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Using ClinicalKey Images
Search and download images in ClinicalKey and use them in your own PowerPoint presentations or posters. View the PowerPoint file below for step-by-step instructions.
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Search the full text of all Clinical Key eBooks
Search well over 1,000 eBooks from Elsevier and its publications using Smart Content, which uses the Elsevier Merged Medical Taxonomy (EmMET) to organize its large holdings. Smart Content is designed to make searches easier, results more relevant, and the entire search process better aligned with a health care professional’s workflow.
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CK more than 1100 full-text books, 850 First Consult monographs, and 2,900 drug monographs. Some e-book titles include Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2014; Gray's Anatomy, 40e; The Harriet Lane Handbook, 12e; Kelly's Textbook of Rheumatology, 9e; and Kumar and Clark's Clinical Medicine, 8e. The book content is continuously updated and revised when updated information becomes available. Includes over 2,000 plus clinical guidelines.
Presentation Maker allows you to use images from ClinicalKey in your personal PowerPoint presentations. Drag and drop images into the Presentation box at the top of the right panel.
You can click on the Presentation box or select the Presentation Maker from My ClinicalKey. Organize your images, then click Export to PowerPoint
You can add items to the Reading List to build your own collection of books and articles to read at your leisure. If you see a result that interests you, but don't have time to read it right away, you can drag it to the box labeled Reading List at the top of the right panel.
Saved Searches allows you to store frequently used search terms for fast, easy access later. Click on the Saved Searches plus sign at the top of the left pane