This site provides information on anaesthesia and anesthesiology and is maintained by the Singapore Anaesthesia Web Team members from the Department of Anaesthesia, KKH.
A.J. Wright's Anaesthesia and Critical Care Resources at the School of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The goal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Closed Claims Project is to identify major areas of loss in anesthesia, patterns of injury and strategies for prevention.
A contact point for Australian Medical Practitioners and Australian Medical Organizations on the World Wide Web.
GASNet is a suite of services provided to the anesthesiology community. Located at the Yale Center for Medical Informatics.
An index of organizations, Web sites, and information about anesthesiology.
A manual of neuroanesthesia written by Cleveland Waterman during his 6 month fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh.
Platform for Swiss anaesthesia & ICU resources. Includes information on Anaesthesia; Intensive Care on the following topics: Resident's Handbook, Human Performance, team management, Cost benefit, Malignant, hyperthermia, Upcoming scientific papers.
Clinical illustrations and information about video otoscopy. For audiologists who may employ video otoscopy (VO) in clinical practice.
Information about the faculty, facilities, and program offerings of The Audiology and Hearing Science section of the Department of Special Education and Communications Disorders at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Contains links to papers available electronically on hearing, hearing disorders and related topics.
Home page for the Gerald R. Popelka Audiology Laboratory. This research laboratory is devoted to increasing our knowledge of how the normal human peripheral auditory system operates, providing an understanding of the effects of abnormalities on auditory function, and transferring any technology developed in the effort for use in clinical diagnosis and rehabilitation.
HEARNET is Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers', a non-profit organization, interactive, on-line publication that is updated regularly, providing information and resources on tinnitus, hearing loss, testing, hearing protection, hearing aids and assistive listening devices.
Hearing Exchange is an online service created exclusively for the hearing health industry. Includes discussion forums covering topics ranging from CIC's and programmables to tinnitus and hyperacusis.
Information network for personal or educational cardiology questions.
Health Sciences on cardiovascular arrhythmia.
Question answer service on pediatric cardiology.
A chemistry oriented site, created in conjunction with Biobyte Corp. and Pomona College. It includes computer-chemistry topics SMILES and ClogP, searchable archives and software vendor information.
A guide to dentistry in the 21st Century. The guide is distributed monthly with articles focusing on specialists fields, such as periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics, prosthodontics, oral surgery, implantology, laser dentistry and oral pathology. Articles should be submitted to the editor.
"Toto, we need a dentist". If you're still in Kansas, find a dentist here.
Action for M.E. is a national charitable trust which provides information and support services to people with M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis), their families, friends and careers, funds research and campaigns to change attitudes towards the disease.
Information about an annual national Radiothon. Includes a guide to other AIDS organizations, and AIDS fundraising.
Coverage of the AIDS Ride 1995 from Boston to New York.
Information and treatment resources and substance abuse.
Use this source to identify severe allergies and link up to related research sources.
Mothers talking to mothers about their children with allergies and asthma.
National Alopecia Areata Foundation and Alopecia Areata Research Foundation sites for issues of interest to the follically challenged.
Bedford Geriatrics Research Education and Clinical Ctr., provides clinical and basic science facts to professionals and others interested in Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. Local resources and relevant links are included
This will define the disease, help you understand it, and link you to services which can help and support you.
Join the research team trying to development new treatment for Alzheimer's.
Frequently Asked Questions concerning the possible negative health effects from dental amalgam and its 50% Mercury solution.
This is the perfect link up for sufferers of Hodgkin's Disease, or any other cancer.
Nationwide network of health professionals specializing in the field of allergies, asthma and immunology.
Mind over matter is the subject here. Information on how to use your mind and body to help your health.
Dedicated to controlling Lyme Disease through support of research and education.
Columbia University's Aneurysm Information Project, which is dedicated to providing information to both lay persons and scientists on the subject of aneurysm disease. The files on this page include answers to FAQs, a lecture on the causes of aneurysms, references to scientific work in the field, an outline of a project to prevent aneurysm disease, and more.
This site gives access to Psychopharmacology and substance abuse.
Here you can find information worldwide concerning the different types of arthritis.
Association for Glycogen Storage Disease (UK) Homepage provides basic information about the glycogen storage diseases. The information is intended to be of use to people affected by one of the glycogen storage diseases, their families and other interested parties.
Check this site out for multidisciplinary specialists in the field of substance abuse dedicated to improving education about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
ATAXIA NORTHWEST provides this site as a self help group for exchange of information, chat and UK research fundraising news. Ataxia is an umbrella term covering a vast number of nervous disorders, simply, Ataxia means unsteadyness and clumsiness.
Avon's Breast Cancer Awareness Crusade site offers transcripts of recent online conferences on breast cancer awareness. Other topics focus on breast cancer and the importance of early detection. There is a list of support groups across America.
Click here to see how you can help.
Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide is a project for the collection of the HLA phenotypes of volunteer bone marrow donors, and for the coordination of their worldwide distribution. You'll find donor and transplant information here, as well as links to other cancer sites on the Web. This is the place to register your HLA type if you want to be a donor.
This site has the home pages for any sleep organization, entity or activity that promotes the research or treatment of sleep and sleep-related disorders.
This is a site from Brown University which gives information on Tuberculosis at the TB/HIV Research Laboratory.
Homepage with information on and links to general information about brain tumors, clinical trials, theory and history behind antineoplastons and the National Cancer Institute Report on antineoplastons.
This site is dedicated to the Canadian Center on Substance Abuse.
A worldwide network of information and resources for cancer patients and their families.
This section provides information on diseases and conditions of Heart Disease.
Information and consultation service with current information on the diagnosis, management and other services.
Scott's Celiac's Disease/Gluten Intolerance Help Page focusing on this autoimmune disease affecting the small intestine (also known as celiac sprue or coeliac disease).
Panama City, FL, US This server provides information about Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders (CH.A.D.D.), a nonprofit parent-based organization. CH.A.D.D. offers information and aid to help individuals with attention deficit disorders and their families.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a debilitating medical condition, chronic in nature, cause unknown, diagnosis-by exclusion, no known verified test treatment-by relief of symptoms, life style changes, and time.
Roger Burns, US This Cronic Fatique Syndrome page contains resources for doctors and patients, including medical articles, several FAQs, an electronic medical newsletter, the CFS Newswire service, discussion groups and more.
Ivo Tarfusser, MD of Parsec provides this page as a survey on conventional and less conventional diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to Chronic Prostatitis.
ChronicIllnet, a site with abstracts on groundbreaking research, bulletin boards events calendars, guest lectures, and news articles of interest to the chronically ill.
ChronicIllnet feels that much of the current breakthroughs in understanding immune system imbalance syndromes, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, will come from the miracles occurring with the new treatments being explored in Persian Gulf War related illnesses.
Chronillnet gives access to information on Heart Diseases.
This site gives great information on Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinic operated by the South Australian Health Commission's STD Control Branch.
CMTnet is the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Information Exchange site whose purpose is to serve as a repository of information for research and treatment of Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT). CMT is a hereditary progressive neuromuscular disorder that primarily effects the feet, legs and hands. CMTnet is intended to provide information for both the medical and non-medical communities.
Pictures and descriptions of STDs written in a language that non-medical people can understand.
This site gives information on Congenital Heart Disease.
Look at this offer video and audio programs on the fibromyalgia syndrome.
Provides substance abuse information to the public and the treatment community, particularly information about resources and training available for individuals interested in working in the field.
Check this out for information for people with Cystic Fibrosis and their friends and family.
Cystic Lymphangioma and Baby A. a site for discussing Baby A's Cystic Lymphangioma. Unlike most cases, her condition manifests itself in an extreme manner. Desperately seeking others who may have encountered someone with a similar history. Feedback or information sincerely appreciated.
Ebola Epidemic in Zaire may NOT be over!!
Take a look for information on Ebola.
Check this out for Ebola information.
Look at this site for information on an Ebola interview.
This site gives information on an Ebola Outbreak in Zaire.
This site gives you the Ebola recommended reading list.
This section outlines the Ebola Virus Outbreak from the World Health Organization.
This site will give you information on the Endometriosis mailing list.
Check this section for information on Epilepsy.
At Albert Einstein College of Medicine you will find information on Epilepsy.
The Society helps people with epilepsy to achieve maximum seizure control, to become self-sufficient, and to have their rightful place in the community.
This section gives frequently asked questions on Fibromyalgia.
One of the largest support groups for sufferers of asthma. All your questions will be answered.
Information on Amalgam related illness.
A source of information, and solace to those of us who live with these diseases, and for those who live with us.
Frequently Asked Questions (and answers) about Epilepsy.
This section is designated to frequently asked questions on Tinnitus.
Fragile X Syndrome is a single gene disorder and the #1 inherited cause of mental retardation. a national nonprofit, parent-run foundation, funds medical research aimed at treatment.
Wayne D. Rosenfield provides this site as a means of overcoming Gaucher Disease, the most common genetic disease affecting Jews.
Each year tuberculosis kills more adults than any other infectious disease.
Who doesn't suffer from lower back pain once in a while. Here is the US Health Service Consumers Guide.
Check this location for the official information service providing declassified documents with potential relevance to the illnesses affecting Persian Gulf War Veterans.
Div. of Gynecologic Oncology, U. Washington, Seattle, WA, US This University Washington site offers information about the division of gynecologic oncology that provides tutorials for educational purposes on various gynecologic malignancies. Section is dedicated to patients education.
This section provides information and support on issues relating to hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. This includes hemophilia related AIDS.
This section provides information on Hepatitis C.
A comprehensive description of the various types of HERNIA and the different techniques of hernia repair surgery available.
Information about HIV Sequences Database, which includes The Human Retroviruses and Aids Database, headed by Dr. Gerald Myers, who collects, curates, analyzes and publishes genetic sequences of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and related species.
The largest open wall registry of voluntary Bone Marrow Donors in the National Marrow Donor Program. Dedicated to the recruitment of voluntary bone marrow donors. This page helps patients find matching marrow donors for transplants.
Check this site out for the Hoehn and Yahr Staging of Parkinson's Disease.
The Hydrocephalus Association was founded in 1983, incorporated as a nonprofit in 1986, is governed by a Board of Directors and employs, an Executive Director, Assistant Director, Director of Development and a Program Director part time. Medical Professionals serve in an advisory capacity.
Check this out for the Hydrocephalus fact sheet.
Wound Care Consultants provides this page focusing on the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Information Center and its strategy of providing additional oxygen to the tissues of the body as a means of augmenting the body's ability to kill germs and to increase healing.
Researched information on excessive perspiring.
Renal Disease Electronic Journal provides this site focusing on Hypertension, Dialysis, and Clinical Nephrology with links to medical products, devices, services, and drugs pertaining and papers.
Reactive Hypoglycemia Home Page includes Bulletins from the Hypoglycemia Association.
This is the Ibogaine story on substance abuse.
Information about the Immunization Action Coalition, a nonprofit organization that strives toward the appropriate immunization for all vaccine-preventable diseases.
A virtual library of diseases .
A general resources about Conditions or Diseases with Special Health Care Needs.
All the information about Ebola is there. In fact, Outbreak has much more information than The Ebola Page.
This site is a publication which will give information on Infectious Disease Weekly.
Intended to provide help for those suffering from the HIV virus or full-blown AIDS, This is among the activities that the Pompidou Center (the French Museum of Modern Art) and IRCAM promotes to foster solidarity and fight exclusion.
An agency for coordinating and conducting research on the causes of human cancer, and developing scientific strategies for cancer control.
Check this site out which will encourage medical research to determine the cause and find a cure for Rett syndrome.
On May 20, 1995, John and Jesse Davidson set out from the Ontario-Manitoba border on a tour Across the province to raise funds for research to cure gene-based diseases.
This site provides information on the national resource center for communities fighting substance abuse.
A nonprofit resource center devoted exclusively to the caregivers of HIV-affected persons. Time-tested valuable materials are now available on-line.
La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation, La Jolla, Calif. US This server provides information about seminars and events at the foundation.
LDL Health Pals Support Network Home Page acts as a support network for people with chronic medical conditions.
Check this out for the diseases and conditions of Leprosy.
Hamline University, St. Paul, MN provides this Lupus Home Page for the Lupus Foundation Of America. It acts as a starting point for those diagnosed with SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus) that wish to find out about their condition.
Lyme Disease mimics over 200 Illnesses and is known as The Great Imitator. Prevention and/ or prompt diagnosis/ treatment can prevent disability.
National Lymphedema Network's site provides information about lymphedema; a swelling of arms, legs, or other parts of the body resulting from an impairment of the lymphatic system either through lymph node surgery or present at birth.
Impotence a comprehensive description of the problem, its causes and treatments.
Great information on the Mass General Hospital Epilepsy Unit.
The estimated 150,000 people in the UK who suffer from ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) are of all ages, and come from all walks of life.
Join in an online discussion group about health information services for those with cancer.
Studies on cancerous moles base at the University of Florida.
Check this section for MS direct Multiple Sclerosis Support.
Information, Resources, Doctor's Corner, MSers Input and More.
This section provides information on the MS Society of Canada.
Check this section out for information on Muscular Dystrophy.
Extensive information on Muscular Dystrophy and related Neuromuscular Disorders.
This site gives research of Muscular Dystrophy in Ireland.
True story of the time I had nonspecific urethritis. CHECK IT OUT!
NCHS, Hyattsville, MD, US This server is dedicated to the National Center for Health Statistics, which is the federal government's principal vital-and-health-statistics agency. The National Center covers the full spectrum of health concerns from birth to death, including overall health status, lifestyle and exposure to unhealthly influences, the onset and diagnosis of illness and disability and the practices or use of health care. NCHS is part of the Centers for Disease Control.
A fatal genetic disorder of the connective tissue that can affect the skeletal system, eyes, lungs, blood vessels and heart. No cure at this time, but careful medical management can delay the prognosis.
The National Psoriasis Foundation pages were created to provide information about psoriasis to psoriasis sufferers, friends and family members, health care professionals, and the general public.
Check this section out for the Non-Invasive Assessment of Susceptibility to Sudden Cardiac Death.
This site for the clinical and basic research on tuberculosis (TB) conducted at the New York State Department of Health.
Turnkey full DOT-compliant drug and alcohol testing program and a transcript of the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991.
Hook up here with an online question and answer session for allergy causes and tried and true treatments.
Peruse the University of Pennsylvania's cancer research and information center.
OTOLOGY ONLINE, a site devoted to the dissemination of information regarding diseases of the ears, hearing and balance.
Check this site out for the Parkinson's Disease Information Center.
Serving the Information Needs of the Parkinson's Community Worldwide.
Check this site for Diseases and Conditions of Parkinson's disease.
Contains information on arthritis in children and support group resources for the families and physicians who tend to them.
The Perspectives Network, Inc., Mobile, AL, US. This site offers information about The Perspectives Network On-Line, a resource for survivors of acquired/traumatic brain injury, their families and the professionals working with them. It includes FAQs, resource listing, auto-request page for fact brochures and survivor ID cards.
PKU Home Page is a site for the National PKU News, a publication for families and professionals interested in Phenylketonuria (PKU).
This location will provide you with a Physician's Guide to Fibromyalgia Syndrome.
This site provides primary sources on the Ebola outbreak in Zaire.
Patients and their families can find resources, including health care providers, related to prostate cancer.
This section provides information on diseases and conditions of Psoriasis.
Here is yet another location for diseases and conditions of Psoriasis.
Here yet another location on Psoriasis.
Check out for diseases and conditions of Psoriasis.
Province-wide fundraising campaign led by the MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Research Center in Saskatoon, a non-profit organization.
Santa Barbara, CA, US This server contains information about RedRibbonNet, an online mall that provides information and services in support of the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Those with rheumatoid arthritis and get information on the disease and link up with many other sites.
If you would like to donate anything to help Samantha Radford, a child with myocarditis (a virus that attacks the heart muscles), you can do so at this site.
Information about the San Francisco AIDS Walk. Includes links to AIDS service and education providers.
A center for the information of and treatment of cancer patients.
Sexual Health Advocacy and Peer Education home page-lots of links to information about HIV and other STDs, safe sex, etc.
Digital Atheists, Washington, DC, US. This server provides information about sleep apnoea, a sleep disorder that causes the sleeper to stop breathing many times during the night. This potentially dangerous condition is typically characterized by extremely loud snoring, gasping for breath, and/or complete cessation of breathing during sleep.
Here you will find four physician specialists to answer questions.
This section gives great information on the Diseases and Conditions of Sleep Disorders.
Resources for 12-step, recovery, substance abuse and alcoholics anonymous programs.
This site is dedicated to the Stanford University Tuberculosis Research Center.
Stealth Virus Research Program at the USC Infectious Disease Laboratory's site provides information about a group of viruses that has previously gone unrecognized. These viruses were initially identified in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and have since been isolated from patients with a wide variety of illnesses including severe encephalopathy, autism, and other complex neurological and non-neurological diseases.
Information about Steppin' Out, the leading fund raiser for direct care services for people living with AIDS and HIV in southeast Michigan.
Site focusing on Syringomyelia (SM), a disorder in which a cyst forms within the spinal cord.
This is the site of the first WWW service center specializing in cancer research and treatment which is based in Europe.
The Thrombosis Interest Group, a collection of physicians from across Canada, provides this site to study and treat diseases related to thrombosis and coagulation, including stroke and MI.
The Tourette Syndrome Home Page is dedicated to discussion and treatment of Tourette Syndrome (TS), a neurological disorder characterized by tics--involuntary, rapid, sudden movements or vocalizations that occur repeatedly in the same way.
The LSU Medical Center site offers information about TraumaNet, which is dedicated to trauma, case presentations, hotlinks and associated organizations.
Check this site out for the Tuberculosis Advocacy.
Again, another site for Tuberculosis Resources.
Contains information on tuberous sclerosis and related topics.
Informative research on Alzheimer's based at the University of California in Irvine.
A panel of experts reveals their theories on how to treat lower back pain.
This section outlines delivery of patient care and education to those suffering from a wide variety of pulmonary diseases.
This site gives information on the diseases and conditions of Fibromyalgia.
This section provides information on dermatology and the Vitiligo Information Pages.
A source of useful information for those living in the arid areas where the valley fever fungus infections are very common.
A home page providing information about von Hippel-Lindau disease, a rare familial cancer, sponsored by a non-profit support organization.
This site provides drug abuse information for all who need it.
A resource for information about prostate cancer treatments. Includes first-person accounts of patients dealing with prostate cancer.
The National Institutes of Health addressed the need of women's health by establishing the Office of Research on Women's Health. ORWH serves as a focal point for women's health research at the NIH.
A World Wide Web outreach project that enables easy access to Cancer related databases worldwide.
Check here for an online list of abortion providers.
Learn about the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, the types of problems with which it deals, and the programs it employs.
Learn about the Drug Alert, a home drug detection kit that allows parents to easily test for minute traces of illegal drugs in their home.
Contains many useful safety tips, images of emergency services, true life stories and much more.
Medical humor at it's best. Features the most often asked stupid questions.
Emergency managers look here for your information exchange.
Need healthcare while you're traveling? We can enable you to access medical providers worldwide.
This is a worldwide connection for resource information regarding Emergency Medical Service groups. Great for colleges and universities.
Pilots and crew get a chance to exchange information and ideas within the air medical industry.
Are you an emergency dispatcher from EMS, the police or fire department? Connect with your peer in a non-profit group program.
Huge connection based at Louisiana State University. All the information and resource guide you could ever need.
The largest EMS Web link up in the state of Massachusetts.
Provides three http.'s that aid in stimulate research, provide information, and acts as a resource for developing a network of primary care.
Extensive list with links to departments of family practice at universities, associations, hospitals, and other resources.
Virtual handbook that provides a baseline of practical knowledge for primary care providers, a working bibliographic reference guide, and includes a forum for academic and practical discourses.
Hard to find information on the little heard of disease known as Spina Bifida, located at Allegheny General Hospital.
Brooklyn, NY, US This server is devoted to the medical staff of Bay Park Medical, P.C. The medical and occupational health divisions are billed as capable of meeting all the health needs of personal and business clients.
Connect here with the Boys Town research center specializing with hearing, speech and language disorders.
A monitoring and reminder service. Personalized messages are available and the user may listen to samples of the programs. Our computerized service is designed to check up on your loved ones by phone when you can't.
An online connection with the comprehensive cancer program offered at Cedars-Sinai.
Berkeley, CA, US This server provides information about Center for Independent Living, a leader in the independent-living movement that serves as a model for disabled people around the world.
This center offers medical students and faculty the latest technology in research and patient care for children.
Internet Services Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA, US This server offers information about the Internet Services Corporation, a firm that enables the confidential purchase of self-help books, audio tapes and gifts for people facing major challenges, including addiction and recovery, loss and grief, divorce, parenting problems, illness, codependency, abuse, gay and lesbian issues, children's issues, depression and other such.
All the latest information available at this well known medical center.
Here can be found administrative health care needs.
Health and fitness advocate Gary Null and his catalog of books, audio cassettes, videos and nutritional supplements.
An introduction to the center which features interesting MRI cases involving the foot and ankle. Educational opportunities abound.
A heart specialty hospital inside a hospital. Dedicated to the education and development of research in heart disease.
Health Care Information Resources offers electronic information to patients, and health care providers.
This journal is published bimonthly for the Hospital Research and Educational Trust. It offers information on new trends and techniques in research.
This site provides information on testing for colorectal cancer, pregnancy, and glucose.
HyperDOC is a multimedia/hypertext resource of the U.S. National Library of Medicine with extensive on-line information services dealing with clinical care, toxicology and environmental health, and basic biomedical research.
Indianapolis, IN, US This server provides information about iCare Direct which offers online customers savings up to 50 percent on contact lenses and eyeglasses. Online ordering, quick service and nationwide delivery are among the ancillary money-saving ingredients.
An index listing local, state, and national healthcare organizations nationwide.
This is an Institutional Reimbursement Consulting Service ready to help patients that are in financial need. One of the services include a discount drug store.
Infomine is a large database of biological, agricultural, and medical resources. A great source for agricultural, life and medical sciences resources with each resource annotated and presented via a hypertext database.
An International connection accessing clinical health information while paying special attention to the needs of FSU/CIS countries.
This is one of the worlds largest and well known medical care centers. Excellent opportunity for research and treatment.
This center will even make your family feel welcome by recommending hotels, translators, and a brand new facility in the "Big Apple".
One of the largest facilities in the world which specializes in the treatment of children with cancer.
A Company that offers expertise in health / safety and environmental engineering. Magellan is a dynamic company with a wide range of experience. Our team of engineers, safety professionals, industrial hygienists, toxicologists, and technical staff, is second to none in knowledge and performance.
Med Nexus is an exciting Internet based on-line service for physicians and other medical care providers that combines comprehensive support services with a resource rich World Wide Web site!
Access info on bioethics.
Medscape, for health professionals and interested consumers, features peer-reviewed articles, color graphics, stored literature searches, and annotated links to Internet resources.
A nationwide connection among the health care industry including labor, educational organizations and volunteers to develop skill standards.
This plan guarantees health benefits for citizens and legal residents, regardless of health or employment status. It contains no lifetime limits and no interruption if loss or change of jobs.
UHS provides teaching files of General Medicine faculty, practitioners, and residents, which are processed into web-format as a resource for a comprehensive patient care.
The hospital, its people, and its programs, and contains a map showing access routes, and a searchable e-mail address list.
This site is a virtual hospital providing information on the College of Medicine and University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics.
The art work of major medical illustrators is shown in this graphic website. The objective is to link illustrators with their principal clients, such as doctors, medical schools, lawyers, publishers and advertisers. Commissioned work and stock photos are available.
Gain info from Karolinska Medical Institute from Sweden.
Supports more than 75 percent of the vision research conducted in the United States at approximately 250 medical centers.
Health information referral service. puts health professionals and consumers with health questions in touch with those organizations that are best able to provide answers.
A source of information on drug abuse.
A provider health benefits and health services to nearly 200,000 residents of Arizona.
Champion Insurance Advantage, Ltd., Bel Air, MD, US This site contains information about Champion Insurance Advantage, Ltd., which provides student health insurance for full-time students at U.S. colleges and universities, temporary health insurance for new U.S. graduates or persons temporarily withdrawing from school. Health insurance also available for students from U.S. schools participating in an academic program outside the US.
U.S. Healthcare is a company that offers many different products and services. Online customer services and health information are available.
Gain access to medical libraries across the nation.
Gain access to info from Lane Medical Library at Stanford.
Gain access to info from Texas A &M Medical Library.
Gain access to info available on McGoogan Library of Medicine.
Gain access on psychiatry and behavioral medical info from Univ. of Pittsburgh.
Gain access to medical resources available from Univ. of So. Carolina.
Come visit the opportunities available for nursing, midwifery.
Resources available on home births, and midwifery.
This homepage references many sources in nursing, ontology and general medicine.
The Nurse Server provides many services. Included are American Nursing jobs ads, medical referrals, papers and journals. They are about to launch a new electronic journal called Nursing Online.
The Nursing Internet Resources Web-site provides services, including nursing resources by active online map or text listing of geographical site, Directories and Related Resource Guides.
This comprehensive Web-site was rated among the top 5% of all sites on the Internet by Point Survey. Nursing Net provides information on every area of nursing from Student Nursing to the highest levels of specialization. Great graphics, too.
This Web page is dedicated to the writings of Dr. R. R. Parse, as well as general nursing theory. Consider "PARSE'S THEORY OF HUMAN BECOMING" and/or link to Nursing Ontology Discussions.
This Web-site specializes in information in the area of Telephone Triage and Nursing Consultation. Often begun as a marketing program, Telephone Triage often rapidly becomes recognized as excellent providers of health resources, information and education, plus one of the most effective responses to the rapid evolution of health care today. To quote the Web-site, "the registered nurses speak directly to patients, clients or consumers, assisting them in determining the urgency of care needed, referring to or scheduling appointments with physicians, and providing health information to the caller."
Nursing school information at Brigham Young University.
Nursing education available at Duke University.
Programs available in Nursing education at Medical University of S. Carolina.
Nursing resources available for education at Ohio State University.
Learn about the highly ranked nursing program at Oregon Health Sciences Univ.
Learn of the exciting possibilities in the nursing profession at S.E. La. Univ.
Visit the nursing program the Univ. of Akron.
Computer classes available in nursing at University of Arizona.
Nursing education programs available at Univ. of Calif. at San Francisco.
Visit the nursing opportunities available at Univ. of Central Florida.
Welcome to the nursing opportunities available at Univ. of Delaware.
Visit the nursing opportunities available at Univ. of Iowa College of Nursing.
Learn of the nursing opportunities available at one of the most highly ranked schools.
Nursing Sciences education available at West Virginia University.
A peer-review ophthalmology journal.
Information on Radial Keratotomy (RK). A surgical procedure designed to permanently correct nearsightedness and/or astigmatism.
Information on Laser Vision Correction. Discover more about this exciting medical breakthrough.
This was designed to inform you of a unique option for correcting sight.
Here you will find the home page for the American Medical Association. Included is news about the organization, membership information, archives and abstracts from the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Protein Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry provides links to databases and documents of interest to protein chemists, also links associated with protein mass spectrometry allowing submission of mass spectra to a new protein mass spectrum database.
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is a group of 50,000 pediatricians promoting the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. News about the academy, the organization and other links are found here.
A Pediatrics WebServer. These World Wide Web pages are dedicated to the dissemination of on-line information for pediatricians and others interested in child health.
The American Society of Anesthesiologists' Committee on Professional Liability and the American Academy of Pediatrics' Section on Anesthesiology, The Pediatric Peri-Operative Cardiac Arrest Registry.
A site maintained by The Department of Physiology and Biophysics at Cornell University Medical College. Includes a listing of Physiology & Biophysics Servers.
The Electronic Information Service of The Physiological Society. Contains links to publications, news, and to other physiology sites.
Medical information on programs from Columbia Univ.
Comprehensive Skin Care Associates. uses this site to promote its products.
Manchester University contains information about the Medical Informatics Group, an interdisciplinary group concerned with the design and implementation of health-care information systems. MIG has particular interest in all aspects of the Electronic Patient Record, from the intelligent clinical workstation to the terminological problems of medical applications. It is currently involved in GALEN and other projects.
B&C SkinCare Products maintains this server to promote a 100 percent natural skin care program. The product contains no steroids and was developed to care for the skin problems of psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and psoriatic arthritis.
Grasp Lab, U. Penn, Philadelphia, PA, US This server provides information about Walking Wheelchairs, a project that involves the application of robotics to improve the mobility of people restricted to wheelchairs. It includes a demonstration video.
A research center in the Netherlands for psychiatric epidemiology, schizophrenia, depression, etc. Information includes links to other psychiatric sites, personnel Home pages, guest book entries, and more.
Blood Aphorisms is Canada's bestselling fiction magazine, offering book reviews, interviews and the best fiction from around the world.
A quarterly journal focusing on political, policy and law issues relating to health. Contributors come from a variety of disciplines, including political science, economics, history, sociology, health services research, philosophy, etc.
Come find out all you need to know about molecular biology.
Rhode Island Medicine is one of the oldest established state Medical Journals.
Westmead Hospital provides information about teaching and research. Contains a medical imaging and radiology database.
This Parkinson's Web server provides information about Parkinson's research and available treatment. It contains a list of organizations and resources, developments and a glossary of medical terms.
Information about hardware and software solutions for visualization and analysis of point-sampled data volumes in 3D Microscopy and Medical Imaging.
A provider of software for medical practice records management, scheduling, visits and billing.
Software for medical billing, accounting, medical records, appointment scheduling, lab data acquisitions solutions.
Features the development of measuring pharmacy interventions and improving patient results.
Technology featuring sonography, radiology and vascular technology.
Software featuring information for doctors, dentists and medical institutions.
Automate your front office including billing, claims, and management.
The best in healthcare networking and consulting.
Here you can order your specialized hardware and software for the healthcare industry.
Top of the line in technology. This software lets the doctor create his/her own file according to particular specifications including database.
It doesn't get any better than this hi-tech management system for any type of specialty.
Veterinarian Jim Humphries has two books out, Dr. Jim's Animal Clinic For Cats and Dr. Jim's Animal Clinic for Dogs. They are based on thousands of questions answered on national talk radio. He has also produced a video on taking care of your favorite feline entitled Current Cat Care.
The Murdoch University collection of digital images for use in the teaching and learning of respiratory systems in veterinary science.
The Veterinary Center contains information about what's happening today in the world of veterinary science, travel warnings and immunization, a reference desk, international services, dictionaries, glossaries, information on schools including curriculum, course books, modules, etc.
At this site you will find many of the Internet resources related to the veterinary medical profession. You will also find a large collection of information about various animal species in the Electronic Zoo. This is an experimental service and provided courtesy of the Washington University Division of Comparative Medicine, located in St. Louis, Missouri.
Vétonet est une page web pour les vétérinaires. Tout en faisant largement référence à Netvet (serveur américain très complet), Vétonet est en français, et met l'accent sur les évènements qui se passent dans l'hexagone.
VETFIND is the first national veterinary referral service. This site is still under construction so some states may have limited listings at this time. Please bear with us and return for more listings in the months to come.