Medical Resources on the Internet
The following links provide health information for health care professionals. Some of these sites are limited to physicians only.
This site offers information for health professionals on a limited number of health topics, including alzheimer's, cancer, diabetes, non-traditional medicine, organ transplantation, hemolytic uremic syndrome and malaria. Site includes search capabilities and links to related sites.
This site is sponsored by a large group of pharmaceutical companies and includes search capabilities as well as a long listing of links to health-related sites, many of them specifically written for health professionals.
Drug Watch – information on prescription and over-the-counter medications and their associated side effects provided for patients and consumers.
Provides links to more than 1250 web sites, including health-related sites for federal, state, local, not-for-profit, university and other health resources.
The Kentucky Cancer Registry records the incidence of cancer for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Since 1991, the registry has collected and maintained a population based longitudinal database of all cancer cases diagnosed or treated in Kentucky. This server provides direct access to all data published in the annual reports to the Governor and General Assembly of Kentucky. It is intended as a resource which can be used to understand the incidence of cancer in Kentucky.
Medscape calls itself the online resource for better patient care. Over 500,000 practitioners are registered users of the site (which is free). The site includes medical news, drug and MEDLINE search capabilities, and information on a variety of health topics, including AIDS, Cardiology, Infectious Diseases, Managed Care, Medical Practice, Molecular Medicine, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Pharmacotherapy, Primary Care, Psychiatry, Respiratory Care, Surgery, Urology and Women's Health.
Comprehensive index to medical resources on the Internet for physicians and health care providers. Use the search feature or go to specific topics. Includes news, conferences, journals, educational resources and more.
The most extensive collection of published medical information in the world is now accessible, free-of-charge, to Internet users.