Evidence-Based Rheumatology

Compiled through Cochrane collaborators and contributors of OMERACT (Outcome Measures in Rheumatology), Evidence-based Rheumatology is a vital source for evidence-based drugs as utilized to the musculoskeletal problems.

The introductory part covers the foundations of evidence-based medication in rheumatology, via scientific chapters protecting the entire significant issues. every one bankruptcy contains non-drug remedy, drug treatment, and patron evidence-based summaries.

Evidence-Based sequence: Evidence-based Rheumatology, a part of the acclaimed sequence BMJ Evidence-based medication textbooks that experience revolutionised scientific drugs literature, comes with a completely searchable CD-ROM of the complete textual content. The textual content is saved brand new on-line at www.evidbasedrheum.com

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and different supplementary fabrics should not incorporated as a part of publication file.Content:
Chapter 1 Literature looking (pages 1–18): Jessie McGowan
Chapter 2 OMERACT: An Ongoing Evidence?Based Initiative to enhance the standard of final result Measures in Rheumatology (pages 19–24): Maarten Boers, Lee S Simon, Vibeke Strand, Peter Brooks and Peter Tugwell
Chapter three Economics (pages 25–40): Hilal Maradit Kremers and Sherine E Gabriel
Chapter four wisdom Translation for sufferers: tips on how to help sufferers' Participation in selection making approximately Preference?Sensitive remedies in Rheumatology (pages 41–62): Annette M O'Connor, sunrise Stacey, France Legare and Nancy Santesso
Chapter five Gout (pages 65–95): Naomi Schlesinger and Ralph Schumacher
Chapter 6 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (pages 97–140): Joel Schiffenbauer, Eliza Chakravarty and Vibeke Strand
Chapter 7 Osteoarthritis (pages 141–181): Thao Pham, Marlene Fransen, Philippe Ravaud and Maxime Dougados
Chapter eight Postmenopausal Osteoporosis (pages 183–242): Ann Cranney, Lee S Simon, Peter Tugwell, Rick Adachi and Gordon Guyatt
Chapter nine Rheumatoid Arthritis (pages 243–314): Maria E Suarez?Almazor, Manathip Osiri and Paul Emery
Chapter 10 Shoulder and Elbow ache (pages 315–392): Rachelle Buchbinder and Sally Green
Chapter eleven Spondyloarthropathies (pages 393–442): Annelies Boonen, Astrid van Tubergen, Sjef van der Linden and Carina Mihai
Chapter 12 Systemic Sclerosis (pages 443–493): Daniel E Furst, Janet Pope and Phil Clements
Chapter thirteen fundamental Systemic Vasculitis (pages 495–527): Richard A Watts, Suzanne E Lane and David Gl Scott

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The thesaurus combines MeSH terms and additional AMED keywords. html. Biological Abstracts – is produced in the US by BIOSIS and is reputed to be the world’s most comprehensive reference database in the Life 16 The Cochrane Library – is produced by Update Software for the Cochrane Collaboration and the NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination. The Cochrane Library is updated quarterly and contains several databases. The Cochrane Library includes the following databases: • The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR): full text of completed reviews carried out by the Cochrane Collaboration, plus protocols for reviews currently in preparation.

Tugwell, B. Shea, M. Boers, P. Brooks, L. S Simon, V. Strand and G. Wells © 2004 BMJ Publishing Group ISBN: 978-0-727-91446-0 1 1 Literature searching Jessie McGowan Introduction This chapter discusses how to locate and gather evidence. 1 Healthcare professionals access the internet to search many resources, such as databases and website pages. Some of these databases, such as PubMed and CINAHL are available at no fee. Other databases, such as the Cochrane Library and Clinical Evidence, require a licensing agreement.

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