Sunday, 3 January 2010

Medical Onlinene Information:e-Medicine

eMedicine claims to be: ''... the most authoritative and accessible point of care medical reference available to physicians and other health care professionals on the Internet''

The evidence-based content, updated regularly by more than 8,000 attributed physician or health care provider authors and editors, provides the latest practice guidelines in 38 clinical areas. The eMedicine Clinical Knowledge Base contains articles on over 6,500 diseases and medical topics, and is richly illustrated with some 28,000 multimedia files.

New eMedicine articles, they claim: ''... undergo several levels of physician peer review plus an additional review by a PharmD prior to publication. Sources for subsequent revisions of articles include the author, a physician or PharmD member of the editorial board, user-driven feedback, and systematically reviewed medical literature''.

1. Home Page []
2. Sample: Temporal arteritis

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