Monday, October 3, 2011

Geriatric medicine

No. 1: The most sensitive search filter (Se=94.8%, Sp= 88.7%)
Elderly [tiab] OR community-dwelling [tiab] OR geriatric [tiab] OR “mini-mental state” [tiab] OR alzheimer [tiab] OR alzheimer’s [tiab] OR alzheimers [tiab] OR mmse [tiab] OR caregivers [tiab] OR falls [tiab] OR Adl [tiab] OR Frailty [tiab] OR Gds [tiab] OR Ageing [tiab] OR “hip fractures “ [tiab] OR elders [tiab] OR Frail [tiab] OR Mci [tiab] OR Demented [tiab] OR Psychogeriatrics [tiab] OR “cognitive impairment” [tiab] OR “postmenopausal women” [tiab] OR comorbidities [tiab] OR dementia [tiab] OR aging [tiab] OR older [tiab] OR “daily living” [tiab] OR “cognitive decline” [tiab] OR “cognitive impairment” [tiab] OR residents [tiab] OR “cognitive functioning” OR “old people” [tiab] OR nursing homes [mh] OR Geriatric assessment [mh] OR aging [mh] OR frail elderly [mh] OR Alzheimer disease [mh] OR homes for the aged [mh] OR cognition disorders
[mh] OR dementia [mh] OR Activities of daily living [mh] OR aged, 80 and over [mh]

No. 2: The most specific search filter (Se=69.1%, Sp=96.6%)
Elderly [tiab] OR community-dwelling [tiab] OR geriatric [tiab] OR “mini-mental state” [tiab] OR alzheimer [tiab] OR alzheimer’s [tiab] OR alzheimers [tiab] OR mmse [tiab] OR caregivers [tiab] OR falls [tiab] OR Adl [tiab] OR Frailty [tiab] OR Gds [tiab] OR Ageing [tiab] OR elders [tiab] OR Frail [tiab] OR Mci [tiab] OR Demented [tiab] OR Psychogeriatrics [tiab] OR “cognitive impairment” [tiab] OR “postmenopausal women” [tiab] OR Comorbidities [tiab] OR geriatric assessment [mh] OR Nursing homes [mh] OR frail elderly [mh] OR alzheimer disease/epidemiology [mh] OR cognition disorders/diagnosis [mh] OR cognition disorders/epidemiology [mh] OR homes for the aged [mh]

No. 3: Specific search filter with increased sensitivity (Se=75.3%, Sp=96.0%)
Elderly [tiab] OR community-dwelling [tiab] OR geriatric [tiab] OR “mini-mental state” [tiab] OR alzheimer [tiab] OR alzheimer’s [tiab] OR alzheimers [tiab]OR mmse [tiab] OR caregivers [tiab] OR falls [tiab] OR Adl [tiab] OR Frailty [tiab] OR Gds [tiab] OR Ageing [tiab] OR elders [tiab] OR Frail [tiab] OR Mci [tiab] OR Demented [tiab] OR Psychogeriatrics [tiab] OR “cognitive impairment” [tiab] OR “postmenopausal women” [tiab] OR Comorbidities [tiab] OR geriatric assessment [mh] OR Nursing homes [mh] OR frail elderly [mh] OR cognition disorders/diagnosis [mh] OR cognition disorders/epidemiology [mh] OR homes for the aged [mh] OR alzheimer disease [mh] OR dementia [tiab]

Published by: van de Glind EM, van Munster BC, Spijker R, Scholten RJ, Hooft L. Search filters to identify geriatric medicine in Medline. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2011 Sep 23. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 21946235.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

checkpoint kinase 2

(chek2 OR chek-2 OR chk-2 OR chk2 OR "checkpointkinase 2" OR "checkpoint kinase 2" OR "check point kinase 2" OR "checkpoint kinase 2"[supplementary concept] OR I157T OR 1100delC OR rs17879961)

Friday, August 12, 2011

minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) -- keywords and MeSH



(MIC OR "Minimum inhibitory concentration" OR "minimum-inhibitory concentration" OR "Minimum inhibitory concentrations" OR "minimum-inhibitory concentrations" OR "Minimal inhibitory concentration" OR "minimal-inhibitory concentration" OR "Minimal inhibitory concentrations" OR "minimal-inhibitory concentrations" OR MICs OR "microbial sensitivity test" OR "microbial sensitivity tests" OR "microbial-sensitivity test" OR "microbial sensitivity test" OR "Antimicrobial Susceptibility" OR "Drug Sensitivity Assay" OR "Drug Sensitivity Assays" OR Antibiogram* OR "bacterial sensitivity test" OR "bacterial-sensitivity test" OR "bacterial sensitivity tests" OR "bacterial-sensitivity tests" OR "Microbial Sensitivity Tests"[Mesh] OR "Inhibitory Concentration 50"[Mesh]) 

8/29/14 - The strategy above has been revised .  Many thanks to Jean-Dominique Pierret, Ph.D.  who suggested that I OR in --
"Minimal inhibitory concentration" OR "minimal-inhibitory concentration" OR "Minimal inhibitory concentrations" OR "minimal-inhibitory concentrations"
 

vancomycin -- keywords and MeSH

Vancomycin* OR Vancomicin* OR Vankomycin* OR Vankomysiin* OR Vanco OR Vankomicin* OR Vankomisin* OR Wankomycyn* OR Balcoran OR Fabomicina OR Icoplax OR Kovan OR Vamysin OR Vancogram OR Vancomax OR Vanconorth OR Varedet OR Amplobac OR Biovancomin OR Copovan OR Diatracin OR Edicin OR Estavam OR Farmaciclin OR Glipep OR Ifavac OR Levovanox OR Lyphocin OR Maxivanil OR Orivan OR Rivervan OR Vacsol OR Vagran OR Vakocil OR Vamistol OR Vanaurus OR Vancam OR Vancep OR Vancin OR Vancin* OR Vanclomin OR Vancoabbott OR Vancobehr OR Vancocid OR Vancocin* OR Vancocina OR Vancocine OR Vancogen OR Vancoled OR Vancolon OR Vancomabol OR Vancoplus OR Vancor OR Vancorin OR Vancorus OR Vanco-saar OR Vancosan OR Vancoscand OR Vancoson OR Vancotenk OR Vancotex OR Vancotrat OR Vancox OR Vanlid OR Vanmicina OR Vanosyn OR Voncon OR Vondem OR Voxin Vianex OR Zengac OR "Vancomycin"[Mesh] OR "Vancomycin Resistance"[Mesh] OR "vancomycin B" [Supplementary Concept]

Thursday, August 11, 2011

surface wrinkling retinopathy -- keywords and MeSH

Based on several opthalmologists websites, the keywords in the following search statement appear to be synonyms.   "Epiretinal Membrane"[mesh] is not the only subject heading that has been used for this condition but is the most specific.

"Epiretinal Membrane"[Mesh] OR "epiretinal membrane" OR "surface wrinkling retinopathy" OR "cellophane retinopathy"[tiab] OR "internal limiting membrane disease"[tiab] OR "macular pucker"

Monday, August 8, 2011

radiology/radiation -- keywords

"radiation science" OR "radiation technology" OR "radiation technologist" OR "radiation technologists" OR radiologist* OR "radiologic technologist" OR "radiologic technology" OR "radiologic technologists" OR radiology  OR radiation OR radiology OR radiologic OR irradiation OR irradiat* OR isotopes OR isotope OR isotopic OR x-ray OR ultrasound OR sonogra* OR ultrasonogra* OR CT OR tomogra* OR "nuclear medicine" OR absorptiometr* OR angiogra* OR arthrogra* OR cineradiogra* OR electrokymogra* OR fluoroscop* OR hysterosalpingogra* OR lymphogra* OR mammogra* OR xeromammogra* OR neuroradiogra* OR ventriculogra* OR echoencephalogra* OR myelogra* OR pneumoencephalogra* OR pneumoradiogra* OR "image enhancement" OR "digital subtraction" OR "image interpretation" OR cholangiogra* OR cholecystogra* OR defecogra* OR portogra* OR bitewing* OR sialogra* OR bronchogra* OR "age determination" OR "age determinations" OR urogra* OR xeroradiogra*  OR ((skeleton* OR skeletal*) AND ("sex determination" OR "sex determinations")) OR dosimetr* OR positron OR rad OR rads OR gy OR ionizing OR nonionizing OR "alpha particles" OR "alpha rays" OR "beta particles" OR "beta rays" OR "gamma rays" OR x-rays OR terahertz OR electromagnetic

granulomatous myringitis -- keywords

"myringitis granulosa" OR "polypoid myringitis" OR "granular myringitis" OR "granular tympanitis" OR "granulomatous tympanitis" OR "granulomatous myringitis" OR "Granulating myringitis" OR "Granulomatous otitis externa" OR "chronic myringitis" OR "tympanic membrane epithelitis"

Thursday, July 21, 2011

bisphosphonates -- keywords

These keywords were obtained from AHFS Drug Information 2011.  I was searching for recent rates of use/compliance/refusal etc in the U.S. so I only needed English generic names and U.S. trade names (no investigational names, or foreign trade or generic names, etc.).

(bisphosphonate* OR diphosphonat* OR Alendron* OR fosamax OR  Etidron* OR didronel OR  Ibandronate OR boniva OR Pamidronate OR aredia OR  Risedronate OR actonel OR  Zoledronic OR zometa OR reclast)

Monday, July 18, 2011

Vitamin D -- keywords and MeSH

This is an initial try at a Vitamin D search.  Most of the names are from the MeSH entry term lists and narrower terms lists; some are from PubChem.

"Vitamin D3" OR "Vitamin D 3" OR "Vitamin D2" OR "Vitamin D1" OR "Vitamin D" OR Calciol OR Cholecalciferol* OR Hydroxycholecalciferol* OR  "Hydroxyvitamin D" OR Calcidiol OR "25-Hydroxyvitamin D3" OR "25 Hydroxyvitamin D3" OR 25-Hydroxycholecalciferol OR "25 Hydroxycholecalciferol" OR "25-Hydroxyvitamin D 3" OR "25 Hydroxyvitamin D 3" OR Hidroferol OR Calcifediol OR Calderol OR Dedrogyl OR "Dihydroxyvitamin D 3" OR "Dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR 24,25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol OR "24,25 Dihydroxycholecalciferol" OR 24R,25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol OR "(24R)-24,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR "1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR "1,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR "1,25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol" OR "1,25 Dihydroxycholecalciferol" OR "1 alpha,25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol" OR "1 alpha,25 Dihydroxycholecalciferol" OR "1 alpha,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR "1 alpha,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR "D3, 1 alpha,25-Dihydroxyvitamin" OR Bocatriol OR Calcitriol OR Calcijex OR Decostriol OR MC1288 OR MC-1288 OR "MC 1288" OR Osteotriol OR Renatriol OR Rocaltrol OR Silkis OR Sitriol OR Soltriol OR Tirocal OR "20-epi-1alpha,25-dihydroxycholecaliferol" OR "1 alpha, 25-dihydroxy-20-epi-Vitamin D3" OR "1 alpha, 25 dihydroxy 20 epi Vitamin D3" OR Calciferol* OR "Vitamin D 2" OR "Vitamin D2" OR Ergocalciferol* OR "25 Hydroxyvitamin D 2" OR Ercalcidiol* OR "25-Hydroxyvitamin D2" OR "25 Hydroxyvitamin D2" OR 25-Hydroxycalciferol OR "25 Hydroxycalciferol" OR 25-Hydroxyergocalciferol OR "25 Hydroxyergocalciferol" OR Dihydrotachysterin OR Tachystin OR Calcamine OR "AT 10" OR AT-10 OR "AT10" OR Calciol OR Colecalciferol* OR Deparal OR Ricketon OR Trivitan OR Vigorsan OR Cholecalciferol* OR Diaverene OR "(24R)-Hydroxycalcidiol" OR SECALCIFEROL* OR "24r,25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol " OR "24(R),25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol" OR "24,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D" OR "24,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR 24,25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol OR Calcifidiol OR Delakmin OR Calcifediol* OR Calcidiol* OR Calderol


The following hyphenated and/or multi-word search terms were not found by PubMed and were removed to avoid retrieval of irrelevant results:


"Ro 21-5816" OR Ro-21-5816 OR "20 epi 1alpha,25 dihydroxycholecaliferol" OR "1,25-dihydroxy-20-epi-Vitamin D3" OR "1,25 dihydroxy 20 epi Vitamin D3" OR "D3, 1,25-dihydroxy-20-epi-Vitamin" OR "9,10-Secoergosta-5,7,10(19),22-tetraene-3 beta,25-diol" OR "Oleovitamin D3" OR "Osteo D" OR "24(R),25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3" OR "24,25-Dihydroxyvitamine D3" OR "5,6-cis-25-Hydroxyvitamin D3" OR "Ro 8-8892" OR "Ro-8-8892" OR "1,25(OH)2-20epi-D3" OR "Hydroxyvitamins D" OR "20-epi-1alpha, 25-dihydroxycholecaliferol" OR  "K-DR" OR  "24(R),25-Dihydroxycholecalciferol"

 

COPD -- keywords and MeSH

((((airflow OR airway* OR lung[tiab] OR lungs[tiab] OR bronchopulmon* OR bronchi OR bronchitic OR bronchial OR respiratory OR bronchiti*) AND obstruct*)  AND chronic) OR emphysem* OR COAD OR COPD OR "Pulmonary Disease, Chronic Obstructive"[Mesh])

The above is based, in large part, on the COPD keyword strategy that Lorie Kloda has posted on this blog. 

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

topical administration -- keywords and mesh


("Administration, Topical"[mesh] OR "Iontophoresis"[Mesh] OR "Ointments"[Mesh] OR "Gels"[Mesh] OR "transdermal patch"[mesh] OR "Mouthwashes"[Mesh] OR "Dentifrices"[Mesh] OR  topical* OR cream* OR ointment* OR salve* OR trans-cutaneous OR transcutaneous OR iontophor* OR Ionto-phor* OR transdermal OR trans-dermal OR unguent* OR paste* OR gel* OR rinse OR swish* OR Mouthwash* OR dentrific* OR toothpast* )

dapsone -- keywords and MeSH

dapsone OR dapson* OR DADPS OR Dapson OR Dapsona OR Dapsonas OR Dapsoni OR Dapsonum OR Dapszon OR DDS OR Diaminodiphenylsulfone OR Diaphenylsulfone OR Disulone OR NSC6091 OR Sulphonyldianiline OR Aczone OR Avlosulfon* OR Daps OR Dapsoderm-X OR Disulone OR Dopsan OR Isoprodian OR Lepravir OR Maloprim OR Novasulfon OR Pyrisone OR Servidapsone OR Sulfona OR Sulfona OR "Dapsone"[Mesh] OR "chloroguanil, dapsone drug combination" [Supplementary Concept] OR "dapsone, methyluracil drug combination" [Supplementary Concept] OR "diformyl dapsone" [Supplementary Concept] OR "4-amino-4'-hydroxylaminodiphenylsulfone" [Supplementary Concept]

The following hyphenated and/or multi-word terms were not found by PubMed and were removed:

"NSC 6091" OR NSC-6091 OR "4,4'-Sulfonylbis-benzenamine" OR "Bis(4-aminophenyl) sulphone" OR "lepromix mb" OR "lepromix pb" OR "4,4'-Diaminophenyl Sulfone" OR "4,4' Diaminophenyl Sulfone"
 

Friday, July 1, 2011

Outcome terms that may be useful for training program outcome searches

Below are some outcome terms that may be useful when searching for articles about the outcomes of nurse/staff orientation/training programs:

PubMed:
( simulat* OR  osce OR osces OR master* OR competen* OR test OR tests OR testing OR tested OR assess OR assesses OR assessing OR assessment* OR assessed OR measure OR measured OR measuring OR measures OR measurement* OR outcome OR outcomes OR satisfaction OR error* OR retention OR retain* OR sustain* OR maintain* OR turnover OR "program evaluation"[mesh] OR "personnel turnover"[mesh] OR "organizational objectives"[mesh] OR "attitude of health personnel"[mesh] OR "clinical competence"[mesh] OR "interprofessional relations"[mesh] OR "program evaluation"[mesh] OR "psychomotor performance"[mesh] OR "socialization"[mesh] OR "thinking"[mesh] OR "self efficacy"[mesh] OR "communication"[mesh] OR "job satisfaction"[mesh] OR "social support"[mesh] OR "evaluation studies"[publication type] OR "cost-benefit analysis"[mesh] OR "cost savings"[mesh] OR "adaptation, psychological"[mesh]) 

CINAHL:
(simulat* OR osce OR osces OR master* OR competen* OR test OR tests OR testing OR tested OR assess OR assesses OR assessing OR assessment* OR assessed OR measure OR measured OR measuring OR measures OR measurement* OR outcome OR outcomes OR satisfaction OR error* OR retention OR retain* OR sustain* OR maintain*  OR turnover OR MH "program evaluation+" OR MH "personnel turnover+" OR MH "organizational objectives" OR MH "attitude of health personnel+" OR MH "clinical competence+" OR MH "interprofessional relations+" OR MH "program evaluation+" OR MH "psychomotor performance+" OR MH "socialization+" OR MH "thinking+" OR MH "self efficacy+" OR MH "communication+" OR MH "job satisfaction+" OR MH "Support, Psychosocial+" OR MH "cost-benefit analysis+" OR MH "cost savings+" OR MH "adaptation, psychological+") )

Thursday, June 23, 2011

volunteer mobilization -- keywords

Two term lists that may be useful in searching for articles about mobilizing community support/volunteers.  The second list of terms, a list of terms used for lay health workers, is useful when you're looking for a specific type of worker.  As in "asian allies" OR "asian ally" OR "asian volunteer" OR "asian volunteers"...

engag* OR mobilis* OR mobiliz* OR recruit* OR involv*  OR booster* OR cheerleader* OR allies OR ally OR volunteer*

allies OR ally OR volunteer* OR leader* OR aide OR assistant* OR worker* OR supporter* OR mentor* OR facilitator* OR teacher* OR instructor* OR educator* OR assistant* OR worker*  OR aide* 

exercise -- keywords

This strategy was composed as part of a search for the effects of exercises that raise pulse and respiratory rates. I'm sure I've left out some important terms. The following is a place to start.

(exercise OR exercised OR exercising OR exercises OR exerciser* OR aerobics OR calisthenic* OR active OR activity OR activities OR "physical education" OR "physical training" OR sport OR sports OR basketball* OR baseball* OR softball* OR football* OR volleyball* OR lacrosse OR squash OR hockey OR soccer OR rugby OR ((play OR plays OR played OR playing OR player*) AND (ball OR balls OR tag OR "hide and seek")) OR racquetball* OR "roller blading" OR rollerblad* OR "track and field" OR vault* OR hurdle* OR marathon* OR triathlon* OR biathlon* OR pentathlon* OR race[tiab] OR races[tiab] OR raced OR racing OR races OR racer* OR dash OR dashes OR dasher* OR sprint* OR run OR runs OR running OR ran OR runner* OR jog OR jogs OR jogging OR jogged OR jogger* OR jump OR jumps OR jumped OR jumping OR jumper* OR swimming OR swim OR swims OR swam OR swimmer* OR polo OR canoe* OR kayak* OR rowing OR row OR rows OR rowed OR rower* OR cycling OR cyclist* OR bicycl* OR skating OR skate[tiab] OR skates[tiab] OR skated OR skater* OR ski OR skis OR skiing OR skied OR skier* OR snowboard* OR tennis OR judo OR "martial arts" OR "martial art" OR (martial AND (art[tiab] OR arts OR artist*)) OR "martial artists" OR spar OR sparred OR sparring OR spars OR jiu-jitsu OR jiujitsu OR jujutsu OR sojutsu OR defendo OR karate OR kenpo OR kickbox* OR shinkendo OR aikido OR jodo OR judo OR kendo OR kyudo OR ninjutsu OR boxing OR shootfight* OR taekwondo OR sumo OR fencing OR fence OR fences OR fenced OR fencer* OR wrestle OR wrestles OR wrestling OR wrestled OR wrestler* OR gymnastic* OR gymnast OR gymnasts OR zumba* OR dance OR danced OR dances OR dancing OR dancer* OR ballet OR ballerina* folkdance* OR walk*[tiab] OR orienteer* OR hike OR hikes OR hiked OR hiking OR hiker* OR climb OR climbs OR climbing OR climber* OR climbed)

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

central lines -- keywords


("central line" OR "central lines" OR "central line-associated" OR "central line-related" OR central-line* OR "central intravenous line" OR "central intravenous lines" OR "central venous line" OR "central venous lines" OR "central venous access catheter" OR "central venous access catheters" OR "central catheter" OR "central catheters" OR "split cath" OR split-cath OR propicc OR vascupicc OR multicath OR  “central venous catheter” OR “central venous catheters” OR “central venous access” OR “peripheral intravenous central catheters” OR “peripherally inserted Central Catheter” OR “peripheral intravenous central catheter” OR “peripherally inserted Central Catheters” OR IAP OR “umbilical artery catheters” OR UACs OR “umbilical vein catheters” OR UVCs OR “central venous access devices” OR CVADs OR “central IV line” OR “umbilical artery catheter” OR UAC OR “umbilical vein catheter” OR UVC OR “central venous access device” OR CVAD OR “central IV lines” OR mediport  OR “swan-ganz” OR “swan ganz” OR ((Hickman*[tiab] OR Groshong*[tiab] OR broviac[tiab] OR hohn[tiab] OR leonard[tiab] OR trifusion OR jugular* OR subclavian OR femoral OR "pulmonary artery" OR "split stream" OR eschelon OR midline OR morpheus OR neostar OR “central venous pressure” OR “central venous pressures” OR cvp OR cvps OR “central access”) AND (access OR line OR lines OR catheter OR catheters OR catheterisation* OR catheterization*)) OR CVC OR CVCs OR PICC OR PICCs OR powerPICC OR RadPICC OR CLABSI* OR TIVAS OR "central intraarterial line" OR "central intraarterial lines" OR "central arterial line" OR "central arterial lines" OR "pulmonary artery catheter" OR "pulmonary artery catheters" OR "pulmonary artery line" OR "pulmonary artery lines" OR "central intra-arterial line" OR "central intra-arterial lines" OR "swan ganz" OR swan-ganz OR ((implanted OR implantable OR Groshong[tiab] OR omega[tiab] OR passport OR dignity OR titanium OR triumph*) AND (port OR ports OR catheter* OR line OR lines)) OR "totally implantable venous access" OR portacath* OR porta-cath* OR port-a-cath* OR microport OR bardport OR powerport OR infuse-a-port OR medi-port OR mediport OR x-port OR slimport OR powerline OR powerhohn OR powerhickman OR powergroshong OR per-q-cath OR "p.a.s. port" OR "pas port" OR life-port* OR lifeport* OR "life port" OR "life ports" OR titanport* )

Thursday, June 16, 2011

interventions to improve compliance with pharmacologic therapy

These are not comprehensive searches. Rather they are relatively focused searches for articles about interventions designed to improve compliance to drug therapy. I've been asked for similar searches repeatedly and expect to be asked for work on this search topic again in the future. I'm posting these searches so I have a more advanced starting place for my future efforts. If you are aiming at comprehensive retrieval, removing the [ti] tags and changing [majr] to [mesh] would produce a starting point .

MEDLINE:
((("Patient Compliance"[MAJR] OR compliant[ti] OR compliance[ti] OR comply[ti] OR complying[ti] OR complied[ti] OR complies[ti] OR adhere[ti] OR adheres[ti] OR adhering[ti] OR adherent[ti] OR adhered[ti] OR adherence[ti]) and ("drug therapy"[sh] OR drug OR drugs OR medication* OR pharmacolog* OR Pharmacotherap* OR dose OR doses OR doseage* OR dosage* OR dosing OR dosed OR pill OR pills OR capsule OR capsules OR tablet* OR injection* OR injected OR injects OR injecting OR "drug therapy"[majr] )) OR "medication adherence"[mAJR] ) AND (support*[ti] OR patient-support[ti] OR "Social Support"[majr] OR "pharmacist care" OR "pharmaceutical care" OR program[ti] OR intervention*[ti] OR "Outcome and Process Assessment (Health Care)"[majr] OR "Patient Education as Topic/methods"[majr] OR "Community Pharmacy Services"[majr] OR "Persuasive Communication"[majr] OR "Cellular Phone"[majr] OR "Reminder Systems"[majr] OR "motivation"[majr] OR "Monitoring, Ambulatory"[majr] OR "Counseling/methods"[majr] OR "Interviews as Topic/methods"[majr] OR "Deductibles and Coinsurance/economics"[majr] OR "Cost Savings"[majr] OR "Medical Informatics Applications"[majr] OR "Taste"[majr] OR pleasant*[ti] OR palatab*[ti] OR "mobile phone"[ti] OR "mobile phones"[ti] OR "cellular phone"[ti] OR "cellular phones"[ti] OR "cell phone"[ti] OR "cell phones"[ti] OR videophone*[ti] OR "text message"[ti] OR "text messages"[ti] OR "text messaging"[ti] OR "text messaged"[ti] OR reminder*[ti] OR alert[ti] OR alerts[ti] OR alerting[ti] OR alerted[ti] OR message*[ti] OR (single*[ti] AND multiple*[ti] ) OR "avoid discontinuation"[ti] OR "phone calls"[ti] OR "phone call"[ti] OR "copayment reduction"[ti] OR "copayment reductions"[ti] OR "reduced copayments"[ti] OR "reduced copayment"[ti] OR "cut copayments"[ti] OR "copayment cuts"[ti] OR "cut copayment"[ti] OR "copayment cut"[ti] OR "adherence intervention"[ti] OR "compliance intervention"[ti] OR "adherence interventions"[ti] OR "compliance interventions"[ti] OR mailing*[ti] OR motivational[ti] OR "home telemonitoring"[ti] OR strategies[ti] OR strategy[ti] OR (simplif*[ti] AND Regimen*[ti] ) OR "improving adherence"[ti] OR value-based[ti] OR "value based"[ti] OR "disease management"[ti] OR "compliance aid"[ti] OR "compliance aids"[ti] OR "adherence aid"[ti] OR "adherence aids"[ti] OR "addressing nonadherence"[ti] OR "adressing noncompliance"[ti] OR Nudg*[ti] OR coach*[ti] OR engag*[ti] OR DOTS[ti] OR "directly observed"[ti] OR directly-observed[ti] OR "lay health worker"[ti] OR "lay health-worker"[ti] OR newsletter*[ti] OR incentive*[ti] OR assistance[ti] OR counsel*[ti] OR promot*[ti] OR SMS[ti] OR educat*[ti])

PREMEDLINE/OLD MEDLINE/unindexed PMC records
((compliant[ti] OR compliance[ti] OR comply[ti] OR complying[ti] OR complied[ti] OR complies[ti] OR adhere[ti] OR adheres[ti] OR adhering[ti] OR adherent[ti] OR adhered[ti] OR adherence[ti]) and ( drug OR drugs OR medication* OR pharmacolog* OR Pharmacotherap* OR dose OR doses OR doseage* OR dosage* OR dosing OR dosed OR pill OR pills OR capsule OR capsules OR tablet* OR injection* OR injected OR injects OR injecting )) AND (support*[ti] OR patient-support[ti] OR "pharmacist care" OR "pharmaceutical care" OR program[ti] OR intervention*[ti] OR pleasant*[ti] OR palatab*[ti] OR "mobile phone"[ti] OR "mobile phones"[ti] OR "cellular phone"[ti] OR "cellular phones"[ti] OR "cell phone"[ti] OR "cell phones"[ti] OR videophone*[ti] OR "text message"[ti] OR "text messages"[ti] OR "text messaging"[ti] OR "text messaged"[ti] OR reminder*[ti] OR alert[ti] OR alerts[ti] OR alerting[ti] OR alerted[ti] OR message*[ti] OR (single*[ti] AND multiple*[ti] ) OR "avoid discontinuation"[ti] OR "phone calls"[ti] OR "phone call"[ti] OR "copayment reduction"[ti] OR "copayment reductions"[ti] OR "reduced copayments"[ti] OR "reduced copayment"[ti] OR "cut copayments"[ti] OR "copayment cuts"[ti] OR "cut copayment"[ti] OR "copayment cut"[ti] OR "adherence intervention"[ti] OR "compliance intervention"[ti] OR "adherence interventions"[ti] OR "compliance interventions"[ti] OR mailing*[ti] OR motivational[ti] OR "home telemonitoring"[ti] OR strategies[ti] OR strategy[ti] OR (simplif*[ti] AND Regimen*[ti] ) OR "improving adherence"[ti] OR value-based[ti] OR "value based"[ti] OR "disease management"[ti] OR "compliance aid"[ti] OR "compliance aids"[ti] OR "adherence aid"[ti] OR "adherence aids"[ti] OR "addressing nonadherence"[ti] OR "adressing noncompliance"[ti] OR Nudg*[ti] OR coach*[ti] OR engag*[ti] OR DOTS[ti] OR "directly observed"[ti] OR directly-observed[ti] OR "lay health worker"[ti] OR "lay health-worker"[ti] OR newsletter*[ti] OR incentive*[ti] OR assistance[ti] OR counsel*[ti] OR promot*[ti] OR SMS[ti] OR educat*[ti]) NOT MEDLINE[sb]

EBSCO databases keywords
TI ( compliant OR compliance OR comply OR complying OR complied OR complies OR adhere OR adheres OR adhering OR adherent OR adhered OR adherence ) and ( drug OR drugs OR medication* OR pharmacolog* OR Pharmacotherap* OR dose OR doses OR doseage* OR dosage* OR dosing OR dosed OR pill OR pills OR capsule OR capsules OR tablet* OR injection* OR injected OR injects OR injecting ) and TI ( support* OR patient-support OR "pharmacist care" OR "pharmaceutical care" OR program OR intervention* OR pleasant* OR palatab* OR "mobile phone" OR "mobile phones" OR "cellular phone" OR "cellular phones" OR "cell phone" OR "cell phones" OR videophone* OR "text message" OR "text messages" OR "text messaging" OR "text messaged" OR reminder* OR alert OR alerts OR alerting OR alerted OR message* OR (single* AND multiple* ) OR "avoid discontinuation" OR "phone calls" OR "phone call" OR "copayment reduction" OR "copayment reductions" OR "reduced copayments" OR "reduced copayment" OR "cut copayments" OR "copayment cuts" OR "cut copayment" OR "copayment cut" OR "adherence intervention" OR "compliance intervention" OR "adherence interventions" OR "compliance interventions" OR mailing* OR motivational OR "home telemonitoring" OR strategies OR strategy OR (simplif* AND Regimen* ) OR "improving adherence" OR value-based OR "value based" OR "disease management" OR "compliance aid" OR "compliance aids" OR "adherence aid" OR "adherence aids" OR "addressing nonadherence" OR "adressing noncompliance" OR Nudg* OR coach* OR engag* OR DOTS OR "directly observed" OR directly-observed OR "lay health worker" OR "lay health-worker" OR newsletter* OR incentive* OR assistance OR counsel* OR promot* OR SMS OR educat* )

compliance -- keywords

compliant OR compliance OR  comply OR complying OR complied OR complies OR adhere OR adheres OR adhering OR adherent OR adhered OR adherence OR noncompliant OR noncompliance OR noncomplying  OR non-compliant OR non-compliance OR non-complying  OR nonadhering OR nonadherent OR nonadherence OR non-adhering OR non-adherent OR non-adherence OR (refuse[tiab] AND treatment*[tiab]) OR "refused treatment" OR "refusing treatment" OR "refuses treatment" OR "treatment refusal" OR "refuse treatments" OR "refused treatments" OR "refusing treatments" OR "refuses treatments" OR "decline treatment" OR "declined treatment" OR "declining treatment" OR "declines treatment"  OR "decline treatments" OR "declined treatments" OR "declining treatments" OR "declines treatments" OR "treatment dropout" OR "treatment dropouts" OR "treatment drop-out" OR "treatment drop-outs" OR "directly observed therapy" OR "directly-observed therapy" OR "directly observed treatment" OR "directly-observed treatment" OR (DOTS AND (therapy OR therapies OR treatment* OR pill OR pills OR capsule OR capsules OR injection*OR Injected OR injecting OR inject OR swallowing OR swallowed OR swallows OR swallow))

delayed or persistent effects/AEs

I have never come up with a totally satisfactory list of terms for this concept.  The search strategy below is an initial stab at the concept.  Of course, not all terms work in all searches and any suggestions are, as always, welcome.

(longterm OR long-term OR "long term" OR extended OR persistent OR prolonged OR protracted OR unremitting OR late-onset OR "late onset" OR "delayed-onset" OR "delayed onset" OR delayed OR decade* OR years OR longitudinal OR follow-up OR "follow up" )

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

disparities -- keywords

The "disparities" concept like the "treatment" concept is one that I usually do not include in keyword searches.  However, today I was confronted with a search that retrieved an overwhelming number of irrelevant results without the "disparities" concept so I've started a disparities keyword list.  Suggestions are welcome.

(disparat* OR disparit* OR  inequit* OR unequal* OR inequal* OR different OR difference OR differences OR  discrepan* OR equit* OR fairly OR fairness  OR unfair* OR disadvantage* OR advantage* OR variation* OR barrier* OR "Odds ratio" OR "relative risk" OR "relative risks"  OR versus OR compare OR compares OR comparable OR compared OR comparing OR comparison*)

Depending on the search, the generic 'rate-related' terms might be useful also:
rate OR rates OR incidence* OR prevalence* OR statistic* OR "per capita" OR risk OR risks

rural -- keywords

(Rural* OR agricultur* OR wilderness* OR frontier* OR ((tribal OR tribe OR tribes OR native OR indian) AND reservation*) OR farmer OR farmers OR farming OR farm OR farms OR nonurban* OR "non-urban"  OR remote OR outback* OR isolated OR "small town" OR "small towns" OR village* OR settlement*)

"remote" OR isolated  can cause problems with irrelevant results.  However, they work in some searches.   The following "isolate ___" OR "remote ____" phrases may work better  in some searches -- 

“remote area” OR “remote areas” OR “remote region” OR “remote regions” OR “isolated area” OR “isolated areas”  OR "isolated region" OR "isolated regions"  OR "remote location" OR "remote locations" OR "isolated location" OR "isolated locations" OR  "remote site" OR "remote sites" OR "isolated site" OR "isolated sites" 


In some searches the terms -- 
nonurban OR nonmetropolitan OR "non-urban" OR "non-metropolitan"  
-- may be important.  However, these may retrieve content concernign suburban areas.
 
Depending on the search topic, the searcher may wish to OR in 
--the names of native tribes and/or native peoples, e.g. 
eskimo* OR "first people" OR "first peoples" OR aborigin* ...

-- terms for migrant laborers
migrant* OR 

-- terms for other people groups who tend to live in rural settings
amish OR hutterite* ...

-- names of various farm animals, farm equipment, farm buildings, farm activities, crops, diseases associated with farming,  (although depending on other search concepts, some of these might cause retrieval of an overwhelming number of irrelevant results)

plow OR plows OR till OR tills OR tilling OR tilled OR plant OR plants OR  planting OR planted OR  tiller* OR harvest* OR horticultur* OR bovine OR cow OR cows OR heifer* OR steer* OR bull OR bulls OR beef OR sheep OR lamb OR lambs OR goat* OR chicken* OR porcine OR pig OR pigs OR sow OR sows OR horse OR horses OR equine OR mare OR mares OR silo OR silos OR barn OR barns OR coop OR coops  OR dairy OR dairies OR stable OR stables  OR "cow pox".... 

 

urban -- keywords

(urban* OR metropoli* OR metropolitan* OR megalopoli* OR city OR cities OR city-dweller*)

Depending on the search topic, the searcher may also wish to OR in terms typical of city life "heavy traffic" OR smog OR crowding OR crowded OR overpopulated OR over-populated OR "heavily populated" OR "densely populated" OR industrial* OR factory OR factories 

primary care -- keywords

("primary care" OR "family practice" OR "family physician" OR "family physicians" OR "general practice" OR "general practitioners" OR "general practitioner" OR pediatric* OR paediatric* OR "internal medicine" OR "personal physician")

Nurse practitioners and physicians assistants can specialize.  However, if other search concepts specify remote geographic areas where specialists are less common, it might be safe to OR in terms for nurse practitioners and physician's assistants:

"nurse practitioner" OR "nurse practitioners" OR "advanced practice nurse" OR "advanced practice nurses" OR "physicians assistant" OR "physicians assistants" OR "physician assistant" OR "physician assistants" OR "physician's assistant" OR "physician's assistants"


For another search, I composed the following rough draft search:

"Community Health Services"[Mesh:NoExp] OR "Child Health Services"[Mesh:NoExp] OR "Community Health Nursing"[Mesh:NoExp] OR "Maternal Health Services"[Mesh] OR "Primary Health Care"[Mesh] OR "Primary Care Nursing"[Mesh] OR "Physicians, Primary Care"[Mesh] OR "preventive care"[tiab] OR "preventive healthcare" OR "preventive health care" OR "preventive medicine"[tiab] OR "primary care"[tiab] OR "family practice"[tiab] OR "family physician"[tiab] OR "family physicians"[tiab] OR "general practice"[tiab] OR "general practitioners"[tiab] OR "general practitioner"[tiab] OR generalist*[tiab] OR pediatrics[tiab] OR paediatrics[tiab] OR paediatrician*[tiab] OR pediatrician*[tiab] OR "internal medicine"[tiab] OR internist*[tiab] OR "personal physician"[tiab] OR paediatrics[tiab] OR paediatrician*[tiab] OR pediatrics[tiab] OR pediatrician*[tiab] OR gynaecologist*[tiab] OR gynecologist*[tiab] OR geriatrician*[tiab] OR gerontolog*[tiab] OR obstetric*[tiab] OR "prenatal care"[tiab] OR "perinatal care"[tiab] OR "post-partum care"[tiab] OR "maternal-child care" OR "pediatric nurse"[tiab] OR "paediatric nurse"[tiab] OR "obstetric nurse"[tiab]  OR "geriatric nurse"[tiab] OR "pediatric physician assistant" OR "paediatric physician assistant" OR "obstetric physician assistant" OR "geriatric physician assistant" OR "yearly physical exam" OR "yearly physical examination" OR "routine physical examination" OR "routine physical exam"

non-surgical therapy -- keywords

I usually don't add a treatment concept to keyword searches when I'm trying to retrieve all relevant articles. I just select the treatment-related articles from among those retrieved by my other search concepts. However, today I ran into a search in which the amount of non-treatment related literature was just too overwhelming. So I've started a non-surgical treatment keyword list. Any suggestions for additions are welcome : - ). Of course some of the following are relevant for some searches and not for others. Drug names, drug class names would be needed to in many searches.

(treat OR treats OR treating OR treated OR treatment* OR managed OR manage OR manages OR managing OR management OR care OR caring OR cares OR cared OR "standard of care" OR "standards of care" OR "best practice" OR "best practices" OR "recommended practice" OR "recommended practices" OR therapy OR therapeutic OR therapies OR rehabilitat* OR exercis* OR aerobic OR anaerobic OR diet OR nonpharmacolog* OR non-pharmacolog* OR drug OR drugs OR medication* OR pharmacotherap* OR chemotherap* OR chaemotherap* OR dose OR doses OR dosage* OR administer* OR oral OR nasogastric OR inject* OR intraderm* OR intra-derm* OR subcut* OR intramuscular OR intra-muscular OR infus* OR parenteral OR intraperiton* OR intra-periton* OR intrathecal OR intra-thecal OR epidural OR inhaler* OR intranasal OR intra-nasal OR intraocular OR Intra-ocular OR "care plan" OR "care plans" OR protocol* OR guideline* OR algorithm* OR "standard order" OR "standard orders" OR compliance OR adherence OR noncompliance OR nonadherence OR non-compliance OR non-adherence OR comply OR complied OR complying OR complies OR adhere OR adheres OR adhering OR adhered OR adherent OR compliant OR "support group" OR "support groups" OR appointment* OR visit OR visits OR follow-up OR continuity OR "patient education" )

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Cotard Syndrome -- keywords

The following is an initial stab at this search. Another synonym for the condition is "Walking corpse syndrome." Unfortunatley, "walking corpse" isn't handled as a phrase by PubMed and (walking AND corpse) produces a group of irrelevant results.

cotard*[tiab] OR "delire des negations" OR "delire de negation" OR "delusion of negation" OR "delusions of negation" OR "nihilistic delusion" OR "nihilistic delusions" OR "delusions of nihilism"

adjunct condition/s:
"odysseus syndrome"[tiab] OR "nihilism by proxy"

Monday, June 6, 2011

natural history -- keywords

I've found that articles on the natural history of a disease can be a bit tricky to retrieve.  I have no comprehensive strategy for searching for such articles, but have run across a few useful phrases that are 'found' by PubMed.  If anyone has other useful phrases/terms, I would love to receive them!

"natural history" OR "natural histories" OR "natural course" OR "natural courses" OR "natural progression" OR "typical course" OR "typical courses" OR "typical progression" OR "usual course" OR "usual courses" OR "usual progression" OR "expected course" OR "expected courses" OR "expected progression" OR "expected progressions"

"natural history"[mesh] refers to natural history as a field of study in biology, and, thus, is not useful.  "Disease progression"[mesh] is sometimes useful.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

How often are IV to oral administration changes, recommended as part of a pharmacist-managed program, implemented? --kewords

The strategy below was designed for EBSCOhost databases (PubMed will not handle all of the needed phrases). The strategy was designed to retrieve relatively comprehensive and relatively focused results (not an all out effort to retrieve comprehensive results):

("parenteral to oral" OR "parenteral-to-oral" OR "injectable to oral" OR "injectable-to-oral" OR "IV to oral" OR "intravenous to oral" OR "IV to enteral" OR "intravenous to enteral" OR "IV-to-oral" OR "intravenous-to-oral" OR "IV-to-enteral" OR "intravenous-to-enteral" OR ((inject* OR infusion* OR parenteral OR IV OR intravenous) AND (oral OR enteral OR "p.o.") )) AND (step-down OR "step down" OR stepdown OR conver* OR switch* OR steward*) AND ( pharmacist OR pharmacists ) AND (complian* OR comply* OR complie* OR efficacy OR efficacious OR effective* OR retrospective OR achiev* OR outcome* OR impact* OR evaluat* OR assessment* OR audit* OR accept* OR reject* OR follow* OR declin* OR agree* OR disagree* OR “go along” OR "goes along" OR “went along” OR object OR objects OR objected OR objecting OR refuse OR refuses OR refused OR refusing OR refusal*)

Friday, June 3, 2011

gastric outlet obstruction -- keyword and MeSH

The search strategy below was designed to retrieve records focused on the topic of interest.  

(((stomach*[ti] OR gastric[ti] OR pyloric[ti] OR Pylorus[ti] OR gastroduo*[ti] OR pyloroduoden*[ti] OR gastrojejun*[ti] OR antral[ti] OR antrum[ti]) AND (obstruct*[ti] OR block[ti] OR blocks[ti] OR blocked[ti] OR blocking[ti] OR blockage*[ti] OR stenosis[ti] OR stenoses[ti] OR stenotic[ti] OR stricture*[ti] OR web[ti] OR webs[ti] OR volvul*[ti] OR intussuscept*[ti])) OR "bouveret syndrome"[ti] OR pyloromyotom*[ti] OR pylorostenos*[ti] OR ((pyloric[ti] OR pylorus[ti]) AND myotom*[ti]) ) OR "Gastric Outlet Obstruction"[Mesh]

The title tags would have to be removed to be assured of more comprehensive (less focused) results.


osteonecrosis of the talar navicular bone -- keywords

The following is an initial stab at this search topic.



(( avascular OR ischem* OR ischaem* OR osteonecro* OR necrotic OR necrosis OR necroses OR osteochondrosis OR osteochondroses OR osteochondriti* OR kohler*[tiab] OR koehler*[tiab] OR "Mueller-Weiss" OR "mueller weiss" OR muller-weiss OR "muller weiss" OR bipartite OR bi-partite ) AND navicular*) OR (((osteopathia[tiab] AND deformans[tiab]) OR "kohler's disease" OR "kohler disease" OR "koehler's disease" OR "koehlers disease" OR "mueller weiss syndrome" OR "mueller-weiss syndrome" OR "muller-weiss syndrome" OR "muller weiss syndrome" OR "Brailsford's disease") AND (tarsal OR foot OR feet OR ankle OR navicular*))






The following multi-word phrases were not found by PubMed and caused retrieval of irrelevant results:



"brailsfords disease" OR "brailsford disease"

Friday, May 27, 2011

A note to blog followers from Cindy Schmidt

Many thanks to those of you who've taken the time to send me new search strategies and notes about needed corrections and revisions in the posted search strategies. I appreciate your input.  Please do feel free to contact me with corrections, suggestions for search revisions, etc. I know I make mistakes/oversights/etc. and like to have the opprotunity to correct them.  My e-mail etc. can be found at http://www.unmc.edu/library/facstaff.htm

You have probably noticed that I post a lot of search strategies during the months of April and May. Some of these are strategies I've composed for use in correcting student searches. They may include terms that I would not include when composing searches solely for my own or my patrons' use.  For instance, I often include foreign generic names that would be retrieved by a truncated term that is also present in the search statement.  Some of the other searches I post are strategies generated in part by pharmacy students taking required drug information/literature evaluation courses. Our pharmacy students are required to write a systematic review during the course of their education and I teach the search skills needed to produce such a review.  Any student strategies I post are essentially authored/co-authored by me as I  know which terms I want the students to include before the course starts, I tell the students where to find the needed terms, how to compose the strategies, and then correct the strategies again, and again, and again until the students submit strategies that are very nearly the strategies I wanted to see before the course began.  That said, these strategies are not always the exact strategies I would generate if I was starting from scratch.  Still, I've put a lot of work into them and don't want to have to start from scratch if faced with the same topic in the future -- so I post them on the blog.  Your suggestions for revision are, of course, welcome! 

Some drug strategies have only been checked against the drug names listed in Martindale's: The Complete Drug Reference (MICROMEDEX). You may find additional drug names in the MeSH databases "entry term" list or in DrugDex. If you happen to find that I've missed terms listed in any of these sources or any other sources and if you have time, please do let me know.  Again, you can find my e-mail address and other contact info at:
http://www.unmc.edu/library/facstaff.htm

sleep apnea -- for OVID MEDLINE

This sleep apnea strategy was created for OVID MEDLINE by Marina Englesakis, BA(Hons), MLIS. She agreed to let me post it here for the benefit of blog followers who have access to databases that allow adjacency searching and phrase truncation. Marina notes that there is some duplication of terms. I'm guessing that the client just wanted the coverage of certain terms to be very explicit/clear.

1. exp sleep apnea, obstructive/
2. obesity hypoventilation syndrome/
3. (obstruct* adj2 sleep apne*).mp.
4. (obstruct* adj2 sleep apnoe*).mp.
5. (upper airway resistan* adj2 sleep apne*).mp.
6. (upper airway resistan* adj2 sleep apnoe*).mp.
7. (upper airway resistan* adj2 syndrom*).mp.
8. obes* hypoventil* syndrome?.mp.
9. (obes* hypoventil* adj2 apne*?).mp.
10. (obes* hypoventil* adj2 apnoe*?).mp.
11. (pickwick* adj1 syndrom*).mp.
12. (obstruct* adj2 hypopnea*).mp.
13. (obstruct* adj2 hypopnoea*).mp.
14. (obstruct* adj2 hypoapnea*).mp.
15. (obstruct* adj2 hypoapnoea*).mp.
16. (obstruct* adj2 hypo-apnea*).mp.
17. (obstruct* adj2 hypo-apnoea*).mp.
18. (sleep disorder* adj1 breathing).mp.
19. (sleep adj2 respirat* disorder*).mp.
20. (sleep related respira* adj1 disorder*).mp.
21. osa.tw.
22. osas.tw.
23. osahs.tw.
24. (cheyne-stokes adj1 breath*).mp.
25. (cheyne-stokes adj1 respirat*).mp.
26. (hypersomni* adj2 periodic respirat*).mp.
27. (hypersomni* adj2 periodic breath*).mp.
28. (mixed adj2 apnea*).mp.
29. (mixed adj2 apnoea*).mp.
30. exp Sleep Apnea Syndromes/
31. Cheyne-Stokes Respiration/
32. apneic-hypopneic*.mp.
33. apnoeic-hypopnoeic*.mp.
34. (nocturnal adj2 hypoventilation).mp.
35. (sleep disorder* adj1 respirat*).mp.
36. (nocturnal adj2 hypoxemia).mp.
37. apneic.mp.
38. apnoeic.mp.
39. hyponeic.mp.
40. hyponoeic.mp.

TKO vs. Locked IVs -- keywords

This is a first stab at a search attempting to compare the stability/etc. of locked IVs to that of TKO IVs. I'm posting it here because it took a long time to get this far and I don't want to have to start over if asked for the same search again in a couple years.

("continuous infusion" OR "constant infusion" OR "keep open" OR "keep-open" ) AND ( lock OR locks OR locked OR locking OR ((occasional OR intermittent OR regular) AND ( flush OR flushes OR flushing)))

Thursday, May 26, 2011

joint disease -- keywords

(Arthralgi* OR Arthriti* OR “joint disease” OR “joint diseases” OR ((Joint OR joints OR jaw OR jaws OR temporomandibular OR TMJ OR shoulder* OR glenohumeral OR hip OR hips OR acetabul* OR knee OR knees OR ankle OR ankles OR wrist OR wrists OR metacarpal-phalangeal OR metacarpophalangeal OR metatarsal-phalangeal OR metatarso-phalangeal OR inter-phalangeal OR interphalangeal OR cartilag* OR synovial OR synovium) AND (Pain OR painful OR pains OR ache OR aches OR aching OR ached OR achy OR inflamed OR inflammation OR anti-inflammatory OR analgesi* OR analgaesi* OR edema OR oedema* OR edematous OR destruction OR destroy* OR antiedem* OR antioedem* OR anti-edem* OR anti-oedem* OR hyperalges* OR nocicept* OR allodyni* OR stiff OR stiffness OR lupus OR sarcoid* OR henoch-schonlein OR "henoch schonlein" OR haemochromatosis OR hemochromatosis OR wegener*[tiab] OR scleroderm* OR dermatomyosit* OR polymyosit* OR lyme[tiab] OR "mediterranean fever" OR hyperimmunoblobulinemi* OR "periodic syndrome" OR crohn*[tiab] OR "ulcerative colitis")) OR monoarthralgi* OR Monoarthriti* OR monoarticular OR pseudogout OR polyarthralgi* OR Polyarthriti* OR polyarticular OR “calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease” OR CPPD OR C.P.P.D. OR Tenosynoviti* OR Synoviti* OR Capsuliti* OR “Charcot joint” OR “Charcot joints” OR Rheumatoid OR “Felty's Syndrome” OR “Felty Syndrome” OR “Still's Disease” OR “Still Disease” OR Chondrocalcinosis OR Gout OR Gouty OR Osteoarthriti* OR Periarthriti* OR Rheumatic OR “Wissler's Syndrome” OR “Wissler Syndrome” OR Spondylarthriti* OR Spondylarthropath* OR Spondyloarthriti* OR Spondyloarthropath*)

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Cyclobenzaprine (therapeutic use) -- keywords and MeSH

Keywords:
(Cyclobenzaprin* OR Ciclobenzaprina OR Cyclobenzaprine OR Cyclobenzaprini OR Proheptatriene OR MK-130 OR “MK 130” OR MK130 OR Ro41557 OR RP9715 OR Amrix OR Ciclamil OR Dorixina or Fexmid OR Flexeril OR Flexiban OR Flexin OR Flexitec OR Iphsaflex OR Masterelax OR Medarex OR Miosan OR Mirtax OR Musculare OR Nostaden OR Reflexan OR Relexil OR Tensamon OR Tensiomax OR Tensodox OR Tonalgen OR Yuredol OR Yurelax OR Ziclob)

The following hyphenated and multi-word terms have been removed from the search statement as they were not recognized by PubMed and caused retrieval of irrelevant results.

Ro-4-1557
Ro41557
RP-9715
Novo-Cycloprine
"Ro 4 1557"
"RP 9715"
"Dolamin Flex"

MeSH:
"cyclobenzaprine "[Substance Name] AND "Amitriptyline/therapeutic use"[Mesh]

Lisinopril -- keywords and MeSH

("Lisinopril"[Mesh] OR Acecomb OR Acemin OR Acepril OR Acerbon OR Acercomp OR Acerdil OR Acerilin OR Acetan OR Adicanil OR Alapril OR Alfaken OR Amesos OR Axelvin OR Bellisin OR Belprel OR Benzin[tiab] OR Biopril OR ByZestra OR Carace OR Carace Plus OR Caralpha OR Cardiostad OR Cipril OR Conpres OR Coric[tiab] OR Corprilin OR Corpriretic OR Cotensil OR Dapril OR Dironorm OR Diroton OR Doneka OR Dosteril OR Doxapril OR Ecamais OR Ecapril OR Ekvator OR Farpresse OR Fersivag OR Fibsol OR Gnostoval OR Hyperliz OR Hypomed OR Icoran OR Inhitril OR Interpril OR Iricil OR Irumed OR Iruzid OR Lanatin OR Landolaxin OR Leruze OR Lestace OR Likenil OR Linopril OR Linoril OR Linospril OR Linoxal OR Linvas OR Liprace OR Liprazid OR Lipreren OR Lipribela OR Lipril OR Lisdene OR Lisi[tiab] OR Lisibeta OR Lisicostad OR Lisidigal OR Lisidoc OR Lisigamma OR Lisihexal OR Lisilet OR Lisiletic OR Lisinal OR Lisinobell OR Lisinocomp OR Lisinogen OR Lisinol OR Lisinoplus OR Lisinoratio OR Lisinoretic OR Lisinospes OR Lisinostad OR Lisinoton OR Lisinotyrol OR Lisiplus OR Lisipril OR Lisiprol OR Lisir OR Lisitril OR Lisoclor OR Lisodinol OR Lisodur OR Lisodura OR Lisonorm OR Lisonotec OR Lisoplus OR Lisopress OR Lisopril OR Lisoretic OR Lisozide OR Lispril OR Listril OR Liten[tiab] OR Longes OR Lonipril OR Lopril OR Nafordyl OR Nalapres OR Noperten OR Nopril OR Noril OR Normopril OR Novatec OR Novatec OR Novazyd OR Novral OR Odace OR Perenal OR Presokin OR Pressamea OR Pressuril OR Prilcor OR Prilosin OR Prinil OR Prinivil OR Prinzide OR Ranopril OR Rantex OR Renotens OR Rilace OR Secubar OR Sinopren OR Sinorezid OR Tensinop OR Tiazinol OR Tonotensil OR Vercol OR Vivatec OR Zesger OR Zestoretic[tiab] OR Zestozide OR Zestril OR Zinopril OR Lisoril OR mealis OR priniser OR prinopril OR sinopril OR sinopry OR sinoretick OR tensikey OR terolinal OR tersif OR thriusedon OR tivirion OR tobicor OR tonoten OR vasojet OR veroxil OR vitopril OR zemax OR zeprosil OR zestan OR zestomax OR zeprosil OR lisinopri* OR Lizinopril OR Lizinoprilis OR L154826 OR MK-521 OR "MK 521" OR MK521)

Unrecognized Names the following terms were not recognized by PubMed, caused retrieval of irrelevant results, and so were removed from the search strategy."
"Amlopres L"
Acerdil-D
Co-Acetan
Biopril-AM
Acerdil-D
"L 154826"
"Diace Co"
"Calchek L"
Acerdil-D
Adco-Zetomax
Amlosafe-LS
Biopril-AM
Cipril-H
Co-Hypomed
Co-Lisinopril
Co-Lisinostad
Hexal-Lisinopril
Hypril-A
Lisi-Puren
Lisoril-5HT
Lispril-hydrochlorothiazide
Lonipril-H
Neocard-Lis
Z-Bec
merck-co-lisinopril
press-12
L-154826
"Acelisino comp"
"Cardiostad Comp"
"Lipribela plus H"
"Lisaril Comp"
"Lisibeta comp"
"Lisidigal HCT"
"Lisigamma HCT"
"Lisihexal comb"
"Lisi Lich"
"LisiLich comp"
"Lisipril Comp"
"Lisi-Puren comp"
"Lisodura plus"
"Lopril H"
"L 154826"

Revised based on suggestions from blog followers. Thanks!

acne -- keywords

(acne OR comedo* OR microcomedo* OR ((skin OR cutis OR cutaneous OR follicular) AND (inflammatory OR inflammation OR inflamed)) OR folliculitis OR folliculitides OR folliculitic OR acneiform)

trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole -- keywords and MeSH

("Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole Combination"[Mesh] OR Co-trimoxazol* OR Cotrimoxazol* OR Abacin OR Abactrim OR Acuco OR Adrenol OR Agoprim OR Agsulfa OR Andoprim OR Anitrim OR Antrimox OR Arcanaprim OR Assepium OR Azosulfin OR Babytrim OR Bacfar OR Bacgen OR Bacidal OR Bacin OR Bacpiryl OR Bacprotin OR Bacris OR Bacta OR Bactekod OR Bactelan OR Bacteracin OR Bacteric OR Bacterol OR Bacticel OR Bactide OR Bactifor OR Bactilen OR Bactille OR Bactin OR Bactiver OR Bactoprim OR Bactopumon OR Bactoreduct OR Bactox OR Balsamico OR Bactramin OR Bactren OR Bactrex OR Bactricid OR Bactricin OR Bactrim* OR Bactrinol OR Bactrisan OR Bactrizol OR Bactron OR Bactropin OR Bacxal OR Baczole OR Baklinger OR Baktar OR Bakton OR Balsandin OR Balsiprin OR Balsoprim OR Bantizol OR Baserin OR Bateral OR Batrizol OR Batrox OR Baxapril OR Becaltrin OR Belfactrin OR Bencole OR Benectrin OR Berlocid OR Binoctrin OR Bioprim OR Biosulten OR Biseptol OR Bismoral OR Bisultrim OR Blaxezan OR Blexon OR Bridotrim OR Briscotrim OR Brogamax OR Broncomega OR Broncorema OR Broncovir OR Brongenit OR Bronquibys OR Bronquicisteina OR Bronquimar OR Bronquimucil[tiab] OR Bronquium OR Busetal OR Casicot OR Chemitrim OR Chemix OR Chemoprim OR Chemotrim OR Ciplin OR Clorcetamol OR Clotrizol OR Cocydal OR Colizole OR Comix OR Cotamox OR Cotrazol OR Cotribene OR Cotrim*[tiab] OR Co-Trimexazole OR Cotripharm OR Cotristad OR Cotrivan OR Cotriver OR Co-tromoxazole OR Cozole OR Cozole OR CTR OR Danferane OR Dertrin OR Dhatrin OR Diazol OR Dibaprim OR Dientrin OR Diocla OR Diseptyl OR Dispeptrin OR Doctrim OR Doctrimox OR Dotrim OR Drilozole OR Drylin OR Dumotrim OR Duobact OR Duobiocin OR Duoctrin OR Duotrim OR duratrimet OR Durobac OR Dynazole OR Ectaprim OR Ectrin OR Eduprim OR Embatrim OR Entercal OR Enterobacticel OR Enterone OR Epahol OR Erphatrim OR Escoprim OR Espectrin OR Espectroprima OR Esteprim OR Eusaprim OR Eutrim OR Fabubac OR Fartropin OR Fectri OR Fectrim OR Fedimed OR Forcrim OR Forteprim OR Frocimole OR Gamactrin OR Gantaprim OR Gantrim OR Globaxol OR Groprim OR Groseptol OR Guayaprin OR Helveprim OR Heractrin OR Hulin OR Ibtrim OR Ikaprim OR Imexim OR imuneprim OR Infatrim OR Infecteracin OR Infectrin OR Introcin OR isobac OR Isotrim OR Ivatrim OR Ixazotrim OR Jenamoxazol OR Kaftrim OR Kaltrim OR Kassemox OR Kathrex OR Katrim OR Kemoprim OR Kepinol OR Ladar OR Lagatrim OR Lapikot OR Laratrim OR Lastrim OR Leotrim OR Letus OR Libetusin OR Licoprima OR Lictora OR Lidaprim[tiab] OR Lifactrin OR Linaris OR Linurin OR Lotusix OR Lupectrim OR Macromed OR Maxitrin OR Medcotrim OR Mediprim OR Meditrim OR Medixin[tiab] OR Mefloxine OR Meprotrin OR Metomide OR Metoprim OR Metoprin OR Metoxiprim OR Metrim OR Metxaprim OR Mezenol OR Mezine OR Microbac OR Microbactim OR Microcetim OR Microtrim OR Mictrex OR Mikrosid OR Mixange OR Momentol OR Moxadden OR Moxzole OR Mycosamthong OR Neofatrim OR Neotrim OR Neotrin OR Netocur OR Neumobacticel OR Neumopectolina OR Neumotrim OR Nopil OR Norisep OR Novidrine OR Nufaprim OR Octex OR Octiban OR Odisulfan OR Oecotrim OR Omsat OR Onetrim OR Oprizole OR Oradin OR Ottoprim OR Oxaprim OR Pantrim OR Partrim OR Patartim OR Pectocolbiotic OR Pediatrim OR Pehatrim OR Pharmaprim OR Pisatrina OR Polibatrin OR Pribac OR Primadex OR Primazole OR Primotren OR Primsulfon OR Prizogen OR Procor OR Protaxol OR Protrim OR Protrin OR Pulkrin OR Pulmosterin Duo OR Pulmotrim OR Pulvicin OR Purbac OR Qiftrin OR Rancotrim OR Renatrim OR Resprim OR Rimezone OR Rotrace OR Roubac OR Roytrin OR Sadocin OR Salvatrim OR Sanprima OR Santafurin OR Scribcin OR Sedactrim OR Selectrim OR Selectrin OR Sepmax OR Septiolan OR Septol OR Septoprin OR Septra OR Septran OR Septrin OR Servitrim OR Servitrim OR Sigaprim OR Silpin OR SMZ-TMP OR Solfoton OR Soltrim OR Soluseptol OR Spectrem OR Spectrim OR Steroprim OR Sulbacta OR Sulfacet OR Sulfagrand OR Sulfamethoprim OR Sulfaprim OR Sulfatrex OR Sulfatrim OR Sulfawal OR Sulfometh OR Sulfort OR Sulfotrim OR Sulfotrimin OR Sulmen OR Sulprim OR Sultiprim OR Sultral OR Sultrimmix OR Sumetrolim OR Sumetrolim OR Sunicol OR Suntrim OR Supracombin OR Suprex OR Suprim OR Suprin OR Supristol OR Suss OR Sutrim OR Syltrifil OR Syndal OR Synermed OR Syraprim OR Tabrol OR Tactrim OR Tampo[tiab] OR Teutrin OR thiocuran OR Thoxaprim OR Thriazol OR Timizol OR TMS OR Toose OR Toprim OR Tosdetan OR Traquivan OR Trelibec OR Tresium OR Trib OR Tribakin OR Tricban OR Tri-Co OR Tricomed OR Tricomox OR Trifatrim OR Trifen OR Triforam OR Trigonyl OR Trilogan OR Trimaxazole OR Trime/Sulfa OR Trimecor OR Trimel[tiab] OR Trimephar OR Trimesul OR Trimesuxol OR Trimetazole OR Trimethox OR Trimetoger OR Trimetox[tiab] OR Trimetrin OR Trimexazol* OR Trimexole OR Trimezol* OR Triminex OR Trimitrix OR Trimocom OR Trimoks OR Trimol OR Trimox[tiab] OR Trimoxazole OR Trimoxis OR Trimoxol OR Trimoxsul OR Trimoxzol OR Trim-S OR Trimzol OR Trimzol OR Trinelax OR Triphimox OR Triprim OR Tripur OR Trisazol OR Trisufin OR Trisul OR Trisulfa OR Trisulfose OR Tritenk OR Trixzol OR Trixzol OR Trizole OR Troxazole OR Ulfaprim OR Ultrasept OR Ultrazole OR Urizal OR Urobactrex OR Urobioctrin OR Uroctrim OR Urofar OR Uroneotrim OR Uroplus OR Uropol OR Uroxazol OR Utrim OR Vanadyl[tiab] OR Virin OR Vitavox OR Wiatrim OR Xanazole OR Xepaprim OR Xerazole OR Xeroprim OR Ylestrom OR Zamboprim OR Zaprin OR Zoleprim OR Zolmed OR Zoltrim OR Zultrop OR ( (Aubril OR Balin OR Berlocombin[tiab] OR Coptin OR Ditrim[tiab] OR D-Med OR Kelfiprim[tiab] OR Kombinax OR Lidaprim[tiab] OR Monotrim OR Polytrim OR Potesept[tiab] OR Proloprim[tiab] OR Rifaprim[tiab] OR Soltrim OR Sulfatrim OR TMP OR Trentina OR Triglobe[tiab] OR Trimanyl[tiab] OR Trimed OR Trimetin[tiab] OR Trimex OR Triprim OR Trizine OR Trimethoprim OR Triméthoprime OR Trimethoprimum OR Trimetopriimi OR Trimetoprim OR Trimetoprima OR Abaprim OR Alprim OR Alprimol OR Beaglobe OR Idotrim OR InfectoTrimet OR Ipral OR Lidatrim OR Maderan OR Monoprim OR Neoftalm OR Neolag OR Oftalmotrim OR Otix OR Pertrim OR Primoptic OR Primosept OR Purium OR Ritroprim OR Syraprim OR Tediprima OR Tiempe OR Trimesan OR Trimethop OR Trimogal OR Trimol OR Trimono OR Trimopan OR Trimoptin OR Trisulprim OR Uretrim OR Urotrim OR Utisept OR Velaten OR Wellcoprim OR Ximeprim OR 106568 OR NSC106568 OR Trimethoxyprim OR Trimetoprimas) AND (Ro-4-2130 OR Sulfamethoxazol OR Sulfaméthoxazole OR Sulfamethoxazolum OR Sulfametoksazol OR Sulfametoxazol OR Sulfisomezole OR Sulphamethoxazole OR Szulfametoxazol Or Gantanol OR Sulfamethoxazole OR Ro42130 OR Sulfametoksatsoli OR Sulfametoksazolas OR Pyramet) ) )

pioglitazone (therpeutic use) -- keywords and MeSH

Keywords:
(Pioglit* OR AD-4833 OR AD4833 OR "AD 4833" OR U-72107A OR U72107A OR U72107E OR Actoplus OR Actos OR Cereluc OR Competact OR Deculin OR Diabamet OR Diabestat OR Diabetone OR Diaglit OR Dropia OR Duetact OR Exermet OR Glifix OR Glita OR Glizone OR Glubrava OR Glucozone OR Glustin OR G-Tase OR GTase[tiab] OR "G Tase" OR Higlucem OR Insulact OR Nilgar OR Opam OR Pepar OR PGlitz OR Pioglar OR Piogtan OR Piomed OR Piondia OR Pionix OR Piosafe OR Piotamax OR Pioz* OR Prialta OR Tandemact OR Tiazac[tiab] OR Utmos OR Zactos OR Zolid OR Zypi)

The following hyphenated term and multi‐word, quoted phrase were not recognized by PubMed and were removed from the search statement to avoid retrieval of irrelevant results:

"U 72107A" , "U 72107E" , "P Glitz" , P-Glitz , U-72107E

MeSH:
"pioglitazone "[Substance Name] AND "Thiazolidinediones/therapeutic use"[Mesh]

Varenicline (therapeutic use) -- Keywords and MeSH

keywords:
(Vareniclin* OR Vareniclene OR Champix OR Chantix OR CP52655518)

The following multiword and hyphenated investigational names were not found by PubMed and were removed to avoid retrieval of irrelevant results:
“CP 526555 18” OR CP-526555-18

MeSH:
"varenicline "[Substance Name] AND ("Benzazepines/therapeutic use"[Mesh] OR "Quinoxalines/therapeutic use"[Mesh])

hallucinations -- keywords and MeSH

("Hallucinations"[MeSH] OR hallucinate OR hallucinated OR hallucinating OR hallucinates OR hallucination* OR hallucinogen* OR hypnagogic OR flashback* OR delirium OR confusion* OR (percept* AND disorder*))

Consider ORing in
"Delirium"[MeSH]

oseltamivir -- keywords and MeSH

("Oseltamivir"[MeSH] OR Oseltamivi* OR "GS 4104" OR GS4104* OR GS-4104* OR "GS 4071" OR GS4071 OR GS-4071 OR Ro640796* OR Agucort* OR Fluhalt* OR “GPOAFlu” OR Rimivat* OR Tamiflu OR Virobin* )

The following hyphenated and/or multi-word phrases were removed from the search statement as they were not found by PubMed and could cause retrieval of irrelevant results:
GPO-A-Flu OR “GPO A Flu” OR “GS 4104/002” OR Ro-64-0796/002

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Cephalexin -- keywords and MeSH

(“Cephalexin”[Mesh] OR Cephalexin* OR 66873 OR LY061188 OR cefaleks* OR cefalex* OR kefaleks* OR Sefaleks* OR Abiocef OR Acacin OR Airex OR Alexin OR Ancetev OR Anxer OR ApoCepalex OR Arlexen OR Bacilexin OR Bandax OR Beliam OR Benlexin OR Betacef OR Betaspore OR Bidocef OR Biocef OR Bioporina OR Bioscefal OR Bloflex OR Butefina OR Caceff OR Canelin OR Capxin OR Cefaben OR Cefabiotic OR Cefabroxil OR Cefacapxin OR Cefacet OR Cefacin OR Cefaclen OR Cefacure OR Cefadina OR Cefadros OR Cefagel OR Cefagon OR Cefagran OR Cefagrand OR CefalehIna OR Cefalen OR Cefalexan OR Cefalexgobens OR Cefalexi OR Cefalin OR Cefalival OR Cefaloga OR Cefalorex OR Cefalver OR Cefamiso OR Cefanal OR Cefanex OR Cefaporex OR Cefapoten OR Cefarinol OR Cefasporina OR Cefax OR Cefaxon OR Ceferran OR Cefexin OR Cefexina OR Cefibacter OR Ceflax OR Ceflexin OR Ceflin OR Cefmix OR Ceforal OR Cefosporen OR Cefovit OR Cefrin OR Cefxin OR Celen OR Celex OR Celexin OR Celinax OR Cendalex OR Cepexin OR Cephadex OR CephadexLB OR Cephalen OR Cephalex OR Cephalexyl OR Cephalobene OR Cephanmycin OR Cephaxin OR Cephin OR Cephin OR Cepobrom OR Ceporex OR Ceporexin OR Ceporexine OR Cerexin[tiab] OR Cilex OR Cilicef OR Civalex OR Clephin OR Coliceflor OR Defaxina OR Difalex OR Domucef OR Edexin OR Efemida OR Eliphorin OR Erifalecin OR Exel OR Fablex OR Fabotop OR Falex OR Falexin OR Falexol OR Falteria OR Farmalex OR Felexin OR Fergon[tiab] OR Fexin OR Fleximin OR Flextinol OR Foce OR Forexine OR Fosfolexin OR Halcepin OR Ialex OR Ibilex OR Infexin OR Ivynall OR Janocilin OR Karilexina OR Kefalex OR Kefalexin OR Kefalospes OR Kefaxin OR Keflaxina OR Keflet OR Keflex OR Keflogen OR Kekrinal OR Kiflexin OR Kiflone OR Kufaprim OR Lafarin OR Lafexina OR Larixin OR Lars[tiab] OR Latoral OR Lenocef OR Lensafrend OR Lerporina OR Lewimycin OR Lexibiotico OR Lexin OR Lexincef OR Lexum OR Libesporal OR Lifalexin OR Lonarel OR Lorbicefax OR Lorexina OR Lyceplix OR Madexin OR Madlexin OR Maksipor OR Medalexine OR Medilexin OR Medolexin OR Medoxine OR MetaK OR Montralex OR Mucobiotina OR Mucocef OR Mycef OR Nafacil OR Naxifelar OR Nefadon OR OR NeoCeflex OR Neoceflex OR Neolecsin OR Neolexin OR Neptolin OR Nerfalex OR NixelafC OR Novalexin OR NovoLexin OR NuCephalex OR Nufex OR Nylichlor OR Oneflex OR Optocef OR OraC OR Oracef OR Orakef OR Ospexin OR Paferxin OR Pectorina OR Pediaflex OR Permvastat OR Phexin OR Pondnacef OR Pralexin OR Primacef OR PrindexMucolitico OR Profalexina OR Pyassan OR Quimosporina OR Rancef OR Ranceph OR Refex OR Respinal OR Rofex OR Rombox OR Sanaxin OR Sanibiotic OR Sef OR Sefasin OR Selzef OR Sepexin OR Septilisin OR Servicef OR Servispor OR Sialexin OR Sinthecillin OR Sintolexyn OR Sofaxin OR Sofilex OR Solulexin OR Sorlex OR Sporahexal OR Sporicef OR Sporidex OR Sporidin OR Sporol OR Stricef OR Sulquipen OR Suphalex OR Syntolexin OR Talinsul OR Tepaxin OR Theralexin OR Todexin OR Toflex OR Torlasporin OR Trexina OR Triblix OR Tricylamil OR Ulflex OR Ultralexin OR Uphalexin OR Valesporin OR Valflex OR Vataceph OR Velexina OR Xeface OR Xinflex OR Zabytrex OR Zartan OR Zepharyl OR Zeplex OR Zeporin OR Zepotex OR Zetacef OR Zexanta OR Zinace OR Zucoflaxin OR Cefalexini OR Keftab)

The following hyphenated term and multi‐word, quoted phrase were not recognized by PubMed and were removed from the search statement to avoid retrieval of irrelevant results:
Apo-Cepalex
Cefaleh-Ina
Cefaxon-Ceferran
Cephadex-LB
Meta-K
Neo-Ceflex
Nixelaf-C
Novo-Lexin
Nu-Cephalex
Ora-C
Prindex-Mucolitico
LY-061188
"LY 061188"
"Apo Cepalex"
"Cefaleh Ina"
"Cefalexin Capsules BP 2010"
"Cefaxon Ceferran"
"Cephadex LB"
"Meta K"
"Neo Ceflex"
"Nixelaf C"
"NovoLexin"
"Nu Cephalex"
"Ora C"
“Prindex Mucolitico"

ciprofloxacin HCl -- keywords and MeSH

( “Ciprofloxacin”[MeSH] OR Cipro* OR Ciprofloxacin OR Afenoxin OR Agyr OR Argeflox OR Bacproin OR Bactiflox OR Bactiprox OR Bactoflox OR Bactoquin OR Balepton OR Baquinor OR Baycip OR Belmacina OR Biamotil OR Biocip OR Biocipro OR Biofloxcin OR Bivorilan OR Brelcip OR Carmicina OR Catex OR Ceprimax OR Cetraxal OR Ciclodin OR Cidrolex OR Cidrops OR Cidroxal OR Cifin OR Ciflan OR Ciflex OR Ciflo* OR Cifox OR Cifran OR Cilodex OR Ciloquin OR Cilox* OR Cimogal OR Cinfloxine OR Cinoflax OR Ciphin OR Cipide OR Ciplox OR Ciploxx OR Cipmax OR Cipobacter OR Ciprain OR Ciprasid OR Ciprec OR Ciprex OR Ciprine OR Ciprinol OR Ciprix OR Ciprum OR Ciriax OR Cirok OR Ciroxin OR Citrovenot OR Cobay OR Colintil OR Coroflox OR Cunesin OR Cycin OR Cydonin OR Cyfloxin OR Cylocort OR Dinaflox OR Disfabac OR Doriman OR Droll OR Ductocina OR Duflomex OR Edestis OR Enoxin[tiab] OR Eoxin OR Estecina OR Exertial OR Felixene OR Flociprin OR Floksid OR Flontalexin OR Floraxina OR Floroc OR Flosicron OR Flovin OR Floxager OR Floxantina OR Floxitul OR Floxzu OR Forterra OR Fotamicin OR Ginorectol OR Globuce OR Glossyfin OR Huberdoxina OR Ificipro OR Inkamil OR Inoxzel OR Iprolan OR Ipromax OR ISINO OR Italnik OR Keciflox OR Keefloxin OR Kenzoflex OR Kifarox OR Kinoves OR Labentrol OR Ladinin OR Laitun OR Lemyflox OR Limox OR Lisipin OR Loxasid OR Maxiflox OR Mediflox OR Medociprin OR Megaflox OR Mensipox OR Microflox OR Microrgan OR Microsulf OR Mitroken OR Nafloxin OR Nexproxyn OR Nivoflox OR Nixin OR Novidat OR Novoquin OR Numen[tiab] OR Oflobay OR Oflono OR Ofoxin OR Oftacilox OR Oftaciprox OR Optaflox OR Opthaflox OR Orpic OR Otanol OR Otociprin OR Otociriax OR Otosat OR Oxtin OR Patox OR Pharcina OR Piprol OR Plenolyt OR Principrox OR Probact OR Prociflor OR Procin OR Proflox[tiab] OR Profloxin OR Profluxol OR Proquin OR Proseloc OR Provay OR Proxacin OR Proxazin OR Proxco OR Proxidin OR Proxivex OR Prozin OR Qinosyn OR Quidex OR Quiflox OR Quinobiotic OR Quinocort OR Quinoflox OR Quinoryl OR Quinotic OR Quinox OR Quintor OR Quiprime OR Quipro OR Quisegen OR Rancif OR Ravalton OR Remena OR Revion OR Revionorm OR Rexfobys OR Rexner OR Rigoran OR Rindoflox OR Roflazin OR Roxin OR Samper OR Sancipro OR Sarf OR Sepcen OR Septicide OR Septocipro OR Serviflox OR Sibunar OR Sifloks OR Siflox OR Sigmacip OR Siprion OR Siprobel OR Siprogut OR Siprosan OR Sodrimax OR Sophixin OR Strox OR Suiflox OR Superspor OR Synalotic OR Tequinol OR Tigina OR Topistin OR Trigen OR Truoxin OR Tulipt OR Ufexil OR Ultraflox OR Ultramicina OR Uniflox OR Urodixin OR Uroxin[tiab] OR Utahzone OR Uticin OR Vegarex OR Velmonit OR Vidintal OR Vioquin OR Vistaflox OR Xenoflox OR Xipro OR Xorpic OR Zalvos OR Zipra OR Ziprocap OR Zyflox)