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Clinical Guidelines (Nursing) : Peripheral Intravenous (IV) Device Management 1 Definitions Peripheral IV devices are cannulae inserted into a small peripheral vein for therapeutic purposes such as administration of medications, fluids and/or blood products. Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter devices (PICC or 'long-line') are inserted into basilic, cephalic, or brachial veins and enter the superior vena cava or into a large vein. A chest XRAY is taken to ensure that it is positioned correctly. They are used to deliver medications, fluids, intravenous nutrition, and/or blood products. Central Venous Access Devices (CVAD) are catheters that provide vascular access and that terminate in one of the great vessels of the thorax or abdomen.
Grey Matters: a practical search tool for evidence-based medicine The Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) provides Canada’s federal, provincial, and territorial health care decision makers with credible, impartial advice and evidence-based information about the effectiveness and efficiency of drugs and other health technologies. To achieve its mandate, CADTH produces a variety of publications that range from comprehensive systematic reviews and economic evaluations to more concise bulletins and updates. In order to search for and retrieve the evidence base required to produce CADTH reports, the Information Services team has developed a grey literature checklist. Grey literature includes reports and government information that are not published commercially and that are inaccessible via bibliographic databases. The checklist is used to: Organized by topic, the checklist includes tips on navigating the web sites.
Using Filters - Searching for Systematic Reviews - LibGuides at King’s College London Some of the databases (including those on the Ovid platform, the HDAS NHS platform, and CINAHL) allow searches to be undertaken by publication or document type e.g. review, research, randomized controlled trial, editorial or letter. The actual publication types will differ across the different databases. Publication types, like subject headings, are assigned to each article at the point the article is added to the database. Ovid Publication Types List - for Medline, Embase, PsychInfo etc.
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Méta-moteur de données probantes sur le Web créé en 1997. Il recherche dans une trentaine de sites de médecine factuelle (« evidence based medicine ») telles que Bandolier, Clinical Evidence, DARE, etc. ainsi que dans PubMed. Il recherche également dans des guides de pratiques cliniques, des manuels électroniques, des banques d’images et des sites destinés aux patients ligne (eMedicine, Merck Manual, GP Notebook, National Cancer Institute). by morganireps Mar 17
Greenhalgh, T. (2010) How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-Based Medicine (HOW - How To). 4th Edition. Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. by raviii Jun 23
TRIP has a truly primitive search engine, but it searches synthesised sources (systematic reviews including Cochrane reviews), summarised sources (practice guidelines from North America, Europe, Australia/New Zealand and elsewhere, as well as electronic textbooks including the excellent peer-reviewed eMedicine), and pre-appraised sources (Evidence-based Medicine, Evidence-based Mental Health, etc.), as well as searching all clinical query domains in PubMed simultaneously. Moreover, searches can be limited by discipline, such as Paediatrics or Surgery, helping both to focus a search and eliminate clearly irrelevant results, and acknowledging the tendency of medical specialties to prefer the literature in their own journals. Given that most clinicians favour very simple searches, failing the availability of a broad evidence-based summarising resource such as ACP PIER or DynaMed, a TRIP search would probably produce the most satisfactory results from all types of information. by raviii Jun 22