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How It Works? This page automatically searches most recent articles of some prestigious Emergency Medicine journals, gather their related topics, and shows a visual depiction of them attached to related PubMed content, using different font sizes to represent the frequency of the tags depicted. The frequency of topics also shown in parentheses just after the topics.

Sweet! But Which Journals? Currently searches these journals: Annals of Emergency Medicine, Turkish Journal of Emergency Medicine, Academic Emergency Medicine, The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, The New England Journal of Medicine, Resuscitation, Emergency Medicine Journal, Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine.

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By ─░brahim Sarbay, MD