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Answering Clinical Questions at the Point of Care. 鄭 如雅 [email protected] Outline. About UpToDate Evidence Grading How to search Q & A. About UpToDate. You don’t need more information You need the right information.

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Answering clinical questions at the point of care

Answering Clinical Questions at the Point of Care

[email protected]


Outline
Outline

  • About UpToDate

  • Evidence Grading

  • How to search

  • Q & A


About uptodate

About UpToDate

You don’t need more information

You need the right information



Evidence is derived from a number of sources
Evidence is derived from a number of Sources specific clinical recommendations

  • Journals: 377 peer reviewed journals

  • Databases:

    • MEDLINE, The Cochrane Database, Clinical Evidence and ACP Journal Club

  • Guidelines

  • Clinical trials

    • FDA, CDC, NIH

  • Proceedings

  • Clinical experience and observations

Including but not limited


Quick facts about uptodate
Quick Facts about specific clinical recommendationsUpToDate

  • Topic reviews

  • Patient information

  • Drug Information

  • Guideline

    Written by Physicians for Physicians


Quick facts about uptodate1
Quick Facts about specific clinical recommendationsUpToDate

  • 3,663 world-renowned physician authors (international)

  • 7,309 clinical topics in 13 specialties

  • 4,327 unique drug entries in adult, pediatrics, international, and natural drugs (Lexi-Comp)

  • 75,832 pages of text

  • 23,220 graphics

  • 254,555 references (Medline)

  • Updated every 4 months (March, July, November)


Evidence grading

Evidence Grading specific clinical recommendations


Evidence grading1
Evidence Grading specific clinical recommendations

  • UTD-GRADE


How to search

How to search specific clinical recommendations


How to search1
How to search specific clinical recommendations

  • New search

    • search  display result  output

  • Others

    • Evidence grading

      • RECOMMENDATIONS

    • Drug interaction

    • ECG test

    • Calculator

    • Movies


16.1 specific clinical recommendations

  • New Web Site Design

  • Patient Information

  • What’s New

  • Search Bar

  • Find in Topic

  • Feedback

  • Calculator


To access uptodate
To Access specific clinical recommendationsUpToDate

  • Please go to library homepage

  • Just ‘Accept’ the license agreement and you are brought to the search page, ready for your use; within a few seconds


How to use uptodate based on a clinical scenario
How to use UpToDate based on a Clinical Scenario specific clinical recommendations

  • How effective is long-term warfarin at preventing recurrent pulmonary embolism?


How to use uptodate based on a clinical scenario1
How to use UpToDate based on a Clinical Scenario specific clinical recommendations

  • A 58 year-old postmenopausal woman is experiencing stress urinary incontinence that is interfering with her quality of life. She is not having hot flashes, but she has heard that estrogen therapy is very effective for urinary incontinence. What advice do you give her?


Q & A specific clinical recommendations


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention specific clinical recommendations


Specialties
Specialties specific clinical recommendations

  • Adult Primary Care & Internal Medicine

  • Cardiovascular Medicine

  • Endocrinology & Diabetes

  • Family Medicine

  • Gastroenterology & Hepatology

  • Hematology

  • Infectious Diseases

  • Nephrology & Hypertension

  • Obstetrics , Gynecology & Women’s Health

  • Oncology

  • Pediatrics

  • Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine

  • Rheumatology


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