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TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER

Libraries of The Health Sciences

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER

Libraries of The Health Sciences

Searching PubMed®

Rev. 1/10

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When Searching from Home:

Enter the ERaider username and password assigned to you by Information Services.

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Do provide an email so you

can save search strategies

Follow instructions to fill out form

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MeSH Database

Terms in the database are called

MedicalSubjectHeadingsorMeSH.

is a “controlled vocabulary list” of more than

19,000subject headings.

10-15MeSHare assigned to each article

in PubMed.

The MeSH indexof10-15subject headings

is like a keyword abstract of the article.

MeSH are updated annually in December.

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Frequently Used Mesh Categories

A1 Body Regions

A2 Musculoskeletal

System

A3 Digestive System

A4 Respiratory System

A5 Urogenital System

A6 Endocrine System

A7 Cardiovascular

System

A8 Nervous System

A9 Sense Organs

A10 Tissue Types

A11 Cells

A12 Fluids and Secretions

A13 Animal Terms

A14 Stomatognathic

System

A15 Hemic and

Immune Systems

A16 Embryonic Structures

D1 Inorganic Chemicals

D2 Organic Chemicals

D3 Heterocyclic Compounds

D4 Polycyclic Hydrocarbons

D5 Environmental Pollutants,Noxae, & Pesticides

D6 Hormones, Substitutes, Antagonists

D7 Reproductive Control Agents

D8 Enzymes, Coenzymes, Enzyme Inhibitors

D9 Carbohydrates & Hypoglycemics

D10 Lipids and Antilipemic Agents

D11 Growth Substances, Pigments, Vitamins

D12 Amino Acids, Peptides, & Proteins

D13 Nucleic Acids, Nucleotides, & Nucleosides

D14 Neurotransmitters &

Neurotransmitter Agents

D15 Central Nervous System Agents

D16 Peripheral Nervous System Diseases

D17 Anti-Inflammatory Agents,

Antirheumatic Agents

D18 Cardiovascular Agents

D19 Hematologic, Gastric, Renal Agents

D20 Anti-Infective Agents

D21 Anti-Allergic & Respiratory SystemAgents

D22 Antineoplastics, Immunosuppressives

D23 Dermatologic Agents

D24 Immunologic and Biologic Factors

D25 Biomedical and Dental Materials

D26 Miscellaneous Drugs and Agents

C1 Bacterial & Fungal Diseases

C2 Virus Diseases

C3 Parasitic Diseases

C4 Neoplasms

C5 Musculoskeletal Diseases

C6 Digestive System Diseases

C7 Stomatognathic Diseases

C8 Respiratory Tract Diseases

C9 Otorhinolaryngolic Diseases

C10 Nervous System Diseases

C11 Eye Diseases

C12 Urologic & Male Genital Diseases

C13 Female Genital Diseases

& Pregnancy Complications

C14 Cardiovascular Diseases

C15 Hemic & Lymphatic Diseases

C16 Neonatal Diseases

& Abnormalities

C17 Skin & Connective

Tissue Diseases

C18 Nutritional &

Metabolic Diseases

C19 Endocrine Diseases

C20 Immunologic Diseases

C21 Injury, Occupational Diseases,

& Poisoning

C22 Animal Diseases

C23 Symptoms & General Pathology

B1 Invertebrates

B2 Vertebrates

B3 Bacteria

B4 Viruses

B5 Algae and Fungi

B6 Plants

A Anatomy

C Diseases

D Drugs

B Organisms

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Analytical, Diagnostic, & Therapeutic Techniques & Equipment

Psychiatry and Psychology

Biological Sciences

Physical Sciences

Anthropology, Education, Sociology & Social Phenomena

Technology & Food & Beverages

Humanities

Information Science

Persons

Health Care

Geographic Locations

Other Categories Include:

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Create a Search Strategy Plan

Identify the question and key concepts:

Speech therapy in the rehabilitation

of brain injuries or stroke

Write the search program using

keywords and subject headings.

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brain injuries

Enterand click a

a

Go

(Note: If there is a Boolean OR

Relationship, start with the

“OR” statement first.)

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Send to

2) Then click

1) Check the box next

to the subheadinga

and select

Search Box with OR

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MeSH

The first term is in

the search program “box”

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stroke

Enterand click a

a

Go

(Note: If there is a Boolean OR

Relationship, start with the

“OR” statement first.)

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Click the underlined term to go to

the subheadings and tree structures

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MeSH

terms arranged in

tree structure hierarchy

Terms are listed from broadest to narrowest.

If Stroke yields zero results, try using a

broader term: Cerebrovascular Disorders.

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MeSH

Scroll screen

back up

terms arranged in

tree structure hierarchy

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Sub-headingsnarrow the “meaning” of a MeSHterm.

They are a “subset” of all the articles under

under the MeSHterm: Stroke.

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abnormalities epidemiology psychology

administrations & dosage ethics radiation effects

adverse effects ethnology radiography

agonists etiology radionuclide imaging

analogs & deriviatives genetics radiotherapy

analysis growth & development

anatomy & histology history rehabilitation

antagonists & inhibitors immunology

biosynthesis injuries secondary

blood innervation secretion

blood supply instrumentation standards

cerebrospinal fluid isolation & purification statistics & numerical data

chemical synthesis legislation & jurisprudence supply & distribution

chemically induced manpower surgery

chemistry metabolism therapeutic use

classification methods therapy

complications microbiology toxicity

congenital mortality transmission

contraindications nursing transplantation

cytology organization & administration trends

deficiency parasitology ultrasonography

diagnosis pathogenicity ultrastructure

diagnostic use pathology urine

diet therapy pharmacokinetics utilization

drug effects pharmacology veterinary

drug therapy physiology virology

economics physiopathology

education poisoning

embryology prevention & control

82 SUBHEADINGS:

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Send to

2) Then click

1) Check the box next

to the subheadinga

and select

Search Box with OR

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Rehabilitation

of

stroke

Rehabilitation

of

brain injuries

OR

Boolean Logic - OR

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a

a

Enter

and click

Go

speech therapy

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Send to

2) Then click

Search Box with AND

and select

  • Check the box next
  • to the MeSH terma
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rehabilitation of

brain injuries

OR

rehabilitation

of stroke

Boolean Logic - AND

speech

therapy

and

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Search

to apply limits.

Click

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Results are reduced

from 68 to 60

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Note clickable

search filter results

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X

Select articles

from titles list.

X

X

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MeSH Database

searches only

theMeSHtermsfor:

Brain injuries/rehabilitation

OR

Stroke/ rehabilitation

AND

Speech therapy

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Look at subject headings

in the

MeSH Terms Index

for additional terms.

You may want to

write a new search

program using:

Cognition Disorders/

therapy

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Note that

Substances have

their own index.

Drug names are

listed here.

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Linking to

Full-Text Articles

inElectronic Journals

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Full Text Article

Close Article

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Flexible search strategies can be built bya

a

creating separate sets of MeSH terms anda

acombining them using the Booleen menu.

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Verifying Your Account

  • Open your email.
  • There will be message from NCBI.
  • 3) Copy and paste the verification URL into
  • the web address bar and return.
  • 4) Your account will be verified by the
  • National Library of Medicine.
  • 5) NOTE: you will NOT receive any spam as a
  • result of this account.
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