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This guide contains useful multimedia resources for anaesthesia and pain medicine specialists.
Locating AccessAnesthesiology and AccessMedicine images
- Login toAccessAnesthesiology or AccessMedicine using the proxied ANZCA link:
- In the search box, enter your topic of interest – for example: lumbar
- An Images link appear on the top left results box if there are images to display. Select the Images link.
- On the lower left menus, you may also Narrow By Textbook (for example – Anesthesiology, 3e) and/or Narrow By Topic (for example – needle device), if desired.
- The available images will display at right. Click on a thumbnail to see the full-size image, or click View In Context to see the image as it appears in the textbook in which the image was published.
Using Trip Database (Pro)
- Login to Trip Database (Pro) using the proxied ANZCA link (users will be required to authenticate using their ANZCA ID and password)
- In the search box, enter your topic of interest – for example: fibromyalgia
- The search results will display in text format.
- To show images, look at the pink box to the right side of the screen. Under Evidence Type, select the Images link.
- The images relating to your search topic will display.
Clinical and scientific images
AccessAnesthesiology lets you search for images across McGraw-Hill anaesthesiology textbooks.
AccessMedicine lets you search for images across McGraw-Hill medical textbooks.
See middle column for how to locate AccessAnesthesiology and AccessMedicine images.
Ovid has images relating to anaesthesiology, paediatrics, pain management, perioperative, and many more topics.
NEJM has images in clinical medicine suitable for anaesthetists and pain specialists.
ClinicalKey has images related to anaesthesia, perioperative care and pain medicine.
Trip Database (Pro) has medical images suitable for anaesthetists and pain specialists.
See middle column for how to locateTrip Database (Pro) images.
Open Critical Care has an image library that provides free images for educational purposes. Download and share using Creative Commons Share-alike, Attribution, Non-Commercial License v4.0. Please attribute all images to the OpenCriticalCare.org Project.
Locating Ovid images
- Login to Ovid Multimedia using the proxied ANZCA link (users will be required to authenticate using their ANZCA ID and password)
- On the menu at left, under Browse By > Subject/Category, select your topic of interest - for example: Anesthesiology
- Scroll down to where the Subject/Category list ends and select Media Type. Choose Image.
- You can also scroll further down and filter by Source (for example - Journal or Book), Duration, or Years.
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