nih.gov.
MEDLINE Plus Health Information: Vitamin and Mineral Supplements MEDLINE Plus Health Information is a service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, that provides information on health topics, including vitamin and mineral supplements..
"Beta-Adrenergic Blocking Agents (Ophthalmic)." Medlineplus Health Information, National Library of Medicine. Micromedex Inc.
Skila's clients will now also have access to MEDLINE, which is compiled and produced by the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland and includes bibliographic citations dating back to 1966 and more than 8 million records from more than 4,000 journals published in more than 70 countries.
CONTACT: Earthsafe and Wellness Technologies, (888)209-2808, www.earthwellness.com; The National Library of Medicine's TOXNET database (http://sis.nlm.nih.gov/sis1) can be searched for specific cleaner ingredients.
* National Library of Medicine's (NLM's) Internet Grateful Med is a computer system that allows users to search through 15 of the NLM's databases for bibliographic references and abstracts on medical and scientific information pertaining to rheumatic diseases, including treatments.
For example, Medline, now available free as PubMed (http://pubs.acs.org) is a large search engine developed by the National Library of Medicine, which contains the abstracts of articles of thousands of medical journals worldwide dating back several decades.
This will be quite a chore--the National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE database has more than 10 million references to health-science journal articles published since 1966, and it expands by about 7,300 references each week.
The absolute depths of routing is the system at the National Library of Medicine in Washington, D.C.
The Collection Development Manual of the National Library of Medicine, which establishes boundaries for the Library's permanent collection and provides a framework for the selection of biomedical materials, is changing its name to Collection Development Guidelines of the National Library of Medicine and moving to NLM's Bookshelf.

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