the Green Journal

the Green Journal

Library medicine A popular term for certain journals in medical libraries; the classic 'GJ' is the Am J of Medicine–British racing green
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In a pilot study of 10 patients published in Obstetrics and Gynecology (the Green Journal), the device rapidly and effectively controlled postpartum bleeding, with hemorrhage controlled within minutes for each mother.
In a study of 10 cases published in Obstetrics and Gynecology (the Green Journal), hemorrhage was controlled within minutes for each mother.
A review of the 1966 issues of Obstetrics and Gynecology (the Green Journal), offers a snapshot of the state of the science.
Advertising directed at physicians --in both the Green Journal and in Ob.Gyn.
Currently users must access our site through ANNAlink at www.annanurse.org and then click on the green Journal cover icon posted on this site.
Beginning on March 1, 2002, the redesigned web site may be accessed in two ways: (a) at www.nephrologynursingjournal.net, or (b) at www.annanurse.org (click on the green journal cover).