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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The Cochrane Library currently contains more than 9 000 reviews covering a wide range of healthcare topics.
Data source: The findings are based on a review of the evidence in the Cochrane Library, Medline, and CINAHL from 2004 through May 2014.
The study was published in the journal Cochrane Library.
there were five errors in figure 1: (a) the number of articles identified from English-language databases should have been 5962 instead of 5961; (b) the time range searched in the ISI web of knowledge should have been 1994-2013, not 1986-2013; (c) the time range searched in Ovid/Medline should have been 1970-2013, not 1946-2013; (d) the time range searched in PsycINFO should have been 1966-2013, not 1806-2013; (e) the time range searched in Cochrane Library should have been 1967-2013, not all years.
A key component of the Cochrane Library is the collection of protocols and systematic reviews addressing a variety of interventions in healthcare.
The review appeared in the current issue of The Cochrane Library, a publication of The Cochrane Collaboration, an international organization that evaluates research in all aspects of health care
Review Groups are coordinated by an editorial team that assists authors in the process of producing protocols, reviews, and review updates for publication in the Cochrane Library.
In addition to the use of standard reference sources, databases such as CINAHL and the Cochrane Library are briefly reviewed along with valuable Internet sites.
Sweden, March 30 -- The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) created history in February 2007 when India became the first and only low-income country in the world with a national subscription to The Cochrane Library.
The drugs could reduce dependence, physical disability, depression and anxiety in the first year after a stroke, according to the study which is published in the Cochrane Library.
Search for articles in Medline, UpToDate, National Guideline Clearinghouse, Cochrane Library, DARE, Bandolier, and TRIP Database, using the MeSH terms mud therapy and osteoarthritis.
Published in September in The Cochrane Library, the study looked at evidence from 159 trials involving nearly 80,000 participants.

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