Cochrane Library


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Cochrane Library

A collection of databases, published on disk and online and updated quarterly, which contain the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, the Cochrane Controlled Trials Register, the Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effectiveness, the Cochrane Review Methodology Database and information about the Cochrane Collaboration.
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Its main objective is to improve health by increasing the use of the Cochrane Library by nurses and others involved in delivering, leading or researching nursing care as well as engaging nurses and others with the Cochrane Collaboration.
According to the team, whose work was published in The Cochrane Library Journal, recommendations by the American Thoracic Society and European Respiratory Society that promote alpha-1 antitrypsin replacement are "misguided.
Advance provision of emergency contraception for pregnancy prevention, Cochrane Library, 2010, Issue 3.
The study, which is published in the Cochrane Library this month, concluded: "There was consistent evidence of a reduction in hospital admissions for cardiac events as well as an improvement in some health indicators after the ban.
The content includes articles and related content from 15 Wiley-Blackwell journals, including "The Cochrane Library," "The Hospitalist," "Journal of Travel Medicine" and "Applied Microbiology," among others, as well as seven books, including "Evidence-Based Infectious Diseases" and "Infectious Disease Surveillance.
The Cochrane Library is one of the fastest and most reliable sources of the best evidence for therapy on which to base clinical decisions.
Each issue of the Cochrane Library contains all existing reviews, as well as new and updated reviews.
It produces and disseminates systematic reviews of healthcare interventions: the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews published in The Cochrane Library www.
When I walk up and down the corridors of Llandough Hospital, the thing that I enjoy most is walking past the little sign that says Archie Cochrane Library.
A therapist may be able to use music to help some patients fight depression and improve, restore and maintain their health, a Systematic Review from the Cochrane Library has found.
A study published in the Cochrane Library journal in October 2007 found regular handwashing with plain soap and water to be a simple and effective way to curb the spread of respiratory viruses, from everyday cold viruses to deadly pandemic strains.
Another study, published in the Cochrane Library journal last month, found handwashing with just soap and water to be a simple and effective way to curb the spread of respiratory viruses, from everyday cold viruses to deadly pandemic strains.

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