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Terminology

Chap12 vocab

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Primary Literature original reports of clinical trials, research, and case studies, use this for the most up to date info
Secondary Literature General reference works based on primary literature sources, use this to find primary literature
Tertiary Literature condensed works based on primary literatures (textbooks); use this to find background/summary info
Abstracting Services services that summarize info from various primary sources for quick reference
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) a federal law created to protect the privacy of patient health records.
Off-Label indication a use of a medication for an indication not approved by the FDA
"Orange Book" the common name for the FDA's approved drug products with therapeutic equivalence
Browser a software program that allows users to view websites on the world wide web
Internet Service Provider (ISP) a company that provides access to the internet
Search Engine software that searches the web for info related to criteria entered by the user
Uniform Resource Locator (URL) web address
World Wide Web (WWW) collection of electronic documents at addresses called websites
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