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This guide offers tools and resources for finding health-related information in emergency medicine at NYU Langone Health.
Last Updated: Nov 9, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Searching the Literature Guide

Use this guide to help build a search strategy, use biomedical databases, document your search strategy, and organize your literature.



Search multiple clinical information resources simultaneously including UpToDate, Lexicomp, Access Medicine, PubMed and Cochrane Systematic Reviews:

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Find Clinical Information

  • UpToDate
    Evidence-based clinical summaries. More than 5,100 physician authors, editors and peer reviewers use a rigorous editorial process to synthesize the most recent medical information.
  • Clin-eguide
    Evidence-based clinical topic summaries, drug information, drug interaction checker, and diagnostic tools
  • First Consult
    Evidence-based clinical summaries, differential diagnoses, and procedures
  • TRIP Database
    Brings together key evidence-based healthcare resources including evidence based, guidelines, general peer-reviewed journals, query-answering services, specialist peer-reviewed journals, e-textbooks, medical images and patient information leaflets.
  • UCentral
    Provides access to the eight resources, including 5-Minute Clinical Consult, Diagnosaurus 2.0, and Harrison's Manual of Medicine

Find Drug Information

  • Micromedex
    Drug information, drug interactions, dosing information, comparisons, toxicology, and calculators.
  • Lexicomp
    Drug information, drug interactions, dosing information, comparisons, toxicology and calculators.
  • Epocrates Online Premium
    Evidence-based clinical summaries, disease information, drug information, drug interaction checker, pill identifier, and more.

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