In article <9401167614.AA761438796 at ccmail.llu.edu>, cstewart at CCMAIL.LLU.EDU ("cstewart") writes:
>> I am a fourth year student in a Medical Scientist Training Program.
> Offen I imagine how convenient it would be if all the major medical
> textbooks were in electronic form (for both Mac and Windows). To carry my
> Apple Powerbook, which weighs less than most textbooks, and easily access
> a wealth of information that I normally would think twice about looking
> for. In an Alpha Media Catalog I noticed "Pharmacology TextStack" - a
> comprehensive textbook on disk for both Mac or Windows. Are there other
> textbooks available on computer? And are there any retailers that carry
> this kind of product?
Over 100 medical books and journals (full text) are available online
through BRS which is also acessible through the Internet as brs.com. I believe
an annual password costs $75. These books include: Merck Manual, Gray's
Anatomy, Schiff's DISEASES OF THE LIVER, Mandells' PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF
INFECTIOUS DISEASE, Kaplan's COMPREHENSIVE TEXTBOOK OF PSYCHIATRY, Blacklow's
MACBRYDE'S SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS, and many others. They also have the entire
YEARBOOK series online as well as many leading journals.
Ask your librarian how to get an account on BRS. What you need is their
Comprehensive Core Medical Library database.
backon at VMS.HUJI.AC.IL
>> Cary Stewart
>> Loma Linda University
> E-Mail: CSTEWART at CCMAIL.LLU.EDU