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Use the various search pages to create specific types of searches, including a PICO framework formatted search (PICO), a search for pharmacovigilance literature (PV Wizard), or searches for specific types of drug research (Drug), disease state literature (Disease), or medical devices (Device). You can also create searches for a specific citation (Article) or by a certain author (Authors) and run other complex searches on the advanced search page (Advanced).
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Access the Emtree thesaurus of subject headings (similar to MeSH in PubMed), in the top menu on the search and results page in Embase, to look up terms for subject headings to make your searches more precise.
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