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Cardiovascular Medicine

About this guide

This guide will assist you in finding resources in cardiology and its sub-disciplines for your clinical practice and research.

Use the navigation pages to the left to identify information sources.

Use the quick links on the right to connect to essential Library tools and webpages, and for Study and Research Guides on related topics

Key Resources

CardioSource Plus, an 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.

CardioSource Plus includes access to EchoSAP 7. 

New England Journal of Medicine Journal Watch

NEJM JournalWatch provides access to important research, medical news, drug information, public health alerts, and guidelines across 12 specialties including cardiology, emergency medicine, gastroenterology, general medicine, HIV/AIDS, hospital medicine, infectious diseases, neurology, oncology and hematology, pediatrics and adolescent medicine, psychiatry, and women's health.

 

Therapeutic Guidelines logo

eTG Complete provides searchable peer-reviewed clinical disease-oriented guidelines. The topics include Analgesic, Antibiotic, Cardiovascular, Dermatology, Emergency medicine, Endocrinology, Gastrointestinal, Neurology, Oral and dental, Palliative care, Psychotropic, Respiratory and Rheumatology.

It includes access to an app for your mobile device.

UpToDate

UpToDate is 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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