UpToDate 18.2 - это программа для медиков всех специальностей (клиницистов, практиков, исследователей, педагогов и т.п.), отражающая в своих прекрасно классифицированных, обновленных и систематизированных статьях наглядную информацию о последних достижениях в области медицины.
Год выпуска: 2010 Версия: 18.2 Разработчик: UpToDate Платформа: windows Совместимость с Vista: полная Таблетка: Не требуется Системные требования: 500 MHz or greater Pentium-class processor. Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista or Win7. 256 MB of RAM or greater (512 MB recommended). 2.0 GB free hard drive space. DVD drive. Monitor supporting 1024 X 768 or greater resolution with at least 256 colors. Язык интерфейса: только английский Размер: 1.12 Гб
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A unique resource for clinicians and patients The idea behind UpToDate is relatively simple, but totally unique. Every day, clinicians have questions about patient care. Patients have questions about their health as well. Why not recruit a faculty of experts to answer those questions, keep the information updated, and create a format that's easy to use? And why not also provide all of the necessary background information to understand why the recommendations are being made?
UpToDate does all that and much more. UpToDate is a worldwide clinical community that you can be part of and benefit from. UpToDate is the largest clinical community in the world dedicated to synthesizing knowledge for clinicians and patients. Our community includes over 4,400 expert clinicians who function as authors, editors and peer reviewers and over 400,000 users who provide feedback and questions to our editorial group. Our role is to facilitate interaction among members of the healthcare community and to synthesize and disseminate information in order to help clinicians provide better care.
UpToDate answers your clinical questions. UpToDate is an electronic information resource available via the Web, desktop/laptop computer and mobile device. With UpToDate, you can get specific, detailed answers to your clinical questions from the office, exam room or bedside. Over 80 million patient-related problems are researched each year with UpToDate.
UpToDate is comprehensive and current, keeping you informed of the latest clinical findings. UpToDate covers over 8,300 topics in 16 medical specialties and includes more than 97,000 pages of text, plus graphics, links to Medline abstracts, more than 385,000 references and a drug database. Our physician editors and authors review and update our content continuously. An updated version of UpToDate is released every four months.
UpToDate provides treatment recommendations that help patients get the best possible care. UpToDate includes treatment recommendations based on the best medical evidence. Recommendations are kept current as new studies are released, and those with important or immediate implications are identified in Practice Changing UpDates. In addition, we are now grading our recommendations, so you can assess their strength and the quality of the evidence more quickly. For more details, please see our editorial policy. UpToDate is written by physicians who are experts in their fields, so you have confidence in our recommendations. Over 4,400 physician authors and editors, all experts in their respective fields, write topic reviews that cover all of the major aspects of a particular condition, including symptoms, tests and diagnosis, and treatment options. All topics are also subjected to rigorous peer review.
UpToDate is evidence-based, providing information you can rely on. UpToDate is evidence-based and uses a literature-driven updating system; more than 440 journals are monitored by editors and authors, and anytime something of importance is published, it is incorporated into the program. The key word here is "incorporated." UpToDate is not a journal watch. New studies are not simply added; rather they are placed in the context of what has already been published in that field.
UpToDate is unbiased, providing information that is not influenced by commercial interests. We believe it is crucial to maintain our editorial independence, so we do not accept money from pharmaceutical companies or other advertisers.