Databases@Ovid Ovid MEDLINE ® The world’s leading bibliographic source for biomedical scholarly literature and research Over 23 million citation records from over 5,600 indexed journals back to 1946 Take advantage of Ovid’s powerful search functionality, time-saving workflow tools, and intuitive interface Access to Ovid MEDLINE In-Process & Other NonIndexed Citations Use of limits based on PubMed’s subject subsets Advanced mapping analyzes users’ natural language queries and suggests appropriate terms for searching Graphical controlled vocabulary thesaurus displays Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) Use command-line search syntax functionality On Ovid, you can bring the breadth and depth of Ovid MEDLINE together with Ovid’s powerful precision search functionality and tool set to get the fastest, more comprehensive research experience. Use Ovid MEDLINE for research, conducting systematic reviews, teaching search strategies, following drug development and clinical trials and finding evidence to change practice. Updated daily, Ovid MEDLINE offers tools to integrate your searches with other key resources like an EBMR filter, seamless linking to your full-text journal holdings, and the ability to multi-file search up to 150 database segments at a time, like EMBASE, BIOSIS, PsycINFO, Current Contents, CINAHL and more. Ovid MEDLINE contains over 98% of citations found in PubMed and is a robust resource for any institution. Ovid MEDLINE covers the international literature on biomedicine, including the allied health fields and the biological and physical sciences, humanities, and information science as they relate to medicine and health care. Information is indexed from over 5,600 journals published world-wide. Ovid MEDLINE is produced by the National Library of Medicine. Why Ovid MEDLINE? Can be used with Ovid powerful precision search and platform tools, like Ovid’s proprietary mapping to MeSH terms, Basic Search mode for non-expert searchers Updated daily and over 23 million citation records from over 5,600 indexed journals dating back to 1946 With Ovid MEDLINE search is supported through Saved Searches that can be edited; RSS feeds for Saved Searches, easy access to Search History Multi-file search ability with other key databases like EMBASE, PsycINFO, EBMR and BIOSIS Includes customizable fields and limits to help you search for Registry Numbers, ORCID IDs, and Systematic Reviews Turn over for details Ovid MEDLINE Ovid Worldwide Headquarters 333 7th Avenue New York, NY 10001 (646) 674-6300 (800) 343-0064 Email: email@example.com Key Advantages of Ovid’s implementation of MEDLINE • PrecisionsearchingiseasieronOvidbasedonourproprietaryMappingtothe MeSH term. Ovid allows the user to search on the MeSH term only, so results are more ‘targeted’ to the particular topic. The user can also easily add the term to be searched as a Keyword, if needed. • EasilyviewandnavigatetheMeSHtreewithafewsimpleclickstothedesiredterm(s). No need to go into multiple databases--a huge time savings! Additional sales offices are located in the following cities and countries: Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands Beijing, China Berlin, Germany Bologna, Italy Dubai, UAE Hong Kong Ilsan, South Korea Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia London, UK Madrid, Spain Mumbai, India New Delhi, India Norwood, MA, USA Paris, France Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Sandy, UT, USA Stockholm, Sweden Sydney, Australia Tokyo, Japan Warsaw, Poland • Searchmultipledatabasesatthesametime.Ovidalsoallowsuserstoremove duplicate results. • Multi-filesearchescanbeeasilysavedand/orsavedasanAutoAlertandcanbe de-duplicated. • NaturalLanguageProcessingsearch(BasicSearchmode)easilyprovidesrelevant results for novice users. • LimitsearchresultstorecordsfromEvidenceBasedMedicineReviews(EBMR— applicable when a customer also subscribes to EBMR. • SearchHistoryiswell-organizedonOvid;forexample,ifyoudeleteaset, Ovid will renumber the sets and retain the order of your viewing. • OvidprovidestheabilitytoeditSavedSearchesandoffersRSSfeedsforSavedSearches. • Ovidshowswhichsearchtermswereusedinthesearch. • Quicklynarrowsearchbysubject/author/journal. • SearchHistoryisonthesamepageasresults;thedisplaycaneitherbeopenedorclosed and search statements can be displayed in either ascending or descending order. • CitationsintheResultsDisplaycanbeannotated. • Customizationofcommonlyused‘Limits’availableinbothBasicandAdvanced Search modes. www.ovid.com Medline-0915 For more information on Ovid MEDLINE, contact your Ovid Account Representative or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about getting access on Ovid for your institution.
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