Tuesday, October 5, 2004

Medscape Bioterrorism Resource Center

Medscape maintains an excellent Medscape Bioterrorism Resource Center. Registration does not appear to be required for access to this resource, either.

""This Resource Center provides clinicians with the latest news, reference material, literature selections and continuing education about potential bioterrorism agents. It is designed to help healthcare professionals identify the signs and symptoms of such agents and thus be better prepared to respond in the event of a bioterrorism outbreak.""

Topics covered include:

Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers

The question I have to answer is:
a) should I have myself re-vaccinated and
b) should I approach my wife about having our two sons vaccinated.

Any informed opinions are


Monday, October 4, 2004



""Skyscape has released MGHAnes™ which is the Skyscape version of Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital, 6th Ed.

The best-selling handbook, Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Sixth Edition, is now available in PDA format. This easy-to-navigate handheld reference provides instant access to current, comprehensive, concise, consistent, and clinically relevant guidelines for anesthesia procedures throughout the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative periods. Coverage includes a comprehensive, alphabetical drug appendix, adult and pediatric resuscitation guidelines, malignant hyperthermia protocols, an anesthesia machine checklist, and information on complementary and alternative medicine and end-of-life issues


[Via The Palmdoc Chronicles]

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