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A guide for finding articles and other resources associated with Biomedical Engineering
PubMed is a freely accessible public resource at PubMed.gov. However, the NYU-Poly community can get more out of it by clicking the PubMed link on our databases page. When you access PubMed from the library, you will get a direct link to the full text of an article if it is available through the library's subscriptions.
Perform many powerful searches from the main box:
Author: Enter last name and first initial:
Topic: Start typing the word and PubMed will offer topics:
Author and Topic: combine the above in the proper format:
diabetes glaucoma russo r
Citation: journal name or abbreviation, title, author, date in various combinations:
Clin Ophthalmol Matsuoka M
Clinical Ophthalmology Matsuoka M
Clinical Ophthalmology Intraocular 2012
My NCBI allows you to:
Create a personal profile
Save searches that you can run again whenever you choose
Receive email alerts whenever there are new results for your saved searches
Create and save a bibliography
PubMed @ NYU
For more comprehensive information on using the powerful features of PubMed, see Pubmed @ NYU:
Use Advanced Search to combine multiple terms, including terms from your search history without re-entering text.
The MeSH option searches the subject headings used by the National Library of Medicine.
Use MeSH to:
Retrieve the most relevant results
Locate a large number of related topics
Determine which subheadings you wish to include or exclude