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Point of care resources are clinical decision support tools that allow quick retrieval of information on diagnosis and treatment for immediate action at the bedside. These resources synthesize and evaluate the most relevant evidence from the primary clinical literature, and include detailed summaries of a wide range of conditions and interventions, rationale for patient care decisions, and links to original studies.
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An evidence-based clinical reference tool designed for clinicians (physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physical therapists) to use at the point of care. Contains summaries of more than 3,200 topics and is updated more frequently than any other major point of care tool (Banzi et al, 2011)
DynaMed editors monitor the content of over 500 medical journals daily
Use Dynamed from your computer, or download the app (Apple and Android).
A robust clinical reference tool providing nurses, nurse administrators, nursing students, other clinicians and librarians with electronic access to point-of-care clinical reference material and nursing literature.
Offers clinically organized summaries on more than 1000 topics.
Use NRC from your computer or download the app (Apple and Android).