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Welcome to the Cardiovascular Medicine LibGuide! This Guide provides you with links to websites and electronic resources that may be helpful to your clinical work and research in cardiovascular health at Macquarie Univerity Hospital.

      

    NEJM Journal Watch

    New England Journal of Medicine Journal Watch

    From the publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal Watch offers Physician First, a daily news service, and over 30 weekly or monthly speciality (including Cardiology) and topic updates that can be received via email. 

    CardioSource Plus

    Online cardiovascular information and educational resource including clinical images, self-assessment educational materials, Heart Songs, ACC clinical guidelines and quality standards, and news and expert commentaries.

    StatDx

    StatDx

    STATdx is an online reference tool providing diagnostic decision support for radiologists. Based on decades of diagnostic experience, STATdx provides access to thousands of diagnoses and supporting cases, as well as a vast range of digital images. Each diagnosis includes: Key Facts, Terminology, Imaging Findings, Differential Diagnosis, Pathology, Clinical Issues, Diagnostic Checklist, and Selected References.

    STATdx is accessed via username and password and registration is required for setting up access. If you are interested in using the database please contact Mary Simons or Jeremy Cullis for more information.

    UpToDate

    UpToDate

    UpToDate is the an evidence-based clinical decision support resource, used by healthcare practitioners to help them make the right decisions at the point of care.It contains over 10,000 clinical topics in 22 specialities.

    Mobile Access for Macquarie Users

    Currently registered Macquarie students and faculty can access the UpToDate mobile app free of charge using the follow steps:

    1. Login to UpToDate via MultiSearch using a laptop or desktop computer.
    2. Click “Logi In / Register” on the top right of the UpToDate search page.
    3. Create an account
    4. Go to Google Play, the App Store, or the Amazon App Store and download the app for your device.
    5. Enter your UpToDate account username and password
    6. IMPORTANT: You will need to sign in via the Macquarie University network or Hospital intranet every 90 days to maintain access.

     

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