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Medical Dictionaries & Databases

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Databases
  • POPLINE (Regularly Updated)
    The world's largest bibliographic database on population, family planning, and related issues, is now available free of charge on the Internet; all 280,000 citations, representing published and unpublished literature, can be accessed.
    From InfoforHealth.org
  • ClinicalTrials.gov (Regularly Updated)
    Provides regularly updated data about federally and privately supported clinical research in human volunteers, including information about a trial's purpose, who may participate, locations, and contact info.
    From U.S. National Institutes of Health
  • DIRLINE -- Directory of Health Organizations Online (Regularly Updated)
    A searchable database of national and local health organizations, with contact information.
    From National Library of Medicine
  • HighWire (Regularly Updated)
    A searchable database of news and research in the life sciences -- many abstracts (and some full-text articles) available for free.
    From Library of the Sciences and Medicine, Stanford University
  • National Database for Anti-HIV Compounds (Regularly Updated)
    Brief technical information on HIV/AIDS medications and classes of medications, available alphabetically or through a search engine -- also, information on the HIV life cycle, viral targets and cellular targets.
    From National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
  • NLM Gateway (Regularly Updated)
    Allows users to search for citations of medical studies in multiple retrieval systems at the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
    From National Library of Medicine
  • PubMed (Regularly Updated)
    A search engine providing access to citations (as well as many abstracts and full-text articles) of biomedical research going back to the mid-1960s.
    From National Library of Medicine
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