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Press Release 05-206
Web Tool May Help Doctors Make Better Decisions

Online medical database helps physicians answer clinical questions

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Following Hurricane Katrina in Sept. 2005, a doctor talks to a patient with a broken neck.

Following Hurricane Katrina in Sept. 2005, a doctor talks to a patient with a broken neck at a triage center at Livingston Hospital in Livingston, Texas.

Credit: Liz Roll, Federal Emergency Management Agency


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The DynaMed Web site contains summaries of more than 1,800 medical topics.

The DynaMed Web site contains summaries of more than 1,800 medical topics.

Credit: DynaMed, LLC


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Doctors using DynaMed can make clinical decisions based on information in the database.

Doctors using DynaMed can make clinical decisions based on information in the database.

Credit: DynaMed, LLC


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