Online medical reference materials, e.g. online manuals, textbooks, guidelines, dictionaries etc.
Provides links to free medical and medically-related sites.
Information on a variety of health issues from medical experts. Includes FAQ.
Includes reference books, journal search, practice guidelines, patient education and drug information. Subscription required, free trial period.
A collection of online clinical calculators. Includes ABG, GFR, Fluids and BMI calculations and interpretations.
Lists hospitals, charities, NGOs and recruitment agencies around the world to help doctors, nurses and medical students plan work and electives overseas.
Information on diseases and conditions, support groups and drug information. Primarily patient-oriented.
Database of medical images including radiology, pathology, and dermatology. Case of the Week with CME for physicians and CNE for nurses.
Links to health resources for patients, professionals and an online medical library.
Interactive symptom checker, includes details of some possible causes.
An online manual with detailed instructions and illustrations on how to treat various everyday medical emergencies.
Information for patients and clinicians on aspects of healthcare. Includes an index of health topics.
A patient-oriented portal for up-to-date health information on fitness, lifestyle, nutrition and health tools.
A collection of medical links and information categorized by specific topics.
Links to patient education materials, medical reference sites and medical humor.
Online version of The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy.
Information on births, deaths, ageing, disease classification and other health statistics.
A digital library designed to help primary care providers and to help patients associated with naval medical issues. A service of the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.
A digital health sciences library at the University of Iowa for health care providers and patients.
Offering over 100 in-depth reports on physical and mental diseases and wellness issues. Written by medical writers and reviewed by a board at Harvard Medical School. Some information available free but most requires paid access.
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