Updates to BMJ Best Practice

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BMJ Best Practice has recently been updated to include drug content from Martindale, Micromedex and BNF for Children, and to integrate medical calculators from EBMcalc.

The latest updates to BMJ Best Practice include:

BMJ Best Practice now links to the Martindale, Micromedex and BNF for Children drug databases

Three drug databases Martindale, Micromedex and BNF for Children are now linked to BMJ Best Practice helping you to more easily access further information such as drug uses and administration, adverse effects and precautions, interactions, preparations and more. Clicking on a drug link within a topic page (mainly via the 'Treatment algorithm' section), takes you straight to that drug page in the database of your choice.

BMJ Best Practice now includes EBMcalc

Medical calculators are among the most popular tools used by healthcare professionals in their daily practice for drug dosing and to identify and diagnose a range of conditions. BMJ Best Practice has recently integrated calculators from EBMcalc to significantly expand coverage of medical calculators in its clinical decision support tool BMJ Best Practice. These calculators encompass a wide array of easy-to-use, interactive tools medical formulae, clinical criteria sets and decision tree analysis tools to support evidence-based medicine. 

This adds to CKN’s wide range of medical calculators providing evidence-based tools support for busy clinicians when making the best decisions in partnership with patients.

About BMJ Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice is a single-source decision support tool covering all medical specialties that combines the latest research evidence, guidelines and expert opinion to support clinicians in their decision making from diagnosis to treatment. It gives doctors access to the latest information when making diagnosis and treatment decisions. Updated daily, it draws on the latest evidence-based research, guidelines and expert opinion and offers step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention, and assists with medical error detection and reduction.

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last updated: 
Tuesday, 28 August, 2018